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Last night on Dancing With the Stars, Drew Carey was eliminated from the ballroom.
Miley Cyrus was hospitalized last week because of an "absolutely horrible reaction" to medication. Well here is an update - she is no longer at a Kansas City hospital. Miley is still hospitalized at another undisclosed location. Miley was forced to postpone the rest of her U.S. Bangerz tour due to the illness. According to her website, tickets will be honored on the new dates, which include previously canceled and postponed dates, and the European leg of the tour will go on as planned.
Word is going around that Leonardo DiCaprio could play Steve Jobs for director Danny Boyle in Aaron Sorkin's untitled movie about the Apple Computer co-founder. That’s a good look.
Dean McDermott complains about his sex life with Tori Spelling in a new clip from True Tori. In a joint therapy session, McDermott complains, “We would have sex once every two weeks. It wasn’t fantastic.” After the therapist explains that McDermott’s expectations of a married couple’s sex life are “like a fairy tale,” he admits, “I’m insatiable.” True Tori premieres tonight on Lifetime. Ugh. Watch the clip here.
Richard Gere is dating Padma Lakshmi. Apparently, they started hooking up in the midst of his divorce to wife of 11 years, Carey Lowell. The relationship is very new and the pair are in the "getting to know each other" phase and "just having fun."
Chris Brown’s bodyguard was found guilty of misdemeanor assault yesterday and the performer himself will be going on trial for the same crime. Christopher Hollosy and Brown were accused of attacking a man outside the W Hotel in WashingtonD.C. last October. If the star is also found guilty, his probation in the infamous Rihanna assault case could be revoked, and a judge could sentence Brown to years behind bars. He’s already been in custody since last month after being arrested following his dismissal from court-mandated rehab treatment.
Julia Roberts is still grieving the loss of her half-sister, Nancy Motes, who died from a drug overdose in February at the age of 37. In a new interview with WSJ Magazine, the actress finally addressed Motes' suicide, and how she's dealing with the pain. Julia says, "It's hour by hour some days, but you just keep looking ahead."