One of the brighter spots during the Emmys was when director Glenn Weiss won the award for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special, and he turned his acceptance speech into a wedding proposal. His girlfriend of seven years, Jan Svendsen, said yes, and all of us at home believed in true love once again. Except the thing is, not everyone might’ve been swooning over Glenn’s public proposal. According to Page Six, Glenn’s two daughters didn’t exactly love finding out about their dad’s proposal on television with the rest of us.
Usually when we’re talking Tori Spelling and the subject of her kids, it’s typically a conversation about how she gets excited over the thought of seeing two lines on a pregnancy test. But sometimes we’re dealing with the mental image steam pouring out of Tori’s ears while she aggressively protects her children. This is that kind of story, and it involves an anrgy Tori coming to the defense of her four oldest kids after they were body shamed on Instagram.
I wasn’t aware Selena Gomez had taken a monk-like vow of silence, but according to that cover line on the October issue of ELLE magazine, Selena has broken her silence and is ready to talk again! The only problem for ELLE is, she’s currently talking about how bummed out she is regarding some of the details that got published in their story.
During Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart’s little monologue at the beginning of MTV VMAs on Monday night, she made a crack about the members of Fifth Harmony, who weren’t there, when talking about multiple-nominee and former Harmony Camila Cabello. Some people might have been laughing, but one of them wasn’t former Fifth Harmonizer Lauren Jauregui.
When you put Bill Murray in front of a camera, one of two things can happen. You might get Happy Bill and a moment that goes viral, or you might get Angry Bill and a camera that ends up thrown off a balcony. According to The Boston Globe, Angry Bill squared off with a photographer in Martha’s Vineyard on Wednesday night.
Anyone who wished they could see more of Jerry O’Connell gossiping on TV (besides the times he’s hired as Ryan Seacrest’s unofficial seat filler on Live with Kelly and Ryan) was surely delighted to hear the news last month that Bravo was giving him his own TV show. Jerry’s late-night show was going to be called Real Men Watch Bravo, and it was set to premiere in the fall. Not many people were feeling the name, because it can be argued that real men already watch Bravo, and they’re called the viewers of every Real Housewives franchise in existence. And so a few days after the announcement of Real Men Watch Bravo, Bravo announced the show would be renamed. Jerry is now apologizing for that.