Former stars of “The Hills” Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt now wish they could take back their fame-hungry antics.
Perhaps better known as “Speidi," the two skyrocketed to dubious fame in 2006 with MTV’s faux-reality show “The Hills.” But soon they were in over their heads with photo shoots and publicity stunts, and around 2009 things started winding down.
And according to the Daily Beast, they're now broke and living at Spencer's parents' beach house.
There may be a bevy of redheaded beauties in Hollywood right now (Christina Hendricks, Emma Stone, Julia Roberts, Isla Fisher…) but “Millionaire Matchmaker” Patti Stanger says dudes with dough aren't into gingers.
The dating guru likes to say that “everybody deserves love,” but apparently a match with one of her millionaires is just not in the cards for ladies with fiery locks.
“The millionaire men - wealthy men - never pick them,” Stanger tells the Huffington Post of redheads.
Former child star Miley Cyrus is moving up in Hollywood. The actress/singer is set to star in and produce a God-themed comedy project with Paramount, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Plot details aren't being revealed yet, but the movie, which Cyrus will produce with her mom, will feature some sort of broken promise to God.
Darren Criss, meanwhile, is also parlaying his TV fame into a choice film role.
Another day, another Forbes list of who in Hollywood is likely making more money than you. This time, we're focusing on the actors.
Leonardo DiCaprio rose to the top of the heap this year, moving up from fifth place to first thanks to the estimated $77 million he earned between May 2010 and May 2011.
Forbes is pinning DiCaprio's success not on his ability to churn out blockbuster after blockbuster over the course of his career, but rather his reputation for doing solid work with strong directors.
Oh you crazy Jenners.
The parental units for the Kardashian clan spoke with CNN during the red carpet for the NBC press tour and joked about the existence of a sex tape starring the pair.
At least, we think they were joking.
The progress on the rumored "Arrested Development" movie seems to be coming along slowly, but surely.
At the Los Angeles premiere of his new comedy with Ryan Reynolds and Olivia Wilde, "The Change-Up," Jason Bateman - who starred in the fan favorite series as Michael Bluth - told CNN that at this point, everyone's waiting on the studio to strike a deal with "Arrested Development" creator Mitchell Hurwitz.
"I do know they're getting closer to making the boss' deal and when that gets done we'll be underway," Bateman said. "I hope they give him everything he asks for.”
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