Jensations: Tuesday, March 16
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Updated 6:15 AM CDT, Tue, Mar 16, 2010
Really Rielle?: John Edwards' mistress, Rielle Hunter, has decided not to keep quiet, at all! She not only did a photo shoot with GQ magazine, but talked about her and Edwards first sexual encounter, accused his soon-to-be-ex-wife Elizabeth of not taking any responsibility for their break-up, and explained her feelings after she heard him deny he was her child's father.
Back to Work: Charlie Sheen resumes work on"Two and a Half Men" today after a stint in rehab and yesterday's not-guilty plea on domestic violence charges. "Charlie's looking forward to clearing his name, putting all of this behind him and spending time with his kids during his hiatus, " the show's executive producer, Mark Burg, tells People. Sheen took a break from the show late last month to enter rehab for what his rep called a "preventative measure." His wife, Brooke Mueller, is also undergoing rehab separately from the couple's home in Los Angeles.
Surprise Split: Oscar winner Kate Winslet has separated from film director husband, Sam Mendes, their law firm said yesterday. The split was "entirely amicable and is by mutual agreement" according to lawyers. This is really a shocker as Winslet has been known to talk up her husband and their relationship. She was also wearing her wedding ring the other weekend at the Oscars.
Axed Ex? : If you haven't heard yet, Jamie Kennedy and Jennifer Love Hewitt have officially called it quits. But this is actually nothing new. They broke up in the fall, according to Chicago Sun-Times columnist Bill Zwecker. They confirmed the de-coupling this past weekend, and word on the street is she'll likely have him written off the "Ghost Whisperer," which they are both on.
Gagapalooza???: Lady Gaga's summer schedule is out and her schedule leaves the Lollapalooza dates wide open, according to Billboard. This is another big hint that she's likely headlining at the music fest.
Record Deal: The late King of Pop is breaking records even after death. Sources tell the Associated Press Jackson's estate signed a $200 million deal with Sony Music Entertainment for 10 projects over seven years. Future projects include an album of never-before-released recordings that will come out in November.
Star Search: Former "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul could head back to a panel. Abdul is set to judge the return of "Star Search" on ABC, according to Entertainment Weekly. ABC is keeping quiet about the potential project.
Tonight's 2 to TiVo:
"American Idol" - 7:00pm on Fox: Tonight's 2 hour show will feature all of the 12 remaining contestants.
"Parenthood" - 9:00pm on NBC: If you haven't caught this show yet, tune in tonight!
First Published: Mar 16, 2010 6:01 AM CDT