A Southern California woman has reportedly been accused of breaking into Kenny Chesney's home in Wednesday's early hours, but it doesn't appear that she was looking for anything other than companionship - and maybe a few glasses of wine.
According to CNN San Diego affiliate 10 News, a woman by the name of Melissa Mansfield had a strategy in place to gain access to Chesney's Nashville home.
The station reports that Mansfield hopped a Greyhound from Knoxville to Nashville and then took a limo to the country singer's home. Mansfield claims that she knows Chesney, and that he sent her the limo. A rep for Chesney, however, says the singer doesn't know the woman.
This week on “Top Chef: Texas,” the final four met atop Whistler Mountain in British Columbia, where they were faced with the most outlandish cooking challenges yet. (Hard to believe, I know.)
The cheftestants learned they’d go through a three-event gauntlet at the 2010 Olympics site. The winner of each event secured a spot in the final and skipped the remaining tests, with one chef eliminated after the third challenge.
But first, we were treated to Lindsay and Sarah complaining yet again about Beverly. Somehow, they still weren’t over this whole “personality clash” thing. Um, WHO CARES if your personalities clash with Bev’s? So you aren’t compatible, big deal - you’re not dating.
The "Arrested Development" crew has gotten started on production for the show's 2013 return, and David Cross tells Playboy he isn't worried that the reincarnation will damage "Arrested's" status as a cult favorite.
"Based on what was described to me, it seems to be a very smart, original, interesting idea. I have high hopes for it," Cross, who played Tobias Funke in the series, said.
At least, "I'm definitely more confident than I was before, but that's not to say I'm 100 percent confident," he admitted. "I won't be 100 percent confident until it's made."
It's not just her music career that Whitney Houston has suddenly left behind, but her film career as well.
At the time of her death, Fox 2000 Pictures was working on a sequel to 1995's "Waiting to Exhale," which was adapted from Terry McMillan's best-selling novel. All of the original actors - Angela Bassett, Lela Rochon, Loretta Devine and Whitney Houston - were to return, with Forest Whitaker directing.
The sequel is set to be adapted from McMillan's 2010 follow-up, "Getting to Happy."
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