Today's news you might've missed:
- Rumors are flying today that some of the "Real Housewives of New York City" - including Jill Zarin, Kelly Bensimon and Alex McCord - got the pink slip from the show. Bravo tells CNN no decisions have been made yet, as do McCord and Zarin. We'll be honest: We don't know what "RHONY" would be without those three. [Huffington Post; TooFab]
- Little Monroe may be a diva, but neither she nor her twin brother Moroccan will have a career in the entertainment biz, if their dad Nick Cannon has anything to say about it. And he does: "Absolutely not...I want them to strive for something greater than entertainment." [People]
- 50 Cent's upcoming movie originally had the same title as Chinua Achebe's internationally renowned novel "Things Fall Apart," and the author was not happy about it. Achebe demanded Fiddy change the movie's name, and not even an alleged $1 million could change his mind. [The Guardian]
- We know Heidi Klum's one hot mama, but we didn't know she was so dangerous. Web security company McAfee named her the top most dangerous celeb on the Web. At No. 3? Piers Morgan. Be careful out there. [CNN]
- We have no idea if "The Muppets" will go down as one of the greatest flicks in 2011. But we do know they could just keep creating trailers and parodies, and we'd be satisfied. Stick around till the end - it's worth it.