Reese Witherspoon apologized yesterday on "Good Morning America" for her arrest last month. She said they went out to dinner and had, "one too many glasses of wine." As for the crazy stuff she said, Reese explained that she panicked when she saw her husband Jim Toth being arrested. She even lied and told the cop she was pregnant. Dash cam video from the arrest has been released and it's pretty awesome.
Lindsay Lohan was supposed to check into rehab yesterday. She was originally going to do her 90-day stint at a facility in New York. But at the last minute she opted for some place in California. She showed up there, but then left within MINUTES. It's not clear where she is now, but if she's not there by 6am, federal marshals will track her down and put her in jail.
Kanye West cryptically Tweeted, "June Eighteen" yesterday. He didn't elaborate, but it's a Tuesday, so it could be the release date for his next album. But some people are speculating that it could be something else, like Kim Kardashian's due date.
On Wednesday's episode of "American Idol," Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj took some little jabs at each other including Mariah noting that Nicki hasn't had a #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. But yesterday, Nicki took some more shots on Twitter. She Tweeted, "She's sad I tied her record for Hot 100 entries in only three years of being in the game. Yep, a black female rapper." Then she said, "You have to ask why a woman SO successful at her age is still so insecure and bitter?" She also made a reference to the rumors that "Idol" wanted to bring back Jennifer Lopez to replace Mariah mid-season. Nicki Tweeted, "All dem #1s, but J-Lo phone ringin'? LOL. I guess having a personality, being a secure woman, and giving genuine critique still trumps that."
Amber Holcomb got sent home last night on "American Idol". That means the top 3 are Angie Miller, Candice Glover and Kree Harrison. They will get the red carpet treatment going to their hometowns this week. By the way, this week's mentor, Harry Connick Jr. says he's been approached about judging "American Idol" next year.