Bits and Pieces - September 16, 2011
September 16, 2011
Cameron Diaz and Alex Rodriguez have reportedly broken up. Word has it that Cameron is looking to pick up a reliever.
If you have those naked SCARLETT JOHANSSON photos, you'd better not post them on your website. Scarlett's attorney is vowing to take legal action if they find anyone posting the photos. Meanwhile, the FBI says they're closing in on the hackers and already know the identity of the main culprit. Word is that they're the same hackers that hit the cell phones of other celebrities, including Vanessa Hudgens, Jessica Alba, Lindsey Vonn, Ali Larter and Emma Caulfield.
The buzz is that Jill Zarin, Kelly Bensimon and Alex McCord have been fired from THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY. Both Jill's rep and Alex say they're still in talks and nothing is final and there's no official word from Bravo.
- VH1 will televise the never-before-seen concert movie NIRVANA: Live at the Paramount to mark the 20th anniversary of their Nevermind album. The telecast happens a week from tonight at 11 p.m. Eastern and will be simulcast on VH1, VH1 Classic and Palladia. It comes out on DVD and Blu-Ray September 27th.
- SNOOP DOGG will star in the biopic The Legend of Fillmore Slim. The movie is largely set in the 60s and 70s and will follow Slim's career as both a guitarist and well-known pimp in San Francisco. Filming begins in March.
- BRAD PAISLEY will publish his first major book, called Diary of a Player, on November 1st. The book is a salute to the guitar heroes of country, blues, and rock who've shaped his life.
- ABC: Shark Tank rerun, the Karaoke Battle USA season finale and 20/20
- CBS: A 48 Hours primetime special on bullying, plus CSI: NY and Blue Bloods reruns
- Fox: Kitchen Nightmares and Fringe repeats
- NBC: Eva Longoria and George Lopez host the 2011 ALMA Awards, plus a new Dateline
- CW: Ringer and Secret Circle reruns
- ESPN: College football with Boise State at Toledo
- ESPN2: College football with Utah at Colorado
Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher returned to practice yesterday following the death of his mother. Coach Lovie Smith said Urlacher is excited to face the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
Portland, Oregon's Roland Taylor Anderson wanted to impress a woman on their first date. Their date ended in bed, but not in the way Roland might've hoped. After a few glasses of wine, the couple made their way to Chapman School where Roland deftly scaled the building to the roof and then shimmied up a steel cable to the school's old smokestack. Roland eventually made it to the top of 4-foot-wide steel band that encircles the chimney about 40 feet from the roof. The trip down was a lot speedier as Roland fell to the roof below and was fading in and out of consciousness as paramedics transported him to his hospital bed.
2007: O.J. Simpson was arrested on burglary charges in Las Vegas.
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