Bits and Pieces - July 8, 2013
July 8, 2013
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have reportedly turned down a $3 million offer for the first photos of their baby. That's difficult to imagine seeing as how hard up for cash those kids are.
Rumor has it that ROBERT PATTINSON is seeing Elvis Presley's granddaughter, actress RILEY KEOUGH. Robert is said to be a big fan of Elvis and they've been seen getting cozy around L.A. Ironically, it was KRISTEN STEWART that introduced them when they starred together in The Runaways movie. Yes, Kristen is said to be ticked because she thought Riley was her friend and she can't believe she would date her ex.
Nick Lachey is returning to "THE SING-OFF" for a fourth season as Jewel will replace Sara Bareilles as a judge, alongside returning stars Shawn Stockman and Ben Folds.
- Having time on her hands following the cancellation of AGAINST ME'S spring tour, Laura Jane Grace is going to do some solo shows and perhaps preview songs from the group's new album Transgender Dysphoria Blues. The mini-tour kicks off in Philadelphia on August 10th.
- In case you need to know everything about KE$HA, she recently tweeted that she found a pubic hair in her bed and it wasn't hers. Of course, this raises more questions than answers.
- SCOTTY MCCREERY will set sail with the cast of Duck Dynasty on the Duck Commander Cruise. The ship sets sail from the Port of Miami in July of next year and you can get the details at DuckCommanderCruise.com.
- Good Morning America: Chef Rocco DiSpirito; fitness trainer Chris Powell; George W. Bush
- CBS This Morning: Chef Myron Mixon
- Today: Martha Stewart
- Kelly & Michael: Jane Lynch; Nicole Murphy ("Hollywood Exes")
- The View: Guest co-host Ne-Yo; comic Kevin Hart
- The Talk: Guest co-host Carolina Bermudez; singer Gretchen Wilson; The Wanted
- Ellen DeGeneres: Steve Carell; magician Justin Flom
The Indiana Pacers have agreed to re-sign free-agent forward David West. It's reported to be a three-year deal worth $36 million.
After the 1989 World Series earthquake in San Francisco and the partial collapse of the Bay Bridge, authorities decided it was time for a new span. Nearly a quarter century later that new bridge is about to open...maybe. Those in charge of building the new bridge say they have no evidence that they verified the quality of the hundreds of irreplaceable rods anchoring the tower of the new bridge or made sure the manufacturer hadn't used a procedure that left them vulnerable to cracking.
1999: The U.S. team won the Women's World Cup in soccer
actor Ron Glass (Barney Miller, Firefly, Death At a Funeral) 68