A leaked list of Hollywood lovers penned by Lindsay Lohan reveals she's slept with at least 36 showbiz A-listers, including Justin Timberlake, Zac Efron, Adam Levine, Colin Farrell and Heath Ledger. LiLo reportedly jotted down her "personal conquest" tally at the Beverly Hills Hotel on January 30. "She was trying to impress her friends with the list and then tossed it aside," an eyewitness says. "They were giggling and talking s**t about people in the industry." A photo posted to InTouch Weekly's website shows several additional names blurred out.
Law enforcement sources say that members of the production crew on Keeping Up With the Kardashians are being intensely questioned about the $250,000 in jewelry and $50,000 in cash that went missing recently from the respective homes of Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian. The show's employees are considered prime suspects because whoever stole those items knew exactly where they were located. In the case of Khloe's stolen jewelry, it's also presumed that the thieves knew exactly how much the items were worth, since they left behind less expensive pieces of jewelry. In addition, no signs of forced entry were found in either home.
After 26 years together, Little People, Big World stars Matt and Amy Roloff have separated. The couple, who have four children -- twins Jeremy and Zack, 23, Molly, 20, and Jacob, 17 -- said in a joint statement issued through TLC that they've had rocky times in the marriage and now it's time to take a break. The Oregon-based couple's trial separation will be the focus of a new one-hour special on TLC on March 25. Filmed in the final weeks of 2013, the special shows Matt and Amy figuring out their new family dynamic as they prepare for the holidays with their children.
The Big Bang Theory will be geeking out on CBS for at least three more years. The network renewed the show's contract on Wednesday, ensuring the program will stay on the network through the 2016-17 season. Now in its seventh season, The Big Band Theory averages 19.79 million viewers per episode and is the top-rated comedy in primetime.
PRIME TIME TV
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Arizona's bad day escalates when she advises a patient on a potential double amputation; Derek breaks a promise; Stephanie and Jo find an abandoned baby; the nonfraternization rule leads to a suspension)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Sheldon is faced with a new reality when he visits his mom in Houston; a murder mystery party starts arguments)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Lyndsey finds out about Alan's relationship with Gretchen; Walden has a difficult time telling Barry to find his own place)
The Crazy Ones on CBS (Andrew's spirited and rowdy sisters come to the office to celebrate St. Patrick's Day -- Simon's least favorite holiday)
Community on NBC (Jeff, Shirley and Hickey's discovery of a hidden stash of textbooks causes power shifts within the group; Abed and Annie play a VCR game to decide who gets to choose their new roommate)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (Leslie runs afoul of local shock jocks when she creates a new town slogan; Andy discovers an interesting secret about Ron while scouting for bands to play the Unity Concert; Tom, Donna and April look for a restaurant locale)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (Twenty aspiring restaurateurs hoping to impress Ramsay present their signature dishes; after the opening night dinner service, contestants face elimination)
American Idol on Fox (The contestants face elimination; Harry Connick Jr. performs; Mali Music performs)
Saint George on FX (George wants to have an old-school Mexican birthday party for Harper)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie falls for the sexy daughter of his father's warring neighbor)
Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (After an argument in the lounge, the mentors confront the judges; Macklemore joins the panel)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Aftermath from the Lockdown event with updates from Miami; the debuts of Sandra and Tigre Uno)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (It's prank season and the girls bring on creepy crawlers, fart bags and ``klever'' costumes)
Portlandia on IFC (A celery salesman goes to great lengths to have celery become more popular; 911 dispatchers assure callers that it's beets; The Order Grill is open for lunch; Carrie declares social bankruptcy; a fed up office worker wants to become a gutter punk)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Bryan Cranston, Melissa Rauch, Le1f
Jimmy Fallon: Julianna Margulies, Patton Oswalt, Nate Bargatze
Jimmy Kimmel: Lady Gaga, Darby Stanchfield, the Preatures
Craig Ferguson: Kristen Bell, Michael McMillian, Adam Ray
Seth Meyers: Tilda Swinton, Warren Buffett, Carrie Brownstein, Lo-Fang
Carson Daly: "Chicagoland", Night Terrors of 1927, Katie Crown
Daily Show: Anita Hill
Colbert Report: Simon Schama
Chelsea Lately: Tyler Perry, John Caparulo, Grace Helbig, Bobby Lee
Conan O'Brien: Ben Stiller, Evangeline Lilly, the Wild Feathers (R 12/4/13)
Arsenio Hall: Omar Epps, Alison Teal & Jonathan Klay, Misty Copeland