American Idol Alum Arrested in Alleged Girlfight

Celebrity News Mar. 30, 2010 AT 5:21PM
American Idol Alum Arrested in Alleged Girlfight Credit: Kathy Hutchins/Hutchins Photo

--Former American Idol contestant Stephanie Edwards, who finished 11th in season 6 in 2007, was arrested in Savannah, Ga., Monday after allegedly getting into a good old fashioned girlfight. Edwards was booked on a misdemeanor charge and posted bail after police broke up a street scuffle between Edwards and a woman she says was harassing her. [TVGuide.com]

--Ever want to bust into song alongside Glee's Matthew Morrrison or Lea Michele? Fox has announced plans for a national casting call for new Gleeks taking place on social networking site MySpace. Aspiring members of New Directions can submit a five-minute video in hopes of being considered for new roles on the song-and-dance series. [Perez Hilton]

--Move over, Oprah! Martha Stewart is reportedly in talks with Hallmark's parent company, Crown Media Holdings, to develop a lifestyle cable channel dedicated to the domestic diva's cooking shows, fashion tips and gardening ideas. [Just Jared]

--"Milkshake" singer Kelis is being forced to fork over $5,000 for a hair weave after allegedly stiffing a Santa Monica, Calif., salon for the outstanding charge. A judge entered a default judgement for the full amount after the singer skipped out on a Monday court appearance. [StarPulse.com]

--Peter Facinelli's New Moon character Carlisle Cullen may be invincible, but the actor himself has seen his share of real-life bumps and bruises -- at the hands of his own 3-year-old daughter! "My daughter Fiona headbutted me in the nose and it swelled up like Marlon Brando," Facinelli says. "For a month I looked like. I thought I would have to get a nose job because I can't play Carlisle as Brando!" [Celebrity Baby Scoop]

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