Brooke Anderson here, with big controversy today over LeAnn Rimes’s revelation about her affair with actor Eddie Cibrian. She says they cheated for love!
In her brand new interview on ABC’s “In the Spotlight with Robin Roberts,” LeAnn says her infidelity just sort of happened. “It happens every day to so many people…You had two couples whose marriages didn’t work who really stumbled upon each other and fell in love," she said.
Yes, people do it every day but that does not make it okay. Why do people simply not take their marriage vows to heart?
Comedian Chelsea Handler's life is just one big joke – which makes it the perfect material for a new TV show.
Deadline.com reports that NBC is developing a pilot for "Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea," an autobiographical comedy named for the second of Handler's three humor books and based on her life in her 20s.
The 35-year-old "Chelsea Lately" host – who is co-producing the new show - won't star in the series, nor will the lead character be a comic, but the storylines will draw from her best-selling essays about dating, sex, family and her everyday experiences.
Hammer did warn us that this was coming.
Back in September, Kanye West released the track “So Appalled” as part of his popular G.O.O.D. Music Fridays campaign. Aside from Jay-Z, the song features the likes of RZA, Swizz Beatz, Pusha T and CyHi Da Prince, but it’s Hova’s verse that set off Hammer.
“And Hammer went broke so you know I’m more focused/I lost 30 mil so I spent another 30/cause unlike Hammer, 30 million can’t hurt me,” the industry mogul rapped.
According to 26-year-old singer Katy Perry, she's "kind of a good girl," but then again, "I'm not," she explains in the December issue of Harper's Bazaar.
"I'm a good girl because I really believe in love, integrity, and respect," says the recently married pastor's daughter, who adds that she found her soul mate in outrageous comic Russell Brand.
"I always knew I wanted a great man of God, someone who was going to be an inspiration for people and also be a lovely husband and father," she says. "We're at different places in our lives, but we can still grow together. He's thought-provoking, articulate, a real advocate. I also definitely wanted to have a laugh. I have all that in him."
While GLAAD may not support Ron Howard's decision to keep the "electric cars are gay" joke in the upcoming comedy "The Dilemma," the film's star, Vince Vaughn, definitely has his back.
In a new radio interview, the 40-year-old actor, whose character utters the offending line on camera, says he supports his director's choice to not snip the scene.
"I'm glad to hear it's staying the movie," Vaughn told Q100's Bert Radio Show on Wednesday, according to the Hollywood Reporter. "It wasn't a derogatory term... We clarified within the joke [that it was] not 'homosexual-gay' but, you know, your parents are chaperoning a dance."
After four years as the wig-wearing "Hannah Montana," Miley Cyrus is no stranger to playing characters in disguise. Now, she's taking it to a whole new level in an upcoming detective comedy.
"So Undercovers" will star the 17-year-old singer as a tough-talking, streetwise private investigator hired by the FBI to go undercover at a college sorority, reports Deadline.com.
"What Happens in Vegas" director Tom Vaughan will helm the project, with a script by Allan Loeb ("Wall Street 2") and Steven Pearl ("The Switch"). Cyrus's mom, Tish, is co-producing the film and confirms to E! Online, "'So Undercovers ' is a fun mix of action and comedy and has a powerful female lead that Miley was drawn to playing."
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