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.
"The Insider" correspondent Christina McLarty gained access into Kendra Wilkinson's "Dancing with the Stars" rehearsal with her pro dance partner Louis Van Amstel, getting the former Playboy Playmate to open up about what viewers can expect from her on the show.
"You're known for your 'Booty Dance,'" said Christina. "Are you going to accent your derriere?"
"She has no choice," Louis said, before giving his own rendition of the famous dance move. "She has to do it."
As her notable dance would suggest, some perceive Kendra to be uninhabited and according to Louis, Kendra's wardrobe will add to this effect. The dancing pro told Christina that his partner's outfits will be "very" revealing.
Perhaps because one of her dances is already famous, Kendra has been looked at as this season's front runner, but she didn't seem confident with this attribution.
"It's too much pressure," said Kendra. "I just don't like it. I've always been the underdog and that's kind of my drive right there and when people say I'm already going to win... We haven't even started! How can I win if we haven't even started? I want to win the first competition first and then build my way up."
Watch the season premiere of "Dancing with the Stars" March 21 only on ABC.
In Insider's sneak peek of the upcoming episode of "Kourtney and Kim Take New York," Kim Kardashian expresses fears that her relationship with her sisters is changing.
After months of hard work, the Kardashian sisters are excited for the grand opening of their new DASH store in New York City. But when Khloe arrives and quickly pairs up with Kourtney and heads off to the store, Kim is inadvertently left behind -- leaving her hurt and jealous.
"The fact that Kourtney and I have been working on this store by ourselves and then Khloe just waltzes in and they go leave without me as if I'm not even a part of it, really hurts my feelings," Kim vented.
"It's really hurting my feelings that the two of them are completely ignoring me on our DASH opening. We should be so excited that we did this together." Later she confides in Kourtney's boyfriend Scott Disick: "I just feel like I'm totally like drifting apart from them."
Watch the full episode on E! this Sunday, March 20 at 10pm ET/PT to also see Scott land a cover shoot for a large magazine, but then end up berating his new assistant for buying him the wrong underwear!
Hit rewind and take a ride back to this day in history 22 years ago – March 17, 1989 – when Godfather of Soul James Brown was incarcerated in Georgia for a drug and assault conviction.
"I hope that I get out soon and resume my job and operations, not only for the United States, but for the world as well. I had a chance to meet with the Pope, and I've done a lot of things for a harmonious relationship between our country and other countries, and I want to continue those things," Brown said at the time.
CBS News reported that Brown was eventually pardoned by the state for the crimes, for which he served 2 1/2 years in prison.
Brown passed away in 2006 at age 73.
Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts reunite for the first time since 2007's 'Charlie Wilson's War' in the new dramatic comedy 'Larry Crowne.'
Tom plays Larry Crowne, an average guy recently fired from his big-box job, who decides to reinvent himself by going back to school. There he develops a crush on his public-speaking teacher played by Julia Roberts. Not content with merely acting on camera, Tom also takes the reins behind the scenes as director, producer and co-writer with 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' star Nia Vardalos. Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad"), Taraji P. Henson ('The Karate Kid'), Cedric the Entertainer ('Madagascar'), Pam Grier ('Jackie Brown'), Wilmer Valderrama ("That '70s Show"), George Takei ("Heroes") and Mrs. Hanks herself, Rita Wilson ('Sleepless in Seattle') round out this all-star cast.
'Larry Crowne' comes to theaters July 1.
Celebrities spoke out on Wednesday during the Night at Sardi's fundraiser, sharing why they feel it is especially important for prominent members of society to publicly give aid to those in need.
"When [celebrities] start helping I feel like everyone else wants to copy and follow in their footsteps, so it's extremely important," said Kaley Cuoco.
Since a monstrous 8.9 earthquake struck Japan on March 11, aid has been pouring in from all over the country to help those affected by the devastation.
