While you were sleeping
Demi Moore leaves rehab Us: "Demi Moore is no longer receiving treatment at Cirque Lodge in Sundance, Utah, E! News reports. The actress, 49, reportedly checked into the facility in late January to deal with an eating disorder and addiction issues. When contacted by Us Weekly Thursday, Moore's rep had no comment. Previous patients at Cirque Lodge include Lindsay Lohan, Mary-Kate Olsen and Eva Mendes. According to E! News, the Margin Call actress is currently "on vacation" in an undisclosed location. "She's in no rush to get back to L.A.," a source tells the site. "She's on total lockdown and only talking to a small group of people." Moore's decision to seek treatment came on the heels of her emergency hospitalization after smoking an "incense-like substance" January 23. "Everyone thought she was going to die," a source told Us in February. "It was terrifying."
Mel Gibson no longer angry "Mel Gibson has done all he needs to do to prove he has conquered his anger issues ... TMZ has learned. Mel's lawyer, Blair Berk, appeared before Judge Stephanie Sautner this AM and showed her honor proof that Mel not only completed the required number of hours of court-ordered anger management therapy - he exceeded it. As a result, all Mel has to do now to get off of probation - for pleading no contest to battery against Oksana Grigorieva - is keep his nose clean for 2 more years, and then he's officially off informal probation."
It's official: Jessica Lange back on American Horror Story People: "American Horror Story fans, rejoice: Jessica Lange is returning for season two. But she's not reprising her role of the delightfully spooky Constance Langdon. Instead, the actress (who won a Golden Globe and a SAG award for the part) will play an entirely new role, EW.com reports. "We have designed the second season of American Horror Story completely around her character," says creator Ryan Murphy. "This will really be the Jessica Lange show so I'm very excited about it." And the role will be a definite departure from Constance. The creators are working up "this amazing new opposite of the Constance character for her," says Murphy. "She has a lot of ideas, and has a lot of input into her character." Lange, 62, won't be the only AHS cast member returning for season two in the fall (production resumes in late July). Murphy also reveals that he's signed on three more actors from season one, and that the new season will be set on the east coast – but he wouldn't part with any further details."
Britney settles with former bodyguard TMZ: "Britney Spears has settled a lawsuit filed by Fernando Flores, a bodyguard who worked for her for a very short time - a bodyguard who claimed Britney was a sex-crazed maniac who came on to him and flashed him. Sources close to Britney say the lawsuit is total B.S. - he worked for her for about a minute. Nonetheless ... Britney decided to end the lawsuit after going before a private mediator ... and it's officially case closed. As for whether Britney paid Flores any loot ... no one is talking. The terms of the settlement are confidential."