During a break from a therapy session with their moms, Heidi Montag and Bad Girls Club's Natalie Nunn asked the 21-year-old how things are in the bedroom with her 55-year-old husband — whom she wed in 2011 at the ripe age of 16.
The blonde beauty and her momma got into it on this week's episode of The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition — and Courtney called out her mom Krista Keller's alleged affinity for hitting on her boyfriends!
After the dust settled, the 29-year-old's mom Darlene Egelhoff said she blamed Heidi for their falling out because of her daughter's quest for fame. But the reality star clapped back, bringing up Darlene's comments to the press about her infamous surgery!
And you can bet that things were just as dysfunctional for the rest of the housemates…
In fact, in a new song with Juicy J (the guy with songs like Bandz A Make Her Dance, Twerk, and Bounce It), Wiz Khalifa raps about how "these hoes, they for everybody," and seems to take shots at his estranged wife Amber.
Bad Girls Club star Natalie Nunn is the latest celeb to be exploited via sex tape discovery…
A complete stranger, who found the footage on the iPad she left in the NYC subway, is threatening to release the footage unless she hands over $100,000.
That's definitely not cool, but it's also not a good idea to keep such sensitive footage on a portable device like an iPad! Anyway, Mz. Nunn gave her side of the story in a radio interview with the JV Show (above).
It turns out that she normally keeps her iPad password protected, BUT she forgot it on the trip so she bought a NEW one in the Big Apple. The footage found wasn't just being stored on the device, it was
After the golden politician had trouble getting A-list talent to sing at his Friday inauguration, it was looking like the only performance of the ceremony would be Trump pretending to seem presidential.
Now descending to the depths of obscure R&B singers and oh-yeah-I-forgot-about-them rock bands, Trump has seemingly found loyal musicians who are very excited to perform... not for him, of course -- but for the country!
Leaving rehearsal at the Lincoln Memorial on Wednesday night, frontman Brad Arnold kept a sunny disposition on the performance, telling TMZ that playing the gig was "all about America." The Kryptonite singer explained:
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