RICK SCHRODER ARRESTED FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: The former child star Rick Schroder was arrested early Wednesday for the second time in 30 days for domestic violence, according to reports. "The female adult victim declined medical treatment," a police spokesperson told Fox, before adding that Schroder was "arrested for domestic violence...and booked at Malibu Loft Hills Sheriff's Station." Schroder rose to fame in Silver Spoons.
ELLEN DEGENERES NO GOOD, VERY BAD HAIR: The next time you want to vent about your bad hair, just think of Ellen DeGeneres. The talk show host shared her tale of woe on her show Wednesday, revealing that she’d tried a new shade of blonde, and chaos ensued. DeGeneres dished: "I couldn't even pinpoint what color it was. It was like orange and pink and purple. I had the Pride flag on my head. It was kind of greenish ashy, so you couldn't tell where my skin stopped and the hair started." But that wasn’t the worst part! Her hair was so weakened it fell out. She joked, "My hair was so embarrassed, it didn't want anything to do with my head and said I'm getting out of here." Thankfully, her do is on the mend.
ELISABETH MOSS IS RESISTING: On Wednesday, Elisabeth Moss is still wearing her handmaid garb after deciding to not escape Gilead, and instead entrusting Emily (Alexis Bledel) with her baby Holly at the end of season two. But it seems she is ready for a revolution. "If I'm going to change things, I'm going to need allies. Allies with power," June continues amid shots of Nick (Max Minghella), Serena (Yvonne Strahovski) and Aunt Lydia (Ann Dowd). The third season of The Handmaid's Tale premieres June 5 on Hulu.
ANJELICA HUSTON PUTS ‘DANGEROUS’ DAYS BEHIND HER: At 67, Anjelica Huston says she is done doing anything "wildly dangerous." "I like to have a good time, but I don’t want to lose my mind," the actress said of giving up all drugs except marijuana in a New York magazine interview released Wednesday. She also discussed her tumultuous relationship with Jack Nicholson, from 1973-1990, and his use of cocaine. "Never took overt amounts," she said. "He was never a guzzler. I think Jack sort of used it, probably like Freud did, in a rather smart way. Jack always had a bit of a problem with physical lethargy. He was tired, and I think probably, at a certain age, a little bump would cheer him up. Like espresso."