April 20, 2011
Robert Pattinson confessed to Ellen DeGeneres that a gift she gave him ended up appearing in the last 'Twilight' film.
Ellen had given Rob a pair of "The Ellen DeGeneres' Show" underwear, and the 'Twilight' heartthrob tells Ellen, "I was doing the last 'Twilight' movie and I only had one pair [of underwear] left and they were [the 'Ellen' underwear]. We were doing this big fight scene and for some reason I think the shape of my body, my back is too long or something. So my *ss is constantly hanging out."
Rob continues, "I genuinely think I have a few two many extra vertebra or something. Every single shot we were doing this big fight and every shot has these Ellen underpants. It came to a point where producers are calling up my agent going, I don't know what he is up to but I don't like it."
Ellen replies, "Like there is some conspiracy theory of my underwear being in the movie or something."
Tune in to today's "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" for the full interview.
From L.A. to D.C., check out the stars out and about on this edition of GPS!
In D.C., we caught Charlie Sheen leaving the DAR Constitution Hall last night, surrounded by fans and press, as he boarded his "Violent Torpedo" tour bus after his lackluster show.
Fresh off her "Dancing with the Stars" elimination, Petra Nemcova was spotted leaving the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" set in Hollywood and the ousted star even stopped to sign autographs for fans.
Prince William travels to Botswana with his brother and best man Prince Harry, giving lessons in charity and having fun.
The princes made their first official tour of the African nation for the Tusk Trust organization which focuses on protecting wildlife on the continent.
"My mother instilled in Harry and I from a very young age that being grounded was very important," Prince William said in an interview with Ben Fogle for BBC America. "And for me I've really tried to keep that going and I know Harry has as well."
Prince William is a patron of Tusk Trust, which also promotes education.
"Prince William's Africa" premieres on BBC America this Sunday.
Nicole Dabeau has touched down in the birthplace of punk rock music, Camden Town. However, our colorful correspondent didn't come for the history lesson; she came for their famous market district.
With shops and foods from around the world, it's no wonder this popular bazaar gets over 150,000 visitors a week, making it London's fourth largest tourist attraction.
Check out Nicole taking a mini-tour of the sprawling marketplace!
"Dancing With the Stars" co-host Brooke Burke announced Tuesday night that Mark Ballas will perform a routine on next week's results show to the vocal accompaniment of rumored girlfriend, and ex-American Idol contestant Pia Toscano. When "Insider" correspondent Christina McLarty pressed him for details, Mark alluded to the possibility of a duet.
Mark neither confirmed nor denied a collaboration with Pia, rather he responded with a hopeful "perhaps," adding that he "wouldn't mind playing some guitar for her."
An emotional Petra Nemcova found the bright side of her elimination, calling the show "a life changing experience" that gave her the opportunity to make new friends, adding that she feels " its not the ending, it's the beginning of a beautiful chapter."
A visibly relieved Kendra Wilkinson confessed she believed this was their week to "go to 'Kimmel'."
Check out the video for more backstage action, and be sure to tune in next Monday for "guilty pleasure week."
"Dancing with the Stars" airs Mondays and Tuesdays on ABC.
Gwyneth Paltrow is proving she can do it all, from acting to singing and now cooking! The Academy Award-winning actress is showing that writing a cookbook isn't out of her range and took her talents to "The Rachael Ray Show" on Wednesday.
Having written 18 cookbooks in her day, Rachael Ray would know a thing or two about navigating through the kitchen. The vibrant host had nothing but high praises for Gwyneth's book, My Father's Daughter, as she called her book "incredibly charming," with the food "beautiful, clean, easy and accessible." Gwyneth, being the graceful lady she is, gave thanks to her father and the years of family dinners that led her to craft this literary gem.
See what else Gwyneth and Rachael cook up in the video!
On April 20, 1994, John Wayne Bobbitt was busy working on his very own adult film titled 'John Wayne Bobbitt: Uncut.'
After his much publicized marital troubles with wife Lorena Bobbitt, John made this film and another pornographic film in 1996. John describes this film as a way to get his story out by recreating much of his life and marriage…with a few extra sordid scenes thrown in for good measure.
In the interview, John talks about working after his surgery, which he describes as a "medical miracle."
Check out the video to see this classic interview with Mr. Bobbitt on the set of his X-rated film.
Could Kirstie Alley's dancing partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy be secretly married?
Then, how will Prince William and Kate Middleton's marriage save the Royal Monarchy?
Plus, the Backstory of Princes William and Harry.
And an in depth look at Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King's friendship -- Next "Insider"!
Petra Nemcova's survival instincts would have come in handy on "Dancing With the Stars." The courageous tsunami survivor was eliminated on Tuesday night.
Putting on a brave face as the news sunk in, the model said, "It's been a life changing journey." Partner Dmitry Chaplin also commended her for her progress since she first strapped on dancing shoes.
Though not necessarily in the bottom three, Kirstie Alley & Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Chris Jericho & Cheryl Burke were left in jeopardy until the very end of the show. Saved, those two couples will join the five other remaining pairings on Monday night's "Dancing With the Stars" on ABC.
Sometimes production doesn't always go as planned. TheInsider.com's Nicole Dabeau and her production crew found out last minute that the 6:00 P.M. London premiere of 'Arthur' was happening at a location nearly an hour outside the city at The O2 Arena cinemas.
Panicked and frenzied, they hopped from a gridlocked cab, to the claustrophobic rush hour tube (subway) to finally make it to the premiere where they witnessed a very affectionate Katy Perry and Russell Brand on their premiere date night.
Check out the video to see Nicole's panic attack as she rushed to cover the event and you can keep up with Nicole's crazy times in London by following @NicoleDabeau on Twitter.
Drew Barrymore has been in the biz for more than 35 years, and walked a lot of red carpets, but we aren't complaining - her ever-changing style is a wondrous thing to behold.
Let's rewind the clock on Drew, and check out a few of her best and worst red-carpet moments!
Check out clips from Monday's late night musical performances!
• Everest performed their song "Let Go" from their album On Approach on "Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" on CBS.
• Jessie J continued her late night media blitz, appearing with her song "Price Tag" from her album Who You Are on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"on ABC.
• Belgian girls choir Scala & Kolacny Brothers hit the stage at "Conan" on TBS to perform their famous rendition of Radiohead's "Creep," which was used in 'The Social Network' trailer.
Hugh Jackman is leading the new poverty awareness campaign by The Global Poverty Project, known as Live Below The Line.
For this new campaign, Jackman is asking people to live on only $1.50 a day for five days. Jackman says that this is the amount of money that 1.4 billion people worldwide live on for their entire lives.
The Global Poverty Project is hoping that the awareness created from this campaign will help educate and inspire people to become leaders in the global movement to end extreme poverty.
Watch the video to hear Jackman speak about this worthy cause.