For those who don't know, Brian and his estranged spouse Kalea Dunkleman have been battling over their 3-year-old son Jackson for a while now. The war took a turn for the worse earlier this month when B.D. took Jackson from California to his native home of New York where he successfully obtained an emergency order retaining sole legal and primary physical custody of the boy.
Immediately after the actor took the couple's son out of state, Kalea fired back with an INTENSE appeal to the judge's decision and legal separation petition on May 9, claiming her ex is "physically abusive" as well as "constantly angry". K.D. also went on to allege in legal docs obtained by People Magazine that Brian's characterization of her as a dangerous alcoholic is "markedly different" from the truth.
According to papers filed by Ms. Dunkleman, she did struggle with alcohol at some point after giving birth to Jackson due to the high stress of her job (the momma worked as a publicist for high-profile chefs), and the fact that she was the main provider of income for her family. Coupled with being a new mom, the responsibilities of her life simply became too overwhelming.
And by "inspired by"… we mean it's all about Keith going to town on her downstairs!
Trent was busy promoting his debut album through Big Machine Records to Rolling Stone Country on Tuesday when he admitted he was at a loss for words the first time he listened to the track's second verse, saying:
On Tuesday, the 34-year-old shared a pic of older half-siblings Savannah and Seth — husband Brandon Blackstock's kids from a previous marriage — lovingly posing with Kelly's little ones, River and Remy.
What better way to celebrate Daughtry's 10 years in the industry than to see them perform a concert live for Direct TV's Audience Music show.
The It's Not Over singer is performing on Monday, May 2 at Red Studios in El Lay, and you could win a pair of tickets to the event! We're giving away a total of six pairs of tickets!
To enter, answer the following question by posting your response in the comments section (below)! Winners with the correct answer will be chosen at random.
Question: "10 years ago, Chris Daughtry came in what position on American Idol?"
Your comment will count as your entry. Only one submission per visitor please, void where prohibited (for complete giveaway rules, click here). Entries will be accepted from now until Thursday, April 28th at 7pm pst. Comments will close at that point and the winners will be drawn at random and notified via email. Must be 15 years or older to enter. Travel and accommodations are not included.
We first heard about Howard's exit way back in June of last year, but it looks like NBC wants us to get excited for Simon's return to TV because the competition series' first teaser is too much to handle!