Charlie Sheen Loses Twice; Tyler Perry Says Spike Lee Can Go to Hell; Russell Brand Grabs a Piece of Katy Perry
04.20.11 by reelz
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Charlie Sheen lost his battle to get full custody of his twin boys, meaning the arrangement worked out with ex-wife Brooke Mueller last month will stand. Surprisingly, judge Hank Goldberg ruled against Sheen's claim because of his substance abuse and that he bragged about it, not because he wanted to take 2-year-old Bob and Max on his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour.
Speaking of the tour, Sheen jetted to D.C. after his L.A. court appearance and bombed again, with the drunk crowd catcalling Charlie and filing out early, though one couple that stuck it out was White House party crashers Michaele and Tareq Salahi.
A year after Spike Lee called Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns and House of Payne "coonery" and "buffoonery," Perry is still not over it, telling Box Office Magazine, "I'm so sick of hearing about damn Spike Lee. Spike can go straight to hell!" Perry's latest movie, Madea's Big Happy Family, opens on Friday.
Fast Five, starring Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson, doesn't even open until Friday and Universal has already confirmed plans to make Fast Six.
YouTube sensation Rebecca Black is under police protection after receiving death threats over her hit song "Friday," called "the worst song ever" by critics. Anaheim, California police spokesperson Rick Martinez says, "The threats were releated to getting the music off the Internet or they would kill her."
Comedian/actor Russell Brand got cheeky at the Arthur red carpet premiere in London, grabbing a handful of wife Katy Perry's bum.
Speculation that Prince William and Kate Middleton are heading somewhere hot for their honeymoon was fueled yesterday as Kate got into four surprisingly affordable floral and tropical print dresses.
The cast of Happy Days is suing CBS for $10M for not paying them their fair share of home video releases and licensed merchandise. Not party to the suit are Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard) and The Fonz (Henry Winkler), who presumably have been paid in full.