Beyonce and Madonna Join Haiti Telethon- Conan Is Out, Leno Is Back- Nick Jonas Song Hits The Web- Ruben Studdard Larry Platt Pants on the Ground Duet? and more

Beyonce and Madonna have been added as performers to Friday's multi-network "Hope for Haiti Now" telethon, and Denzel Washington, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and former President Bill Clinton are among the participants. more

Conan O'Brien will end his short-lived stint as host of "The Tonight Show" on Friday after signing a $45 million exit deal with NBC that ends two weeks of embarrassing on-air bickering and allows Jay Leno to return to the flagship late-night comedy program after the bozos at NBC's lame-brained experiment failed. more. Conan is reportedly in talks to bring his show to a network with actual viewers more

Another new song from Nick Jonas has hit the web. Titled "Conspiracy Theory", the song is confirmed to appear among fresh materials in an upcoming studio album titled "Who I Am" which he records with The Administration. more

Ruben Studdard is interested in rerecording "Pants on the Ground" with Larry Platt. "He should come to Birmingham, Alabama, and get in the studio," Ruben says. "I'll put him on, we'll make a record, call it 'Pants on the Flo!' That song is gonna be a hit! I can't wait to get my first copy!" more

Remember that chick with the three foot long neck on "The" OC who kinda looked like E.T.? Don't expect her to phone home, since she apparently isn't paying the rent. AP reports that Mischa Barton's landlord says the actress is refusing to pay rent on her $7,000-a-month apartment in New York City. more

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