Chris Brown can do no wrong in the eyes of his Loyal fans.
On Tuesday, she explained:
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Don't put words in her mouth!
According to TMZ, Holly Madison is reportedly suing Blackcore Edge, a male enhancement company, for saying that she once gave an interview to Dr. Oz and claimed Hugh Hefner took the company's male enhancement pills to stay, um, erect during their sexual encounters.
Holly found the article with her alleged comments online and immediately became outraged.
According to the lawsuit, Holly supposedly said:
Kate Gosselin is NOT a fan of the tabloids.
And the Kate Plus 8 star makes that fact perfectly clear during her appearance on The Dr. Oz Show. Tell us more!
On Thursday's episode, Miz Gosselin opens up about how false gossip in the media has negatively impacted her over the years.
In fact, in the first of two sneak peeks (above) the mother-of-eight accuses the tabloids of draining her of her "physical energy." Is she sure that isn't from parenting eight kids??
Of course, it wouldn't be an interview with Kate if she didn't also throw shots at her ex-husband, Jon Gosselin. During her sit down, the 41-year-old SLAMS the aspiring DJ for not seeing "the value in uplifting his children". Oh snap!
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the shade for yourself (below)!
Hell hath no fury like a Remini scorned.
That's because after giving A&E its best debut since 2014 with the premiere of Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath on Tuesday, the suppressive person is about to share even more of her story on The Dr. Oz Show!
In fact, in a sneak peek of Thursday's all-new episode, Leah actually challenges the religion/cult to sue her!
Apparently, the self-proclaimed Troublemaker is well-versed in legal jargon and is completely confident they'd have no case, telling the doctor:
Dustin Diamond is trying to make things right!
On Thursday's episode of Dr. Oz's chat show, the 39-year-old publicly apologized to his Saved By The Bell castmates for sparking their estrangement due to his destructive behavior. Good for him.
During his candid chat with the doc, the former child star dished:
Corey Feldman is requesting a topic change.
Back in May, the Goonies actor alleged that Hollywood executives sexually abused Corey Haim when the two were young stars in the 1980s.
These reports didn't sit well with Haim's mother Judy, who threatened to sue Feldman if he didn't stop spreading lies about her deceased son.
So when the Go 4 It singer stopped by Dr. Oz for an interview airing Tuesday, it wasn't much of a surprise he wanted to tap out of the conversation!
Explaining that he doesn't want to affect anyone's life in a negative way, the 45-year-old feels like he's "said what needs to be said" about the topic — and from this point on will no longer be talking about the "personal stuff" regarding Haim's troubled past "out of respect" for Judy. He says:
On Tuesday's episode of The Dr. Oz Show, the Goonies alum opens up about how the child sex abuse allegations against the now-late legend put a serious strange on their unlikely bond.
The 45-year-old, who was a victim of child molestation himself, tells Dr. Oz that the Michael became anxious the actor would turn against him.