Troubled country singer Mindy McCready will tell the world about her sordid affair with former Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens on a VH1 reality series set to premiere in January. The singer and Clemens met when she was a teenager and reportedly had a decade-long affair that ended when he refused to leave his wife.
There may be trouble in eyeliner paradise. Perez Hilton reported on Monday that Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and hubby Pete Wentz got into a huge public fight after Ashlee downed one too many drinks at the one-year anniversary party of Wentz's Chicago Bar, Angels and Kings.
More Maria Belen Chapur photos emerge just as Jenny Sanford tells Vogue she's praying for her husband's mistress. Visit YourTango's Celebrity Love blog for the details.
British tabloids are reporting that the heir to the crown and his longtime girlfriend, Kate Middleton, have agreed to marry, and plan to make it legal some time before William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, celebrates her Golden Jubilee in 2012.
Carrying Jude Law's seed has given Samantha Burke a lot: a cool $10K a month, fame and notoriety, increased professional bookings. But the girl is thinking ahead: with carefully worded blog postings, this former Hooters girl is expertly crafting her public image. Will a reality television series be next?
The cast for Season 9 of Dancing With The Stars is set. Along with the obligatory surprise Stars (this year Tom DeLay, former Speaker Of The House), there are a few expected Stars not participating. Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott will not be appearing this year. The actress, author, mom and suspected Elektra-complex sufferer is "too busy" for the competition. On the other hand, Macy Gray and Michael Irvin will be in the house, so good things.
The actress wed agent David Bugliari this weekend, and the celebration sounds less scandalous than her first.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart confirm their romance in a lovelock at Kings of Leon concert this weekend. YourTango's Celebrity Love blog has the juicy details.
We couldn't be happier for you and David, who you once described as "a lovely gift." We do, however, have one question for you, which we're sure we're not the first to ask: Now that you two are married, who's the boss?