Bits and Pieces - March 20, 2013
March 20, 2013
Lindsay Lohan has been sentenced to 90 days of rehab. They're saying this could lead to massive layoffs in the nightclub industry.
In what could be a courtroom battle made in reality show heaven, OMAROSA MANIGAULT says she's planning to sue LATOYA JACKSON over what she calls the "false, vicious and defamatory" comments she made about being involved in fiancé Michael Clarke Duncan's death. As she was fired from All-Star Celebrity Apprentice, LaToya said of Omarosa, "She's a conniving, scheming, cut-throat, probably pulled the cord on Michael Duncan Clarke...and I thought Mr. Trump was falling for that fake cry...such a lie!" Omarosa's lawyer says she was actually a life saver for her actions on the evening that Duncan suffered his heart attack and called LaToya a "sore loser."
NICK JONAS will make his feature film debut with ISABEL LUCAS in the thriller Careful What You Wish For. It's about a young man who has an affair with the young wife of an investment banker renting the lake house next door for the summer, whose husband later turns up dead.
- 30 SECONDS TO MARS has announced that their next album, "Love, Lust, Faith + Dreams," will be released on May 21st. The album's first single, "Up in the Air," was recently launched into space via a Space X cargo mission, where it was first played by astronauts on the International Space Station.
- LIL WAYNE has been released from Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles. Wayne spent six days in the hospital with TMZ calling it a suspected codeine overdose. They also said doctors pumped Wayne's stomach at least three times after he began experiencing severe and violent seizures.
- TAYLOR SWIFT admitted what we pretty much knew - that her song I Knew You Were Trouble is about ex-boyfriend Harry Styles. Taylor performed it at last month's Brit Awards with Harry in the audience. When asked how she felt with him watching, she replied: "Well, it's not hard to access that emotion when the person the song is directed at is standing by the side of the stage watching."
- Good Morning America: Talk, News
- CBS This Morning: Author Oliver Horovitz; ringmaster Andre McClain
- Today: LaToya Jackson; the winner of "The Biggest Loser"; chef Giada DeLaurentiis; Kacey Musgraves performs
- Kelly & Michael: Gerard Butler
- The View: Guest co-host Terry Crews; Donald Trump; actress Radha Mitchell
- The Talk: Actress Pauley Perrette; actress Carrie-Anne Moss; interior designer Taniya Nayak
- Ellen DeGeneres: Keith Urban; journalist Savannah Guthrie
The Philadelphia 76ers say center Andrew Bynum will have season-ending arthroscopic surgery on both knees. Bynum hasn't played this season and is an unrestricted free agent, meaning he may have played his last game for the Sixers.
Bradford, Pennsylvania's Alfredo Malespini III decided that he no longer wanted to be married to his wife. Perhaps it was because of the argument they had over his affair, or perhaps it was because he'd been drinking heavily throughout the day. In any case, Alfredo was so desperate to end his marriage that he attempted to shoot the wedding ring off his finger. The operative word in the previous sentence was 'attempted' as police arrived to find Alfredo's ring still on his now-mangled finger, which may have made it difficult to take fingerprints after he was arrested.
2011: U.S. and European forces launched air strikes on Moammar Gaddafi's forces in Libya.
actress Ursula Andress (Dr. No, The Blue Max, Clash of the Titans) 77