Uh-oh, drama is a-brewin' on the Glee set and we're not talking about the scripted dramz!
Talk about a figurative slap in the face!
But maybe life is imitating art for these two!
Ha! He's just so abooove it all, isn't he?!
Yesterday, Reichen Lehmkuhl let the whole world see his, ahem, Gay Housewife when images were made public of him jerking off on a webcam.
After confirming that the images were, in fact, him, he released the following statement:
"I don't feel that this story represents anything different in me than what the majority of gay men have done at one point or another — as far as posting a private picture over internet lines for private viewing. In my, now, nine years of being in the public eye, I've seen many less-flattering photos attributed to me, so that's a plus. Moving on…"
Ha! Well at least he's owning up to it!
Nor should he be ashamed to show that thing off a little more!
Just saying! LOLz!
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Well well well!
Apparently, when Reichen Lehmkuhl isn't busy embarrassing himself on The Gay Housewives of New York or making our ears weep with his attempt at a music career, he's a big fan of jerking off a webcam for the world to see!
But, as it is ALWAYS the case, these things NEVER STAY SECRET, and someone finally realized just exactly whom they were watching, and were thoughtful enough to share his member with the rest of us!
And it's JUICY!
CLICK HERE to see the uncensored shots of Reichen!
Maybe Jeff Probst will come to Richard's aid as well! What do you think, Jeff?
Okay, so maybe only Donald Trump has got Richard Hatch's back, but that's a pret-ty powerful ally to have on your side!
Former Survivor winner/Celebrity Apprentice contestant Richard Hatch has turned himself in for a nine-month jail sentence today, which he'll serve as a result of unfiled/unpaid taxes…unless Donald can work his Trump magic, that is.
Here's what The Donald had to say about his desire to help out Hatch:
"It sounds like a very tough predicament. I may ask him if there's anything I can do… I may get involved and ask him what the hell is going on."
"He wasn't loved on set because it's a competition but I will say he was respected. [Helping Hatch is] something I'd think about. He's been a great character on the show."
"If he makes it to the finals – and I'm not saying he is – I'm sure we can get him time off for good behavior."
Wow! After all this time, looks like Richard Hatch MIGHT get out of jail early AND might get his debt paid off.
Way to give positive reinforcement for negative behavior, Donald!
Do U think Richard Hatch deserves The Donald's help? Or not so much?
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Don't pass GO!
You must go directly to jail, Richard Hatch!
Earlier we reported that the Survivor winner was trying to get an appeal case to stall his jail sentence, but the judge wasn't having it.
A Rhode Island judge has denied his request to delay his surrender to authorities to begin his 9-month prison sentence for failing to pay taxes (yup, again) on his $1 million Survivor winnings.
Richard had asked the judge to give him time to get his affairs in order, but the judge has told him no. He must turn himself in to U.S. Marshals by noon TODAY.
Time's ticking, Richard!
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It doesn't hurt to ask, right?
Winner of the first Survivor and current contestant on Celebrity Apprentice, Richard Hatch, has asked a federal appellate court to hear his appeal after a judge sentenced him to nine more months in jail.
After failing (again) to pay taxes on the $1 million in winnings he received from Survivor, Hatch was sentenced to nine months in jail last week. He's already served three years in jail for the same crime.
But now Hatch is asking the court to hear his case and also says that along with helping his sister with her business, he has several unidentified projects in the works and he needs time to put his affairs in order before he surrenders to prison.
He's also asked the judge to wait to surrender until they determine a verdict on his appeal.
Seems like he's just stalling time before he has to report to jail. We get that you don't want to go back to the big house, Richard, but you might as well get it over with now so that you can get out sooner and you know, like pay your taxes or something.
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An arrest warrant has been issued for Kill Bill star Michael Madsen.
Michael's accused of allegedly owing around $570,000 in child and spousal support payments.
A judge found him in contempt and issued a warrant for his arrest after he failed to show up for a hearing last week.
If he is caught (and hopefully he will be), he'll be thrown in jail and will have a bail set at $26,000.
How could someone accumulate so much in child and spousal support debt?? Hopefully an arrest warrant will finally wake him up and he'll learn his lesson.
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Sinbad is set to star in his own reality show on WE (Women's Enterainment)tv.
The show tentatively called Sinbad’s Family Affair (b/c The Sinbad Show was taken) will follow the comedian and his family as they work and live in Los Angeles, with Sinbad trying to re-launch his comedy career.
“It’s not your run-of-the-mill reality show,” Sinbad tells EW. “I’m looking at this medium to find ways to be creative. If done right, reality TV can be funny.”
What the hell has Sinbad been up to since Jingle All the Way?
Well, when TV movie roles dried up, Sinbad re-married his college sweetheart, kicked his 30-person entourage off the payroll, and got back into his original passion of performing stand-up comedy.
Now living back in his original home where his career started, he’s working to rebuild his fanbase while his grown-up kids, Paige and Royce, are working on their own careers.
Think WEtv is a
stupid strange place for Sinbad?
Senior VP of Development, WE TV says,
“Sinbad’s story is one of second chances. It’s remarkable and heartwarming, but not without its drama, conflict and chaos. This is a modern family that’s reunited and they’re dealing with the emotions and issues that come along with that. It’s what viewers will see more of on WE tv, and women will be able to connect with this story and this family, either from their own experiences or those of people in their life.”
WEtv has ordered six episodes of the show.
If it's anything like Sinbad's 1996 movie First Kid it'll be hit.
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