Donald Trump sure knows what he's doing!
Awwww, how sweet… that would have been if the post wasn't slathered in self-promotion!
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Well things just got inneresting!
Last week, Florida man Peter Sloan has filed legal docs claiming that he is the long-lost son of William Shatner! In the court papers, the 59-year-old is demanding his alleged famous father take a paternity test to settle the matter once and for all.
According to the suit, the radio DJ is suing the 85-year-old for libel, defamation, torturous interference, and slander, because he's been publicly denying the personality's statements.
The supposed son claims that in 1984, he met with the Star Trek alum on the set of T.J. Hooker to discuss paternity.
The papers say:
Wow. It's hard to believe it's been 14 years since that fateful day in New York City.
Although many hardworking men, women, and children tragically passed too soon, we still celebrate their lives every year — and we're not alone.
Many of Hollywood's biggest stars have taken to social media, posting touching tributes in remembrance of September 11, 2001.
This is so heartwarming, and such a great tribute!
Last week, William Shatner asked fans and followers on Twitter to send him selfies of them doing the "Live Long And Prosper" mantra of Leonard Nimoy's Spock character, but Shatner never said what he was using them for…
But now Shatner's final mission has been revealed, and it's AH-mazing!
Shatner took the thousands of selfies he received and created an incredible tribute to his late costar.
Ch-ch-check out that tribute (below), but first, the original tweet that started it all:
Well at least he tried!
Not everyone can keep a beat, and not everyone can rap. Apparently Alex Trebek tried his best to do both.
Last night on Jeopardy, one of the questions was about Fresh Prince of Bel Air's theme song and Alex apparently couldn't refrain from rapping it!
The result? Well we think Alex's beat drew similarities in style to William Shatner's Rocket Man! LOLz!
Take a listen for yourself to hear Trebeck's A-for-effort attempt at Will Smith's classic hit!
Although they appeared together in Star Trek, the drama between them is really a star war!
Former co-stars George Takei and William Shatner have had a tumultuous relationship ever since they starred in the '60s sci-fi classic.
Recently, the drama between the two came to a head in 2004 when the Priceline spokesman claimed he was not invited to the gay activist's wedding!
On Tuesday, the Japanese-American thespian gave an interview to New York Times Magazine where he said the feud is truly all on Shatner!
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville has been extremely vocal throughout the years about the hurt and betrayal she experienced when she found out her husband of nine years Eddie Cibrian was cheating on her with several women.
And this is no exception.
In a video posted on Wednesday, the reality TV star talked to William Shatner on Ora TV's Brown Bag Wine Tasting where she opens up about her past marriage.
The 42-year-old said:
"He had extra girlfriends, I guess you can say. He had some ladies on the side."
Most notably, The Playboy Club actor was romantically linked to Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Marie and of course, his current wife LeAnn Rimes.
When asked if she ever tried to forgive the thespian:
"I tried but when I found out there was more than a couple, I decided I was better off on my own."
In fact, after learning about the cheating, the Bravolebrity went through a dark period of grief.
"It's almost like a death. You mourn, you die a little bit. Who you were as a wife and a mother, you're no longer that person."
While she now realizes that she was not to blame for Cibrian's infidelity, the author went through a phase of insecurity and body shaming.
"It took me about a year to figure out that it had nothing to do with me. But it took a while… I was wondering how I could be any better than I was. Was I not tall enough? Skinny enough? Are my boobs not big enough? Should I have blue eyes? It was all of that."
However, she has only grown stronger from this experience:
"It made me a better person to go through that… And to figure out that it had nothing to do with me."
We applaud Brandi for her honesty and we're so glad she's in a better place!
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Just two months after the world said goodbye to Mr. Spock, another original Star Trek star has left us.
Grace Lee Whitney, who played Captain Kirk's fabulously coifed assistant Yeoman Janice Rand, died of natural causes on Friday at the age of 85.
Her costar William Shatner mourned her passing, tweeting: