Bits and Pieces - January 30, 2015
January 30, 2015
Bruce Jenner is reportedly going to have his own reality show that will follow him on his journey as he undergoes a sex change. They say if all goes well, Bruce could become one of the Real Housewives.
MARIAH CAREY and NICK CANNON may be getting divorced, but they're still together as defendants in a lawsuit by a former nanny. The nanny claims she was fired because she showed too much affection to their twins. The nanny says she fed, bathed and comforted the twins, but Mariah fired her because she was jealous that the kids liked her too much. She also claims Mariah and Nick owe her overtime pay and other damages.
DAVID LETTERMAN has invited JAY LENO to appear on his show before he retires in May. The invite was reportedly extended a year ago when Leno was wrapping up his run on the Tonight Show, but Leno says he hadn't heard about it until last week. They've been feuding since 1992 when NBC picked Leno over Letterman to replace Johnny Carson on the "Tonight Show".
The GRAMMY AWARDS have added some duets to their list of performers. Those teaming up will be Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett; Jessie J and Tom Jones; Hozier and Annie Lennox; and Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine. The Grammys are coming up on February 8th.
The Disneyland measles outbreak has spread to Arizona, where two cases have been documented and public health officials are warning that hundreds more may have been exposed. The two new cases are linked to a family of four that visited Disneyland. The recent outbreak is being blamed on parents that refuse to vaccinate their kids. The director of the Arizona Department of Health Services says this outbreak has the potential to be far worse than the state's last measles outbreak in 2008.
Hours after meeting during halftime of Tuesday night's Miami Heat game, Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. met privately for more than an hour to try and hammer out a deal for their proposed May 2nd fight.
Louisville, Kentucky's Darryl Isaacs is recovering in a hospital after being hit by a car while riding a bicycle last week. Police said Isaacs was hit from behind, thrown back into the car's windshield and then on to the pavement and that he's lucky to be alive. Not so lucky to be alive is the motorist that hit Isaacs. It seems that Isaacs is a personal injury attorney known from local TV commercials as the "Heavy Hitter" and the "Kentucky Hammer."
2009: Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich was impeached and removed from office.
actor Tom Selleck (Magnum, P.I, Three Men & A Baby, Blue Bloods) 70