A morning mix of entertainment headlines . . .
NFL star Chad Johnson has been released on bond after a domestic battery arrest. The football player formerly known as Chad Ochocinco, currently attempting to get a spot on the Miami Dolphins, was arrested Saturday after allegedly head-butting his spouse, “Basketball Wives” star Evelyn Lozada, during an argument that reportedly began following Lozada’s discovery of a condom receipt. (Associated Press)
Update, via Early Lead: Johnson has been cut from the Dolphins as a result of this episode.
“The Bourne Legacy” bumped “ The Dark Knight Rises ” out of first place at the box office. The Jeremy Renner action film made $40.3 million over the weekend; “The Campaign” opened in second with $20.3 million while Batman landed in third, with $19.5 million. (AP)
Gwen Stefani and members of No Doubt hosted a fundraiser for President Obama on Sunday in Los Angeles. First lady Michelle Obama attended and joined Stefani for a rousing version of “Spiderwebs” . . . all right, the “Spiderwebs” part is not true, but Mrs. Obama was there, and Stefani tweeted about it. (The Hollywood Reporter)
“Stars Earn Stripes”: A bit too “Be All You Can Be”? (The Washington Post)
It’s only Monday, but we already have a candidate for best headline of the week: “The Insane Clown Posse is Suing the FBI.” (Vulture)
Marilyn Manson apparently went through airport security at LAX with the words “[Expletive] You” written on his face. It was supposed to be a message to paparazzi, which of course only made paparazzi more excited to take pictures of him. (Reddit; THR)