August 28, 2014
9:11 am
Listener Club

Tuesday's Morning Show!

   Shia LaBeouf has reportedly checked into a private rehab center in Los Angeles. The actor made headlines last week while in New York City, where he was arrested for disorderly conduct for smoking and acting belligerent during a performance of "Cabaret" on Broadway. According to sources, LaBeouf was driven from his home to the facility yesterday and was carrying a copy of "The Big Book" associated with Alcoholics Anonymous. It's been a rough year so far for the actor. Back in January he was involved in a scuffle at a London bar, where he headbutted another patron; and then in February he wore a paper bag over his head with the words "I am not famous anymore" written on it at the premiere of his film "Nymphomaniac" at the Berlin Film Festival in Germany.

      Cult favorite sitcom Community has been given new life a month after it was canceled by NBC, landing a sixth season pickup from Yahoo! Screen. Following network execs' decision not to renew the show, production company Sony Pictures Television shopped the show around to the likes of Hulu and Comedy Central. Yahoo! Screen ordered a 13 episode sixth season in the nick of time, as the cast's contracts were set to expire on June 30, the day the deal was announced by Yahoo! Dan Harmon, the show's creator, will return as executive producer.

      Beyonce is the most powerful star in the world, according to Forbes' 15th annual Celebrity 100 list. It's the first time the singer has topped the list since she was first included in 2004. Queen B is currently on tour with her husband Jay Z, and she won three trophies at Sunday night's BET Awards. She stunned fans last December when she dropped her self-titled album out of the blue. It was her fifth-consecutive number-one album, and it sold 1 million digital copies within six days of its release. Beyonce takes the top slot on Forbes' list away from Oprah Winfrey, who dropped from number one to the fourth spot this year.

Filed Under :
Enhanced Now Playing
Last 10
- 12:00am
Event Calendar

RadioFirst Events Calendar