Hit rewind and take a ride back to this day in history nine years ago – March 18, 2002 -- when 'Twilight' star Kristen Stewart was just a girl of 11 hitting the red carpet for the premiere of 'Panic Room.'
Watch Kristen, who starred in the film along with Jodie Foster as her mom, at one of her first major red carpet events!
Hollywood has been rallying to help earthquake/tsunami victims in Japan any way they can, but on Thursday actress Rose McGowan admitted to a feeling of helplessness concerning the matter.
"My stand-in on the movie I'm doing right now, she's half Japanese, her whole family's from Sendai and four of them are missing," Rose said at a Millennium Network event in Los Angeles. "It's brutal to watch her go through it."
The Millennium Network helps connect people under the age of 45, getting them involved with the Clinton Foundation which has helped millions of HIV/AIDS victims by giving them the opportunity to obtain treatment.
Despite her donations to the Red Cross, Rose admitted to harboring a feeling of impotence, wishing she could do more.
Drake gave a special performance at the event and he disclosed similar thoughts on aiding disaster victims.
"We've all done it individually, what we can," said Drake. "I would love to do something on a broader scale and get some powerful musicians together and do something."
While helping natural disaster victims abroad, Rose had fallen victim to a cyber criminal who hacked into her email.
"For the last six months somebody created an email and all of my emails -- incoming and outgoing -- have been going to this email, whoever that person is," said Rose, who revealed that she resolved the issue last week. "It's very violating and it's frustrating."
Click the video to hear how Drake has battled with cyber hacking.
Rob Dyrdek is back performing his sometimes dangerous but always hilarious stunts, one of them featuring Justin Bieber.
The Biebs guest starred in the upcoming season of "Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory," driving a go cart up a skateboarding ramp.
Dyrdek's friend, bodyguard Big Black (real name Christopher Boykin), also returns for the show's fourth season. Black co-starred with Dyrdek on MTV's "Rob & Big" from 2006 to 2008.
Watch the clip to see Dyrdek get tackled by a tiger. "Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory" returns to MTV with all-new episodes on April 4.
Elizabeth Taylor in the hospital for over a month -- what's really happening with the screen legend's health?
Then, the Top 10 most inspiring rags-to-riches stories! And can you guess the star that lived out of her car?
Plus, starting next week on "The Insider," the animated movie 'Rio' comes to life as "The Insider" hosts from South America's sexiest city!
The girl power is weakening on "American Idol" this season. Voters have eliminated a songstress for the second week in a row.
Thursday night, 21-year-old New Yorker Karen Rodriguez met her fate. She made her last minute plea with an English and Spanish rendition of Mariah Carey's "Hero." Randy Jackson delivered the sorrowing news: "This is not unanimous…The judges here are not going to use the save tonight."
Karen, a student at the esteemed Berklee College of Music, broke language barriers when she first sang "Hero" in Spanglish on a previous episode. For her initial audition, she utilized "Idol"'s new cyber-friendly auditions by submitting on Myspace.
The Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am said his group's performance of "Just Can't Get Enough" was "dedicated to our friends in Japan." Last season's champ Lee Dewyze also treated the studio and television audiences to his single "Beautiful Like You." "American Idol" airs Wednesday and Thursday nights on Fox.
The Black Eyed Peas debuted their new single on tonight's "American Idol" and dedicated the song to victims of the disaster in Japan.
"This song is about love and strength and is dedicated to our friends in Japan," said will.i.am, as he began "Just Can't Get Enough" with Fergie, who sat atop a white piano. All members of the group were dressed in white for their rousing performance on the hit FOX music competition.
The Black Eyed Peas just released their new video for "Just Can't Get Enough," which was filmed in Japan just a week before the earthquake/tsunami disaster.
Billy Ray Cyrus tells ABC's "The View" that he decided to halt the divorce with wife Tish in a bid to "put my family back together."
The country crooner filed for divorce in 2010 but revealed last month that his family was "working together to make sure our future is stronger and healthier." Billy Ray also made headlines recently for implying that the Disney TV show "Hannah Montana" had ruined his family.
When asked on "The View" whether he still feels the same way about "Hannah Montana," Billy Ray responds: "I don't think 'Hannah Montana' ruined my family, but to set the record straight, I love 'Hannah Montana.' I love Disney. That didn’t tear my family apart. Now fame, fame is a different animal, you've got to be careful with that thing."
In the exclusive interview, the singer also says his relationship with daughter Miley Cyrus has recently gotten closer. "I feel like I kind of got my Miley back in a way. I feel like we are the daddy and the daughter that we were before 'Hannah Montana' happened," Billy Ray said.
