Alexa Ray Joel is doing well after a scary incident over the weekend. The daughter of Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley fainted midway through her set and was rushed to emergency room at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Turns out she suffers from a condition that blocks blood from properly flowing to the brain. Doctors say she’ll be fine though.
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Kelly Osbourne telling Paris Hilton on Twitter to grow up, no need to act like a child. Both Osbourne and Hilton attended Coachella in California over the weekend. Word is, that Hilton approached Osbourne in an informal VIP area and called Kelly the “B” word after she felt she was ignored by Osbourne.
RADAR Online claims American Idol staffers are looking for jobs. A source says they know a sinking ship when they see one. The show is on its way out and they don’t want to be dragged down with it.
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Cody Simpson was the latest to be eliminate on Dancing with the Stars. Everyone booed the decision.
New York Post claims Sean Penn will direct girlfriend, Charlize Theron in a new love story set in an African refugee camp called The Last Face. But Sean’s ex-wife Robin Wright had tried for years to develop the project. Sources say it’s obviously a vindictive move against his ex-wife for whom the movie was a labor of love. Sources say Theron needs to know she’s being played by Penn as a childish revenge tool.
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Ashton Kutcher thinks Mila Kunis is going to have a girl.
James Franco may want parents to keep their teens away from him but he’s looking for more followers on social media. The actor posted a new selfie to Instagram on Sunday from his bed and asked people to follow him.
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Taylor Swift gave a bride-to-be the surprise of her life on Sunday when she unexpectedly showed up at her bridal shower in Columbus, Ohio. She gave her a Kitchen Aid mixer as a shower gift!
TV Land has given a 12 episode season pickup for a new single camera comedy called Younger. It stars Hilary Duff.
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The 7th and final season premiere of Mad Men scored the lowest ratings for the show since the season two premiere in 2008.
TMZ claims The Ultimate Warrior died of a heart attack brought on by heart disease. No drugs were involved.