BUSTED: Authorities arrested "Who We Be" Grammy-nominated American rapper DMX (real name: Earl Simmons), 32, on Saturday for using profanity during a Friday night concert on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts and Nevis, police tell the Associated Press. DMX was released on bail of $376 until Monday, when he is due in Basseterre Magistrate's Court. "I just want to thank all my fans for showing the support they did show," he said, according to the AP.
QUOTED: "I think every actress in the world looked up to her with a kind of reverence and a sense of, 'Oh boy, if only I could be like her.'" -- Elizabeth Taylor, 71, on Katharine Hepburn, who died Sunday at the age of 96, in a statement to the Associated Press
REPRISED: Actor Scott Foley, 30, will rejoin the cast of NBC's "Scrubs," playing the romantic interest of Elliot (Sarah Chalke) in at least six episodes this fall, TV Guide reports. Producers reportedly sought the former "Felicity" star (and estranged husband of Jennifer Garner) for a full-time role, but he has already committed to appear on Broadway in "The Violet Hour" starting in October.
HONORED: The late "Saturday Night Live" pioneer Gilda Radner was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday, the eve of what would have been her 57th birthday, reports the AP. (Radner died of ovarian cancer in May 1989.) The event coincided with the release of "Voices for Gilda," a compilation CD that includes performances by Billy Crystal, Celine Dion and others. A portion of the sales will benefit Gilda's Club, which provides meeting places where cancer patients can join with others for emotional support.
PREFERRED: Reese Witherspoon, start worrying. A Florida State University study on sex appeal reveals that, despite the old cliché, gentlemen actually prefer brunettes to blondes, reports the New York Post. The findings of Dr. Kelley Kline and her team of researchers, which were revealed at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, were based on interviews with 50 men, the majority of whom also voiced a preference for long hair on women over short cuts.