The Dish For April 13th



HEATHER LOCKLEAR: Pleads Not Guilty to Beating Up Police Officers

Heather Locklear has pleaded not guilty to assaulting the police officers who arrested her last month.

According to People magazine, her attorneys entered the pleas on all five charges against the star — four counts of misdemeanor battery on a police officer and one charge of resisting or obstructing a police officer.

She faces five years in prison if convicted on all counts.

In late February, the 56-year-old actress was arrested after being accused of hitting her boyfriend. Those charges were dropped in March.

Locklear is now in rehab.

BILL COSBY: Janice Dickinson Takes the Stand

Janice Dickinson took the stand in Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial today (Thursday).

The model, one of five accusers to testify, told the jury that 36 years ago the comedian gave her a “little round blue pill” before raping her. She said Cosby had flown her to Lake Tahoe to “talk about my career.” After he allegedly slipped her the pill while they dined, Dickinson said, “I started to feel dizzy, woozy, out of it. Cosby said, ‘We’ll continue this conversation upstairs,’ and I followed him to his room.”

Cosby then allegedly forced himself on Dickinson. “I remember his breath, the taste of his kiss,” she said. “I remember, here was ‘America’s Dad’ on top of me, a happily married man on top of me with five children.”

She claimed the next morning she “noticed semen between my legs” and felt “anal pain.”

On cross-examination, Cosby's lawyer Tom Mesereau pointed out that Dickinson told a different story about the encounter in her 2002 book No Lifeguard on Duty. She insisted that Cosby and his legal team had pressured her to remove the details.

Cosby's chief accuser in the trial, Andrea Constand, is expected to take the stand tomorrow (Friday).


The cast of the upcoming athletes edition of Dancing With the Stars has been announced.

The sports stars were officially revealed earlier today on Good Morning America. Some had already been revealed, including Olympian Adam Rippon, softball pitcher Jennie Finch, snowboarder Jamie Alexander and the infamous Tonya Harding. Joining them for the 26th season of the show will be figure skater Mirai Nagasu, NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Olympic luge athlete Chris Mazdzer, former baseball star Johnny Damon, NFL star Josh Norman and Notre Dame basketball star Arike Ogunbowale, whose game-winning shot won the women's National Championship.

Season 26 of Dancing With the Stars premieres Monday, April 30th on ABC.

MAD ABOUT YOU: Stars Sign On for Reboot

If Roseanne and Will & Grace can both come back to TV, then why not Mad About You?

A reboot of the hit '90s sitcom just took a big step toward becoming a reality as the show's stars, Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser, have reportedly signed deals with Sony Pictures Television. Co-creator Danny Jacobson has also signed on, and the show is now being shopped to the networks. 

Mad About You aired for seven seasons on NBC before its finale in 1999. (EW)


Khloe Kardashian is a mom.

After days of anticipation and stories of infidelity by her boyfriend Tristan Thompson, Khloe gave birth to a healthy baby girl this morning (Thursday) in Cleveland. According to TMZ, Tristan was in the delivery room, along with Kourtney, Kim, Kris and Khloe's BFF Malika.

A source tells People magazine that Khloe has already forgiven Tristan. “Khloé is feeling nothing but happiness right now. She is head over heels in love with her little girl — she is just consumed with love. Absolutely nothing else matters.”

No word on a name for the little girl yet.


Arnold Schwarzenegger is recovering from his recent emergency heart surgery and thanking fans for their support.

The movie star and former California governor underwent open-heart surgery two weeks ago after suffering complications from a less invasive procedure. He tweeted a video of himself last night to give an update on his health and said, "I just want you to know that I'm feeling much better. I can't say, even with my positive attitude, that I'm great, because I'm not great yet. Great is a totally different level. But I'm good. I feel good. I get good care, good doctors, good nurses. Everything is fantastic."

He added, "I will stay in touch with all of you you. And thank you all for being such jewels." 

THE SANDLOT: Stars Reunite

The stars of The Sandlot reunited on the Today show Thursday.

Smalls, Ham, Squints, DeNunez, Yeah-Yeah, Timmy, Bertram and Repeat shared their memories of the 1993 cult classic, talked about what life's been like since, and even hit the field again.

Marty York, who played Alan "Yeah-Yeah" McClennan, said, "It's been crazy. I mean, it definitely gets you in places for free. I can't walk through a Las Vegas casino without someone yelling 'Yeah-Yeah!'"

The guys were promoting a new collector's edition DVD and Blu-ray released in honor of the Sandlot's 25th anniversary.


TAYLOR SWIFT: "September" in the Springtime

Taylor Swift just tore up the calendar -- by interrupting April with a cover of Earth, Wind and Fire's hit "September."

Tay, who rarely dips into the catalogs of other acts, dropped the tune on Thursday via Spotify -- an interesting pairing, since she and the service had a very public breakup a few years back.

Naturally, Taylor puts her own spin on the funky tune, stripping it back to acoustic basics, including bluegrass-inspired banjos

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