At 80 years old, music mogul Clive Davis still has surprises in him. In his new memoir, "The Soundtrack of my Life," Davis comes out as bisexual, recounting his first sexual encounter with a man and revealing a 15-year "monogamous relationship" with an unnamed male doctor that ended in 2004. Davis' first encounter happened during "the era of Studio 54," according to an excerpt featured in Rolling Stone. "On this night, after imbibing enough alcohol, I was open to responding to his sexual overtures," Davis writes. "Was I nervous? Absolutely. Did the heavens open up? No. But it was satisfying."
Britney Spears is no stranger to charges that she lip-syncs during concerts and awards show performances, but now the former "X Factor" judge is accused of lip-syncing in the recording studio, according to Star magazine. "My daughter sings for Britney Spears, Murray Langston tells the magazine, claiming that his daughter, Myah Marie, sang seven songs for Spears on her "Femme Fatale" album -- and was only paid $1,000 per song. "The truth is, Myah can sound just like her. She has a knack."
Alec Baldwin is vehemently denying allegations that he peppered a paparazzo with racial epithets during a heated exchange outside his Manhattan apartment, according to E! News. A photographer working for the New York Post claims that Baldwin called him "a crackhead," "a coon" and "a drug dealer" during the altercation. "The claim of racist remarks is one of the most outrageous things I've heard in my life," Baldwin says. "I've certainly had my moments. But this is not one of them. I don't think I've ever uttered a racial epithet to someone in my lifetime."
Miley Cyrus is coming under fire for a photo posted on Instagram of someone who may or may not be the former Disney star smoking a joint. While smoke and glare obscure most of the person's face, there is a tattoo on a finger in the picture that matches on of Cyrus'. The name of the Instagram account, by the way, is @mileyxxcyrus. Cyrus didn't necessarily deny that it's her in the photo, writing on Twitter only that "I don't have an Instagram."
If Mila Kunis' current relationship with Ashton Kutcher didn't make it clear enough, the actress says that yes, she is up for a full-on "That 70s Show" reunion. "I'm more than game for it," she tells E! News. "I've said it before, I would love to do it. Why not? I loved it. It was eight years and they were eight amazing years of my life." The kitschy sitcom went off the air in 2006 after airing 200 episodes. Kunis and Kutcher continue to be the most successful members of the show's young cast.