Tish Cyrus filed for divorce from Miley's dad Billy Ray on Thursday, citing irreconcilable differences. Two-and-a-half years ago it was Billy Ray who filed papers, but then decided to try and work things out with his wife of 19 years. The couple apparently weren't able to iron out the wrinkles in their relationship. Tish is seeking custody of the youngest of the couple's five kids, daughter Noah, 13, along with spousal support. (story)

Miley was recently the target of a new bashing from Amanda Bynes, who called her ugly. Miley says she was rooting for Amanda's comeback until she became the focus of Amanda's wrath. (story)

"Bling Ring" victim Paris Hilton shared footage from her security cameras of one of the gang's members after they broke into her home via website Pheed.com. The group is the subject of Sofia Coppola's latest movie, starring Emma Watson as the leader of the group of friends who decided to rob the homes of Hollywood stars such as Hilton, Orlando Bloom and Lindsay Lohan. The gang made off with over $3 million worth of valuables. "The Bling Ring" opens in theaters today in a limited release. (story)

Mumford & Sons bassist Ted Dwane was released from the hospital on Thursday after he underwent surgery to treat a blood clot on his brain. The band still has to skip this year's Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee this weekend and will also scrap their appearances at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in Colorado and their Bonner Springs, Kansas, concert as well. The good news is that Ted is doing well and on the road to a full recovery. The band announced on their website that the surgery also proved that he "does indeed have a brain." (story)

Jennifer Aniston says she envies Kate Middleton's hair, saying her own hair is a nightmare, especially when she had to deal with "The Rachel" hairdo from "Friends." She also said she prefers to wear her hair down and likes to look like she "just got out of bed, maybe had a romp." (story)

Lindsay Lohan is on the move after checking out of the famed Betty Ford Clinic after just six weeks of her 90-day sentence. Rest assured, though, she hasn't been allowed back into society, she's simply been transferred to a more adequate clinic for longer-term stays. (story)