Sheen vs. Lorre, again, over 'Men'
Who said this lovely sentence?: "To go that low and be that immature and that completely unevolved and that stupid - in my face, really? . . . You must feel safe where you live."
If you guessed Charlie Sheen talking about Two and a Half Men boss Chuck Lorre - you win!
Why the ire? Because of the vanity card Lorre showed after the series' final episode: "I know a lot of you might be disappointed that you didn't get to see Charlie Sheen in tonight's finale. For the record, he was offered a role . . . [at the end] we would drop a piano on him. We thought it was funny. He didn't." Well, that seems clear.
Twain and her so-called bff
Shania Twain tells Watch What Happens Live's Andy Cohen that "I wish I'd never met" a certain former best friend. That would be Marie-Anne Thiébaud, said to have had a 2011 affair with Twain's now-discarded hub, Mutt Lange. Twain says she's good now. Her farewell tour will do just the hits.
Crumbs at the bottom of the box . . .
Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke say they'll appeal the "Blurred Lines" court decision that went against them, to the sour tune of $7.3 million. . . . All five surviving guys of Monty Python's Flying Circus - Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, John Cleese, Terry Jones, and Eric Idle - will be at a 40th anniversary showing of Monty Python and the Holy Grail at the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC in April. . . . Bruce Jenner has halted, for now, that docu-series on his change lady-ward. . . . Super-pretty supermodel Bar Refaeli is engaged to boyfriend Adi Ezra. . . . Remember how Kristin Scott Thomas said last year she was quitting flicks? Well, whew, she changed her mind. She's in the upcoming Suite Française.
- Compiled by Inquirer Staff