Miley Cyrus' Parents Are Divorcing

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  • Miley Cyrus' parents, Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus, have announced that they're divorcing after 17 years of marriage. They said in a statement, "We are trying to work through some personal matters. We appreciate your thoughts and prayers."
  • The Cyrus' filed divorce papers today citing "irreconcilable differences." They have five children together. [People]
  • Lindsay Lohan's rehab will probably cost more than $100,000 and her insurance isn't covering it. A source says she's stressed about "how she is going to pay for it. She literally has no idea how she is going to come up with the money." [Radar]
  • A porn site has offered to help Lindsay by giving her a job. [Radar]
  • Yesterday Charlie Sheen texted somebody at E! from the hospital, "What are they saying?" When asked if he had a comment he said, "I got nothing to say about it sweetie... Thank U for your concern. . . XO" [E!]
  • Charlie told Radar, "The story is totally overblown and overplayed as far as the reality of the scenario." [Radar]
  • On The Howard Stern Show today, David Arquette said, "After the first girl I slept with ... a few days later ... I was, like, crying..." he said. "It was the end of all the intimacy I shared with my wife. It was like a new thing. It was like ... putting that away." [Us]
  • On Regis and Kelly today, David Arquette said he discussed the split in detail on Howard Stern because, "somebody sold the story, and I didn't want to be labeled a cheater." [Radar]
  • Christina Aguilera isn't living in a hotel, she was just there for a press junket. [E!]
  • Samantha Ronson told a paparazzo that she isn't dating Christina Aguilera. [TMZ]
  • In case you were wondering, Ryan Gosling isn't the cause of Penn Badgley and Blake Lively's split. [E!]
  • Maya Angelou's papers will be made public at New York's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. [AP]
  • Headline of the Day: "James Franco: Cut Off Arm Because of General Hospital [E!]
  • RHONJ's Joe Giudice didn't hit anyone at the baptism of his brother-in-law's son — it was actually his parents who threw the first punch. [Radar]
  • The next Batman film will be called The Dark Knight Rises and the villain won't be The Riddler. [LAT]
  • James Cameron is going to direct two Avatar sequels. [LAT]
  • On Celebrity Ghost Stories Daryl Hannah reveals that after her parents divorce, "I wasn't communicative and wasn't behaving like the rest of the kids... And they thought I needed to be on some kind of serious treatment plan and I should probably be institutionalized." [Radar]
  • Tila Tequila's ex-boyfriend is requesting a temporary restraining order because he claims she kidnapped his current girlfriend at gunpoint and tried to extort her. [Radar]
  • Kendra Wilkinson considered posing for Playboy for a fifth time, but her husband made her realize, "I wanted to do Playboy for the wrong reasons. The wrong reasons are to prove people wrong, not to prove it to myself but to people and to put my middle finger up to everybody and be like, 'I'm going to do Playboy!' But that wasn't the right reason, you know?" [E!]
  • Rachel Dratch kept the identity of her baby's father a secret to protect his privacy, but now she's revealed it's her boyfriend John Wahl. He says, "[Rachel] was resigned to the fact that [a baby] wasn't going to happen and had written it off," so when she got pregnant they were, "completely floored." [People]
  • In an interview with Rolling Stone, Conan O'Brien says he'll fight NBC for the rights to the Masturbating Bear. He adds, "What I really wanna do is be sued over the bear and then appear in court with the Masturbating Bear. 'Your Honor, this bear can't help himself!'" [N.Y. Mag]



They can actually sentence someone to something they can't pay for? Insurance really sucks.