- omg!1 hr ago
File this under "t" for tasteless.
Hours after Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas died in a fiery car crash in Santa Clarita, California, last Saturday, remnants from the charred 2005 Porsche Carrera GT they were traveling in were stolen — and an arrest has now been made.
The theft occurred at 10 p.m. on Nov. 30 — six and a half hours after the sports car the "Fast & Furious" star was riding in crashed and was immediately engulfed in flames. The on-scene investigation was concluded and the car was loaded onto a flatbed tow truck to be transported to a secure location for further examination.
- Sarah Flanigan at omg!2 hrs ago
It's official: The 'N Sync resurrection didn't stop when the boy banders left the stage during Justin Timberlake's epic performance at the MTV Video Music Awards earlier this year.
No, they're not getting back together again — it seems that ship has sailed again — but they are getting new gigs. Like Joey Fatone, for instance. He just got a plush new role talking about his hair … or lack thereof.
Fatone is starring in a new Bosley hair transplant campaign, and showing what the top of his head looked like before he got a little help.
"Performing in front of a live audience can be pretty intimidating, so having a full head of hair was important to me," the 36-year-old singer said in a press release for the company. "Back then, I was the only one in the group getting thinner on top. I became self-conscious and started wearing hats more often."
So that explains it!
Check out the video to see Joey's before and after look, and be sure to tune in to "omg! Insider" on TV tonight for all the latest in entertainment news.
- Taryn Ryder at omg!3 hrs ago
No awkward blood here!
Just four days after Joe Jonas's interview with Vulture (in which he shared some candid revelations about Demi Lovato), the 24-year-old attended a party in celebration of his ex-girlfriend. Nylon magazine threw a bash in West Hollywood for Lovato, their December cover girl, and Demi talked to omg! about her initial response to Joe's article, which went into detail about their relationship as she struggled with drug abuse.
"My first reaction was, 'Well that was stupid,'" the 21-year-old said with a laugh and continued by reiterating some of what she said in her tweet about the interview. "But we are always going to be in each other's lives. I was with Nick [Jonas] today and they are family. I've known them since I was 14, 15 and I have a lot of love for them."
- Hallie Stephens at omg!16 hrs ago
The stars are packing up and moving to Nashville! Hayden Panettiere may have been born in New York but now she's a bonafide country girl! The 24-year-old has filmed two seasons of her hit ABC show, "Nashville," in Tennessee, but was reluctant to set up residency there — until now. The starlet revealed to People magazine that she and her fiancé, boxer Wladimir Klitschko, are ready to buy a home in Nashville, and her hesitation has passed. Hayden told the mag, "After a year and a half of living here, I felt that I had enough personal investment here, that I want to have a grounding here, even if something happens to the show. Knock on wood it won't! But I have amazing friends here and this just feels good as a home base."
- Jeremy Blacklow at omg!17 hrs ago
There's a good reason that Keri Russell's husband wasn't reported as being in her home when she was burglarized on Wednesday — because they're no longer together.
Russell, who currently stars in FX's "The Americans," and her husband of seven years, Shane Deary, have separated, her rep confirms to People. "They have been separated since early summer," the rep said. "The separation is amicable and their focus is on their children."
Keri, 37, and Shane have two kids together, son River, 6, and daughter, Willa Lou, 1. They married on Valentine's Day in 2007.
It appears the two are still friendly though and it's business as usual in their lives. They were photographed Thursday morning dropping River off at school together. Later that same day, Russell was reportedly back on the Brooklyn set of "The Americans."
