Seemingly incapable of staying out of trouble, Jason Wahler spewed racial and homophobic slurs at a police officer when he was arrested over the weekend after punching a hotel security guard and passing out drunk in a hallway, according to Seattle police reports.
The 20-year-old star of MTV's "The Hills" and "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County," was arrested on Sunday for investigation of assault and criminal trespass. CBS News has reported that Wahler posted bail and was released from the King County Jail nine hours after being booked into the detention facility.
At long last, The Sopranos is back, but the return is bittersweet. After several false alarms, it seems that the end of the trend-setting mobster series is finally upon us. The final season of the Emmy-winning drama begins tonight on HBO (9 pm EST).
Say it ain’t so! Gina Glocksen was eliminated from the American Idol roster last night. While Haley Scarnato has been marked for elimination the past few weeks, her safety and Gina’s elimination wasn’t a result capable of truly shocking the contestants or the audience.
Tony Bennett is one of the most recognizable voices in American popular music history. He has always been a gentleman, always well spoken and proper. So it’s no wonder that he lit up the night at Fox’s American Idol set last night with positive input and that trademark smile of his.
Sarah Michelle Gellar is rumored to be set to join the Batman Begins franchise, according to recent reports.
The Buffy actress is said to be in the midst of negotiations to join Christian Bale and Maggie Gyllenhaal in Batman: The Dark Knight. Gellar and Gyllehaal will help fill the void left by the absence of Katie Holmes.
It seems that Chris Sligh won’t be “bringing chubby back.” The 28-year-old American Idol contestant has been eliminated. Sligh joined Haley Scarnato and Phil Stacey as the bottom three contestants after Wednesday’s results were read.
Sligh performed the Police’s “Every little thing she does is magic,” as what would turn out to be his swan song. Unfortunately for him, the judges weren’t very impressed, and America actually agreed with the judges.