Mariah Carey and James Packer’s prenup negotiations for a wedding that never happened were so outrageous that things became hostile, and her team accused his business managers of treating her like a “gold digger.”
Don’t try to take a selfie with Jerry Seinfeld. Even if you are a friend of a friend. Jenni Pulos, one of the stars of “Flipping Out” found out the hard way. P.S she looks a lot like Julia Louis-Dreyfus. She was at the London hotel for a meeting when Seinfeld came in and sat at the next booth. Finally, as Seinfeld was leaving, Pulos introduced herself. Seinfeld apparently knew who she was and replied, “Yeah, I know who you are.” But when Pulos asked if he would pose for a photo with her, Seinfeld said, “Sorry, I don’t do that.” Said one witness, “He was very nice, but firm.”
Yesterday, Drake posted a pic of himself and Kanye, along with the caption, “There goes the neighborhood.” Kanye’s manager Scooter Braun commented on the pic by saying, “It begins . . .” along with four clapping emojis. Back in September, Kanye confirmed that he and Drake had been in the studio working on a joint album.
In a new Marie Claire cover story, Jennifer Aniston hits back at the all the ways she’s been “shamed” despite being a strong and successful woman. “My marital status has been shamed; my divorce status was shamed; my lack of a mate had been shamed; my nipples have been shamed,” Aniston says. She got tired of all that, which led to her Huffington Post essay slamming tabloid culture and objectification. About the column, Aniston says, “It’s like, why are we only looking at women through this particular lens of picking us apart? Why are we listening to it? I just thought, ‘I have worked too hard in this life and this career to be whittled down to a sad, childless human.'”
A Big Bang Theory spinoff series, based around a young Sheldon Cooper, is reportedly in the early stages of development. The series would follow Sheldon during his formative years as a socially awkward genius in Texas, which has already been the source of a lot of comedy on The Big Bang Theory.
Earlier this year, Tori Spelling was sued by American Express over an unpaid $38,000 credit card bill. Now, just a few months later, she has been hit with another lawsuit. According to court papers, which were filed on Oct. 31 and obtained by ET, Spelling has a balance of $87,595.55 on one of her American Express credit cards, and is now being sued for payment. A copy of the card statement from AmEx shows the account is now cancelled.