Justin Timberlake is rumored to be the next Superbowl performer. There were rumors that he and Jay-Z were to perform, then those rumors were squashed.
Now, the rumor is back on with just JT and no surprise performers. Although, a spokesperson for the NFL says, “When it’s time to announce her name we will do it. Or HIS name. Or their names.”
Some sad news hit Hollywood yesterday, as we heard that Hugh Hefner died of natural causes at the age of 91.
Hugh had four kids and was married three times: To Mildred Williams from 1949 to 1959 . . . to Kimberly Conrad from 1989 to 2010 . . . and to Crystal Harris from 2012 until his death. She’s 31 years old. His final resting place will be right next to Marilyn Monroe at the Westwood Cemetery in Los Angeles.
Kim Kardashian speaks out about her step dad. On a preview for one of the new episodes of the Kardashians, Kim is sitting at the table with KHLOE and KOURTNEY, when she reads something on her phone about a passage in Caitlyn’s book. It says that their dad ROBERT KARDASHIAN knew O.J. SIMPSON was guilty, but joined his defense team to get back at KRIS JENNER for getting remarried.
Well obviously, the girls freak out and say it’s not true. Kim later reveals that Caitlyn DID show her an earlier draft of the book, but that part wasn’t in there. Caitlyn told Kim there would be a few more things in the final version, but they were NOT about her.
Kim gets mad because she feels like that IS about her because its about her father. “So she lied to me because that is about me if it’s about our dad. I have always had Caitlyn’s back. She is a liar. She is not a good person.”
TIGER WOODS says he’s not sure he will ever play competitive golf ever again. He has struggled with back problems over the past three years. And yesterday, he said that he doesn’t know when he’ll be back. He had fusion back surgery earlier this year and said he said he’s optimistic, but it’s possible that he never plays competitive golf again.
Steven Spielberg says that the only movie he will watch of his is E.T. He says that when he’s flipping through the channels and he sees one of his flicks, he just passes right by because, quote, “I don’t dwell.” “I’ll show my grandkids ‘E.T.’ for the first time. “I’ll sit next to them and tell them, ‘He doesn’t really die.’ And, ‘It’s only scary for a little while and then you grow to love him.’ I guide them through the experience.”