Forbes has released its annual list of the World's 100 Most Powerful Women. Oprah is the highest-ranking celebrity on the list, at #13. Others include Beyoncé, Angelina Jolie, Sofia Vergara, Lady Gaga and Ellen DeGeneres.
Justin Bieber makes guests at his house sign a waiver that absolves him of any wrongdoing if they engage in "potentially hazardous" activities that result in "minor injuries to catastrophic injuries, including death." Oh, and you also owe him $5 million if you talk about what went on at the house or post anything on the Internet
Jose Canseco is the subject of a rape investigation in Las Vegas, and here's how he handled the situation: He posted the name, phone number, work address and a photo of his accuser on Twitter. Most of the Tweets have since been removed, but Jose claims he didn't delete them.
Ryan Gosling's violent new crime movie "Only God Forgives" was BOOED at the Cannes Film Festival.
Word has it that Fox is considering having an "American Idol" judging panel packed with former "Idol" contestants. Supposedly, they've talked to Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson with Adam Lambert and Clay Aiken are also being discussed.
The "first wave" of nominees for this year's "Teen Choice Awards" have been announced . . . and at least for now, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2" leads the way with SEVEN nominations.
Paris Hilton has signed with Cash Money Records, and will reportedly release an album of house music this summer. Supposedly, Lil Wayne will contribute to it.