Today is JAN 7th - Take the Christmas Deco's Down!!!!
The first week of the new year is almost over. You gotta get rid of those Christmas lights. It's now or never.
Justin Bieber was caught on camera smoking what TMZ believes was marijuana. The site, who first reported that the paparazzo who was killed following Justin thought he saw the popstar smoking weed, posted pictures of the 18-year-old hanging out with friends, holding what appeared to be a joint.
Justin later posted a tweet that seemed to be in response to the report. "Everyday growing and learning. trying to be better. u get knocked down, u get up," Biebs tweeted just hours after the pictures went public. "i see all of u. i hear all of u. i never want to let any of you down. i love u. and..thank u #beliebers. like i said...2013...new challenges. new doubters...Im ready. We are ready. see u all tomorrow and everyday after that.”
David Letterman was on "Oprah's Next Chapter" last night.
Here's Dave talking about the time he thought he made Justin Bieber cry, and the time he forced Paris Hilton to talk about the one thing she didn't want to talk about. (--It turned out that he DIDN'T make Justin cry. But Dave says he often calls people to apologize after he does a joke that offends them. He did that with Paris Hilton, after she came on his show and said she didn't want to talk about being in jail . . . but that was all that Dave kept talking about.)
Honey Boo Boo’s Mama June has taken steps to insure her daughters will be provided for once they turn 21.
Most of the earnings from Here Comes Honey Boo Boo are being equally divided between her five girls - Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thomson (7), Lauryn (12), Jessica (15) and Anna (18) and baby Kaitlyn – and then put into a trust they can’t touch until they’re 21, unless they need it for a medical emergency or school.
That's not really fair? Isn't Alana making the money?
Like we need this:
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt are trying to get back in the spotlight. The reality couple joined the cast of
OCTOMOM BACK ON WELFARE
Guess Octomom’s adult video didn’t help her financial situation. 5 months after Nadya Suleman got off welfare, she is back on it again. Nadya signed up for checks again last week, and will get $1,800 a month for food, and $1,000 for emergency cash, as well as benefits to help with mental health and dental issues.
STARS LINE-UP FOR THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS!
Jennifer Aniston, Ellen DeGeneres, Robert Downey, Jr., Josh Hutcherson, Regina King, Jennifer Lawrence, Chloë Grace Moretz, Olivia Munn, Chris O’Donnell and many more are scheduled to attend People’s Choice Awards 2013, which will broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday at Eastern on CBS. The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco will host the show, which features
performances from Christina Aguilera, Jason Aldean and Alicia Keys. The People’s Choice Award winners, nominees and categories are determined by the fans. You can still cast your votes at PeoplesChoice.com/PCA/Vote until Tuesday.
ANOTHER THREE MEN
Fans of the late-80s flick Three Men and a Baby and its 1990 sequel, Three Men and a Little Lady, will be happy to hear a third Three Men movie is in the works. Tom Selleck, who starred in the original films, revealed in an interview on The Talk recently that Three Men and a Bride is in development.
The project isn’t a go just yet, but Selleck says, “If they’re smart, they’ll do it.” Three Men and a Baby grossed 167-million dollars in 1987 and also starred Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson.
--"The Bachelor" [17th Season Premiere] . . . on
--"The Biggest Loser" . . . on NBC. San Diego Charger Antonio Gates guests when he helps cheer on the kids during a football training session.
--"Shocking Family Secrets" [Series Premiere] . . . on OWN. Ordinary families share their true stories of deception, mystery and scandal in an attempt to understand why these family secrets were kept in the first place.
--"Count It Down: Most Expensive
--"Black Ink Crew" [Series Premiere] . . . on VH1. A
--"Castle" . . . on
--"Deception" [Series Premiere] . . . on NBC. Meagan Good and Victor Garber star in this "mystery-soap" about a dysfunctional Fortune 500 family where every member has something to hide.