Just kidding. Actually Katherine Heigl just bought a hideous new chandelier for her house with hubby Josh Kelley. I hope he likes her awful new addition.
The 20-year-old singer stepped out on stage [in Dublin] in a show-stopping bondage-inspired outfit, complete with thigh-high lace up boots and a skimpy PVC corset.
The Two and a Half Men star – who took ex-wife Denise Richards to court in a failed attempt to prevent her from including their two daughters in a reality show – is now urging viewers to tune out the upcoming E! series.
"I think we should all just boycott the damn thing!" Sheen, 42, half-jokingly told PEOPLE Wednesday night at an Academy of TV event for his sitcom. "Issue a mass boycott."
In January, a judge gave the former Bond Girl, 37, permission to include the ex-couple's daughters Sam, 3, and Lola, 2, in the as-yet-untitled show (which is being produced by Ryan Seacrest's company to air this summer).
But the legal ruling did nothing to dampen Sheen's opposition to the project. "You don't go to court and make stands to prevent that if you don't firmly believe in it," he said.
Regarding the court's decision, the CBS star added, "The world is upside down sometimes."
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The marriage of pop singer Pink and her husband of two years, motocross racer and former The Surreal Life star Carey Hart, has ended, the singer's publicist, Michele Schweitzer, tells PEOPLE.
"Pink and Carey Hart have separated. This decision was made by best friends with a huge amount of love and respect for one another," says Schweitzer, adding, "While the marriage is over, their friendship has never been stronger."
Pink, 28, and Hart, 32, met at the 2001 X Games and broke up for a time in 2003, but the split was well behind them in 2005, when the singer popped the question to her beau as he sped around the track during a competition in Mammoth Lakes, Calif.
They married in January 2006 at a non-denominational ceremony in Costa Rica. Among the 100 guests was Lisa Marie Presley.
In August 2007, amid reports that the marriage was on the rocks, Hart dismissed the stories as "just a bunch of trash talk."
Director Doug Liman had lined up rapper Eminem to star in new movie Jumper - but dropped him at the last minute in favour of Hayden Christensen.
The Lose Yourself hitmaker - whose acting debut came in 2002's 8 Mile - was first choice for the leading role in the science-fiction movie and was even in negotiations when Liman suddenly decided he preferred the Star Wars star.
Liman insists it would have been a very different film if he had given the part to the musician - but was determined to follow his instincts.
He tells MTV.com, "We did have a meeting. We did have conversations with Eminem. The thing is that you're like, 'Oh my God what would the movie have been like?'
"But you have to understand that Nicole Kidman was originally cast in Mr & Mrs Smith and Brad Pitt was originally the lead in Bourne Identity. (Those roles eventually went to Angelina Jolie and Matt Damon.)
"It was one of those things where the studio, with all things being equal, would rather put a bigger name in the movie (and wanted Eminem). At some point, I just put my foot down and said, 'I love Hayden'."
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Jessica Alba: ''I Can't Wait For My Baby to be Brown''
In Latina's March 2008 cover story, Jessica Alba gets personal with Editor-in-Chief Mimi Valdés Ryan and directly responds to the rumors that have resulted in her now-commonly used nickname, "Jessica 'Don't Call Me Latina' Alba." Check out some of her revealing answers below, and don't forget to pick up the full story when the issue hits newsstands on February 19!
On her reluctance to walk the red carpet at Latin events: "I'll support those shows, but I can't go on the press lines and have people make me feel bad about myself. Life is too short. I can't change how I grew up, and I shouldn't have to apologize for it. I know I feel close to the Latin community, because that's what I grew up with."
On claims that she's proud to have cut loose from her Mexican roots: "I never said that. Cut loose from what? What the hell are they talking about? Why would I want to cut loose from the only family I know?"
On not learning to speak Spanish as a child: "I wish to God that my dad spoke Spanish to my brother and me, but he didn't grow up with it."
On confusing other men for her dad as a kid: "When I was little, I used to go up to black men and hold their legs, thinking it was my dad all the time. I'd wrap my arms around them, then look up and be like, 'Oh my God!'"
On being accepted for who she is in Hollywood: "I was always trying to figure out: How the hell am I going to be mainstream? How are people going to accept me? When are the going to get a clue that I am American, that this is what America looks like--people like me who are mixed, have different blood, mixed with different ethnicities? When are the people who are hiring for these jobs and writing these screenplays going to realize that?"
On what she wants her baby to look like: "I'm excited for my baby to be brown. I just have to believe the dark gene is going to survive. Cash and I are like, please!"
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SURE, Sarah Silverman bragged about sleeping with Matt Damon, but where's the love for Ben Affleck? Last week, Silverman surprised her boyfriend, Jimmy Kimmel, on his show with a music video called "I'm [Bleep]ing Matt Damon," featuring Silverman and the "Bourne Identity" star singing together about their faux affair. Now Kimmel is striking back with a song called "I'm [bleep]ing Ben Affleck." Our source told us the video for this song, set to the theme of "We Are the World," will star Affleck, Robin Williams, Don Cheadle, Harrison Ford, Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz.