Female bonding! Kelly Osbourne tweeted that she was "proud" of Kathy Griffin for also bolting Fashion Police. Griffin announced that she was leaving the E! show after just seven episodes on Thursday. The former Life on the D List star tweeted her reason for exiting the show that just doesn’t seem to be able to recover from Joan Rivers’ death. "I discovered that my style does not fit with the creative direction of the show and now it's time to move on," Griffin wrote.
A judge in Los Angeles has approved new guidelines for Lindsay Lohan to perform community service at a London-based charity as part of her reckless driving case. Court records show a prosecutor and lawyer for Lohan presented an agreement on Wednesday for the actress to continue work with CSV, which helps neglected children and disabled adults in London.
Judge Mark A. Young ordered the 28-year-old Lohan to re-do 125 hours of her community service after a prosecutor learned she had been given credit for performing in a stage production of Speed-the-Plow.
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TV’s Real Housewives franchise is giving U.S. viewers a taste of life down under. The Real Housewives of Melbourne is the first international version of the show that’s been exported to the U.S. to air in prime time. Its first season aired last summer in America on Sunday afternoons. Now, the show has moved to 9 p.m. Thursdays on Bravo.
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Eric Clapton will celebrate his 70th birthday with two shows at Madison Square Garden in May. The iconic guitarist announced Thursday that he will perform at the famed New York City venue May 1-2. He turns 70 on March 30.
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Revenge of the Nerds star Robert Carradine was cited with careless driving in a crash in Colorado. The wreck happened March 5 near Dolores, about 400 miles from Denver, during fair weather. According to the Colorado State Patrol, the 60-year-old actor, the half brother of actor David Carradine, drifted into the oncoming lane while heading north on Colorado Highway 145, crashing into a tractor-trailer. Carradine and his wife, Edith, were not seriously injured, nor was the truck driver. The hood was ripped from Carradine’s 2003 Mercury Marauder, and its windshield was smashed in.