Sideshow: MiCy report

"I'm the happiest I've ever been in my whole life," MiCy said on "Today."
"I'm the happiest I've ever been in my whole life," MiCy said on "Today." (CHARLES SYKES / Invision /AP)
Posted: October 10, 2013

It's become too taxing to resist the daily onslaught of faux news about Miley Cyrus. We surrender: We'll publish every scrap we see.

In the latest, the overexposed singer's pa, Billy Ray Cyrus, has decided to open up about the state of Miley's soul in these dark times since her engagement to Liam Hemsworth collapsed and she began making a fool of herself with phallic objects in front of every camera pointed at her.

MiCy, BiCy says, is doing remarkably well. "All I know for sure is I heard my daughter say today she's the happiest she's ever been in her life immediately following" the breakup, he tells Entertainment Tonight's Nancy O'Dell. Miley concurs. Monday she told Today's Matt Lauer, "I'm the happiest I've ever been in my whole life."

Hanks on diabetes

Do celebs contribute to the social good by revealing their illnesses? Our ailment du jour is type 2 diabetes, and its messenger Tom Hanks.

The 57-year-old actor, whose genetic code was engineered to make him a good guy, told David Letterman Monday night that he's battled high blood sugar for decades. He was 36 when his doc told him, "You've graduated. You've got type 2 diabetes, young man," Hanks said. He's feeling better, lost some weight, he added.

Fried-food advocate Paula Deen received far less sympathy last year when she revealed she had the condition.

Nelly: Political rebel

St. Louis rapper and actor Nelly ( Cornell Iral Haynes Jr.) is so fed up with the government shutdown, he says he's entitled to stiff the feds on his tax bills as long as the federal gov stiffs the country. "I'm trying to campaign, since the government ain't working, we shouldn't have to pay taxes," he told VH1 Tuesday. "Because, you know, paying taxes is supposed to pay for the government, which in turn is not working."

Are we witnessing the birth of a new tea (or more accurately, reefer) party?

Lil' tidbits

Jackass' Bam Margera on Saturday wed Nicole Boyd on stage at the Random Hero rock festival in Iceland. . . . Despite reports she's ready to ditch him, Khloé Kardashian will make hub Lamar Odom suffer her love to the bitter end. "If I love u. It's a deep 4 ever love. Ride til the end," she tweeted Tuesday. "Not all scars can be seen and not all love can be explained."

Dr. Drew meet Dr. LiLo?

Lindsay Lohan, who owns a drug and alcohol rehab frequent flier card, has decided to share the gift of recovery: She's founding her very own rehab.

"All I know is that since I am in the business and she is doing so well, she would like to give back," her dad, Michael, tells Hollyscoop.com. "She did mention it!"


This column includes information from Inquirer wire services. sideshow@phillynews.com

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