BULL-ywood News | November 28th 2012
Here's your BULL-ywood News for Wednesday November 28th 2012
-ANGUS T. JONES has released a statement in the wake of his super religious, anti-"Two and a Half Men" rant . . . and he's APOLOGIZING. Sort of. He says he's sorry if his comments came across as disrespectful or unappreciative. That being said, it doesn't seem like he plans to take any of it back.
-"Rolling Stone" asked KESHA if she'd sleep with JUSTIN BIEBER . . . and after they clarified that he's 18, she quickly said yes. She added, quote, "We could go out and buy lottery tickets, vote, play putt-putt golf. All the things that are legal at the age of 18." She also admitted she smokes pot, but not all the time, because, quote, "I get super weird."
-GENNIFER FLOWERS . . . who was one of BILL CLINTON'S mistresses before he was president . . . says he called her seven years ago and wanted to come to her house, but she DENIED him. She says he even offered to, quote, "put on a hoodie and jog" to her place so they wouldn't get caught. She also claims she helped him get elected by making him a household name.
-The third man to accuse Elmo puppeteer KEVIN CLASH of statutory rape filed his lawsuit yesterday. The document gives specific details of the sexual encounter he claims occurred in 2000, when he was only 16 and Clash was around 40. The accuser is suing for unspecified damages.
-KEVIN CLASH'S third accuser wrote a book several years ago about his experiences with Kevin. It was never published, but yesterday his attorney read excerpts from it.
-LISA ROBIN KELLY from "That '70s Show" was arrested Monday night after she and her husband got into a fight at their North Carolina home. This is Lisa's THIRD arrest since 2010, and her second arrest for domestic violence this year.
-"GQ" magazine released a list of the LEAST Influential People of the Year. It's topped by Mitt Romney . . . who's followed by Amanda Bynes and Madonna.
-KIM KARDASHIAN is the most-searched celebrity on Bing.com this year. She's followed by Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Rihanna and Linsday Lohan.
-"Time" magazine's candidates for Person of the Year include E.L. JAMES, who wrote "50 Shades of Grey" . . . or PSY, the guy responsible for "Gangnam Style".
-The new "X-Men" movie will mark the return of PATRICK STEWART as Professor X and IAN MCKELLAN as Magneto. But JAMES MCAVOY and MICHAEL FASSBENDER . . . who played the younger versions of those characters in the last movie, "X-Men: First Class" . . .are also coming back. It's a time travel story. JENNIFER LAWRENCE will also return as Mystique.
-ANGUS T. JONES will not be on the set of "Two and a Half Men" to tape the next two episodes . . . but this has nothing to do with his religious, anti-"Two and a Half Men" rant. His character is away, in the Army, and has had a diminished role recently. Sources say he was never written into these episodes.