CBS admits they owe money.
Jo-Ann sells a fleece fabric printed with O's that look a lot like Coach's C's.
His self-published newspaper, the 'Louboutin Times.'
The tabloid cops to spying on celebs.
YSL made some pumps that were red and had red soles to match.
Chris Armstrong is getting his revenge on Andrew Shirvell.
Gorilla wasn't the only Park Slope coffee shop to face labor strife.
Remember all those SPARKS at their second wedding?
Wearing only a bra!
The problems started with a scent called "Radiance," naturally.
And look at gay porn.
Juan Pablo Pichardo is sick and tired of being treated like a child.
Along with the sketchy contract AA models must sign, pledging confidentiality.
The girl who says she was stripped of her title for gaining weight won her suit against the pageant.
Her lawyer says Charney forced her into sex acts, and another accuser into phone sex.
Another week, another AA sex suit.
Over a knockoff bakery in Greece.
But it's okay if they do it on TV?
"Sirius needed Stern more than Stern needed Sirius."
And surprisingly, it's not because the show is terrible.