Family day at the French Quarter!
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie took all the kids out for a walk through New Orleans, the town they call home. Sons Maddox, 9, and Pax, 7, daughters Zahara, 6, and Shiloh, 4, and twins, Knox and Vivienne, 2, were all in tow for the Sunday stroll.
During the course of the walk, the famous family stopped off at a deli near their home to pick up a few groceries.
Hit rewind and take a ride back to this day in history six years ago -- March 19, 2005 -- when then-Illinois Senator Barack Obama and his wife Michelle made an appearance at the NAACP Image Awards.
The current U.S. President was honored that year with the Chairman's Award, and he said, "It's obviously terrific to be honored this way but ultimately what matters is what the folks back home think, and so, you know, I'm greatly honored by the NAACP award, I probably wouldn't have come out were it not the NAACP, but ultimately my work is to make sure that I'm representing the people of Illinois as effectively as I can."
Despite having retired from the ring, heavyweight boxing legend Mike Tyson isn't playing golf in his free time, instead he's still training. But surprisingly instead of working in the ring, he's been busy training racing pigeons.
In a new interview with the former champ, Tyson talks about his upcoming Animal Planet show "Taking on Tyson" which follows him as he trains his birds for competitive racing.
A typical pigeon race involves having the birds travel a certain distance, Tyson says sometimes up to 1000 miles depending on the breed, and tracking how long each bird takes to return home.
Raising pigeons since he was nine years old living in Brooklyn, NY, Tyson says, "This is something I adore doing. This is the sport I am deeply involved in, emotionally involved in."
Tyson also relates how raising pigeons gave him his initial interest in becoming a fighter. "I happened to have an ordeal when an older guy took one of my birds," Tyson says, "He took the head off and threw the bird at me. He just totally humiliated me. I just decided to fight that day."
Even though pigeon racing and boxing seem like completely different sports, Tyson thinks otherwise. "It's like training for a fight actually. You have to prepare the bird every morning for the 20, 70 mile flight. Let them go, time them coming back. Like a fight. This is every day," Tyson says.
"Taking on Tyson" airs on Animal Planet on Sundays at 8PM ET/PT
Has Charlie Sheen lost his mind, or does he know exactly what he's doing? TLC is taking a behind-the-scenes look at the star's epic meltdown in "Charlie Sheen: On the Brink," in which his porn star ex-girlfriend says, "I don't know that Charlie."
"I have nothing negative to say about our relationship, about him as a man," says Ginger Lynn Allen an adult film star who dated Charlie in the early '90s. "The things that are in the media today, I try really hard to not watch, to not pay attention. I don't know that Charlie."
Ginger recalls Charlie to be "probably the most romantic man that I've ever dated," and recounts how they went to rehab together when they were an item.
"His family did feel that there was a need, and when he and I spoke about it and discussed it, I said, 'You know what? We can do this. Let's do it together,'" she explains. "And so we did. He went in, got sober. We went to meetings together, stayed sober together for over a year."
With Charlie's headline-making partying, has he become a bad example for addicts? Mackenzie Phillips, now sober after years of substance abuse, shares her concern.
"I know that there is someone out there in a dark room with a needle and a spoon watching Charlie on Ustream," she says. "That scares me, you know? I know what it's like to be the person in a dark room with a needle and a spoon. And this not the stuff you need to hear."
As for the situation that resulted in Charlie's young twins being taken away from him, Mackenzie says, "If you're thinking in your right mind, you wouldn't continue this type of behavior to the point where they come and take your children away in the dark."
NBC's Jeff Rossen, who spent quality time interviewing Charlie, says in the documentary, "In the time I spent with him recently, I really do believe he was clean and sober. I think his biggest challenge now, as I said to him in the interview, is sustaining that long-term. Strong people relapse. When you're an addict, you can relapse. We're all human beings. He says that he's made this decision in his head that he's not going to relapse. It's for trolls, it's for the weak."
"Charlie Sheen: On the Brink" airs Sunday night on TLC.
Katy Perry wows her London fans, Daniel Radcliffe spotted on the streets of New York! We've got all this fun footage and more!
Perry is filmed performing her California Dreams tour in London while recently separated Pete Wentz is also spotted on stage in Toronto.
Meanwhile, Daniel Radcliffe dashes past the paps in the Big Apple while Sandra Bullock is seen walking around the set of her new movie with baby Louis.
Check out the video for more, including Lindsay Lohan and her siblings leaving the Knicks game in NYC.
Billy Ray Cyrus made a guest appearance on ABC's "The View" Friday to confirm that he has called off his divorce from wife Tish, saying his life "was a dark mess; a storm like you've never seen in your life."
"I think life got a bit out of control for everyone," admitted the country star, likening fame to feeling like you're "strapped to a rocket."
Billy Ray said he regretted the recent GQ interview he did in which he blamed the Disney Channel's "Hannah Montana" show for breaking up his family. "Doing an interview when you're mad and scared is a whole lot like going to the grocery store when you're hungry," he said.
He added, "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."
The 49-year-old star confirmed that he has indeed "dropped the divorce," and reported, "Things are really the best they've ever been," and that "I wanted to put the family back together."
Of his relationship with daughter Miley Cyrus, he said things are, "The best they've ever been. 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. … We've laughed a lot in the last couple days." He defended a recent incident in which she was accused of being drunk, explaining that she said she was blinded by a swarm of paparazzi, and he optimistically said, "I felt her destiny was to bring hope to the world."
Billy Ray also joked that director David Lynch may be the root of his problems, explaining that after he was cast in 'Mulholland Drive,' Lynch encouraged him to focus on acting, which in turn inspired Miley to follow in his footsteps. "Who would have expected that David Lynch is responsible for this whole mess?" he said with a smile.
The country singer also performed the new single from his upcoming record, I'm An American, which he says is "a tribute to our soldiers."
As the new season of "Dancing with the Stars" approaches, two of the contestants are hard at work preparing for the grueling weeks to come.
One contestant, former Super Bowl champion and Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, Hines Ward is paired with veteran Kym Johnson.
On working with Hines, Kym says, "He is definitely a workaholic. He's already got his posture and he's really smart. He picks things up really quickly. That's great for me because it's so easy to teach him."
Despite having played in the Super Bowl though, Hines says, "It's a lot of pressure, but at the same time, we want to win it. They never remember second place."
Kym and Hines will dance the Cha Cha for their first performance.
Another hard-working contestant, Disney Channel star Chelsea Kane, is partnered with pro-dancer Mark Ballas.
"I was so happy when I found out I had Mark," Chelsea says. "I thought I had Maksim [Chmerkovskiy], everyone told me I had Maks. When I walked in and saw Mark, I was instantly at ease. We love to have a good time, and that's why I signed on to the show."
Following in the footsteps of her Disney co-star and former "Dancing" contestant Kyle Massey, Chelsea is hoping to repeat his success. "I think Kyle left some pretty big shoes to fill. He did so well and was so charming and loveable. I think we definitely are that way," Chelsea says.
Chelsea and Mark will perform the foxtrot as their first dance.
The new season of "Dancing With The Stars" premieres on Monday, March 21, 2011 on ABC.
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.