Celeb Scoop: Bill Clinton Poses With Porn Stars

Plus: Terrence Howard’s herpes and assault allegations, The MIB III premiere in NYC, Pitbull is in town, and more of today’s celebrity news.

Bill Clinton With Porn Stars. President Bill Clinton was at a Monte Carlo casino for a “Nights in Monaco” gala when he was kind enough to take some time out his busy schedule to pose for a picture with a group of porn stars. [Gawker]

Terrence Howard’s Herpes Allegation. The woman charged with assaulting actor Terrence Howard at his Montco home claims that he choked her, hit her in the eye and gave her herpes. Not in that order. [Philly Gossip]

Check Out the MIB III Premiere. E! Livestreamed the New York premiere of Will Smith’s Men in Black III last night. If you missed it, it’s still available to watch online. [E!]

Pitbull Is in Town. He’ll be signing pre-purchased bottles of Voli Light Vodka at the PA Wine & Spirits store in NoLibs this evening, if that’s your sort of thing. [Philly Chit Chat]

MTV Makes an Award for Emma Stone. Emma Stone will reportedly receive the first Trailblazer Award at the MTV Movie Awards. They say the award was created to, “call out actors beloved by the MTV audience who are carving out their own unique and diverse path within Hollywood.” [EW]

Sir Elton John Hospitalized. Sir Elton John was forced to cancel a number of scheduled shows in Vegas after he was hospitalized with a respiratory infection. [Washington Post]

Pauly D Mocks Deadmau5, Neil Diamond. Pauly D and Deadmau5 are now in the midst of a DJ feud that no one should really care about. Neil Diamond recently became collateral damage though as Pauly D tweeted a picture of a Deadmau5 CD on a clearance rack next to a Neil Diamond hits collection. [TMZ]

American Idols Ratings Slip. Last night, American Idol crowned Phil Phillips as its Season 9 winner last night. The episode garnered the lowest ratings of any American Idol finale ever. Strange how interest wanes after nine years of the same show, right? [The Wrap]

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