Jennifer Lopez Says That The Footage Of Her Serenading Ben Affleck At Their Latest Wedding Was Stolen And Shared Online Without Their Consent
I would’ve bet the cost of an On The JLo newsletter subscription (it’s free) that the first Bennifer wedding leak we’d hear about was the one that Ben Affleck took out back next to the catering van, one eye closed so he could remain upright and avoid toppling over into his own powerful piss stream, cigarette (with 3 inches of ash) that he bummed from a busboy hanging from the side of his mouth. But, it turns out that the footage of Jennifer Lopez serenading Ben that we heard about on Friday was the first (admitted, non-urine) leak–because according to ET Canada, Jennifer commented on a fan’s Instagram post of the clip that it was supposed to be a private moment between the kind-of-recentlyweds, and that whoever took it shared it without their consent.
Drag queen Shannel, best known for appearances on the first seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race and RPDR All Stars, caught shit over a comedic bit where she “steals” tips from the audience. Audience member Megan Gerber has accused the queen of taking $700 out of her purse during a drag brunch performance in Vegas. Megan uploaded footage of the alleged theft to TikTok and so far it has 5 million views. The video shows Shannel rifling through Megan’s purse, fishing out some cash, and returning the purse to her table. Wow! Right in front of cameras and a packed house! To quote Drag Race UK’s Tayce, “The cheek, the nerve, the gall, the audacity, and the gumption” (IF SHANNEL IS GUILTY).
The Producers Of “Hamilton” Served A Cease And Desist Order To A Texas Church For Performing An Illegal Version With An Anti-LGBTQ Message
Isn’t one of the Ten Commandments Thou Shall Not Steal? Well, clearly the bibles inside of The Door Christian Fellowship Ministries in McAllen, Texas must have some missing pages because they didn’t get that memo. Recently they decided to keep things within the congregation fresh and hip by performing an unauthorized version of the Broadway smash Hamilton, but they added a few tweaks. Aside from changing a few of the lyrics, they also threw in a lovely message aimed at sinners, including alcoholics and homosexuals, to remind them that God can help them with their problems.
Late last month, some sticky-fingered types really wanted to burgle the Beckham home in London. The thieves likely expected to find jewelry, cash, and luxury items waiting for them inside. But little did they know, also located conveniently in the home were David and Victoria Beckham themselves. Don’t worry, David and Victoria are all good. In fact, they didn’t even know someone was inside pilfering all their fancy stuff.
If Robin Thicke’s working relationship with Pharrell back in 2013 has taught anyone in the music industry anything, it’s that you should probably spend just as much time on your beat, melody, and lyrics as you do on making sure as hell that you’re not blatantly ripping off someone else’s song. That’s what happened to them with “Blurred Lines,” and it ended with a huge lawsuit and a $5 million judgment awarded to the plaintiffs. The same thing is currently happening to Dua Lipa, except her situation is a little different. Instead of one lawsuit accusing her of copying a previously established song, there are two lawsuits accusing her of such. So yeah, her lawyers have been busy this month.
Jeremy Piven has been the victim of a CRIME! TMZ is reporting that Bling Ring-esque thieves broke into Jeremy’s LA home when he was out of town. They came in through a smashed window and made away with $20,000 worth of clothes. Now, if Jeremy were a regular poor like you and I, this would be a huge loss. But, luckily, this is the guy who used to charge $15,000 for a Cameo Zoom call. Ipso facto, he’s rich. And $20k worth of rich-person-clothes is likely just a distressed pair of jeans and a Johnny Depp-style fedora.