Bobby Brown was arrested in today on suspicion of driving under the influence after police pulled him over for driving while talking on a cell phone.
He was arrested in Los Angeles at 12:20 p.m. PT and booked in Van Nuys Jail, according to authorities. The Los Angeles Police Department said that the R&B star was released on his own recognizance Monday afternoon.
Brown has previously been convicted for driving under the influence. He was also arrested for misdemeanor battery against his late ex-wife, Whitney Houston, in 2003.
"Zou Bisou Bisou" didn't happen on a whim. During a conference call with reporters today, "Mad Men" actress Jessica Pare said that for Sunday's season five premiere, in which Megan serenades Don at his 40th birthday party, she lip-synced along with a track she previously recorded.
"I worked with David Carbonara, who does the music for the show, and I got to go into a real, grown up recording studio," she said. "We're hearing what I did in the recording studio."
Prior to that, Pare said she listened to the French pop song "a whole lot" and Matthew Weiner, "Mad Men's" executive producer, "gave me some pretty comprehensive notes to go along with it." As for the viral popularity of the song and the fact that it's now available for download on iTunes, Pare said she's "thrilled."
"I never thought I would make a single," she said, "let alone an actual, physical record, because there's a 7-inch vinyl out there too."
Kirk Cameron is fighting back against the "hate speech" he feels he's endured since calling homosexuality "unnatural," "detrimental," and "ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization" during a Friday appearance on "Piers Morgan Tonight" to promote his new film, " Monumental."
In an email statement released exclusively to ABCNews.com today, Cameron said that when Morgan asked him to share his views on homosexuality, "I spoke as honestly as I could, but some people believe my responses were not loving toward those in the gay community. That is not true. I can assuredly say that it's my life's mission to love all people."
"I should be able to express moral views on social issues," he said, "especially those that have been the underpinning of Western civilization for 2,000 years - without being slandered, accused of hate speech, and told from those who preach 'tolerance' that I need to either bend my beliefs to their moral standards or be silent when I'm in the public square."
Some girls get all the luck. While celebrating her 31st birthday over the weekend, Paris Hilton scored $30,000 playing blackjack at the Wynn Las Vegas .
Hilton tweeted about her haul, writing" "#BirthdayGirlsLuck. I love gambling." She later tweeted that the night was "EPIC."
The socialite is now jetting around the world promoting her new line of sunglasses. Apparently, even the rich have to work.
It's been quite a year for " Teen Mom " Amber Portwood .
The 21-year-old MTV star was arrested Monday in Indiana after a judge issued a warrant for her arrest for violating her probation on felony domestic battery charges, according to the Associated Press. Portwood was convicted in June of assaulting her ex-fiance and 3-year-old daughter's father, Gary Shirley , in 2010 and was given a suspended two-year jail sentence.
The AP reports that the probation revocation was sought for Portwood after she was accused of battery and public intoxication in connection with a fight at a restaurant in November. ( Portwood reportedly picked a fight with an unsuspecting IHOP patron.) She is also accused of not obtaining her GED or completing anger management classes as required, according to the AP.
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“I do, you know, want to make clear that I would never marry for a TV show, for money, for anything like that,” she said today on the Australian radio show “ Kyle and Jackie O.” ”And I think that’s really ridiculous that I have to even, you know, kind of defend that. But I guess that’s what comes along when you film your wedding for a reality show.”
Indeed. Kardashian’s been repeatedly rebuking reports that she engineered her wedding for a payday, writing on her blog Tuesday night that she’s “donating the money for all the gifts to the Dream Foundation,” which presumably includes the reported $2.5 million she got from People magazine and the $12 to $15 million she earned from the E! TV special about her nuptials.