Phil was on FoxNews to plug his new tome, the cleverly titled UnPHILtered.
Tallulah Willis is out
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' youngest daughter, 20-year-old fashion blogger Tallulah Willis, has left a treatment center after a six-week stretch, People reports. Why did she need rehab? The best anyone can surmise is "various issues," to quote People. TW has previously discussed the adverse effect of her parents' 2000 divorce. She also has battled an eating disorder, once dropping to 95 pounds. "I viewed super-skinny me as smart, intelligent," she told the mag.
Eva: It's the store clerks!
Eva Longoria thinks she's cracked the celeb-hack-gate mystery: She claims folks at her local Apple store accessed her personal data. "Yeah my Mac email, not hacked, just go get it from the stores, and I had a big problem with that," she tells Access Hollywood.
Joan Rivers out of ICU
Good news for fans of comic Joan Rivers, 81, who was rushed to the hospital last Thursday after she went into cardiac arrest during throat surgery in a doctor's office. Rivers' daughter and her cohost on E!'s Fashion Police Melissa on Wednesday said her mom "has been moved out of intensive care and into a private room where she is being kept comfortable." No further details on her condition.
The Rock chooses bad guy
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson had kept the world on tenterhooks as he decided whether to play hero Shazam in a forthcoming comic book movie adaptation, or his nemesis Black Adam.
"'Kneel at his feet or get crushed by his boot.' My honor to become ... #BlackAdam #TheAntiHero #DCComics," he tweeted Wednesday.
Kim Kardashian opines
The celeb nude-photo hacking scandal might help make us all as wise as Kim Kardashian.
"I think it's a wake-up call for people to make sure they have every privacy setting," KK tells BBC Radio. "It seems like there are a lot of people that love to spend their time hacking people's information and that's just a scary thing."
PhoneHackGate: The movie!
Could you get more topical?
Variety says George Clooney is set to direct an adaptation of Hack Attack by Brit reporter Nick Davies, which details the phone-hacking scandal that brought an end to Rupert Murdoch's News of the World.