Apart from that, how was your weekend?
Demi Moore gets some help "Demi Moore has not been spotted since a health crisis in January sent her to the hospital, but People has confirmed that the actress is in treatment. According to a source close to the situation, the actress is in a facility and not at home still in Los Angeles, as some have speculated. On Saturday, E! News reported that Moore, 49, checked into Cirque Lodge in Utah the week after her Jan. 23 hospitalization. "She's on total lockdown and only talking to a small group of people," a source tells E!, adding that the actress is being treated for addiction and an eating disorder. A 911 call from Jan. 23 revealed that Moore had smoked a substance "similar to incense" and that she was "convulsing," according to the female caller. Paramedics who responded assessed the actress, then took her to the hospital. Moore, who underwent rehab for drug and alcohol abuse in the mid-'80s, has been going through a rough time lately. In November, she split from her husband, Ashton Kutcher. But even before her split from Kutcher, friends were worried. "Really, it was over the last year her friends saw a change," a source recently told People. "She wasn't sleeping as well, didn't seem to be eating and looked really gaunt."
L.A. Reid back with X Factor THR: "L.A. Reid was the one X Factor cast member audiences seemed to embrace and, according to a well-placed source, L.A. Reid will be back for season 2 of the Fox singing competition series. The judge and Epic Records chairman signed his option contract on Friday, a show insider tells The Hollywood Reporter, four days after it was revealed that creator Simon Cowell had dismissed host Steve Jones and judges Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger from season 2 duty. Reid, a veteran music executive, was among the talents who truly shined during the show's inaugural run, showing no hesitation when it came to expressing his opinion honestly. In fact, his candid critiques had many thinking Reid was meaner than one-time Mr. Nasty, Cowell. Who else might be sitting to his and Cowell's side on next year's X Factor? THR's high-level source says rumors of Beyonce being offered an obscene amount of money are nothing more than that, but Mariah Carey, who drew instant and universal speculation when the firings were announced (the pop star was due to guest on the show during the judge's house round last year), is indeed being considered as show producers look towards strengthening their female and Midwest appeal."
Courtney Love is going to sue Page Six: "Courtney Love says she’ll sue over leaked “confidential” deposition papers filed by her daughter, Francis Bean Cobain, which allege drug use and claims her reckless behavior caused the death of the family cat and dog. Lawyers for Love say the paperwork, filed in 2009 when her now 19-year-old daughter was seeking a restraining order, was sealed by a court and should never have been released. James Janowitz, of Pryor Cashman, said he’s investigating how Web site The Fix and a new e-book, “Courtney Comes Clean,” quoted from paperwork. “I was the lawyer who worked on these [family court] proceedings in Los Angeles, and the filing was confidential and sealed as is customary in these kind of cases,” Janowitz said. “I don’t know how they were disclosed . . . When I find out what happened, we will take the appropriate legal action.” The bombshell court papers include claims the family cat died after getting “entangled” in Love’s piles of possessions, while the dog, Uncle Fester, allegedly swallowed some of Love’s prescription pills. The papers also claim Cobain worries about Love’s prescription drug use and that she’ll start a fire because she falls asleep in bed while smoking."
Al Pacino Despicable Coming Soon: "Al Pacino has joined the voice cast of Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures' Despicable Me 2. Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Miranda Cosgrove and Russell Brand are set return for the July 3, 2013 release. The first film was a big hit for Universal Picturs and Illumination Entertainment. The $69 million-budgeted Despicable Me opened on July 9, 2010 and went on to earn $543.1 million worldwide."
Cory Monteith's party shut down "Glee" star Cory Monteith threw a loud birthday party for one of his friends last night - so loud, in fact, that neighbors called the cops to have it shut down ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ cops were called to Monteith's Hollywood Hills home at 4:30 AM because neighbors were complaining about the noise level. We're told cops spoke to Monteith and his roommate, who were both extremely nice to the officers. In the end, we're told Corey agreed to shut off the music and end the party - which was also attended by other cast members from "Glee" - but not before cops gave Corey's roommate a ticket for the loud music. No word on if any of the music in question were mash-ups of popular 90s songs."
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