Vanilla Ice was arrested on domestic battery charges after an argument with his spouse. It’s the irrelevant rapper’s first hit in more than a decade.
From Wentz it came: Ashlee Simpson is reportedly pregnant with rocker Pete Wentz’s child. A guess as to what will fall out: boy.
Woah, halfway there. Woah, drivin’ while impaired: Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora was busted for DUI. He’s wanted dead or alive.
He should stick to ‘Melo Yellow: Denver forward Carmelo Anthony was arrested on suspicion of DUI. Police estimate that he was a mile high.
Studying hard: Students from Randolph College in Virginia took a class field trip to the Chicken Ranch, a legal brothel in Nevada. Unfortunately, the cash-strapped students only had enough money to stay for one hour.
J.K. Growling: Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is suing to halt publication of “Harry Potter Lexicon,” saying the reference guide is attempting to steal and cash in on her work. You can’t spell “muggle” without ‘mug.’
Horsing around: Meanwhile, Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliff will bring his naked body over to America this year, starring in the play Equis on Broadway, which gained attention because the young actor does a nude scene. Randcliff says exposing himself on stage doesn’t bother him, not after the thorough strip searches he’s received on prior visits from U.S. Customs agents.
Putting the ‘Rev’ in “Revlon:” The alleged reason Britney Spears caused a minor fender-bender in L.A. was because she was putting on makeup while driving. Spears apparently misunderstood her therapist’s plea to “apply herself.”
Falling stars: CBS has canceled reality show “Secret Talent’s of the Stars” after only one episode. When it came to ratings, it was a big dipper.
Fly like the Eagles: Stephen Colbert is in Philadelphia this week hosting his show. Colbert should go over well there, as his character’s logic is more twisted than a soft pretzel.
The sum of all fires: A blaze damaged the Maryland home of author Tom Clancy. The writer is no longer in any clear and present danger.