Charlie Sheen Admits to Losing; Prince William Earns RAF Advancement; Mark-Paul Gosselaar Disses Zack Morris
06.07.12 by Mandy
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Charlie Sheen is on the cover of the new Rolling Stone, and it sounds like he has a more solid relationship with reality than he did a year or so ago. He admits he had been in denial, saying "clearly, a guy gets fired, his relationships are in the toilet, he's off on some f--ing tour, there's nothing 'winning' about any of that."
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee isn't the only royal accomplishment to celebrate this week. The Duke of Cambridge is now qualified to lead search and rescue missions in Royal Air Force Sea King helicopters by himself. Previously, Prince William was only qualified to be a co-pilot on missions.
Mathematician and actress Danica McKellar has filed for divorce, says TMZ. This is good news for anyone who ever had a crush on Winnie Cooper — so that's pretty much everybody. McKellar and composer Mike Verta were married in 2009 and have a one-year-old son.
In a recent interview with Yahoo!, actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar said the unthinkable: that his old Saturday morning sitcom, Saved by the Bell, was "not a great show" and that the writing was "kind of hokey." He must have forgotten about that "very special episode" in which Jessie Spano (Elizabeth Berkley) gets hooked on caffeine pills.
Apparently John Mayer has learned the hard way that dating a teenager while in your thirties can cause embarrassment. He told Rolling Stone in an interview that he was "humiliated" when Taylor Swift's "Dear John" was released. The song is widely believed to be about Mayer and the relationship the two had when Swift was 19.