Not only did Martha Stewart weigh in on the Paula Deen-vastation on Andy Cohen's HIGH-larious show Watch What Happens Live, she also admitted to having a one night stand, sexting, and maybe having a threesome. We don't know how you "maybe" have a threesome but we'd LOVE to know! Dish, girl, dish!
And then things got kray kray. Martha actually spanked the host himself with a paddle while making him beg, thus turning Watch What Happens Live into the made-for-TV 50 Shades of Grey, which may or may not be the nickname Martha has for her plethora of beaus.
Ch-ch-check all of that weirdness sexiness in the videos …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
There's nothing like giving a teammate a little tap on the tush to tell them they've done a good job!
But when Chad Johnson got a little too frisky with his lawyer in court, it ended up costing him BIG time!!
As we previously mentioned, the former footballer was in court yesterday following up on domestic violence arrest from last year, and apparently he was VERY close to striking up a plea deal that would have let him walk free. But that quickly changed when Chad decided to congratulate his lawyer on a job well done with a little pat on the booty!
Ch-ch-check out the spank heard ’round the world (above)!
Chad drew a light chuckle from the crowd with his actions, but his celebration may have come a little to soon as the judge was NOT laughing!
Not only did she scold him for not taking things seriously, but she ended up throwing out the plea deal and sentenced him to 30 days in jail! YIKES!!!
Like we said, a spanking is a great way to congratulate a fellow athlete, but unfortunately for Mr. Ochocinco he was in a courthouse and NOT a football field!
"When somebody approaches you and says, 'Hey, this is a Hollywood party where you get to hang out with the powerful people in Hollywood,' well that sounds like a great opportunity."
In fact, this sit down comes shortly after Elijah Wood discussed "organized" child abuse and pedophilia in the entertainment industry -- a story which he has since recanted. However, the 44-year-old believes there was in fact a type of network that allowed executives to prey on child stars.