Could he actually win? New details in the Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian divorce case.
Jesse James is getting married again. The “lucky” girl is Alexis Dejoria. She’s a racecar driver and the daughter of one of the founders of the Paul Mitchell hair care product line. Jesse has already been married four times . . . most famously to Sandra Bullock.
If Dennis Rodman can go to North Korea, then Steven Seagal can go to Moscow. And he did. He was there because Russian President Vladimir Putin invited him to the opening of a new martial arts school. There’s no word if foreign policy was discussed.
Kobe Bryant suffered a “severely sprained ankle” while attempting a last-minute shot to tie up the game against the Atlanta Hawks last night. The Lakers ended up losing the game, and they might lose Kobe. The team says he’s out “indefinitely,” but Kobe hasn’t ruled out playing in their next game tomorrow night.
Kristen Bell and the creator of “Veronica Mars” launched a Kickstarter campaign yesterday to fund a movie version of the show. They were trying to raise $2 million in a month, but they already surpassed that goal last night, in less than a DAY. The movie is officially on, and should be in theaters early next year.
P!nk just picked up her third double-platinum album after her 2008 album Funhouseeclipsed the two million sales mark, giving her a total of 13 million albums sold throughout her 13-year career.
Gwyneth Paltrow reveals in her new cookbook that she avoids feeding her children carbohydrates because she believes they are bad for them.
Mitt Romney and Tiger Woods are the latest big names to fall victim to the celebrity hackers. The anonymous hackers obtained full credit reports for both men and posted their social security numbers on a website, as well as Mitt’s phone numbers, bank accounts and other financial information.
Depositions in the Kris Humphries/Kim Kardashian divorce case may prove Kris’ assertion that everything about the couple’s relationship was fake. Life & Style got ahold of a 165-page deposition from Russell Jay, a producer on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, in which he admits that at least two scenes were “scripted, reshot or edited” to make Kris look like a villain after Kim asked for a divorce.