The Hunter Foundation and their partner Cookie Pop had an event at Dylan’s Candy Bar on Tuesday, November 27th to celebrate #GivingTuesday. Friends to the show Jerry O’ Connell and Dr. Oz were in attendance, as well as former NFL player Erik Coleman, “Real Housewives of New York” star Dorinda Medley, and more.
Wendy thanks everyone for coming together in support of combatting drug addiction and substance abuse. All online proceeds from e-commerce sales November 21, 2018 through January 7, 2019 will be donated to the Hunter Foundation.
A year after being fired from the “Today” show, Matt Lauer is lonely and not doing well. He’s been struggling to come to terms with his new normal.
Matt is reportedly living in his Hamptons guest house. His soon to be ex-wife, Annette Roque and their three children, ages 11, 14, and 17, live in the main house.
Matt will reportedly find a new place once he’s divorced. Rumors are swirling that Annette will get $20 million and several properties in their divorce settlement.
On occasion, Matt gets visits from his former “Today” co-hosts. Another source claims he misses being in the spotlight and wants a career in news again and is looking into opportunities in London and online.
This is a celebrity feud no one saw coming: Iconic rock star Tommy Lee and rapper Travis Scott!
In Travis’ current “Astro-World” show, he raps in a chair that does a 360-degree loop. Back in 2011, Tommy Lee played the drums on a 360-degree loop. During the show, Travis also rides a “rollercoaster” that takes him from one stage to the next. Tommy Lee used to ride what he called “the crucifly.”
Tommy Lee got pissed when he saw the video of Travis’ show and sounded off. “Just found out this f**king idiot… Or someone on his team ripped off the 360 and the crucifly! Wtf!! Get an original idea bro …”
Bobby Brown is suing Showtime for airing an unauthorized Whitney Houston documentary. He claims the 2017 “Whitney: Can I Be Me” documentary used old footage of him and his kids without permission. He’s suing for $2 million.
This was the documentary Whitney’s family did not participate in. The movie claimed Bobby and Robyn Crawford battled for Whitney’s affection. Bobbi Kristina’s estate is also suing.
O.J. Simpson’s former manager Norman Pardo is making a documentary about the infamous murders. He worked with O.J. for almost 20 years after he was acquitted. Norman claims that O.J. not only murdered, but he also had an accomplice.
The documentary is being made with inside scooper Dylan Howard. Pardo’s been working with a team of criminal investigators, lawyers, and experts for four years. He claims it’s the most thorough investigation of the murders ever conducted. Pardo has 70 hours of never-before-seen video.
The documentary will potentially be released in the summer of 2019, which marks the 25th anniversary of murders.