As if the Jackson family isn't going through enough with the ongoing court struggles between them and concert promoter AEG, there are now more molestation allegations.  Choreographer Wade Robson, who has worked with Nsync, Pink, and Usher,  is suing Michael Jackson's estate, claiming Michael molested him when he was a kid.  Michael met Wade when he was 5, and started having sleepovers at Neverland Ranch by the age of 7.

Wade has also been featured as a choreographer on Fox's 'So You Think You Can Dance.'  And if you think way back, Wade is the alleged culprit behind the Britney Spears-Justin Timberlake break up.  Allegedly, Britney cheated on Justin with Wade.  Allegedly.

Carrie Underwood has been announced as Faith Hill's replacement to sing the "Sunday Night Football" theme.  Carrie's version will debut on September 8th.  She said, quote, "Iam thrilled and honored they asked me."

I find this interesting because there was a rumored feud between Faith and Carrie.  Faith didn't like that a reality show winner was winning awards in categories she was nominated.    I know Faith is the one that said she didn't want to do the football theme anymore, but I wonder how she feels about Carrie taking her place.

Lindsay Lohan has completed a 48-hour detox program at Betty Ford, and she's now in an all-female dorm.  She doesn't have a roommate yet, but that could change.  A source says, quote, "She is adapting to being back at Betty Ford and is very receptive to the care plan that has been created for her."

I don't know what else to say about her other than if Britney can make a comeback I think anyone can.

"Reader's Digest" set out to find the 100 Most Trusted People in America.  And along the way, they discovered that Kristen Stewart is the least-trusted movie star.  Meanwhile, Tom Hanks got the highest score with 64%.  He was followed by Sandra Bullock with 63%.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler reportedly make an appearance in the "Anchorman" sequel.  A photo appeared online this week that shows them on set.  There's no word on their part, but it's probably just a cameo.

Even if it is a small cameo, I'm sure these two will make it the funniest cameo ever.  Love them.

Paul McCartney performed some Beatles songs at a concert in Brazil over the weekend, which doesn't seem like a big deal.  However, he played a few that had never been played live including 'Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite', 'All Together Now', 'Lovely Rita' and 'Your Mother Should Know'.

If I'm being honest, I only know 'Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite' and I know the version from the movie 'Across the Universe.'  That version is performed by Eddie Izzard.