We're gonna be dancing in our seats every week now!
That's because ABC managed to get Kim Zolciak to join the cast!
[Image via Kim Zolciak/Instagram.]
Howie's got some cleaning up to do!
In a world where we capture almost everything someone says on some sort of recording device, and can share it with anyone in a click of a button, we find people must be a lot more careful in what they say.
Howie Mandel is still learning that as he said something on last night's America's Got Talent that upset quite a few people.
As the fan favorite performer Stevie Starr was on stage performing his talent of swallowing random objects whole and bringing them back up in one piece, Howie tried to make a quippy remark by saying:
"You, sir, make bulimia entertaining."
As you can imagine there was an immediate rustling and reaction from the audience after he made the comment.
But Mandel recognized his mistake and made sure to do his best to make up for his boneheaded words by apologizing on air a few acts later. The AGT judge said:
It seems the story surrounding Rosie O'Donnell's daughter and the heroin dealer she met on Tinder has taken a darker turn.
If you don't remember, Chelsea O'Donnell was discovered hiding in Steve Sheerer's attic after a week long search earlier this month — which resulted in the 25-year-old being charged with child endangerment.
On Monday, it was reported that a nude photo of Sheerer was found on the 17-years-old's phone. Ugh.
It appears that the grown adult knowingly sent the snap to Chelsea over the internet.
Anyone else totally creeped out?!
Nonetheless, it appears that the Tinder user could face some serious jail time as he's been specifically charged with third degree endangering a child and third degree distribution of obscenity to a minor — where each charge could add up to five years.
Judge Phillip Miller explained:
This might be the last resort.
This is one of the many instances where the troubled reality TV star has gotten in trouble with the law, and where she may have fallen back to her alcoholic ways.
Well now, her family might be stepping in.
According to a close source, the former child star's brood is reportedly in talks to put her in a 5150 hold.
Psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig explains what that process entails:
Everyone loves a good comeback story.
For the Olympian with the most gold medals in history, he's looking to leave all of that drama in the past and thus has vowed to stay sober until the games in Brazil. Whoa!
"Before I even went to court, I said to myself that I'm not going to drink until after Rio – if I ever drink again. That was a decision I made for myself. I'm being honest with myself. Going into 2008 and 2012, I didn't do that. I didn't say I was going to take a year off from drinking and not have a drink."
Well said! We're LOVING this re-focused attitude Phelps is showcasing.
On Monday, it was said by Manhattan Criminal Court prosecutors that Gigi Hadid's accused stalker, Marcell Porter, will face a trial after allegedly trying to break into the blonde beauty's NYC residence.
Yikes! In fact, it's said that the superfan attempted to break into the model's home no less than FIVE times and also sent her countless unwanted messages on Facebook.
Reportedly, the 35-year-old wrote:
"I LOVE U. I KNOW EVERYTHING NOW … WAIT FOR ME SOULMATE."
Terrifying. According to Marcell's defense attorney Rosemary Vassallo, court doctors found the troubled fan mentally unfit. Whoa, we can only imagine that'll complicate the case against him.
Apparently, in a one attempt to get into her apartment, Marcell told officials at the building that the two previously knew each other.
"I'm paramilitary and I saved her life before … she wants to marry me and have my kids."
That's intense stuff. We're not surprised the starlet placed her SoHo condo on the market — for a whopping $2.45 million.
Although Gigi's rep noted:
"Gigi has never had a physical encounter with a stalker and the selling of her current apartment and the stalker incident are completely unrelated."
Hmm, very inneresting.
We hope everything gets resolved sooner than later for the 20-year-old and that her accused stalker gets the help he needs. Fingers crossed.
[Image via Ivan Nikolov/WENN.]
Britney Spears may remain under conservatorship Till The World Ends.
Nonetheless, the pop princess' conservatorship has been incredibly successful for the past 7 ½ years. In fact, it's said that Brit's camp has no plans to end the current set-up.
In case you forgot, the Work B*tch performer went through a rough patch in 2007 which resulted in her hospitalization and her father Jamie Spears establishing the conservatorship for her personal finances. Whoa.
But it seems it's the best thing that has ever happened to the A-lister. At one point, Miz Spears was at risk of losing her children and now appears to be a super mom. Who could forget the happy family's most recent outing to Disneyland?
With her KILLER Las Vegas residency, it almost seems unreal that the icon's finances were once in shambles. In fact, the conservatorship raked in
On Tuesday, musician Justin Lowe was found dead near the St. Croix River in Minnesota by a hiker. Lowe was the founding guitarist for the metalcore band After the Burial and had been missing since Saturday.
The guitarist was 32-years-old at the time of his death. Tragic.
However, it's implied by the fellow members of ATB that their bandmate was struggling with an unspecified mental illness. In June, Lowe announced on Facebook that he would be leaving the rock group.
The band later responded:
"This is a very sad and hurtful situation for us to grasp, and unfortunately it is one we still don't fully understand. Our dear friend, our brother onstage and off, has fallen into a very broken state of mind. A state that, despite our continued efforts, we have been powerless to get him out of."
Whoa! The group's site also noted that the founding member had gone missing before.