More Celebrity News

Hulk Hogan settles sex tape lawsuit

Former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan has settled a lawsuit with a disc jockey over a sex tape involving Hogan and the DJ’s wife. A statement by Hogan’s publicist Monday says the terms of the settlement are confidential. Hogan said in a lawsuit earlier this month that he had consensual sex with his best friend’s wife, Heather Clem, six years ago in the Clems’ home, but he didn’t know he was being videotaped. The disc jockey, Bubba the Love Sponge Clem, apologized to Hogan on Monday. Clem also said that he’s convinced Hogan was unaware he was being filmed.

Green Day tour canceled

Green Day is canceling the rest of its 2012 club schedule and is postponing the start of the 2013 arena tour. Bass player Mike Dirnt says Billie Joe Armstrong’s ‘‘well-being is our main concern’’ in the band’s decision to clear the schedule through Feb 8. He says in a statement Monday that Armstrong is doing well in his attempt to shake substance abuse problems that emerged publicly in September when the singer-guitarist had a profane meltdown on the stage of the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.

Cruise staff stuns prowler

Police say a security guard at actor Tom Cruise’s house used a stun gun on a would-be prowler, but the man turned out to be an intoxicated neighbor who may have mistakenly entered the property. Lieutenant Lincoln Hoshino says the confrontation occurred at Cruise’s Beverly Hills residence Sunday evening when the actor and his family weren’t home.

Madonna gets political


Madonna drew boos and triggered a walkout by several concertgoers after she touted President Obama on her ‘‘MDNA Tour’’ in New Orleans. The Material Girl asked during Saturday night’s performance: ‘‘Who’s registered to vote?’’ She added: ‘‘I don’t care who you vote for as long as you vote for Obama.’’ Drawing boos in touting Obama over Republican Mitt Romney, Madonna followed: ‘‘Seriously, I don’t care who you vote for. . . . Do not take this privilege for granted. Go vote.’’

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“She certainly didn’t break the group up.” - Paul McCartney, in a BBC interview, speaking about whether Yoko Ono’s influence on John Lennon led to the end of the Beatles.