BULL-ywood News Headlines | November 19th 2012
Here's your BULL-ywood News for Monday November 19th 2012
-JUSTIN BIEBER won three trophies at the "American Music Awards" . . . and NICKI MINAJ pocketed two. Performance highlights included PINK doing a live version of her "Try" video, and PSY and MC HAMMER doing a mash-up of "Gangnam Style" and "Too Legit to Quit".
-JUSTIN BIEBER and SELENA GOMEZ had an up-and-down week. On Wednesday, they reportedly spent the night together. But a dinner date on Friday night ended in disaster when Selena stormed out after just 10 minutes, then locked Justin out of her house. But he still ended up spending the night. He was spotted leaving Saturday morning. On Saturday night, Selena was seen hanging out with breakup queen TAYLOR SWIFT.
-TMZ claims that the man who accused Elmo puppeteer KEVIN CLASH of having a sexual relationship with him when he was 16 was paid $125,000 to take it back. Privately, though, he STILL claims it's true, and really didn't want to sign off on the deal.
-ANNA NICOLE SMITH'S daughter Dannielynn just did a photo shoot for Guess Jeans . . . just like her mom used to do in the early '90s. It sounds like she might have caught the modeling bug, but her dad Larry Birkhead says that for now, he just wants her to, quote, "be a kid and have school."
-On Friday's "Good Morning America", LINDSAY LOHAN pretended she had no idea her dad has a 17-year-old daughter with another woman . . . which was probably a lie.
-"Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" made $141 million this weekend . . . including $71.9 million on Friday alone. That's the fifth-best opening day and eighth-best opening weekend ever. But it still doesn't beat the numbers "New Moon" put up when it came out in 2009.
-The Discovery Channel has said that "American Chopper" will end its 10-year run next month, following a live special featuring a four-way bike build-off. But an executive producer is suggesting that the show may not be over for good. He says, quote, "It's been a resilient, powerful show . . . who knows what the future holds."
-The "Wall Street Journal" says Fox may cancel "COPS" after its upcoming, 25th season. Meanwhile, CBS is done with the sitcom "Partners" . . . and ABC has axed the dramas "Last Resort" and "666 Park Avenue".
-TAYLOR SWIFT admitted that she did NOT laugh when BRAD PAISLEY and CARRIE UNDERWOOD ripped on her at the CMAs. And "People" magazine is pretty sure Taylor is dating HARRY STYLES from ONE DIRECTION.