Jessica Biel was named men’s magazine Stuff’s Sexiest Woman in the World this week, beating out runner-up Scarlett Johansson. Both women have been romantically linked to Justin Timberlake – who hasn’t? – and were recently spotted shopping together in Paris.
David Ducovny confirmed this week that a sequel to “The X-Files” is in the making, with he and his co-star Gillian Anderson reprising their original roles from the cult-TV series and 1998 movie.
Kevin Federline and Britney Spears have reached an agreement concerning the their defunct marriage. Federline will “only” make $1 million from Spears’s estate, which is valued between $50 and $100 million. The couple also reached a custody agreement for their two children, with Spears gaining full custody and Federline granted unlimited visiting rights.
Pop singer Ricky Martin has urged gay singers to stop hiding their sexuality. Applauding Mexican pin-up Christian Chavez for coming out, Martin insisted that all gay stars should feel comfortable and confident enough to tell their fans the truth.
U2 frontman Bono recently accepted an honorary British knighthood at a ceremony in Dublin, joined by his family and bandmates. British Prime Minister and fan Tony Blair wrote a letter that was read at the ceremony. But because he’s not a British citizen, Bono won’t be allowed to use the title “Sir.”
Child star Frankie Muniz – most famous for the titular role on “Malcom in the middle” – plans to take a break from acting and focus on his career as a Professional Champ car driver. With a freshly coiffed Mohawk and Toyota Pro/Celebrity race championship under his belt, Muniz hopes to be taken seriously as a Jensen MotorSport driver. He is old enough to drive, right?