Amanda Bynes was arrested last night at her NY apartment for reckless endangerment and underwent a psychiatric evaluation at Roosevelt Hospital. Officers responded to a report of a disorderly person and arrested her at her Manhattan apartment after she threw a bong out the 36th-floor window. Bynes also was booked with marijuana possession for smoking marijuana in the lobby of her building. Bynes has a history of DUI and other automobile-related cases in LA courts and crazy behavior on Twitter.
In other Amanda Bynes news, she was denied from boarding a private flight to LA from Teterboro,NJ over the weekend after asking the pilot to Google her to prove her identity. Bynes explained that she couldn't use her license since it had been suspended and she had no other form of government ID. She then reportedly told the pilot to Google her while screaming, "I'm Amanda Bynes!" Apparently the pilot called someone from the jet company but they were unwilling to make an exception for her. Cray Cray!
Blake Shelton revealed he is having an all-star benefit concert for the victims of the devastating tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma
"American Idol" season three winner, Carrie Underwood, who was born and raised in Oklahoma made a $1 million donation to the American Red Cross disaster relief fund. Toby Keith, who is a native of Moore, flew in from Nashville to return to his hometown and encourage donations to both the Red Cross and the Salvation Army.
Bruno Mars may be a judge on American Idol. Producers of Idol would reportedly love to lock him in to Season 13 of American Idol and discover some of America's hidden talent. Sources tell Hollywood Life, "He's super talented, amazingly charismatic, and well-liked by industry professionals and young fans. Producers are looking into making him an offer very soon."
Meanwhile, Idol vet, Kelly Clarkson revealed she has no plans to judge Idol.
Brad Pitt, says he’s suffering from facial blindness. He told Esquire that he forgets faces as soon as the person walks away so when they come back, it’s like he is meeting a new person until they explain how they met. “So many people hate me because they think I’m disrespecting them,” he says. While the disease is real, Brad says he’s never been tested and diagnosed himself.
Morgan Freeman fell asleep on live TV while doing an interview to promote his new movie “Now You See Me.” The interview also feature costar Michael Caine and included a clip from the film. When they came back, Morgan’s head was down and his eyes were closed leaving Michael to answer the questions. The best part came when Morgan tried to offer an explanation later in the day. His statement; “I wasn’t actually sleeping. I’m a beta tester for Google Eyelids. I was merely updating my Facebook page.” Check the video out and see for yourself!
Eva Longoria received her diploma Wednesday night. She earned the degree in Chicano studies from Cal State Northridge. Her rep says Eva has been taking classes for three years starting her class work while she was still on the set of “Desperate Housewives.”
Charlie Sheen is using his real name Carlos Estevez for his latest role in Robert Rodriguez’s newest film “Machete Kills.” It’s the first time Charlie will use his birth name on screen.
Nick Carter told PerezHilton.com that his reality show may focus on wedding preparations with fiancee Lauren Kitt, making amends with his past, and the "growing up phase of his life." Nick is reportedly an executive producer on the 30-minute docu-series which coincides with the group's 20-year anniversary, album release in mid-June, and their headlining tour which kicks off on July 30th. The reality show will be produced by Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment.
Lea Michele has inked a deal to publish her memoir entitled Brunette Ambition. It is described as "part memoir, part how-to and part style-guide" and will chronicle her life "from normal Bronx-born schoolgirl to Broadway child star to lead actress in one of the most popular shows on TV."
A&E has announced that Intervention has been cancelled after 13 seasons. Executive VP of Programming at A&E said, "As Intervention comes to an end, we're proud to have paved the way for such an original and groundbreaking series. We're honored to have been a part of the 243 interventions since its premiere in March of 2005, leading to the 156 individuals that are currently sober to this day."
Here’s what’s breaking out at the movies today. “The Hangover III” was released yesterday. “Fast and Furious 6” is out and so is the animated “Epic.”