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Steven Tyler Heading to Rehab

He plans to resume "writing, recording and performing with Aerosmith as soon as things are handled.”

By Adam K. Raymond

Steven Tyler: Quitter, or Just Moody?

When you're in a band with somebody who insists on staying in a separate hotel, it's not so easy to know when they've decided to quit.

By Zeke Turner

Adam Sandler is Everywhere

Plus: Steven Tyler nurses his wounds with fro-yo, and Ashley Judd acclimates to Harvard, all in our weekly celebrity dining roundup.

By Leila Cohan-Miccio

Fallin’ Off the Edge

Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler suffered minor injuries to his head, neck, and shoulder last night when he fell backwards off the stage at a South Dakota concert.

By Lane Brown

Anne Hathaway’s Humiliation Will Go On

The beloved actress has an interview coming out in the next 'In Style' in which she gushes over her disgraced ex-boyfriend Raffaello Follieri. That, and the rest of today's gossip in our daily column roundup.

Jessica Simpson Has the Same Crummy Friends As the Rest of Us

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Jessica Simpson got totally pissed at Eva Longoria for hanging out with her ex John Mayer at GoldBar. MSNBC pundit Lawrence O'Donnell, who plays a lawyer on Big Love, bashed Mormonism on The McLaughlin Group on Sunday. Richard Belzer says he's "hurt" his role on Law & Order: SVU has been cut back. PETA has dubbed the Olsen twins the "Trollsen Twins" because of their affinity for fur. Among the items in J.Lo's gift registry for her twins are a Balmoral enameled black carriage for a $3,495 and a $289 suede play mat.

Jeremy Piven Falls Over Petra Nemcova at Prada

Piven, Tyler, Nemcova
Of all the Fashion Week parties, the Prada-store event will always be good. They couldn't possibly top their last big Fashion Week bash with the Raconteurs, but we figured they might come close. And they did, sort of. We'd been looking forward to hearing Damien Hirst's formerly crack-addicted "maverick fucking geezer" friend Antony Green and his band the Hours play beneath a mockup of Hirst's $100 million skull. But pretty much from the second they started, we started to doze off. There were soundboard issues, and the music did not rock. Instead, we counted the celebs who had been able to squeeze their tiny bodies onto the steps opposite the stage (which is right in front of that big curvy thing in the middle of the store). Quite a few, it turned out.