Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino has revealed that he got a CBS Sports production assistant named Donna Savattere pregnant in 2004 while he was married to his wife Claire. “My wife and I have been married for almost 30 years and have six children together and we continue to be a strong and loving family.” The child, Chloe, is now 7-years-old. Marino has given Savattere millions for the care of their daughter. Savaterre went on to marry and have a child with Nahill Younis. Marino has six children with Claire: Daniel, Michael, Joseph, Alexandra, Lia and Niki.
The first part of Dr. Phil’s interview with Ronaiah Tuiasosopo aired yesterday. And after all this time, we’re still learning new things about this story. Ronaiah talked about how he first met Manti through Facebook as Lennay, of course. He became friends with one of Manti’s cousins, and then later got a friend request from Manti. Manti made the first move on Lennay, according to Ronaiah and Manti was already in a relationship at the time.
Jimmy Kimmel talked about Ronaiah Tuiasosopo’s interview with Dr. Phil. Jimmy joked that he looks forward to seeing him on next season’s “Celebrity Apprentice.”
As expected, Ben & Jerry’s announced a new, “30 Rock”-inspired flavor during the show’s series finale last night. It isn’t ice cream though, it’s Greek frozen yogurt, and they made it LEMON after character, Liz Lemon. Ben & Jerry’s describes it as: Quote, “A lemon Greek frozen yogurt with a blueberry lavender swirl.” It’ll be available this spring.
Beyonce has admitted that she lip-synced the national anthem at President Barack Obama’s inauguration, but she’s made it very clear that the same thing won’t happen when she performs at the Super Bowl. To prove that she can sing the nation anthem live, she performed “The Star Spangled Banner” for reporters gathered at her news conference.
CBS says it will air a behind-the-scenes look at how Whitney Houston’s death affected the 2012 Grammy Awards. The hour-long special, titled “The Grammys Will Go On: A Death in the Family,” is scheduled for February 9th. Last year, Grammy producers learned of Houston’s death less than 24 hours before the ceremony. The special includes interviews with LL Cool J, Jennifer Hudson, Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift and other artists. Houston was found drowned last February in a Beverly Hills hotel bathtub.
Lindsay Lohan has filed a $1.1 million lawsuit against the 6126 Collection, a clothing manufacturer that sold leggings designed by Lindsay, claiming the company cut her out of her profit share. Lindsay claims she owns the 6126 trademark, which represents the birth date of Marilyn Monroe. In case you’re slow, that’s June 1, 1926.
Former Partridge Family teen idol David Cassidy, who is now 62, will be guest starring on an upcoming episode of CSI. He’ll play a veteran poker player who is desperately trying to hold on to his fading youth. He has undergone massive injections of Botox, which has given him the added ability of maintaining a ‘poker face’ at the gambling tables. The episode is tentatively scheduled to air on February 27th.
Jessica Simpson’s assistant and best friend, Cacee Cobb has announced she is pregnant. She and new husband Donald Faison are expecting their first child together. This will be Donald’s fifth child. He is already dad to children Kobe, 11, Dade and Kaya, both 13, and Sean, 16, from prior relationships. The couple were married last December.
Caleb Moore, a 25-year-old professional snowmobiler has died from injuries he sustained during a horrific crash during the Aspen X Games last week. Moore’s family declined to release further details about the death, but stated last Sunday that he had suffered a “brain complication” stemming from the accident along with a severe concussion and bleeding of the heart. His 450-pound snowmobile flipped over and landed on top of him.
Country singer Randy Travis has been sentenced to 180 days in jail after pleading guilty to drunk driving in Texas back in August. However, that sentence was probated for 2 years … meaning if he stays out of trouble for 2 years, he can avoid join to jail. But if Travis runs afoul of the law, officials can bring Travis in to serve out the 180 days. Travis must also check in to an inpatient alcohol treatment facility for a minimum of 30 days and do 100 hours of community service. Travis must also install an ignition interlock device on any vehicle he drives for 2 years. The IID measures the driver’s blood alcohol level and will prevent the engine from starting if the driver is intoxicated.