One of the stars of the Lifetime hit "Dance Moms" was arrested in New York for allegedly attacking the show's biggest star -- Abby Lee Miller, TMZ reports.
Kelly Hyland of Murrysville was booked in November for assault and harassment. Reportedly Miller, of Penn Hills, was searching for new talent and Hyland was getting angry that her daughters -- Brooke, 15, and Paige, 13 -- were being overlooked. When Miller dared to bring a potential pint-sized star by the studio, Hyland freaked out.
Eyewitnesses say Hyland began screaming at Miller and then allegedly grabbed Miller's hair and it became a full-on cat fight.
Charges have not been filed, but three cameras were rolling during the altercation.
Hyland's daughters are now stars of the troupe, Hollywoodlife.com reports.
"Lee Daniels 'The Butler," "12 Years a Slave" and the ABC drama "Scandal" were among top nominees for the 45th NAACP Image Awards, which recognize accomplishments of people of color in film, TV, music and literature, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Both films were nominated for outstanding motion picture, along with "Fruitvale Station," "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" and "The Best Man Holiday."
Nominated for outstanding actor in a motion picture were Chadwick Boseman for "42," Chiwetel Ejiofor for "12 Years a Slave," Forest Whitaker for "Lee Daniels' The Butler," Idris Elba for "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" and Michael B. Jordan for "Fruitvale Station."
Vying for outstanding actress in a motion picture are Angela Bassett for "Black Nativity," Halle Berry for "The Call," Jennifer Hudson for "Winnie Mandela," Kerry Washington for "Tyler Perry Presents Peeples" and Nicole Beharie for "42."
In the television divisions, "House of Lies," "Modern Family," "Real Husbands of Hollywood," "The Game" and "The Soul Man" were nominated for outstanding comedy. "Scandal," "Boardwalk Empire," "Grey's Anatomy," "The Good Wife" and "Treme" scored best drama nominations.
Competing for outstanding actor in a comedy are Andre Braugher for "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," Cedric the Entertainer for "The Soul Man," Don Cheadle for "House of Lies," Dule Hill of "Psych" and Kevin Hart of "Real Husbands of Hollywood."
Vying for outstanding actress in a comedy are Aisha Tyler for "Archer," Mindy Kaling for "The Mindy Project," Niecy Nash for "The Soul Man," Tasha Smith for "Tyler Perry's for Better or Worse" and Wendy Raquel Robinson for "The Game."
The slate of nominees for outstanding actor in a drama series includes James Pickens Jr. for "Grey's Anatomy," LL Cool J for "NCIS: Los Angeles," Michael Ealy for "Almost Human," Shemar Moore in "Criminal Minds" and Wendell Pierce for "Treme."
Nominated for outstanding actress in a drama are Chandra Wilson for "Grey's Anatomy," Kerry Washington for "Scandal," Khandi Alexander for "Treme," Nicole Beharie for "Sleepy Hollow" and Regina King for "Southland."
The televised portion of the awards will air Feb. 22 on TV One.
Sandra Bullock cleaned up at the 40th annual People's Choice Awards, taking home four trophies as the evening's top winner, The Associated Press reports.
Bullock was named favorite movie, comedic and dramatic actress, and she shared the favorite movie duo award with "Gravity" co-star George Clooney.
Fans deemed Ellen DeGeneres their favorite daytime TV host, making her the woman who has won the most People's Choice Awards with a total of 14 trophies.
"Iron Man 3" scored three awards including Robert Downey Jr.'s nod as favorite action movie star. Justin Timberlake also nabbed three prizes, and the cast of "The Big Bang Theory" was named favorite TV comedy.
Jennifer Hudson received the humanitarian award for her work with children.
"2 Broke Girls" stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs hosted the show at the Nokia Theatre.
Rupert Friend (you probably know him as Peter Quinn from "Homeland" or possibly as Keira Knightley's ex-boyfriend) is "in talks" to play a role originally cast for Paul Walker, a source confirms to E! News.
The dreamy 32-year-old Brit is potentially replacing the late "The Fast and the Furious" star in the Aleksander Bach-directed film "Agent 47." Per Variety, which was first to report the casting news, the film is a follow-up to the 2007 "Hitman" with Timothy Olyphant.
Walker's commitment to "Agent 47" was "a major part of the film getting a greenlight," said a source. When the actor died tragically Nov. 30, 2013, "it looked as if this film would not be able to move forward, since the production start date was set for February  and there was no major star involved."
Per Variety, details about the plot of the film are unknown at this time. Friend, however, seems to be able to take on a wide variety of roles.
Of course, on "Homeland," Friend is one of the few able to (try to) keep up with Claire Danes' Carrie Mathison character. And who could forget his role as the Mr. Wickham (aka the anti-Mr. Darcy) in the 2005 film version of "Pride & Prejudice"? He played Prince Albert in 2009's "The Crown Victoria" and had roles in notable films including "Lullaby for Pi "and "The Kid."
Typically one sign a TV series is doing well is if there's a budget to travel and film on location. By that definition, "Modern Family" is doing extremely well -- the cast is heading across the globe, the AP reports.
Qantas Airlines says it is partnering with the show's production company, 20th Century Fox Television, to fly the cast to Australia next month for a two-week shoot of the ABC comedy.
"Modern Family," now in its fifth season, has aired previous vacation episodes that were filmed in Hawaii and Wyoming.
In a statement, show creator Steve Levitan says: "We promise to feature a kangaroo, a koala and a boomerang."
"Modern Family" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on ABC.