Nicole Richie sports nine (at least) tattoos on her body, Stephanie. The favorite seems to be this rosary she had tattooed around her ankle. She also has a spider-shaped tat on her lower stomach, as well as a pair of ballerina slippers she got in honor of the song her father, Lionel Richie, wrote for her. (For you young'uns, that song was "Ballerina Girl.")
What did Cheryl Burke do during the off season of "Dancing with the Stars"? --Mary
Mary, even though you may not be seeing Cheryl's name in lights every day, this girl never has an off season! The 22-year-old spent time in Hawaii with her family on a "much needed vacation" after the show's end, but it was back to the grind in no time. Cheryl spent time rehearsing for the "Dancing with the Stars" tour, six days a week for nine hours each day! The tour kicked off December 19 in San Diego, where Cheryl was reunited with Drew Lachey, her winning partner from season two.
Did Justin Guarini fall off planet Earth? --Allison
Well Allison, Justin is definitely no Kelly Clarkson. He was cut by RCA, and as a result, got virtually no promotion for his first album, "Justin Guarini," released in 2003. That album was followed by "Stranger Things Have Happened," released by Justice Entertainment. There's a buzz that one of Justin's problems is that he took a buzzer to his hair, which took away his key distinctive quality.
He didn't fare much better when he took a stab at film -- his movie, "From Justin to Kelly," tanked.
Justin makes occasional TV appearances and he's still working on his music. But the runner up in "A.I." season one has not exactly had smooth sailing.
How did Madonna get her nickname? --Melissa
Melissa, lots of people have to be wondering the same thing. "Madge" is a name the UK press gave to Madonna, a shortened combo version of "Her Majesty" and "Madonna." No one in her professional or personal life refers to her by that name ... we're guessing it didn't stick, or she just doesn't care for it!
What's up with the "American Idiot" movie? --Melody
Melody, people have been very quiet about this could-be movie for a while, but it seems as though it will come into fruition.
With ideas for the flick pouring in, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong confirmed in an interview over the summer with MTV that "it's definitely going to happen." But don't expect to see the band members on screen -- they're leaving that to the professionals.