Just two weeks after beating up an intruder who broke into his home in the middle of the night and sending him to the hospital with a broken jaw and busted nose, actor and former rapper LL Cool J, 44, a.
Clint Eastwood, 82, may have made headlines with his onstage semi-hallucination at the Republican National Convention when he spoke to an empty chair on behalf of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, but President Barack Obama is the one with the celebrity entourage, as the Democratic National Convention, which kicked off on Monday in Charlotte, North Carolina, is sure to demonstrate.
Usher Raymond, 33, who has recently been in the news for his heated trial against ex-wife Tameka Foster, 40, for custody of their two boys, Usher V, 4, and Naviyd, 3, has a new tragedy to contend with.
Baby, it's cold outside — let's head to the beach. While many people were cozying up to fireplaces and cups of egg nog, Oscar-nominated actor Djimon Hounsou, 47, and partner Kimora Lee Simmons, 36, took their son Kenzo, 2, to warmer waters on Christmas day.
Taylor Lautner found himself the latest victim of an Internet hoax on Monday, when a fake People magazine cover, supposedly teasing the January issue of the magazine, was leaked online. The fake cover featured an image of Lautner above the title, "Exclusive: Taylor Lautner Out & Proud.
While protesters are on the move, reorganizing and demonstrating civil disobedience in an attempt to shut down Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange on today's "Day of Action," celebrities are showing their support, both on Twitter and in person.
Alec Baldwin, 53, who has recently been hinting about his increasing interest in politics, stopped by the Occupy Wall Street movement in Zuccatti Park in Manhattan late Tuesday night to show support, where he ended up answering a few questions, and even taking some heat for his affiliations.
The movement that started as a small protest against corporate greed has expanded to encompass several cities and garner the attention of big-name celebs. As of Monday, rapper Kanye West was the latest celebrity to visit the movement, joining the ranks of actors Penn Badgley, Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins, plus filmmaker Michael Moore.
If you're a Lakers fan, what could be better than attending a courtside game with gorgeous star of the big screen, Charlize Theron? Apparently not $20,000. One lucky fan dished out the big bucks at Theron's annual Africa Outreach Project Benefit, which she hosted Monday night at the Darby restaurant in New York.