Saturday, March 31, 2012
As American Idol hopefuls battled it out in the Top 10 this week, In Touch caught up on all the behind-the-scenes gossip with Idol favorite Jessica Sanchez.
The 16-year-old phenom exclusively told In Touch, ?We're all in a competition, but we don't see it in that way. We all want each other to win and we want to make it as far as we can.? But it?s not all fun and games backstage. ?We're all little divas in our own way. We all get in our zone and we all try to just keep to ourselves and just try to get into that moment.?
And although Jessica?s a judge favorite, she still gets star-struck by Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson. ?I choked up the first time I saw them because I was so surprised. I think we've all gotten used to them, but it is still a nerve-wracking thing having to be judged by them.?
Friday, March 30, 2012
Derek Fisher looked satisfied after a big game, a great symbol for the Lakers earlier this month.
It seems that Reese Witherspoon has been keeping a secret! Nearly a year after her dream wedding to Jim Toth, the actress is reportedly expecting her third child.
Though reps have yet to confirm the good news, the mother of Ava, 12, and Deacon, 8, has been looking bumpy in recent weeks ? and as In Touch has previously reported, the bubbly blonde and her agent hubby have been trying to get pregnant since their star-studded nuptials last March.
With Reese's 36th birthday around the corner, the family certainly has a lot to celebrate!
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson are back in the lifeless sequel to 'Clash of the Titans.'
What a difference a year makes.
Nearly 13 months ago to the day - in the midst of a public meltdown that introduced the world to terms such as "Tiger Blood" and the ever-irritating "Winning!" - Charlie Sheen appeared on The Today Show and said he had no regrets over his behavior.
"I'm going to live my life the way I want and I'm going to win every moment!" Sheen said at the time.
Fast forward to this morning and...
... Sheen told Matt Lauer this morning, on the same program, that he finds moments and quotes such as that "a little cringeable to watch because I don't recognize part of who that guy was."
And who is Charlie Sheen now? Someone who still delivers the occasional rant, but who, through "a team effort, ultimately led by myself," claims to have found a path back to sanity, one that will culminate this summer on FX's Anger Management.
"I couldn't have the Two and a Half Men thing be my TV legacy - I couldn't have it end on that note," he said, bitter as always toward ex-boss Chuck Lorre. "So far, eight days [on Anger Management] was more fun than eight years [on Men]."
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Lewisville (S.C.) High School senior Annette McCullough became the subject of criminal investigation after she brutally attacked a Chester (S.C.) High opponent.
During the game.
It seemed to come out of nowhere. In the midst of a tightly-fought girls soccer match, McCullough fell after a seemingly innocuous foul ... and absolutely lost it:
There is no video showcasing prior incidents between these two players, yet McCullough reacted viciously to a relatively minor trip that sent her to the ground.
The attack, which you can see above, featured hair pulling, punches being rained down on the Chester player before the melee was broken up.
Not just one or two of them, either. She went Jenelle Evans on her.
Annette McCullough was immediately sent off with a red card and escorted away from the field. Chester County deputies were called to the scene.
McCullough, 18, was charged with simple assault.
"Some incidental contact ended in one girl going down and she just got up and started pummeling," Parker told WBTV. "It's unfortunate, it really is."
"Contact is a part of soccer, but when you retaliate like that, obviously, there is no place in the game for that. Occasionally you have players that go at it."
"In this case, though, it was just one girl pummeling the other girl. And not just for a moment, she didn't stop which is even more egregious."
PHOENIX — Outfielder Tony Gwynn Jr. sounded noticeably excited about the news that a group led by Magic Johnson had agreed to purchase the Dodgers.
The former Bee Gees member had "further intestinal surgery" and several "existing commitments" have been canceled.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
The new cast teaser image from TNT's relaunch of the iconic series showcases stars old and new in a steamy shower.
Mojave Desert school officials are expected to settle weeks of controversy Wednesday over what could be the first successful effort by California parents to petition for dramatic changes in their failing school under a landmark but still largely untested state law.