Expert says Erin Andrews wasn’t guaranteed safety at hotel
Sometimes guest safety, like bedbugs, is simply beyond a hotel’s control, a defense expert testified Wednesday in sportscaster Erin Andrews’ $75 million civil lawsuit.
Sam Smith taking a break from Twitter after Oscars backlash
Sam Smith is stepping away from social media until further notice.“I’m logging off for a while. Some Martinis are shaken not stirred are definitely in order,” the singer tweeted on Tuesday.
MAMA JUNE PASSES OUT Rushed to Hospital
Mama June was just rushed to the hospital after collapsing at her home in Georgia Wednesday… TMZ has learned. We’re told June had been complaining about not feeling well, and had thrown up several times throughout the day. She passed out right after walking down the stairs in her house. She regained consciousness, but then had multiple fainting spells … so her daughter, Pumpkin drove her to the hospital.
KATT WILLIAMS NOW A BATTERY SUSPECT IN L.A. TOO After Alleged GA Crimes
Katt Williams is racking up alleged crimes coast to coast — he was also involved in an L.A. altercation and he’s considered a suspect … TMZ has learned. Katt tells us he saw a car accident Tuesday outside his hotel and went down to the scene to help the victims. But while he was doing that, he says onlookers, who he described as “rappers,” started making fun of his height.
Have Mercy! ‘Fuller House’ Renewed For Season 2 On Netflix
Is “Fuller House” coming back? You got it, dude. The “Full House” reboot has officially been renewed for Season 2 on Netflix, the show announced on Twitter. And now there’s even hope the Olsen twins may reprise Michelle in future episodes.
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom heat up Hawaii and NYC
After a cozy break in Hawaii, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are bringing their romance tour to New York. The new couple was spotted at the Polo Bar on Tuesday night, where Perry was introducing Bloom to fellow diners as “my boyfriend.”Spies said Perry and Bloom sat closely together and looked affectionate.
Disney revives ‘High School Musical’ with open casting call
The Disney Channel is reviving “High School Musical.” The channel said Tuesday it’s starting a nationwide casting search for the latest sequel in the hit TV movie franchise.“High School Musical 4” will introduce new East High Wildcats and their cross-town rivals, the West High Knights, the channel said.