- omg!17 hrs ago
As usual, Kim Kardashian has been the talk of the Internet all week. But this time, it's not for a headline she tried to make herself. The reality star is the subject of a Warhol painting, though not created by Andy. Her fiancé, Kanye West, 36, supposedly commissioned it for $30,000, only maybe he didn't. Now Kardashian, 33, might be denying ever having heard of the artist at all, and Monica Warhol says its because the portrait was meant to be a surprise. So, what's really going on? Here's what we know: Monica Warhol, who claims to be a "distant cousin" of famed artist Andy Warhol (her grandfather and Andy's dad were brothers she says), is a Tucson, Arizona-based artist who creates works in the same vein as the Pop Art purveyor. According to her website, she is a mother of six, engaged, and (surprise!) developing a reality show with Concussions Productions about her art and home life. Earlier this week, the artist — whose creative process involves layering both hand drawn and Photoshopped photographs onto silk-screens resulting in renditions of famous faces that are strikingly similar to Andy's original works — told Page Six that West hired her to make the fluorescent pink, orange, blue, and red likeness of his love (which she debuted in In Touch magazine) for $30,000.
- Raechal Leone Shewfelt at omg!18 hrs ago
Nelson Mandela's death has shaken the world. An icon whose message of peace and equality was equally embraced in politics and pop culture, the South African lion was instantly memorialized Thursday by those who knew him and those who admired him.
And that includes stars ranging from Morgan Freeman, Samuel L. Jackson, Bono, and Arnold Schwarzenegger to Kelly Osbourne, Justin Timberlake, and Rihanna.
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Freeman, who played Mandela in the 2009 film "Invictus," issued a touching statement. "Today the world lost one of the true giants of the past century," it read. "Nelson Mandela was a man of incomparable honor, unconquerable strength, and unyielding resolve — a saint to many, a hero to all who treasure liberty, freedom and the dignity of humankind. As we remember his triumphs, let us, in his memory, not just reflect on how far we've come, but on how far we have to go. Madiba may no longer be with us, but his journey continues on with me and with all of us."
- omg!18 hrs ago
Amanda Bynes's road to recovery will continue in the comfort of her parents' Los Angeles home.
The 27-year-old former actress has concluded her treatment at a Malibu, California, facility, and is now living with her mother and father for the next phase of her recovery process. Bynes was photographed walking with her parents, Rick and Lynn, in California on Thursday. She wore a sweater with "Gang$ter Love" written on it and covered her short hair with a baseball cap.
"Amanda has completed her inpatient rehabilitation and she's feeling better every day," the family's lawyer Tamar Arminak told People magazine in a statement. "Despite the fact Amanda is no longer in a facility, her outpatient treatment is continuing. She's very happy to reestablish the loving relationship with her family that she once shared."
- Jeremy Blacklow at omg!19 hrs ago
One name that we haven't heard much of yet in the aftermath of Paul Walker's death is that of his girlfriend, Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell.
That changed Tuesday when she surfaced for the first time since the actor's tragic car crash at his home in Santa Barbara, California, where she visited with Paul's family for several hours.
Jasmine, 23, and Paul, who died at age 40, had been together for seven years at the time of his death. Yes, you read that correctly. Jasmine was only 16 when she started dating a then-33-year–old Walker. That makes her just eight years older than Paul's daughter, Meadow.
"Although the age difference was surprising at first, they proved naysayers wrong," a source that knew the couple tells omg!. "They really cared deeply about each other."
- Sarah Flanigan at omg!20 hrs ago
Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks was on the set of "Glee" for only two days in 2011 but created a deep bond with the cast during her brief time there. That bond grew even stronger after Cory Monteith passed away from a drug overdose in July.
"I made a real serious connection with all of them," she said. "And when Cory died I was devastated and I wrote a letter to the cast and I wrote to Lea and I sent her a bunch of stuff and I really tried to help."
The singer has a new documentary, "In Your Dreams," in stores now and revealed to "omg! Insider" correspondent Keltie Knight on Wednesday that she did her best to help Lea Michele get through the tough time because she, too, had recently lost a loved one due to an overdose.
"I had lost a godson to an overdose of Xanax and alcohol at a frat party at the end of 2011. That was heavily on my mind," Stevie revealed. "It's all an accident, a bad accident."
Check out this video to see what other thoughtful advice Stevie gave to help the "Glee" star, and be sure to tune in to "omg! Insider" on TV tonight for more of Stevie's interview.