Antonio Sabato, Jr. Is Running For Congress-
Actor Antonio Sabato Junior is getting into politics. The “Melrose Place” star running for Congress. He has registered to run for the House in California's 26th District, which includes Santa Paula, Thousand Oaks, and Ventura. Sabato’s platform will be based on issues that he is personally passionate about, including the opioid crisis, tough immigration reform, and veterans affairs. Sabato has had roles in "General Hospital" and "Melrose Place," and has competed on "Dancing with the Stars."
*Teresa Giudice could find herself back in court after failing to report two traffic tickets to her probation officer. The Real Housewives star, who served 11 months in prison on fraud charges, is required to report all contact with police. Now she's been warned that any further slip-ups could find her in violation of her probation.
*Phaedra Parks was fired from the Real Housewives of Atlanta! She's the lawyer that was married to Apollo who is now in jail now. Well Phaedra started a rumor about Kandi and Porsha and the rumor went a little bit too far so she got fired for it! The lawyers were worried there could be a big lawsuit in there somewhere and let her go.
NOW ON DVD:
*Just one big new movie is out on video this week, and it's not for everyone.
- The sequel Fifty Shades Darker has Jamie Dornan back as Christian Grey and Dakota Johnson as his lover Anastasia.
TV that's new to video includes season four of Orange Is the New Black, season two of Powers, season four of Inside Amy Schumer and the debut season of Divorce.
*Bill Clinton is about to add novelist to his resume.
The former president has teamed up with popular writer James Patterson to co-write a thriller titled The President Is Missing.
The book, scheduled for release in June 2018, is about the disappearance of a sitting president.
In the press release, Clinton says, "Working on a book about a sitting President — drawing on what I know about the job, life in the White House, and the way Washington works — has been a lot of fun. And working with Jim has been terrific. I’ve been a fan of his for a very long time."
*Richard Simmons lawyers filed a defamation lawsuit yesterday against the National Enquirer. In the summer of 2015, the tabloid said Simmons was a transgender woman. Simmons says their “cruel and malicious” stories were an invasion of privacy. The National Enquirer released a statement saying "...It is the business of The National Enquirer to report on what goes on behind the closed doors of Hollywood. Our story was based on credible sources who were in Mr. Simmons’ inner circle."....Richard is alleging that a former associate “blackmailed, extorted and stalked” & even sold the false stories to the National Enquirer and Radar Online.
- Jennifer Lopez was interviewed by "Today" and talked about her relationship with Alex Rodriguez
- During the interview she admitted that she's okay with their couple name J.Rod
- She also says they had a great time at the Met Gala with A.Rod, which was their first red carpet appearance as a couple
Now buzzing on Facebook and Twitter.
John Oliver: Some are crediting him with crashing the FCC website after his attack of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's plan to cut back net neutrality guidelines.
Bill Clinton and James Patterson: They're writing a novel together titled The President Is Missing, which will mix Patterson's mastery of drama with the ex-president's knowledge of the White House.
Curtis Sittenfeld: The Prep and American Wife author is set to write a novel about Hillary Clinton's life, had she not married Bill Clinton.
Blade Runner 2049: The trailer for the sequel starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford has been released.
Bristol Palin: She gave birth to her third child, a girl named Atlee Bay.
#DTWS: Fans are reacting to Trio Night on Dancing With the Stars.
#DearMamaVH1: Viewers are commenting on VH1's Mother's Day special, hosted by Anthony Anderson and La La AnthonY
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