Hollywood Hookup: Mariah Carey's busy weekend

Monday, May 2, 2011 - 5:12pm

HOLLYWOOD HOOKUP (FOX44) – Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon have seriously had a busy weekend. On Saturday, they celebrated their third wedding anniversary with the arrival of fraternal twins. Then on Sunday, they invited Reverend Al Sharpton to bless their babies and preside over a ceremony to renew their vows. No names for the babies, a boy and a girl, have been announced.

– Stars took to their twitter accounts last night after Osama Bin Laden's assassination hit all the media outlets.

Neil Patrick Harris said quote: "Wow, what a night, thank you Mister President, for such an eloquent speech."

Mike Tyson wrote: “Obama got rid of Osama”

Jim Carrey saying, “Wow! They killed the Boogieman! I felt something was in the air tonight! Bin Laden era over!”

Katy Perry tweeted she's "Proud to be an American"

Lindsay Lohan keeps it simple with "Go USA!"

Jack Osbourne is in disbelief that Bin Laden is dead. "Ok, it's official. This is shady! No body, no proof. They would have brought him back to the USA and added him to the exhibit, bodies."

Charlie Sheen is finally putting his now famous phrase to good use. "Well done Seal team, America winning, that's how we roll."

– Charlie Sheen is also fresh off a tour of the tornado destruction in Alabama and he wants to help out. Sheen says he's going put together a benefit show to raise money for the victims. His idea from twitter, an Alabama student asked him. Sheen told the associated press he's working with local officials to organize a benefit show. No date set yet.

– A judge is delaying the trial for Dr. Conrad Murray. A Superior court judge Michael Pastor says the trial for the doctor charged in Michael Jackson’s death requires a delay for quote "The need for fundamental fairness." Murray pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter. Authorities have accused him of giving Jackson a lethal dose of Propofol. New dates for the trial and resumption of jury selection were not immediately set.

– Director Steven Soderbergh is making a drama inspired by Channing Tatum's past as a stripper. In the movie, Tatum will play a veteran stripper who teaches the newbie how to hustle.

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