Miley Cyrus is reportedly "furious" with her father over recent comments he made publicly about her role on Hannah Montana.
In an interview with GQ, Billy Ray Cyrus blamed the Disney series for "destroying" his family and causing his daughter to "go off the track".
A source told PopEater: "To say Miley is angry is an understatement. She's furious that her own flesh and blood would make a private matter so public. Who does he think he is, Michael Lohan?
Rolling Stone has revealed that an "editing error" resulted in Justin Bieber's comments on abortion being misquoted.
In an interview with the magazine, the 16-year-old said that he does not agree with abortion and appeared to make a controversial statement regarding pregnancies that are a result of rape.
However, Rolling Stone has since spoken out to clarify the remarks.
"Due to an editing error, this story originally included an incomplete quote from Justin Bieber," the magazine explained.
Gwyneth Paltrow has reportedly facilitated a truce between Glee creator Ryan Murphy and Kings of Leon.
Murphy previously slammed the band for refusing to allow their songs to be used in a future episode of Glee, prompting the group to fire back with what Murphy later deemed to be homophobic comments.
However, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Paltrow - who will soon reprise her guest role on the Fox musical series - played peacemaker between the stars, encouraging them to end the feud.
"It's all good now," said a source.
Reps for Murphy and Kings of Leon declined to comment.
Michelle Trachtenberg has explained that she prepared to shoot the March cover of Maxim magazine by partaking in a more stringent exercise routine.
The former Mercy star told OK that she altered her lifestyle in order to get into optimum physical condition.
"I did hit the gym a little harder," she said. "Instead of eating pizza five days a week as my main [food] group, I cut it down to one day."
Trachtenberg further explained that she's pleased by the reaction that her Maxim cover has received.
Britney Spears has pushed back the premiere of her new music video.
The singer, who was due to reveal the promo for 'Hold It Against Me' at 2.56am in the UK and 9.56pm EST in the US , has been forced to delay the time of its unveiling for "security reasons".
Spears will now show the clip on Friday at 5.55am in the UK on YouTube, with it's first televised showing on Daybreak at 7.25am, while MTV will premiere the video in the States at 9.55pm ET/PT.
Her manager Adam Leber tweeted: "Videos a bit longer than we expected (sic)."
Ne-Yo has criticised singers who heavily rely on Auto-Tune.
The singer and producer insisted that the voice-altering software should only be used as a "safety net" and not to help those who can't sing at all.
"Auto-Tune was meant to be a safety net. You sing and sing and sing and you don't want to blow your throat out trying to do the same note a thousand different times," he told Amuru TV.
"It was not meant to be wings. You weren't supposed to strap it to your back and jump off the building."
Henry Cavill has revealed that he panicked before auditioning for Zack Snyder's Superman movie.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the British actor said that he didn't feel like he was ready to screen test for the iconic superhero role because he had lost the muscular physique attained for fantasy epic Immortals.
"All I could think was: Oh, God. They’re going to look at me and go 'He's not Superman. Not a chance.' The actor inside me was going: 'You're not ready! You're not ready!'" Cavill said.
Warner Bros has denied that Guy Ritchie has signed on to direct 300 prequel Xerxes.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the studio dismissed reports of the helmer's involvement in the project as "an erroneous rumour".
Based on Frank Miller's upcoming Dark Horse miniseries, Xerxes tells the story of the Zoroastrian king of the Achaemenid Empire. The cinematic adaptation is said to be in development, but is yet to be greenlit.
It has been speculated that Zack Snyder may be unable to reprise his role as director for the prequel due to his Superman commitments.
Frankie Muniz has been accused of being involved in a domestic incident, in which his girlfriend alleges he put a gun to his head.
TMZ reports that the former Malcolm In The Middle star attended hospital following an argument with partner Elycia Turnbow at their home on Friday evening.
According to a police document, Turnbow alleged that Muniz "grabbed a gun and held it to his head, possibly with the intent of committing suicide", before she called one of his bandmates to ask them to take the musician to hospital.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is return to the WWE to guest host its WrestleMania XXVII event in April.
Johnson appeared on last night's edition of Monday Night Raw to officially announce his involvement in the annual pay-per-view spectacular.
"The Rock has come back to WrestleMania," he said. "The most electrifying man of all of entertainment is hosting the most electrifying event of all of entertainment!"
The Tooth Fairy actor wrestled for the organisation for seven years, before leaving to pursue an acting career full-time in 2003.