Yesterday a small playground in Brooklyn was re-named Adam Yauch Park after the deceased Beastie Boys member, who passed away a year ago today. At the ceremony, Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz made a touching (and funny: "Like the Wu-Tang Clan, the Beastie Boys are for the children") speech about Yauch's memory and the spirit… »
Jillian Michaels, who rose to fame as one of the original trainers on The Biggest Loser, doesn't seem to do anything quietly. So perhaps we should not be surprised that she's dropped not one but three gossip bombshells in a single day. Guess what? She's dating a woman, AND she's become a new mom to not one but two… »
Ever since his tenure as the super studdly if occasionally whiny Jack Shepard on Lost ended, we haven't seen much of Matthew Fox. Well, now he's back in the spotlight after being busted for doing something decidedly un-foxy: driving drunk. Is this an isolated incident or a sign that he's officially lost his way in… »
The Beastie Boys's Adam Yauch, age 47, passed away today after a long battle with cancer. In 2009, doctors discovered a tumor on Yauch's salivary gland, and he has been undergoing treatment ever since. His illness has caused the delay of the Beastie Boys's 2011 album, "Hot Sauce Committee, Part 2 ," and prevented… »
In this edition of Tweet Beat, Gary Busey has alien power, Neko Case needs a tampon, Molly Ringwald is feeling old and, for the first time in Twitter history, no one has anything shitty to say about the death of a celebrity.
- Comeback kid (?) Lindsay Lohan has already gone back to her complicated lifestyle of dramarama mixed with rich-people acquisitions. We could talk about her for hours—she just never stops! All that Red Bull, maybe. Here we go. »
- Lindsay Lohan has been on a bit of a Twitter rampage over the past day or so, which began with the following tweet: »