"Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham is trying to sell the used bikini from her sex tape on eBay, and she's launching a summer tour of strip joints.
The other day, cops swarmed Diddy's $500,000 Maybach and ordered the driver to get out of the car and get down on his knees. They'd gotten a call that someone in the car was armed, but it turned out to be a false alarm. Diddy wasn't even in the car at the time . . . he'd just been dropped off somewhere.
Former NASCAR driver Dick Trickle committed suicide at a North Carolina cemetery yesterday. He was 71. Trickle actually called the cops ahead of time and told them they would find his dead body there. He left a suicide note, but there's no word what it said.
In a new book that comes out next week, former NBA coach Phil Jackson finally answers the question people have been asking him for years: He now admits that Michael Jordan was better than Kobe Bryant.
David Beckham is retiring after the current season, which has two games left to go. He's currently playing for the French team Paris St. Germain. Beckham is 38 years old. He made his professional debut with Manchester United in 1992, when he was 17.
"The Office" ended its nine-season run last night, and Steve Carell DID return for the series finale. His character Michael Scott showed up at Dwight and Angela's wedding to serve as Dwight's "best man."
"Entertainment Weekly" says all four original judges will be back on "The Voice" this fall . . . but Shakira and Usher are subbing in for Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green again next spring.
At least one person wants to return to "American Idol" next season . . . and thankfully it's the sanest judge on the panel. Of course, that's Keith Urban.