BULL-ywood News | October 23rd 2012
Here are your BULL-ywood News Headlines for Tuesday October 23rd 2012
-JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE and JESSICA BIEL gave "People" magazine the exclusive on their wedding. Coverage will hit People.com tomorrow. Justin says the wedding was "magical" and Jessica calls it "a fantasy". Meanwhile, we've also learned that Jessica wore a PINK dress . . . and that JIMMY FALLON was among the wedding guests.
-MICHAEL LOHAN is reportedly going to try to get a conservatorship for LINDSAY. But he'll ask the court to appoint the conservator, so nobody thinks he's just going after her money. Lindsay reportedly isn't worried. With Michael's legal history, she doubts a court will listen to him. Meanwhile, prosecutors have decided not to charge Lindsay for allegedly clipping a pedestrian with her car in Manhattan last month. There wasn't enough evidence.
-LANCE ARMSTRONG was officially stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned from cycling for life. The president of cycling's governing body said, quote, "Lance Armstrong has no place in cycling, and he deserves to be forgotten in cycling. This is a landmark day for cycling." The director of the Tour de France thinks Lance should pay back the prize money he won from his seven consecutive titles from 1999 to 2005. Meanwhile, Lance could lose up to $15 million a year in endorsements and speaking fees.
-DONALD TRUMP said yesterday on "Fox & Friends" that he's dropping a "very, very big" announcement tomorrow concerning PRESIDENT OBAMA that could affect the election. He added that it's, quote, "large, bordering on gigantic."
-A list of the 15 Best Twist Endings in Movies includes "The Sixth Sense", "Psycho", "Fight Club", "The Usual Suspects" and, of course, "Planet of the Apes".
-"Advertising Age" has released the prices for a 30-second commercial spot during this season's primetime shows, and "Sunday Night Football" is the most expensive, averaging $545,142 per spot. "American Idol" prices are on a steep decline, but its performance shows are still the second-most expensive.
-Fox has ordered a third season of "X Factor" . . . and Showtime has renewed "Homeland" for a third season.
-HONEY BOO BOO gets a little irritated with DR. DREW in an interview that airs TONIGHT on HLN. She pretends to sleep so she doesn't have to talk to him, she snores in his face, and she comes within a few inches of SLAPPING him.
-In a new documentary, two longtime members of THE VILLAGE PEOPLE claim that there are NO gay undertones in their music . . . even though the group was created to be a part of gay culture, and in previous interviews, they've openly talked about the songs being a celebration of gayness.
-CEE LO GREEN'S upcoming Christmas album "Magic Moment" features one "original" track, called "All I Need Is Love". It features THE MUPPETS . . . and samples the old Muppets song, "Mah Na, Mah Na".
-Believe it or not, there are things you DON'T know about TAYLOR SWIFT. For example, she won a national poetry contest when she was in the 4th grade . . . she wrote a novel when she was 12 . . . and her grandma was an opera singer.
-DAVID NAIL was so sick last weekend that his voice doctor made him cancel Friday's show in Milwaukee. David got shot up with enough meds to power through Saturday's concert in Chicago . . . but that was it. He is now officially shut down from speaking until Thursday.
-An Ohio girl named Sarah (with an h) Evans flipped her car last week. She's okay, but word spread that it was country singer SARA EVANS who had the accident. Yesterday, the famous Sara cleared things up by Tweeting, quote, "There was a rumor that I was in a car wreck. It's not true, thank God!"
-GARTH BROOKS is talking about touring again. He says, quote, "We've got our youngest baby, this is her junior year . . . and she's ready for us to go on the road because she'll be home by herself."