Wow! Cleaned-Up Courtney Love Stuns on Red Carpet

Celebrity News Sep. 21, 2010 AT 5:58PM
Wow! Cleaned-Up Courtney Love Stuns on Red Carpet Credit: Mike Coppola/FilmMagic

-- Lookin' good! Courtney Love wowed the crowd outside the Ziegfeld Theatre Monday at the Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps premiere in NYC. The typically disheveled singer, 46, looked radiant in a crimson Calvin Klein gown as she posed for photos on the red carpet. [Just Jared]

-- After adopting daughter Naleigh in 2009, Life as We Know It star Katherine Heigl confesses she isn't always confident in her parenting abilities. "There's this thing where, as a new mother, you're just constantly going, 'Am I doing this right? Am I handling this right? Am I playing with her enough? Should I be talking to her more?'" Heigl tells the October issue of InStyle. "You're just nervous, so you're almost creating more drama than is necessary." [OMG!]

-- He's baack! Sources close to American Idol judge Randy Jackson confirm that the music producer, 54, will return for the show's 10th season. After months of speculation, FOX will officially announce the show's final two judges during a press conference Wednesday. [MSNBC]

-- Will White House party crasher Michaele Salahi return for Season 2 of The Real Housewives of DC? Though it's been reported Bravo is planning the replace the controversial star, 44, a rep for the network wouldn't confirm or deny the speculation. "We've had no discussions about a season two -- including any casting -- and won't until the freshman season concludes," the rep said. "Any speculation to the contrary would be absolutely premature. And let's face it, it wouldn't be a proper Real Housewive' franchise without the drama of casting rumors." [Pop Eater]

-- Nancy O'Dell is headed back to TV! The former Access Hollywood reporter, 44, landed a brand new gig on Oprah Winfrey's OWN network. She will host the reality competition Your OWN Show: Oprah's Search for the Next TV Star with Queer Eye alum Carson Kressley. [Perez Hilton]

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