Val Kilmer is reportedly battling cancer and “things don’t look good for him,” said former co-star Michael Douglas while discussing their 1996 film The Ghost In The Darkness at a Q&A on Sunday. “Val was a wonderful guy who is dealing with exactly what I had, and things don’t look too good for him,” said Douglas, who battled tongue cancer in 2010.
Get your jingle on! Legendary comic Whoopi Goldberg is launching a line of ugly Christmas sweaters to be sold at Lord & Taylor and Hudson’s Bay today. There will be nine hideous designs, all of which will retail for $139. What’s next for Whoopi? She the Times that she would like to design holiday footwear next.
Sooooo Mariah Carey found out she was dumped by her fiancé James Packer just like we all did, through the MEDIA! A source says, quote, “Mariah was totally blindsided by James . . . She was devastated, she was shocked.” She is demanding $50 million bucks from him. Reports have recently surfaced claiming that Mariah Carey is blaming Scientology for her split from fiance, James Packer. According to Page Six, sources close to the singer say that she thinks Packer’s business manager, Tommy Davis — a former spokesperson for the Church of Scientology, poisoned their relationship. Insiders also said that Davis took control of the billionaire’s finances, put Packer on a detoxification program and requested that he “disconnect” from Mariah.
Miss/Mr. Golden Globe for the first time in history could be multiplied this year by a factor of three. All three daughters of Sylvester Stallone will be named Miss Golden Globe this month, my sources say, and will share the duties of escorting presenters and honorees on- and offstage, as well as carrying the actual globular statuettes. A Golden Globes spokesperson said no final decision has been made for the Jan. 8, 2017, event.
WIN a date with Leonardo DiCaprio, well that’s if you like in the UK. He is offering his companionship as a raffle prize for a Scottish homelessness charity Social Bite. To enter, you must simply donate $6.09 (£5) to the cause. And with that, you’re automatically in the running for what could be the most exciting lunch of your life. It’s not quite a one-on-one with the dapper Oscar-winner and environment advocate; you’ll be accompanied by the charity’s director, one Sir Tom Hunter, Chairman of the Scottish Business Awards. Perhaps he should offer a similar contest in Canada?