The “Women Tell All” episode of “The Bachelor” aired last night. AshLee confronted Sean about some things he told her about the other girls. And like a true player, he denied everything. She says he told her that he had no feelings at all for Lindsay and Catherine, the two women he picked as the finalists. Sean tells her several times that he never said any such thing.
Larry King was on the local Los Angeles show “Good Day L.A.” yesterday, and they talked to him about what it was like for him to retire from “Larry King Live.” After asking him how he felt about the sequestration, it sounded like he passed gas.
Mila Kunis sat down for an interview recently in England, to talk about “Oz the Great and Powerful”. And they sent some rookie to interview her, and he was a nervous wreck. So she got him to loosen up, by interviewing HIM instead. It worked so well that he ended up asking her out for drinks. This is for the Scott Mills Show on BBC Radio 1. The kid’s name is Chris Stark. His only mistake was that he admitted to drinking Jager Bombs. But she still said she’d come out.
Jane Lynch from “Glee” was on “Conan” last night. She talked about going to Elton John’s after-Oscars party, and she said it was crazy because a lot of stars were there, including Nicki Minaj. She talked about how she performed Nicki’s rap “Super Bass” on “Glee,” then she rapped it.
Barbara Walters returned to “The View” yesterday. She explained how she got chicken pox for the first time at the age of 83. She said she got it from a friend who had shingles. Supposedly it’s a well known actor. She didn’t realize she had chicken pox until she got dizzy and fainted one day. That’s how she fell down the stairs and got her concussion.
Rough start for Mel B, one of 2 new judges on “America’s Got Talent” — she was loudly booed during the first day of taping for daring to diss brass music. Mel was in New Orleans Monday, along with Howie Mandel, Howard Stern and Heidi Klum. The first act of the day was Lagniappe, a very popular New Orleans brass band. Mel told the band … she’s not a fan of brass music. Bad move in The Big Easy. The audience went nuts on her, screaming “Go home,” and “No respect.” Mel became unglued, and leaned over to Howie, who comforted her. Heidi did fine. We’re guessing being really, really hot helped.
Jamie Lee Curtis wrote an online essay about how much she HATED the job Seth Macfarlane did hosting the Oscars. She called it “offensive” and a “cheesy vaudeville show” . . . and said that instead of the high points of the ceremony, all we’ll be talking about now is, quote, “Seth’s lack of class and a 14-year-old boy’s derogatory word for one of the most beautiful, motherly and literally nurturing parts of the female form.”
Britney Spears is ready to walk down the aisle again after all — as a bridesmaid, that is. Over the weekend, the pop superstar’s baby sister Jamie Lynn Spears took to Twitter and Instagram to announce her engagement to Jamie Watson, her boyfriend of three years. “So excited and happy for my sister,” Britney, 31, tweeted on Monday. The wedding news may be somewhat bittersweet for first-time bride Jamie Lynn’s famous older sister. Britney and love Jason Trawick broke off their engagement back in January; the singer has been married twice to pal Jason Alexander (for 55 hours!) and Kevin Federline, with whom she has two kids.
The guys who posted the original “Goats Yelling Like Humans” video have posted Part Two. All they did was dig up enough clips to make another two-minute montage. But if you liked the first one, check it out.
Harrison Ford has officially signed on to do a long-awaited sequel. But it’s NOT “Star Wars 7″. It’s “Anchorman 2″. He’ll play a legendary newscaster. Shooting is in progress in Atlanta. Ford IS still expected to play Han Solo in “Star Wars 7″, but that’s not official yet.
The “National Enquirer” says Fergie and Josh Duhamel are expecting twins. A source says, quote, “Fergie and Josh feel like they hit the baby jackpot. They waited a long time but it’s all paying off because they say they’re expecting twins. They couldn’t be happier.”