Buddy Bites: Steven Tyler in for 'Idol,' 'Bachelor' Baby on Board and More
Buddy Bites: Steven Tyler in for 'Idol,' 'Bachelor' Baby on Board and More
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Steven Tyler
Signs Idol Contract ... According to Someone Other Than FOX
We just can't seem to get away from the never-ending American Idol judge rumor mill. The newest word on the street this week: Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler has finalized negotiations with FOX and is officially on board to be a judge on the 10th season of American Idol--this according to "a very-inside music source." FOX still says, "No comment." We'll believe it when we see him at the judges' table. [Eonline]

Vampire Queen Still Seeking King

True Blood's Evan Rachel Wood, 22, and rocker Marilyn Manson, 41, have broken off their engagement--again. [People]

Write On, Betty White!
Hot in Cleveland star Betty White is putting pen to paper for two books for G.P. Putnam's Sons. Listen Up!, slated for a spring 2011 release, will offer wise-cracking life lessons from Betty, and The Zoo and I: Betty and Her Friends will consist of stories and photos about Betty's animal friends at the zoo. [USA Today]

Jesse and Ann Sitting in a Tree
For couple Jesse Csincsak, 28, and Ann Lueders, 28, both former contestants on The Bachelorette and The Bachelor, marriage and baby are coming all at once. The couple, who got engaged on Aug. 6, are expecting their first child, a boy, this winter and have already picked a name: Noah. [People]

Real Housewives of D.C. Star Sued

On the premiere of the newest Housewives series, Lynda Erkiletian said she wouldn't work with America's Polo Cup--Tareq Salahi's annual charity event--because "nobody got paid."

Sounds like a trend for Salahi, who also just lost a legal case against him for failing to pay a small embroidering company for customized polo jackets, fleece blankets and straw hats he ordered in 2008. Salahi didn't show up for the court date last Friday, so the judge ruled he has to pay the $4,576 bill. [TMZ]

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