Bits and Pieces - September 25, 2012
September 25, 2012
Rumor has it that someone is shopping around a sex video starring Kanye West. Those who've seen the video say it's the first time since the Taylor Swift incident that Kanye hasn't let a woman finish.
LINDSAY LOHAN is suing that guy that claims she was drunk when she possibly struck him with her car at a New York hotel last week. Even police say Lindsay hadn't been drinking and alcohol wasn't a factor, so she's planning to sue the guy for defamation.
MAKSIM CHMERKOVSKIY has announced that he's leaving DANCING WITH THE STARS at the end of 2013. Maksim has appeared on the show since its second season in 2006 and has made it to the finals four times, finishing second twice and third place on two other occasions.
- The three surviving members of LED ZEPPELIN reunited in London on Friday for a press conference to mark the launch of the upcoming film of their 2007 one-off reunion concert called "Celebration Day." The film will play in theaters on October 17th and will be released on video on November 19th.
- SOULJA BOY is being sued by the people he allegedly hit with his Bentley earlier this year. The couple is suing him for medical expenses, loss of income and property damage and for defamation, because Soulja later posted a video on YouTube calling the woman a racist and a liar.
- TOBY KEITH has bumped up the release date of his new album, Hope on the Rocks, to October 30th. That's two weeks earlier than previously announced. A deluxe edition of the album will include remixes of "Red Solo Cup" and "Beers Ago," as well as live versions of "Whiskey Girl" and "Get Out of My Car."
- Jay Leno: David Spade; actress Giancarlo Esposito; Rebecca Ferguson performs
- David Letterman: Steve Martin; Gotye performs
- Jimmy Kimmel: Julianna Margulies; actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson; The Killers
- Conan: Jordan Peele; Animal Collective
- Jimmy Fallon: Blake Shelton; professional tennis player Serena Williams; actor Andrew Rannells; David Byrne and St. Vincent perform
- Craig Ferguson: Dennis Quaid; actress Ellie Kemper
- Carson Daly: Actor Artie Lange; singer Chely Wright; We Are Augustines
Alabama remains on top of the Associated Press Top 25 college football poll. Oregon moved past LSU into second place with Florida State and Georgia rounding out the top five.
Ruth Mae Facyson was shopping at the Sunrise, Florida Home Depot when she dropped $29 in cash. Seeing her plight, 57-year-old Michael Futerman helped Ruth pick the money up and then ran off declaring, "finders keepers." It soon turned into 'losers weepers' for Futerman as witnesses noted his license plate number and police paid him a visit. Futerman told police he 'found' the $29 and used most of it to purchase crack cocaine before he was arrested on numerous charges.
2008: Republican candidate John McCain announced he was suspending his presidential campaign due to the economic crisis
actress Nia Vardalos (My Big, Fat Greek Wedding, Connie & Carla, My Life in Ruins) 50