In a busy week for celebrity news, LL Cool J defends his hugely controversial new song 'Accidental Racist', Lindsay Lohan gives as good as she gets on Letterman, and Rihanna (Finally) splits from Chris Brown.
Don't Mess With The Lohan: Though David Letterman probed and probed, Lindsay Lohan gave an assured performance on the Late Show this week, following her sentencing to three months in locked down rehabilitation. A healthy looking Lindsay spoke about what she's looking to get out of the experience and even had room for a few quips.
Accidental Racist: LL Cool J and Brad Paisley have joined forces on a country-hip-hop hybrid. Now, whether that appeals or sounds like you're worst nightmare, you've probably heard that it's caused quite a stir for its treatment of race relations in the lyrics. LL is standing by the "bold statement."
Rhi-Rhi Splits: Well, it looks as though Rihanna has seen sense and decided her rekindled relationship with Chris Brown just couldn't work. That's the gossip anyway. Reports suggest Rihanna was keen on giving the once-blossoming romance one last chance, though things were too difficult.
Lucky Guy: Thought it was never really in doubt, Tom Hanks wowed critics with his debut Broadway performance last week. The Hollywood legend stars in the late Nora Ephron's Lucky Guy and does the writer proud, by all accounts.
Goodbye, Buckwild: Following the tragic passing of Shain Gandee, MTV have decided to cancel Buckwild, saying it was not appropriate to continue the show without him. Gandee died of carbon monoxide poisoning in his Bronco last week, after it got trapped in mud during an off-road excursion.
Upton Girl: Is Kate Upton dating Mr Sean Combs, aka, P Diddy? That's been the talk this week, though the model's representatives have attempted to put the stoppers on the story. They were reportedly spotted kissing at a recent event in Miami, though her spokesperson says they've only met once - a year ago. Hmm.
Stone Me! So anyone looking to secure a ticket for The Rolling Stones at Hyde Park, London, had just three minutes to do so. They sold out in super quick time, leading the band to confirm a second night at the park venue this summer. Second time lucky?
For God's Sake: Pretty funny news from hoaxville this week, after a naughty internet prankster totally fooled fans of Pastor Joel Osteen. The perpetrator set up fake YouTube news reports and websites in a bid to make people believe Osteen had renounced his faith.
Video of the Week: This week's hottest footage comes from New York, where Odd Future man Tyler The Creator was having fun with fans ahead of his performance on The Late Show with David Letterman. Tyler pulls out his cell phone and takes a snap of himself, before showing his underwear to the photographers!