Updated Apr 9, 2013 - 8:12 am
DISH: Confusing Twitter hashtag leaves Cher fans in mourning
But some fans of the singer-actress Cher read the hashtag a little too quickly.
Yes, they believed that Cher was dead.
What about Abe Vigoda? Is Abe Vigoda dead?
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's "The Bible" is shattering sales records in its first week of home video release, selling 525,000 units to become the top-selling TV miniseries of all time.
Additionally, "The Bible" is now the No. 1 selling TV program on DVD in the last five years.
The show hit a ratings high with its March 3 debut, raking in 13.1 million viewers on the History Channel. Its Easter two-hour finale pulled in 11.7 million viewers, while each additional installment of the 10-part series hovered above the 10 million mark.
Amanda Bynes: I was not kicked out of gymnastics class.
Amanda Bynes is once again threatening to sue blogs for allegedly writing "fake stories" about her.
On Monday, the New York Post reported that Amanda was asked to leave a gymnastics class for exhibiting "bizarre" behavior.
The paper quoted a source as saying that Bynes "showed up in fishnets and a leotard that looked like lingerie" and was "muttering to herself" and then "burst into tears when she attempted a cartwheel and her dark-colored wig fell off."
I'm suing every blog saying I was kicked out of gymnastics. What is wrong w/ u people? What would u do if u found fake stories about u?— Amanda Bynes (@AmandaBynes) April 8, 2013
This is the third time in the past two weeks she's threatened to sue for publishing what she claims are false reports.
Kid Rock is one rockin' recessionista.
When the musician sets out for his tour this summer with ZZ Top, Uncle Kracker and Kool & the Gang, fans will be able to nab tickets for just $20. And beer? $4.