We Love Harry Styles and His Four Nipples!
Mel B's sister held nothing back yesterday when she went off on the Spice Girl's allegedly abusive husband Stephen Belafonte in an Instagram rant. "Dear all media, I won't be selling a story on my sister, never have and never will!" Danielle Brown wrote alongside a goofy pic of Mel B. "Here is my comment...Eight years of abusive calls me and my mum have had stating we would never see Melanie again. I am laughing and celebrating as you were wrong. You are a sorry excuse of a man!!" She then quoted a lyric from Beyoncé’s "Irreplaceable" and added several hashtags, including "#WifeBeater," "#Psychopath" and #DontMessWithTheBrowns." It should be noted that Mel and Danielle were estranged for years until their father's death last month appeared to bring them together.
Meanwhile, Stephen is denying in engaging in the horrific abuse Melanie has accused him of. In a statement, Stephen’s lawyer says, "In due course, Mr. Belafonte will be filing his response to the outrageous and unfounded allegations made by Ms. Brown, which allegations he vehemently denies," his lawyers write.
The statement went on to say that Mel B is the one at fault claiming that the allegations she’s made are nothing more than a smear campaign intended to cover up her own conduct during the marriage.
Earlier this week, Mel B, 41, was granted a temporary restraining order for her and her three children against Stephen. In papers filed at court in L.A. Monday, the singer alleges that Belafonte physically and verbally abused her and sexually exploited her during their marriage.
A hearing has been set for April 24th.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne reveals she spends a wild amount of money on fashion every month. "It's a lot. Maybe $40,000 a month on clothes, shoes, and accessories." The aspiring singer references her pricey lifestyle in her recently released single, "XXPEN$IVE." In addition to pursuing a singing career and starring on RHOBH, Jayne is also appearing on the current season of Dancing With the Stars, so she points out, "...it's all for work. I'm on television. This is what I do for a living. It's part of the job."
Harry Styles has a new song out – it dropped in the wee hours of the morning, it’s called "Sign of the Times" and it is amazing.
Since he has a new song to promote he’s doing some press… he was recently asked about dating and who he is with. Here was his response:
“I haven’t dated in a long time because I went away to do the movie, then did the album, so I haven’t in a while. I have a couple of candles left still though.”
Harry also proved that he’s no different from the rest of us when it comes to cyberstalking our crushes to the nth degree and made the decision recently to stop researching. “I used to (research dates), then I said I’m not going to do that anymore, it’s impossible to go in without a perception of someone and you’ve never met them and I started feeling like that was wrong and weird.”
While there are girls lining up to be with the guy, he’s actually not sure that he would make the perfect partner. He says, “I think I snore and also I quite like routine so I don’t know if I’m incredibly spontaneous.” He was also asked about his best trait, to which he said, “Best trait I don’t know, it’s weird to pick your best, shall we go with the nipples thing.” It’s been a while since we’ve heard about those nipples.
Caitlyn Jenner asks Khloe Kardashian what went wrong in their relationship in a promo clip for Sunday's episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. In the episode, the two sit down over a glass of wine for a chat and Caitlyn says, "I just really feel like over the last year and a half we certainly have grown apart." Khloe repsonds by telling Caitlyn that her transition has been hard on her. "...Not having you in my life, it's a huge blow because I'm like, OK, my second dad, this guy I've grown up with, that raised me, was taken away from me, but no one really let me have that," Khloe adds.
Comedian Don Rickles died of kidney failure yesterday at the age of 90. He was a legendary insult comic . . . arguably the best of all time.
Don was a popular guest on late night talk shows, racking up well over 200 appearances, with more than 100 on "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" alone. And that's just the start, he showed up as himself on over 100 different TV shows over the years, and had 85 acting roles.
He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Barbara. And his last Tweet paid tribute to their marriage, quote, "We're celebrating our 52nd wedding anniversary on March 14th. Happy Anniversary my dear wife, Barbara. You are my life."
By the way, Don was working on a new reality show called "Dinner with Don", which is a little like Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee", except that it's just held at various restaurants.
A full season of 10 to 12 episodes had finished filming, and there's some footage online. In the clip, his dinner guests include Jimmy Kimmel, Amy Poehler, Sarah Silverman, Zach Galifianakis, and Paul Rudd.
It's unclear when or where it'll air.
Of course the tributes rolled in yesterday.
Bob Saget: "My friend, my dad, the funniest biggest hearted of them all. A beautiful husband and father. My heart is broken. Rest in Peace."
Mel Brooks: "One of the bravest, funniest, and sweetest guys that ever performed. A dear pal that we will all sorely miss."
Tom Hanks: "A God died today. Don, we did not want to ever lose you. Never."
Jimmy Kimmel: "90 years with him weren't enough. One of the sweetest and most lovely people I had the pleasure of knowing."
Barbra Streisand: "Being skewered by Don Rickles was side-splitting funny. A gentle soul with rapid fire wit."
Larry King: "A national treasure is gone. His talent was limitless. To know him was a gift."
Martin Scorsese: "I had the honor of being roasted by him more than once, sometimes when I didn't expect it . . . he just started showing up at places and insulting me."
Another day, another embarrassing incident for Shia Labeouf. Shia was at an L.A. bowling alley called Pinz on Wednesday, pounding beers for about three hours. So you KNOW this is going south . . .
Like so many drunk people at bowling alleys, Shia got a hankerin' for French fries. But for some reason, the bartender wouldn't serve him. So Shia went nuts.
And the bartender apparently picked up a Grey Goose bottle as a potential weapon. Because Shia was caught on video screaming, "I'm asking you about French fries, and you want to hit me in the head with a Grey Goose bottle?"
He also said, "You [effing] racist [B-word]. Don't talk to me! You [effed] up!" It's not clear WHY Shia called the bartender a racist. From the video, it's hard to tell definitively if he's black or white.
Shia was kicked out of the joint, but he had to come back, because he still had his rented bowling shoes on.
Damn Hollywood liberals ruin everything. . . even birthdays. Back in February, Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston to Mexico, for a one-night birthday celebration.
He said, "We do special things. I did a little night for her birthday where we went to a special dinner and had a piñata." So what was in that piñata? Nothing.
Justin says, "We didn't put anything in the piñata. We had a piñata and didn't end up smashing it. What are you going to put in it? Kale? She doesn't eat candy!"
Netflix finally released its trailer for Anne, the highly anticipated adaptation of the children’s classic Anne of Green Gables, written in 1908 by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Told across eight episodes, the story follows orphan Anne Shirley Cuthbert (played by Amybeth McNulty) who is sent to live with a pair of siblings who wanted to adopt a boy and the hijinks that ensue when the feisty Anne arrives.