It came out Friday that Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez had broken up, but Bieber says he doesn’t really know what’s going on. “I don’t know what to say” Justin told a radio show over the weekend. He didn’t exactly confirm that he and Gomez have broken up, but he didn’t refute the reports either. Gomez and Bieber dated for about two years. Some sources say Gomez broke up with Bieber over “trust issues.” Word is that Bieber’s not freaked out … he thinks there’s a good chance they’ll make up.
Bond is big. Very big.
“Skyfall,” the 23rd movie in the series featuring British secret agent James Bond and third starring Daniel Craig, had the best opening weekend of any film in the series. It dominated the weekend box office, making a huge $87.8 million,
according to studio estimates. Skyfall, which has been playing in Europe for two weeks has already earned an estimated $518.6 million worldwide.
The weekend’s Top 10 movies:
1. “Skyfall,”………………….. $87.8 million
2. “Wreck-It Ralph,”……………. $33.1 million
3. “Flight,”…………………….$15.1 million
4. “Argo,” …………………….. $6.75 million
5. “Taken 2,” ……………………$4.00 million
Demi Moore turned 50 yesterday and was bestowed with the honor of World’s Most Coveted Cougar. It came from a website called CougarLife.com, a dating website where you can meet, quote, “Divorcees, Single Moms and Sexy Singles looking for a young Stud!” The site says, quote, “Demi Moore has single-handedly done more for the cougar community than anyone and made significant strides in helping the lifestyle become part of mainstream culture.” The site also sent Demi a pair of animal print Christian Louboutin pumps and a certificate naming her the World’s Most Coveted Cougar.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel went to work Saturday, assisting victims of Superstorm Sandy in Queens. The newlyweds spent three and a half hours handing out relief backpacks and blankets in Far Rockaway. The neighborhood was heavily damaged by flood waters and many in the community are still without heat and electricity two weeks after the storm. One grateful mom sent this tweet: “Shout out to Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel for serving alongside of us in Rockaway and giving the kids something to talk about besides Sandy.”
Shia Labeouf got into a fight in a British pub after someone stole his baseball hat. Source say Shia was actually being cool, spending several hours drinking and taking pictures with people. But then some idiot took his hat and wouldn’t give it back. A source says, quote, “The scrap all started when this guy took his hat. I think he was just joking, but Shia didn’t like it. The guy just took it off him and wouldn’t give it back. He tried to get it back and they ended up tussling.” Police weren’t called, and nobody got in trouble.
Judge Judy turned 70 on October 21st. And today on Katie Couric’s show, she unveils a photo of herself in a bikini. Now, Judy didn’t reveal TOO much. In the picture, she’s wearing a lacy cover-up. It’s see-through, but it does keep us from REALLY getting a complete look at her physique.
Somebody paid half a million dollars for the blue gingham dress Judy Garland wore in “The Wizard of Oz”. The dress was the “must have” item in a weekend auction of Hollywood memorabilia by Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills. The buyer, whose identity wasn’t disclosed, paid $480,000 for it. The auction house says it’s the only combination of Dorothy’s dress and blouse from “The Wizard of Oz” that’s still in existence. Other items in the auction included
clothing once owned by Marilyn Monroe — a skirt she wore while filming “River of No Return” in the early 1950s was sold for $50,000; a dress worn by Julie Andrews in “The Sound of Music” ($38,400); and a jacket Steve McQueen wore in a 1970 race brought $50,000.
Scarlett Johansson is singing again. She recorded a song called “Before My Time” for the end credits of a new documentary about global warming.
Patrice Wilson, the guy who brought you Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” is back with a terrible new song called “It’s Thanksgiving.” The singer is a girl named Nicole Westbrook, who looks like she’s 11 or 12. But just like “Friday”, Wilson co-stars in the video for no good reason.
Matthew Perry may have a steady job on his comedy “Go On,” but he’s making time for another role as well. Perry will reprise his role as lawyer Mike Kresteva on “The Good Wife” later this season. His return will deal more with his campaign for governor against Peter Florrick. CBS says Kresteva has “taken out a series of attack ads” against Peter. There’s no date set for Perry’s “Good Wife” episode, but the network says it will air early next year.
“The Big Bang Theory” is expected to generate $50 million from the sale of retail merchandise this year. WB has inked deals with more than 70 licensing partners to produce games, apparel, plush figures and accessories, home goods and niche products designed for “Big Bang” fans, with merchandise available at big-box retailers including Walmart , Target, Kohl’s and JCP, specialty shops like Hot Topic and online commerce sites. Some of the show’s licensing partners have already reported strong sales, with “Big Bang” selling more than 100,000 bobblehead figures for Funko based on likenesses of the show’s primary characters.
A judged has turned down Halle Berry’s request to move her daughter Nahla with her to France. The 46-year-old Oscar winner filed a request in family court back in February to ask permission to move to the European country with her 4-year-old child, saying she feared for her life. Richard Franco, who was convicted of stalking Berry in January, was released earlier this year, and the other man, Robert Hoskins, escaped from a mental institution in February. The
court ruled it would be a detriment to the child for her not be able to see her father on a regular basis and could not sign off on the move. Berry, who is engaged to French actor Olivier Martinez, split from 36-year-old model Gabriel
Aubry in 2010.
Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum are going to walk down the aisle…on tv for your viewing pleasure. The Bachelorette: Ashley and J.P.’s Wedding is slated to air Dec. 16 on ABC, the network has announced. Officiating the wedding will be The Bachelorette host, Chris Harrison. The guest list will include past Bachelor and Bachelorette stars, as well as their close friends and family. Hebert and Rosenbaum’s vow swap will place them in elite company along with Trista and Ryan Sutter, Jason and Molly Mesnick and Blake Julian and Holly Durst as the only couples to go the distance after meeting on The Bachelorette, The Bachelor and Bachelor Pad. The couple has asked that in lieu of presents that people make a donation to Hurricane Sandy relief.
The highly anticipated interview with Lindsay Lohan and 20/20’s Barbara Walters, has been cancelled. Apparently, Lindsay’s new publicity team pulled the plug on the interview, not Lohan herself. ABC News said in a statement they were “disappointed” Lindsay cancelled the interview but “wish her well.”
Marsha Hunt who had a months long affair with Mick Jagger and was the inspiration behind the song, “Brown Sugar” will be putting up ten love letters that the Rolling Stone’s front man wrote her, up for auction in London next month. The couple have a 42 year old daughter, Karis Jagger Hunt.