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Celebrity Recap :: June 2007

Paris had a dramatic stay in jail, Justin and Jess hooked up in Europe and Kelly Clarkson didn't get the response she was looking for with her new album. Get all the dramatic details of June 2007 right here!


June 2007 - Celebrity Birthdays

  • June 1st - Ryan Reynolds' ex-GF Alanis Morissette turned 33.
  • June 2nd - Accepted star Justin Long celebrated his 29th b-day.
  • June 4th - Momma Angelina hit 32.
  • June 5th - Mark Wahlberg turned 36.
  • June 7th - Tennis pro Anna Kournikova and Larisa Oleynik both hit 26.
  • June 8th - Another up-and-coming tennis pro, Kim Clijsters, turned 24 while Kanye West hit the big 3-0.
  • June 9th - Natalie Portman turned 26 and Johnny Depp celebrated his 44th birthday.
  • June 10th - ER's hunky doctor Shane West hit 29.
  • June 11th - Transformer's star Shia LaBeouf is finally legal! He turned 21.
  • June 13th - Your fave twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, also celebrated their 21st b-day!
  • June 14th - Lucy Hale, formerly of the American Juniors, turned 18. Watch for her in the new Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants movie due out in 2008.
  • June 15th - Are We Done Yet? star Ice Cube hit 38.
  • June 16th - Former American Idol runner-up Diana DeGarmo turned 20.
  • June 19th - American Idol judge Paula Abdul celebrated her 45th b-day.
  • June 20th - Nicole Kidman hit the big 4-0. Watch for her in the movie adaptation of The Golden Compass in fall 2007!
  • June 21st - Royal hottie Prince William turned 25.
  • June 22nd - Carson Daly hit 34.
  • June 26th - Baseball great Derek Jeter turned 33.
  • June 27th - Drake Bell hit 21 and Tobey Maguire celebrated his 32nd birthday.
  • June 30th - Season three American Idol winner Fantasia Barrino turned 23.

  • June 2007 - Celebrity Arrests

  • Paris Hilton turned herself into jail following the MTV Movie Awards on June 3, 2007. Just days later, Paris was released to house arrest, with the sheriff stating he was worried about her health. The judge who sent Paris to jail in the first place, Michael Sauer, took issue with her release and just a day later, ordered her back to jail to serve out her 23-day sentence. A hysterical Hilton was pulled away from her parents and returned to jail. On June 26, 2007, Paris emerged from her cell a self-professed "changed person". Think she's going to act differently after her stint in the big house?

  • To find out who hooked up, broke up or had a baby, click here!
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