Boxer-turned-movie star Mike Tyson has shared an embarrassing video which shows him taking a nasty tumble while trying out his daughter's hands-free Segway.
The Hangover star took to Twitter.com to upload a clip of him testing the hoverboard-style device in the living room of his home, showing himself laughing and spinning around as his daughter warns him, "Daddy, I don't want you to fall."
There’s no one quite like dad, and some of our favorite celebrities shared what they’ve learned from their proud papas in honor of Father’s Day this weekend.
“Hunger Games” hottie Jennifer Lawrence explained, "My dad always told me, 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it.' And have a good sense of humor,” while Brad Pitt noted, "My dad took my brother and me fishing all the time—seemed like we'd go every weekend. Dad taught me how to cast the rod."
He’s had quite the crazy life, from boxing to legal woes, and Mike Tyson is ready to tell all in a new Broadway show.
The former Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the World was joined by director Spike Lee for an interview on the “Today” show this morning (June 19) regarding the new production “Mike Tyson: The Undisputed Truth.”
There’s nothing like a super-hot babe to help motivate guys, and Megan Fox provides the eye candy for the Brazilian language school CCAA’s new commercial.
The “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” stunner stars as the many different inhabitants of ‘Megan Fox Island,’ and when two men wash ashore, Fox and her clones get excited to speak English with them.
Airing in competition with the season premiere of his former show "Two and a Half Men," Charlie Sheen drew out a full slate of stars as his Comedy Central Roast aired on Monday night (September 19).
The 46-year-old actor nonchalantly sat in his chair as names such as Seth MacFarlane, William Shatner, Mike Tyson, Kate Walsh, Steve-O and Jon Lovitz took their turns poking fun at his wild and crazy doings.
Taking his center stage seat in preparation of an onslaught of jokes and stories told at his expense, Charlie Sheen was the subject of conversation at Sony Studios on Saturday night (September 10).
On hand for the former "Two and a Half Men" star's Comedy Central's Roast were a long list of stars including his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, as well as Mike Tyson, Kate Walsh, William Shatner, Kristin Cavallari, Jeffrey Ross, Steve-O, Seth MacFarlane, Jon Lovitz and Maria Menounos, among others.