The detritus from “John and Kate Plus Eight” continues to fall, this time with Kate Gosselin vowing to sue ex-husband John as well as Robert Hoffman, the author of the tell-all e-book “Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled The World.” Read More
In the proud tradition of “my famous relative is a gazillionaire and I live in my own filth,” Justin Bieber’s grandpa has spoken to the British press about the squalor he is surrounded with no thanks to that no-goodnick grandchild of his. Read More
Kim Kardashian appears to be handling her pregnancy weight gain just fine, which is sort of shocking when you consider that she generally operates at Vanity Level 10. But there does seem to be one side effect of being with child that she has no time for: excessive hair growth.
“They might want to break out the lawnmower,” says TMZ, because she’s sprouting fur like a big-bootie Chia Pet. Read More
The New York Times ran an in-depth piece on the trials and tribulations of a struggling “Today Show,” outlining the bungled dismissal of Ann Curry as a symptom of a much greater problem on set. Read More
Celebrity chef Cat Cora used the “N-word” (no, not that one) after she rear-ended someone in Los Angeles, calling them a “nerd.” Cora was subsequently arrested on suspicion of DUI after her blood-alcohol level registered 0.19, according to TMZ. The legal limit in California is 0.08.
People magazine reported Wednesday that she won't be facing charges for the incident, which happened last summer. Read More
The European TV star who crashed the Grammys, Vitalii Sediuk, is in deep laýno, as they say in Ukrainian. He took the stage at the Grammies when Jennifer Lopez was presenting Adele with her statuette.
“It’s such an honor to receive this award,” he said. “I love you, Adele.” Read More
Amanda Bynes’ family is understandably distraught about their daughter’s increasingly erratic behavior, if a RadarOnline report is to be believed. Read More
Seth MacFarlane really can’t face any more bad publicity after his disastrous Oscar hosting, so he has to be relieved that the “Turban Cowboy” episode of “The Family Guy” has been pulled.
According to Entertainment Weekly, a YouTube hoax cobbled together parts of the episode to make it look like the show had predicted the Boston Marathon bombings. Read More
Comedian Patton Oswalt is one of the funniest people to follow on Twitter, but after the Boston Marathon bombings he posted on Facebook something remarkably poignant.
“I remember when 9/11 went down, my reaction was, ‘Well, I’ve had it with humanity,’” he began. But then he seemed to channel Mister Rogers’ famous quote, “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’” Read More
Eccentric hoopster Dennis Rodman claims that the FBI approached him to become an informant about North Korea -- which, in the light of the fact that he has made this very public, shows what crappy security choices the feds can make. Read More