has added five more dates to his live “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is N
ot an Option” tour, including gigs in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, Boston, Connecticut and at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. Tickets range from $47 to $109.50; Sheen has promised to donate $1 from each ticket sale to the Red Cross’s Japanese earthquake relief fund. (For the record, if memory serves, tickets for last year’s Conan O’Brien tour cost about $40 a pop.) (charliesheen.com)
In other Charlie Sheen-ish news, Kacey Jordan, the porn star who partied with Sheen back in Jordan, was hospitalized in Chicago after a call was made to a suicide hotline. As the Chicago Tribune reports, it was unclear who made the hotline call.
Seann William Scott, best known as Stifler from the “American Pie” movies, has entered treatment for undisclosed “health and personal issues.” (People)
Bradley Cooper tells Howard Stern about his previous marriage (and losing his virginity) and Christina Hendricks gets a new role, after the jump.
Bradley Cooper appears on Howard Stern’s radio show, discusses his previous marriage to Jennifer Esposito and reveals that he lost his virginity at age 17. Listen to part one of the interview and part two. This being Stern, it goes without saying that some of the language is NSFW. (YouTube)
Drew Barrymore to direct “How to Be Single,” a rom-com about the relationships between various New Yorkers. There’s a plot synopsis we’ve never heard before. (Vulture)
Vanessa Hudgens unhappy about nude photos of her that recently circulated online. (Us)
Christina Hendricks signs on to star in Mike Figgis’s film “Seconds of Pleasure.” Feel free to insert your own inappropriate jokes. Just do it in your inside voice. (Deadline)