Billy Ray Cyrus makes an appearance on morning talk show The View later this morning where he makes a big announcement -- his divorce from Tish Cyrus is no longer happening. In his pre-taped interview, Billy Ray tells the ladies, "I've dropped the divorce. I want to put my family back together. . . Things are the best they've ever been. I feel like I got my Miley back. I feel like we're the daddy and daughter we were before Hannah Montana." Billy and Tish announced they were divorcing in October after 17 years of marriage. Along the way there were accusations of infidelity on the part of Tish, as well as reports of Miley-gone-wild with a video that surfaced online of the teen star smoking herb salvia out of a bong. In a recent interview with GQ magazine, Billy Ray said he blamed Hannah Montana for "destroying my family," but he corrected that at The View, saying, "Hannah Montana didn't ruin my family. Fame did. Sometimes when you get in this ride you feel like you're strapped to a rocket."
Mel Gibson turned himself into police on Wednesday night to have his mug shot taken and fingerprints collected as part of his sentence for misdemeanor battery. Gibson copped a plea deal in the case involving his ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigor-ieva last week in order to avoid jail. After the booking process -- which took about an hour -- Mel was released. For those who wish to know.....the booking report lists Mel's age as 55, height as 5-feet-10, weight 190 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. In addition to being processed, Gibson must attend a year's worth of domestic violence counseling. He was also sentenced to three years probation,16 hours of community service and a small fine.
Alright ...Let's end this on some feel-good news....America's sweetheart Sandra Bullock donated $1 million to the earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan. The Red Cross said in a statement, "The American Red Cross is extremely grateful for this generous support from Sandra Bullock and her family." In January 2010, the actress donated $1 million to relief efforts in Haiti.