After getting outed as a user of Ashley Madison, Josh Duggar has entered rehab, his family announced in a statement on their website. The statement didn't specify what type of treatment the family values advocate will receive, but comes after Duggar admitted to having a porn addiction. "Yesterday Josh checked himself into a long-term treatment center," Josh's parents Jim Bob and Michelle wrote.
"America's Got Talent" judge Howie Mandel has publically apologized after making a bulimia joke when speaking to a show contestant during a recent live episode. Mandel made the comment to contestant Stevie Starr, a.k.a. "The Regurgitator," who swallows objects whole and then regurgitates them, by saying "This would probably come out wrong, but you, sir, make bulimia entertaining."
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi has denied rumors that her husband Jionni LaValle has an account with the cheating website Ashley Madison. "Jionni is a good guy and doesn't need his name being tarnished. Nor does our family. We did nothing wrong to deserve this." The "Jersey Shore" star also took to Instagram to defend her husband.
Ben Higgins, a finalist on the most recent series of "The Bachelorette," has been named the latest star of ABC's "The Bachelor." He stopped by "Good Morning America" on Tuesday morning to talk about the new opportunity. He says he's still friends with Kaitlyn Bristowe, whom he wooed on "The Bachelorette," even though their romance didn't work out.
Kim Kardashian now has 44.1 million followers on Instagram, pushing her past Beyoncé (44 million), and making her the most followed person on the photo sharing social media site. Back in February Kim had just 27 million followers, meaning she's gained over 15 million in the past six months. Yet she's not the only member of the Kardashian clan to make the top ten.
Tracy Morgan married his longtime girlfriend, Megan Wollover, in an "intimate ceremony" on Sunday night, according to People. Speaking with the magazine, Megan said she feels fortunate to be with Morgan after his near fatal accident over a year ago. "After almost losing Tracy last year, I am so grateful to finally be married to the love of my life."
In court documents filed for her lawsuit against her management firm, Shannen Doherty revealed that she has been battling breast cancer. She claims that her mastectomy and chemotherapy could have been avoided had the firm, Tanner Mainstain, paid her insurance premiums. Instead, she alleges, Tanner Mainstain "ignored it, failed to pay it (without informing Plaintiff) . . ."
Rosie O'Donnell says her 17-year-old daughter Chelsea, who has been missing and in need of medical attention since last week, has been found. She made the announcement via Twitter. "Rosie wants to thank everyone for their help, especially the South Nyack, New York and Barneget Light, New Jersey, police departments," said O'Donnell's longtime publicist Cindi Berger in an emailed statement.
Both Amy Schumer and Tracy Morgan have signed on to appear as hosts for the upcoming season of "Saturday Night Live." The 41st season of the show is set to kick off this fall with Miley Cyrus kicking off the season as host on October 3. Schumer will appear as the host the following week with Morgan taking the stage on October 17. It will mark his second appearance on the show.
HBO has confirmed that they are in very early talks on a new "Deadwood" movie. A spokesperson for the network confirmed to Variety that they were in "very preliminary talks" on a possible new film. HBO had previously promised a pair of "Deadwood" movies before its cancellation but those films never materialized. According to reports, creator David Milch was also offered a shorter fourth season.
Kelly Rutherford fired back at ex-husband Daniel Giersch, who accused her of "child abduction." The couple's children, Hermes and Helena, spent the summer with their mom in New York and were scheduled to return last week to their father in Monaco. Speaking with "Good Morning America" the "Gossip Girl" actress said she will not return the kids.
Tony Lara, star of the Discovery Channel's fishing reality show, "Deadliest Catch," died on Saturday morning in Sturgis, South Dakota. He was reportedly in town for a motorcycle rally, but the cause of his death is not known. "Yesterday we lost a member of the Catch Family. May you RIP Captain Tony Lara!" the show's official Twitter account wrote on Sunday.
Melissa Gilbert, an actress well known for playing Laura Ingalls Wilder on the TV series "Little House on the Prairie," announced Monday she is running Congress in Michigan. Gilbert is seeking the Democratic nomination for a chance to face off against freshman Republican Rep. Mike Bishop.
Keiynan Lonsdale ("Insurgent") has been added to the cast of CW's "The Flash," starring as Wally West, aka Kid Flash. Wally joins Iris (Candice Patton), Wally's aunt, and Joe West (Jesse L. Martin), Iris' father. "Just like when we met Grant for the first time, we instantly knew Keiynan embodied all the heart and courage of a hero," executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said.
NBC has confirmed that they have found their star for the upcoming musical "The Wiz Live!" Newcomer 18-year-old Shanice Williams scored the role of Dorothy after months of auditions including an open casting call. The show will be the third live musical the network has staged in the last three years. They broke news of the casting via Twitter, sharing a photo of Williams with Al Roker.