Douglas is doing better
It's time for a Michael Douglas cancer update, and it sounds like he got good news for his 10th anniversary with Catherine Zeta-Jones on Thursday: He is apparently responding well to his treatment for throat cancer. "He doesn't seem as frail," Dr. Kent Holtorf, a cancer specialist, told Star, noting Douglas is probably in the recovery stage and looks to have gained about 10 pounds. "The extra pounds have smoothed out some of the wrinkles, so he is looking younger and healthier." Of course, he doesn't actually treat Douglas, but he's seen him, and we'll take any good news we can get. The 66-year-old was diagnosed with Stage 4 throat cancer in August and began an eight-week program of radiation and chemotherapy.
Place your bets!
It's almost Thanksgiving week again, so you know what that means, Juice* faithful: It's time for you to submit your nominations for the 2010 Juice*ys! Help us remember the year in celebrity absurdity by e-mailing us at [email protected] or tweeting us at twitter.com/tbtjuice with who you think had the most ridiculous TV moment, who has the biggest nerve or who really deserves being ridiculed. Also, if you manage to guess our Juice*y Person of the Year, we just may have a special surprise for you. And, no, the surprise isn't tickets to Lady Gaga's concert in April just because she was last year's winner.
Bieber flashes Rihanna at dinner
Our baby Justin Bieber is all grown up: The little mack daddy's confidence has grown so much, he had the guts to flash his abs to none other than Rihanna. Take that, Kim Kardashian. "Justin Bieber just flashed me his abs in the middle of a restaurant! Wow! He actually had a lil 6 pack!" Rihanna wrote on her Twitter account. A source told Us that Rihanna and Biebs were having dinner with L.A. Reid in Manhattan when the 16-year-old started talking about how cut he was: "Justin started bragging about how he has abs. Everyone started laughing but Justin was serious," the source said. "Justin took off his jacket, glasses and lifted up his shirt. … The table was hysterical." That's probably not the response he was looking for.