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BULL-ywood News | November 5th 2012

Here’s your BULL-ywood News for Monday November 5th 2012

-The woman accusing CEE LO GREEN of sexual assault claims he took her to an L.A. restaurant in July and DRUGGED HER DRINK.  The next thing she remembers is waking up naked in a bed with Cee Lo in the room.  Cee Lo’s people claim she’s full of it . . . and she only went to the cops after unsuccessfully trying to get some money out of him.

-While everyone else in the New York City area is fighting for every drop of gasoline they can get, DONALD TRUMP reportedly made a deal with a BP station in Yonkers to fill up 18 of his “Celebrity Apprentice” vehicles.  Supposedly, the station was turning other people away while it was filling up the show’s fleet.  This is according to an anonymous person who works on the show.

-Dallas Mavericks owner MARK CUBAN will donate $1 million to the charity of DONALD TRUMP’S choice . . . if Donald will shave his head.

-The owner of the tanning salon where AMANDA BYNES allegedly walked around naked is backing her story.  He says, quote, “Employee testimony and security footage have confirmed that Ms. Bynes was not acting inappropriately.  She is a long-time client and we stand by her account.”

-Random Hurricane Happenings include Friday’s benefit concert raising $23 million . . . Matt Lauer being the driving force behind the benefit . . . Aimee Mann singing a silly Hurricane song called “Sandy” . . . Snooki and Bethenny Frankel donating to the cause . . . and NFL referees supposedly being in the bag for the New York Giants yesterday because of the storm.

-“Wreck-It Ralph” came in #1 at the box office this weekend, making $49.1 million . . . the biggest opening weekend for a Disney Animation Studios movie ever.  DENZEL WASHINGTON’S “Flight” took 2nd place with $25 million . . . and RZA’s kung-fu movie “The Man with the Iron Fists” made $8.2 million in 4th place.

-Some betting website claims that ZAC EFRON, RYAN REYNOLDS and EMMA STONE are the favorites to play Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia in the new “Star Wars” movies.  Even though we don’t know if those characters will even be in the movies, or how old they’ll be.

-The Disney Channel is developing a new show that would be a SEQUEL to the ’90s sitcom “Boy Meets World” . . . and they’re hoping to get original stars BEN SAVAGE and DANIELLE FISHEL onboard.  The show, “Girl Meets World”, would be about their characters’ pre-teen daughter.

-Former Olympic diving superstar GREG LOUGANIS has signed on to judge ABC’s upcoming diving competition, “Celebrity Splash”.  There will be other judges, but no other casting has been announced.

-Singer MATT NATHANSON says TAYLOR SWIFT’S song “All Too Well” borrows a lyric from his song “I Saw” . . . and he has a solid case.  Here’s Taylor’s line, quote, “And I forget about you long enough to forget why I needed to.”  And here’s Nathanson’s lyric, quote, “And I’ll forget about you long enough to forget why I need to.”

-JANA KRAMER is still “having a good time” with BRANTLEY GILBERT . . . but she did NOT walk the CMA red carpet with him.  By the way, she also said his female fans are “threatening” to kill her . . . but I’m pretty sure she was joking.

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