Which Twilight actor made the most in 2010? What will happen to Lindsay? And has Charlie officially gone round the bend yet? You'll find out with the Showbiz Top 5!

5. "Vanity Fair" put together a list of the highest-paid creative people in Hollywood last year and the top five were director James Cameron ($257 million), Johnny Depp ($100 million), Steven Speilberg ($80 million), writer/director/producer Christopher Nolan ($71.5 million) and Leonardo DiCaprio ($62 million). But what's kind of surprising is a little farther down the list. Taylor Lautner outearned both Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. How? It's because some very important people in Hollywood have a lot riding on his box office potential outside of the "Twilight" movies, so he got a huge check for his upcoming movie, "Abducted." So while Kristen earned $28.5 million and Robert earned a million dollars less that her, Taylor outearned both of them last year, taking in $33.5 million.

4. President Obama has invited Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony to watch the Super Bowl with him and his wife at the White House. Reportedly, JLo and Marc share a close relationship with the Obamas ever since they met in the Oval Office a year a half ago.

3. Jennifer Aniston is all over the place promoting her movie "Just Go With It" with Adam Sandler. And we're finding out all sorts of interesting stuff in these interviews she's doing. Like, Jennifer told Oprah that years ago, she was offered a job as part of the cast on "Saturday Night Live." But at the same time, she was offered this part on a new comedy called "Friends." She went with "Friends." AND! Remember a few months ago when Perez Hilton went on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show to say he wasn't going to be such a bully on his gossip site anymore? Jennifer takes credit for that. She told Ellen that she ran into Perez in a parking garage and flat-out asked him, "Why are you so mean?" She says they had a lovely meeting and that he seemed to have a change of heart about how he ran his website. Perez confirmed the meeting, saying he never talked about it out of resepect for Jennifer. But now that she brought it up, I guess it's all good!

2. Charlie Sheen has issued a statement, thanking the cast and crew of "Two and a Half Men" and everybody at CBS and Warner Brothers for their support. He also wanted his fans to know how much their good wishes have touched him. Charlie admitted, "I have a lot of work to do to be able to return the support I have received from so many people." And then strangely, he ended his statement by comparing himself to an old movie star, saying, "Like Errol Flynn, who had to put down his sword on occasion, I just want to say, 'thank you.'" Now when he was alive, Errol had quite a reputation for partying hard and hooking up with lots of women. Ever hear the phrase "in like Flynn?" Mm-hm. He even faced statutory rape charges involving 2 teenager girls, but he was later acquitted. And he later became involved with a 15-year-old girl. The two eventually became engaged, but Errol died of a heart attack at age 50. His fiancee was 17.

1. Lindsay Lohan was caught on store surveillance video wearing the $2500 necklace she's accused of stealing. Reportedly, Lindsay got wind that LA police were about to issue a search warrant and raid her home for the necklace, which is why she had her stylist return it ASAP. But police say it doesn't matter that she finally returned it. She took it without permission. Not so fast, says Lindsay's peeps. They say she's going to use the defense that the store owner told her she could borrow the necklace. You just couldn't hear him say that because there was no audio on the surveillance video. Also, Lindsay says the jeweler knew exactly where she lived and knew how to get in touch with her, but never called her about bringing the necklace back. Good point, Lindsay. It's up to the DA now whether or not to press charges.