Celebrity Dirt - 5.9.11

Latest Tornado Relief efforts:

Alan JacksonKid Rock and members of the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers are the latest additions to MusicBuilds: CMT Disaster Relief Concert on May 12th. They join a lineup that already includes Hank Williams Junior, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw, Sara Evans, Ronnie Dunn and Alabama. More stars are expected to be announced soon. Money raised will go to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund

Taylor Swift is doing her part to help victims of the recent tornadoes by opening up her final dress rehearsal for her Speak Now tour to fans. 1300 tickets will be available for the May 21st run-through at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. More information about tickets will be released on later today.

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Meat Loaf, John Rich, Lil Jon and Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray, all contestants this season on Celebrity Apprentice -- McGrath has been fired -- have recorded a song for charity. Proceeds from "Standing in the Storm," on sale today at iTunes, will go to the different charities supported by all of this season's Apprentice contestants.

Charlie Sheen taught his twin boys a new word over the weekend: "rehab." He explains, "I am teaching them words, because they're speaking now. I'm teaching them the word 'rehab' so they always know where their mom is." Charlie recently settled his custody dispute with ex Brooke Mueller, and says it's the first time he's been able to spend a weekend with the two-year-olds since the judge took custody away from him in March.

CSI star Marg Helgenberger says Justin Bieber didn't act very professional when he appeared on the hit show. In an interview with a French radio show, Marg said, "I shouldn't be saying this, but he was kind of a brat." She claims Justin locked a producer in a closet and put his fist through a cake.

Robert Pattinson has admitted he fibbed! He recently said, "When I first came [to the U.S.], it was very easy to convince people that you're a member of the royal family -- or it least that you kind of know people." Rob said he'd tell people he was in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts with Prince William. "And they'd go, 'Oh, that sounds wonderful! You're English -- I completely believe you!'" Of course, that isn’t true!

On Celebrity Apprentice, the men's team, with John Rich as project manager, was awarded $40,000 for his charity, St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. Rich has raised $695,000 this season for St. Jude's.

After much speculation, Paula Abdul has officially joined The X Factor. Paula sat at the judges' table, alongside Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole and Antonio "L.A." Reid, yesterday for the show's first taping.

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