"[The Walt Disney Company is] giving a substantial donation to Red Cross," said President and CEO of The Walt Disney Co., Robert Iger, who was honored at the event for his commitment to the Alzheimer's Association. Iger went on to reveal that the media organization will also "match some of that giving" that the company's employees facilitate for the tragedy.
Celebrities wouldn't be able to donate funds without their day jobs, so performers like Maksim Chmerkovskiy have been hard at work rehearsing for the new season of "Dancing with the Stars," which premieres March 21 on ABC. The pro dancer dished on his partner Kirstie Alley and the difference between her and his past partners.
"I think that the magnitude of her celebrity is higher than what I had to deal with before," Maksim admitted. The ballroom warrior went on to address rumors that he wasn't getting along with Kirstie, saying, "Being here for six years I thought I knew it all, but I'm just realizing what it's like when you find out stuff about yourself in the papers and you're like, 'That's not what happened. What is this?' I mean, I guess it's Hollywood. I'm going to go out and say this is my top two best relationships on "Dancing with the Stars" I ever had. This woman is phenomenal."
Before the big "Dancing with the Stars" premiere, we have the yearbook photos of Kirstie Alley, Kendra Wilkinson, Ralph Macchio and more!
Then, soccer, tennis, football -- we count down the Top 10 all-new sports hunks!
And Vera Wang, the queen of wedding fashion... We go inside her New York wedding fashion show! Next "Insider"!
Drew Barrymore, Malin Akerman, Molly Sims, Anna Kendrick, Camila Alves, and more of Hollywood's fashionistas mixed it up at Intermix on Tuesday night in Los Angeles.
Rag & Bone designer David Neville was excited to promote the collection's rainbow of denim. In a teal pair of jeans, Anna Kendrick said, "They're a little out of my comfort zone, but I saw them and I thought I'd take a risk."
Model Camila Alves praised, "I really liked how Rag & Bone used a lot of different materials that are out there and how they mix materials together. [They're] simplistic, but still with very much style."
Watch the video to see these trendy stars browse the racks.
Go behind the scenes of epic action fantasy 'Sucker Punch,' starring Emily Browning, Jon Hamm and Vanessa Hudgens in this Entertainment Tonight exclusive first look.
Vanessa says of the explosive and stylistic film, "It's just such a wild ride. And I think the entire movie people are just going to be constantly taking hits to the face."
For his part, "Mad Men" star Jon promises, "People think that they're coming for one movie and they get a completely different experience -- that's a sucker punch."
'300' and 'Watchmen' director Zack Snyder once again whips up a frothy mix of vivid action and surreal fantasy as Emily Browning uses her vibrant imagination to attempt an escape after she is institutionalized by her wicked stepfather. Carla Gugino, Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone and Jamie Chung also star.
'Sucker Punch' blasts into theaters on March 25.
The Insider takes you inside the home of a woman obsessed with bikinis, sweaters, dresses and shoes. Watch this clip from "Hoarding: Buried Alive" to see her struggle to control the obsession and save her relationship with her frustrated daughter.
The latest episode also takes on another extreme hoarding case involving a successful lawyer whose family is worried that he'll one day die in his filthy house alone with so much clutter around him that he won't be discovered for days.
"Hoarding: Buried Alive" exposes the homes of extreme hoarders and explores the psychology behind their compulsion to accumulate & store large quantities of nonessential things.
With the help of expert therapists & organizers, the hoarders attempt to unlock the key to their obsessions in hope of reclaiming their lives.
"Hoarding: Buried Alive" airs Wednesdays at 10 on TLC.
Katie Holmes with Suri! Bradley Cooper in New York City! The biggest stars stepped out and we have all of the exciting footage!
Katie and Suri made a (late) girls night out as they were spotted around midnight in the Big Apple.
Meanwhile, also in New York was 'Limitless' star Bradley Cooper, seen leaving "The Late Show with David Letterman."
Check out the video for more with your favorite stars, including Kim Kardashian and Pee Wee Herman himself!