Wyclef Jean continues to mourn the perceived unraveling of his former Fugees mate, Lauryn Hill, whose erratic behavior during recent shows have raised a few eyebrows, to say the least. "Lauryn Hill, Mrs Hill, the Hill should go see a psychiatrist - period - Just seek help," Clef told MTV News. "At this point I really think it will take an act of God to change her, because she is that far out there."
Rapper Eve's alcohol monitoring anklet was removed this weekend, just in time for Sunday's VMA red carpet. In April, the artist was ordered to wear the SCRAM device for five months after agreeing to a plea deal following a DUI arrest. When Us magazine asked if she was going to get her drink on to celebrate, she said: "You know I am! I don't know (what I'm going to drink) yet. I might wait for dinner. I gotta start slow. It's been so many days."
50 Cent reportedly got into it with one of Tyra Banks' entourage as they all herded down the red carpet of Fashion Rocks last week. According to the New York Daily News, the rapper was inadvertently nudged by Banks' handler and yelled to the man: "What the fu*k is wrong with you? How you gonna bump me?" Meanwhile, 50's rumored flame Ciara told red carpet reports that she was unable to make MTV's VMAs because of a prior commitment.
In a project to rival Bravo's Being Bobby Brown, veteran musician Ike Turner is hoping to launch a reality series based on his volatile relationship with ex-wife Audrey Madison, the woman he claims tried to kill him with an overdose of prescription pills. According to WENN, the 75-year-old divorced artist is now back together with Madison, his background singer, and looking to make some money off of their quirky relationship. Friends insist the couple will be together forever, because she's the only woman who is "wilder than he is." One source says: "He's been used to marrying groupies he could control." In addition to working on their relationship and pitching a new reality TV show, the duo is currently planning a tour of Europe.