I love summer. I mean, how can you not? The beautiful weather, the breezy clothes and the return of So You Think You Can Dance! Although the Canadian version was cancelled (I’ll try not to hold it against you, Nigel), the original is back on prime time for its ninth season!
Here are the most memorable moments from the season premiere of “So You Think You Can Dance”:
1) The show started appropriately with its New York City auditions. The first featured dancer was Amelia Lowe, a young spritely thing who is a dead ringer for Louise Brooks and has a love for all things 1920s. She danced a routine to Non, Je ne Regrette Rien by Edith Piaf (yes, that song from Inception) that sent her straight through to Vegas.
It’s good that Kim Kardashian revealed she’s running for mayor of Glendale in five years because it gives 190,000 residents a sufficient amount of time to flee. Kim told Khloe her five-year-plan on an episode of Khloe & Lamar and sounded pretty serious.
As they were driving by a museum for former presidential candidate Ross Perot in Dallas she told her younger sister: “I decided I’m going to run for the mayor of Glendale… I have to buy a house there. Noelle and I are, like, looking into all the requirements.” She added: “‘Cause it’s, like, Armenian town.”
I guess Kim is fresh out of things to do, considering she’s already modeled, acted (umm, Disaster Movie), married and divorced. Tweeters were quick to respond. ”There goes my hometown,” one person wrote.
Would you vote for Kim?
Watch the clip below:
Taylor Swift surprised fans last night in Dallas by bringing out B.o.B. The two performed his hit single “Airplanes” with Taylor singing Hayley Williams portion.
“Had a night to remember in Dallas performing one of my biggest songs with the ever-so enchanting Taylor Swift,” tweeted B.o.B.
Taylor added, “Tonight was like a dream. That crowd.. The biggest indoor stadium in the world. And singing ‘Airplanes’ with B.O.B. !!!!!”
Caleb was complaining about the heat and said he needed to go backstage and puke, and also grab a beer. He did do that, but he never returned. So the other two members ended the show, and said ”Hate Caleb, not us.”
This could have happened to anybody. You get really loaded and play in a hot venue, it’s not surprising Caleb couldn’t last the entire show.
TMZ says last night Nicki reported to police she was “struck” in the lower lip. Witnesses saw Minaj hanging around the pool when she got into a verbal fight with a man she was staying with.
The man returned to their room, and Minaj followed. She later told the police the man assaulted her in the room.
The man took off before Police arrived, and Minaj does not want to press charges.
Ambitious plans to adapt TV soap DALLAS for the big screen have ground to a halt following a series of casting problems and now star LUKE WILSON fears the project has been dumped.
The actor was among the first to be cast in the film, which at one point was to feature John Travolta, Jennifer Lopez and Shirley Maclaine, but now he fears the project will never get off the ground.
He says, “It fell apart in the casting. They had a few people lined up, like me and John Travolta and Shirley Maclaine. I’ve read with actresses and they had a script and a director.
“I think it was the big budget and the cast that complicated matters. It just got too complicated. If they could get it up and running again, great, but it seems to have run its course for the moment.”
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Jennifer Lopez has dropped out of the new movie adaptation of ’80s TV show Dallas. No reason has been provided for the actress’ exit.
“She is out of ‘Dallas,’” said Lopez’s publicist, Leslie Sloane-Zelnick, on Thursday.
Lopez was set to play the role of scandalous alcoholic Sue Ellen Ewing. She would’ve starred opposite John Travolta, who has taken on the role of oil tycoon J.R. Ewing. No replacement has been named as of yet.
The film also lost its original director, Robert Luketic, earlier this year. He blamed his departure on “creative differences.”
Aside from Travolta, both Luke Wilson and Shirley MacLaine are still on-board with the project.
Victoria Principal of “Dallas” fame has filed for divorce from her husband of 21 years, E! Online reports.
According to filed court papers, Principal is citing irreconcilable differences from her husband, Harry A. Glassman.
“We have no further comment at this time, other than what is in the court file,” Principal’s publicist, Alan Nierob, told People magazine.
The papers were filed in Los Angeles District Court on Tuesday of this week, but Principal has cited the date of separation as March 25.
It is unclear if the divorce is due to the domestic violence issues that the couple has in 2003, when Glassman was arrested for the crime, but the charges were later dropped.
The couple has no children.