When asked about pictures that emerged of Miley looking allegedly intoxicated, Billy Ray said her daughter told him: "It's embarrassing. It hurts my feelings." He said Miley continued: "It was a lie. I wasn't drinking. I wasn't drunk. I was just trying to get to my car after a meeting."
The entire interview airs live on ABC's "The View" tomorrow beginning at 11 a.m.
'Training Day' director Antoine Fuqua, along with Morgan Creek Productions and Skee.TV, are scouring the World Wide Web to find a newcomer to play legendary rapper Tupac Shakur in their upcoming motion picture.
Aspiring actors who think they can embody the late rap star can submit an audition video to www.InSearchOfTupac.com
"We are excited to partner with Morgan Creek on this innovative casting call," Skee.TV founder Scott "DJ Skee" Keeney said in a statement. "This audition process is a great example of utilizing today's ever-evolving technology to reach fans and actors around the world to pay homage to a hip-hop legend."
This inventive approach to find a suitable choice to play Tupac is relying on individuals who can bring realism to the part without the use of big names or fanciful portrayals of the recording artist.
"We're looking for someone with the right mix of raw charm and charisma for the role," producer David Robinson declared. "At this point, we're more concerned about finding someone with the ability to give their entire heart into the performance than just looks and personality."
'Tupac' takes a look at the Tupac Shakur's life including his ascension to fame in hip-hop, including his segue into acting and his part in the divisive East Coast/West Coast rap feud. The film also has Academy Award nominated writers Stephen J. Rivele and Christopher Wilkinson ('Nixon') attached and Afeni Shakur, Tupac's mother, set to executive produce.
Everyone from Julianne Hough talking about boyfriend Ryan Seacrest to Tiger Woods walking the streets of New York, we've got some of your favorite stars in this all-new paparazzi footage!
Hough and Woods weren't the only ones seen in the Big Apple. Selena Gomez and Tyra Banks were spotted outside of the MTV studios, while Katie Holmes and daughter Suri were snapped near the Gershwin Theater.
Check out the video for more from your favorite stars, including Tom Hanks and and Kat Von D, who answers wedding questions!
Mel Gibson turned himself in to police Wednesday night less than a week after he plead no contest to misdemeanor battery against Oksana Grigorieva, and now cameras have her in the crosshairs!
Gibson turned himself in Wednesday night to be booked at the El Segundo police department in Southern California and posted a $20,000 bail. Last Friday the embattled star was sentenced to 36 months of probation, a 52-week domestic violence course (which he started in January), 16 hours of community service with Mending Kids International, and a $400 domestic violence fine, among other lesser fines.
Michaele Salahi has gone through an investigation, a congressional court hearing and an unceremonious exit from "Celebrity Rehab," and she claimed all the stress in her life is starting to show on her face.
"Today I'm really excited," said Michaele. "I'm meeting the doctor and I'm going to have botox… a little juvederm - fill in the fine lines."
"This is congress. This is the White House," Tareq joked, referring to lines on Michaele's face that she insists weren't there before the couple's infamous jump into the media spotlight.
Dr. Michael Niccole performed Michaele's cosmetic procedure, which she claimed wasn't as painful is it could have been due to Niccole's gentle touch.
So is another reality show in the works for Michaele?
"I'd love to do 'Dancing with the Stars,'" she says. "That's where I should've gone - 'Dancing with the Stars' instead of 'Rehab.'"
Check out the all-new full-length trailer for 'Friends with Benefits'!
Brought to you by 2010's 'Easy A' director Will Gluck, this unconventional romantic comedy stars Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis. Fresh from some of the biggest films of 2010, the two play friends who, after experiencing disastrous breakups, decide to try their hands at adding uncomplicated sex to their friendship.
Keep an eye out for special appearances from the likes of Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson and SNL's Andy Samberg.
'Friends with Benefits' hits theaters July 22, 2011.
James Durbin impressed Steven Tyler so much with his rendition of Bon Jovi's "I'll Be There For You" on "American Idol" Wednesday night that Tyler struck a deal of a lifetime for the aspiring rocker.
"I don't want to spoil the Aerosmith until the finale," said Durbin after Tyler gushed about his spirited performance.
"You save it and I'll come up and sing it with you," Tyler quickly replied.
To seal the deal, Durbin approached the dais and shook Tyler's hand.
Keep watching "American Idol" Wednesday and Thursday nights on FOX to see if Tyler makes good on his promise.