Shia LaBeouf has checked himself into "a celebrity-frequented treatment facility in Hollywood." Reports are that as Shia entered the treatment center it looked like he didn't want to do it, but he knew he had to. This comes after Shia's arrest over the weekend midway through a live Broadway performance of Cabaret, among other things, slapping lead actor Alan Cumming in the rear and shouting "Do you know who I am?" to security.
Robert Downey Jr.'s son was arrested for cocaine possession Sunday afternoon. Indio Downey was a passenger in a car at around 2 p.m. when cops drove up alongside the vehicle and noticed him smoking something out of a pipe. Police conducted a search and allegedly found cocaine in Indio's possession. Robert said, "Unfortunately there's a genetic component to addiction and Indio has likely inherited it. Also, there is a lot of family support and understanding, and we're all determined to rally behind him and help him become the man he's capable of being. We're grateful to the Sheriff's department for their intervention, and believe Indio can be another recovery success story instead of a cautionary tale.”
Blake Shelton latest number-one hit, "My Eyes," is his 12th consecutive chart-topper, and that gives him the most back-to-back number-ones in monitored country airplay history. He joins only a handful of country artists to ever have five number one songs off one album!
Carrie Underwood apparently had so many good ideas for her “Somethin’ Bad” video with Miranda Lambert that her initial plan for the clip was 11-pages long. Director of the video Trey Fanjoy said, "She wanted to see a high-stakes poker game. She wanted to see motorcycles. She wanted an explosion, a helicopter scene and a mug shot. Those all came from Carrie." This was Carrie's first try at writing a video treatment, and several of her great ideas made the cut.
Reports are that Rosie O'Donnell is returning to The View. The network executives really wanted Rosie back. They’re confident she has what it takes to add some controversy and drive the ratings up. Rosie left the show in 2007 after just one season.
People magazine has named Joe Manganiello as Hollywood's hottest bachelor. He stars in the HBO show True Blood, he was in Magic Mike and is currently single -- and very open to finding love. Joe says, "I'm at my best when I have someone to wake up next to. He is part Sicilian and says he is a passionate and a hot-blooded person. If you don't like spicy, then maybe I'm not for you." He says there's something about that part of a woman's neck where it meets the jaw, ahhhh! It's heaven." Ok...I'm in love! lol
Forbes' Celebrity 100 list, which ranks the world's most powerful celebrities. The list isn't simply the richest celebrities but also gauges how much they were mentioned in the media, their reach on social media, and the overall impact they have on their industry. Here are the top 10 (click top link for full list):
Robert Downey Jr.
The Doobie Brothers surprised fans in Boston over the weekend when they took the stage at the Zac Brown Band concert to perform their 1974 hit song “Black Water.” Rolling Stone reports that the two groups shared the stage at the Friday night show, where they delivered a pitch-perfect, tag-teamed rendition of the song featuring vocals from Doobie Brothers co-founders Patrick Simmons and Tom Johnston. This wasn’t the first time the two acts joined forces -- the Doobie Brothers announced earlier this year that they will release an album of country duets that will feature guests including the Zac Brown Band.