Dang. Is Kanye West trying to start a new trend??
Guess he was just too busy to realize something was on his face??
Anyway, we came up with a few guesses:
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Brooke Mueller is back in rehab.
On Wednesday, it was revealed that Charlie Sheen's ex is scheduled to finish a six month long program at a treatment facility.
Sources claim that the Two and a Half Men star's baby momma has already been at the center for about a month and a half. Whoa!
This news comes merely two months after Charlie dropped a huge truth bomb that he was HIV-positive. At the time, Miz Mueller was
This is shaping up to be quite the event!
Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows already had an all-star lineup thanks to Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, and (a pre-taped) Matthew Perry's involvement, but the addition of Chuck Lorre's CBS staple just kicked things up another notch.
Charlie's inclusion comes as a bit of surprise, seeing as he
On Tuesday, the actor revealed that he had temporarily stopped taking his HIV medication! It turns out that the 50-year-old had ditched his traditional medicine in the hopes of being cured south of the border!
The Two and a Half Men alum explained on The Dr. Oz Show that he wasn't afraid of running the risk of hurting his health, saying:
"I've been off my meds for about a week now. Am I risking my life? Sure. So what? I was born dead. That part of it doesn't phase me at all."
For those of you who are completely shocked by this bold move, the Anger Management star told the 55-year-old that he was receiving alternative treatment from a doctor in Mexico.
He said that Dr. Sam Chachoua — who is not licensed to practice in the U.S. — had been working on a vaccine for HIV, but did not discuss details about the process.
Instead, Dr. Oz shared an audio recording of a phone conversation he had with the physician, who said:
Now, the the Anger Management star is appearing in a Dr. Oz special, where he plans to make his "next big announcement."
In a teaser for the episode, the 50-year-old opened up to the TV doc about facing the disease, saying that this will be "the most difficult thing that I've ever tried to tackle," before adding "this disease chose the wrong person."
The clip also features the actor discussing a dream he had almost 30 years ago, he tells Dr. Oz as the two go for a jog:
"In the dream I saw myself across the road. I had a sign around my neck. It said, 'AIDS'."
Watch the preview (below):
Charlie Sheen is speaking out!
The TV star who of course revealed to the world his HIV diagnosis last month is talking about the blackmail he endured from those around him during a very trying time.
Speaking to reporters about his experiences with unsavory companions before he revealed his diagnosis, Sheen talked about what made him so trusting to have to endure blackmail in the first place. He shared with Radar Online:
This is great news!
Emilio Estevez took to social media on Thursday to let fans know that his father Martin Sheen was recovering after a successful heart surgery that took place over the weekend.
The 53-year-old actor wrote of Sheen's condition:
"My Pop! Successful proactive quadruple bypass surgery this week! A great Blessing indeed!"
In the pic from the hospital room, Charlie Sheen's dad gives a thumbs-up as he holds up a heart-shaped pillow.
On the official Facebook page for their flick The Way Of The Movie, Emilio penned:
"Martin extends a big thumbs up and a BIGGER heart felt 'THANK YOU' for all your well wishes and prayers. He wants to wish you a very Merry Christmas and sends you all a mighty blessing!"
On Wednesday, it was revealed that Martin underwent the proactive procedure over the weekend with his family by his side:
Way to be supportive of your friend's son…
Burt Reynolds may be a Hollywood icon, but that doesn't mean he's automatically sensitive towards his fellow stars' troubles.
While promoting his new autobiography, But Enough About Me, on British talk show Loose Women Tuesday, the 79-year-old made things awkward when he was asked about his thoughts on Charlie Sheen's HIV-status reveal.
In fact, after host Ruth Langsford asked if she felt sorry for the Two and a Half Men star, Burt very bluntly shared his controversial thoughts on the matter, saying: