Reality TV People News - June 2005
Second season "American Idol" winner Ruben Studdard has accused his former manager Ronald W. Edwards of identity theft and forgery.
Former "American Idol" contestant Corey Clark has said the citation he received in Sacramento was "a huge misunderstanding."
International Creative Management has signed reality show creator Bruce Nash for representation in all areas.
A U.S. magazine poll rates Jessica Simpson's hair as the most desirable.
Kelly Clarkson, the first "American Idol," tells World Entertainment News Network that she only dates men she could marry.
Corey Clark, the former "American Idol" contestant who claimed an affair with Paula Abdul has been charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend in a hotel room.
William Hung, best known as being the most memorable, rejected talent show contestant on Fox's "American Idol" has released an album of U.S. summer songs.
Carrie Underwood, who only a month ago became the fourth winner of "American Idol," now has country's top single with her "Inside Your Heaven."
Winning a $1.5 million dream mansion has turned into a nightmare for an unemployed Illinois man who can't afford the $663,000 in federal and property taxes.
Martha Stewart is looking for the worst cooks in the United States to become students during her latest television venture.
Singer Bobby Brown jokes about his encounters with the law in "Being Bobby Brown," a Bravo reality TV program that Brown says shows he is more good than bad.
Birmingham, Ala.-native Bo Bice, runner-up of the fourth season of Fox's "American Idol," has been signed to 19 Recordings/RCA Records.
Is he being bitterly honest or just bitter? Only he knows.
Paris Hilton has announced she's giving two more years to being a television celebrity before becoming a mother.
Pop idol Jessica Simpson is preparing to roll out her own clothing lines, with the clothes timed to hit U.S. stores when her new movie hits the theaters.
A reported spat between pop singer Ashlee Simpson and actress Lindsay Lohan has turned out to be a big misunderstanding.
A full-length version of the recording of "I Love Paris," the song featured in Paris Hilton's controversial Carl's Jr. TV ad, is being released on iTunes.
Troubled former "Partridge Family" child star Danny Bonaduce says he's sober after another stint in rehab.
Martha Stewart may sell her famed Turkey Hill Farm home in Westport, Conn., for about $10 million, the New York Post reported Monday.
Rocker Ozzy Osbourne's 20-year-old daughter, Kelly, is back in rehab, Us Weekly reports.
"American Idol" star Clay Aiken is opening a summer camp for disabled kids in his home state of North Carolina.
Cameron Diaz and one of her MTV reality show producers are suing the National Enquirer for $60 million for alleging they were romantically involved.
Rocker Ozzy Osbourne's daughter, Kelly, has gone public about how she stockpiled painkillers in her bedroom out of paranoia.
A Canton, Mass., judge issued an arrest warrant for singer Bobby Brown, who reportedly missed a child support hearing because he was hospitalized.
Former The Amazing Race 7 contestants Lynn Warren and Alex Ali were married in Canada this morning. Ottawa's HOT 89.9FM radio station broadcast the sponsored ceremony live on-air between 7-9 AM today -- making it what is believed to be the first radio station in the world to air the live broadcast of a gay wedding.