After having to watch Channing Tatum dance in an itty-bitty thong for several months straight, Matthew McConaughey could not wait for this one. A flock of naked brunette strippers danced for Leonardo DiCaprio and McConaughey during an intense scene for their upcoming movie The Wolf of Wall Street, in which they both play high-powered stock brokers, the New York Post reports. Director Martin Scorsese turned a NYC drag bar called Lucky Cheng's into a makeshift strip joint for the scene.
"The girls were rubbing their breasts in Leo's face," a source told the Post. "There were five or six of them, but he seemed very professional and looked great in an '80s-style suit. They did five or six takes, more or less the same scene over and over, with girls dancing and rubbing on him."
Just five months after having a baby girl, Tori Spelling announced she was pregnant...again. "I was obviously shocked," she told People. Then on Thursday, Spelling and hubby Dean McDermott announced the birth of their fourth baby: Finn Davey McDermott weighing 6 pounds, 6 ounces. "We feel truly blessed that this little angel has found us", she said to the magazine.
The Mayan calendar was right; No, not about an impending apocalypse, but rather the end of a cyclical recurrence of suffering, ushering in an era of peace and renewal. And by that we mean the sixth season of Jersey Shore is slated to be its last. The Juice* has tears in our eyes right now, so forgive us if there are typos.
Variety says MTV has decided to cancel the series after this next go-around, which begins Oc. 4. The network made the call five weeks early so it can advertise the season as the grand finale. There will be a one-hour special on Sept. 6 -- Gym, Tan, Look Back -- just before the Video Music Awards. It's that big a deal.
With the RNC in town, we can't help but find some political items, so how about this? Michael Douglas is in talks to star as the patron saint of the GOP, Ronald Reagan. we hope Michael can handle all those jelly beans.
Reykjavik is an indie flick by Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire director Mike Newell, focusing on the peace talks in 1986 between Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev, all while the Chernobyl nuclear accident was irradiating the U.S.S.R., the Hollywood Reporter says. The movie has a budget of $10 million and is to begin shooting in March. The movie's being produced by Participant Media, the company behind An Incovenient Truth.
The event of the average celeb-watcher's summer has finally happened. No, not the Republican National Convention. Not the London Olympics. Not even the frying pan throwing contest in Dannebrog, Neb. No, Giuliana and Bill Rancic finally have a little baby!
The couple welcomed Edward Duke Rancic at 10:12 p.m. Wednesday night in Denver, E! Online writes. The 7-pound, 4-ounce boy was born from a gestational carrier, with Bill and Giuliana in the room. Bill even cut the cord himself.
Country singer LeAnn Rimes marked her 30th birthday on Tuesday, so to celebrate her big day, she checked into rehab Wednesday to deal with emotional problems. Readers get mad when The Juice* jokes about mental illness, but really, turning 30 isn't that big of a deal.
"LeAnn has voluntarily entered a 30 day in-patient treatment facility to cope with anxiety and stress," her rep Marcel Pariseau told People magazine. "While there will be speculation regarding her treatment, she is simply there to learn and develop coping mechanisms. While privacy isn't expected, it's certainly appreciated."
Rimes, who may have demonstrated some of her issues by shacking up with husband Eddie Cibrian while both of them were married to other people, says she hopes to figure out how to deal with her stressors.
Time to double down on Lindsay Lohan coverage this week, because we all know by now she's the one who keeps the lights on now. Besides, Hollywood has lookalike Emma Stone to do all her roles for her. Anyway, she's not going to be charged with stealing $100,000 worth of loot from some guy's house, but she is banned from her home away from home, Chateau Marmont. What a confusing day!
First, cops say there wasn't enough evidence to charge her with taking Sam Magid's stuff, including watches and sunglasses, so that's pretty much dea, TMZ says. The cops say there was evidence for $6,400 worth of things that included "$3,000 in cash, four pairs of sunglasses, an iPod and keys to two cars and a house." But Magid isn't pressing charges or identifying her as the thief anymore, so whatever. She could kill someone in broad daylight and get away with it at this point.
A woman is suing Kim Kardashian's soon-to-be-ex-husband Kris Humphries, claiming the basketball player gave her herpes during a one-night stand before he was married. Now we know why their marriage only lasted 72 days.
Kayla Goldberg says in a lawsuit she met the NBA player at the Newsroom Cafe in L.A. on Aug. 31, 2012, then had unprotected sex in his room at the Thompson Hotel, RadarOnline writes. The suit says "Goldberg developed symptoms of herpes about or around four to five days after the first sexual encounter with Humphries" and was diagnosed on Sept. 8, 2010. She's seeking unspecified damages, and demands a jury trial.
Despite calling out Megadeth frontman Dave Mustain for a "ridiculous" rant about President Obama allegedly planning the mass shootings in Colorado and Wisconsin, longtime tough guy R. Lee Ermey says his distase for Obama got him fired from Geico commercials. Gunny got fired? There's a joke in there somewhere.
In December 2010, at a Toys for Tots event, of all places, Gunny said the Obama administration was "destroying the country" and "driving us into bankruptcy so that they can impose socialism on us." (You can watch that after the jump.) His further instructions that the people should "rise up and stop this administration" led him to write an apology on his website: "I regret that I delivered a monologue that was inappropriately critical of the President," he wrote. "I was trying to be entertaining and simply went too far in this instance."
As if striking cinematic gold with his version of The Avengers wasn't enough, writer-director Joss Whedon will be working on a TV pilot for ABC, now that the network has ordered a pilot for S.H.I.E.L.D. No word on whether Samuel L. Jackson will be involved, though. Eh, you can't have everything.
The project, which will the first Marvel TV series to get off the ground, will be written by Whedon, his brother Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen, Deadline.com says. It focuses on the Marvel universe organization that brought the Avengers together (it stands for Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate or Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division, depending on what time line they're on).
While the world has recoiled in horror at the birth of Snooki's baby, we're all feeling a little more benign toward former Girls Next Door star Holly Madison, who has announced she's expecting her first child with party promoter boyfriend Pasquale Rotella, whom she's dated for a mere nine months. Holly still rates above newish mom Kendra Wilkinson in this department, too.
"I've always wanted to be a mom, but I thought it would take longer," the 33-year-old told Us Weekly. "I've been lucky! No morning sickness, but I do get a little nauseous. It happens before my show, so I keep ginger ale backstage."
We are contractually obligated by the Gossip Writers Association of America (acronym: GWAA?) to provide at least one Lindsay Lohan item per week, so yeah, here we go. Apparently she's a suspect in two different cases, both of which may involve lying to police officers. Well yeah, lying is what she does for a living. Duh.
Lohan was initially accused by some Hollywood Hills rich guy named Sam Magid as the culprit in the disappearance of $100,000 worth of watches, sunglasses and monogrammed silverware last week, TMZ reports, but Magid recanted his story for some reason. Who cares, cops say, because we've got other witnesses who back that story up. Lindsay and her
partner in crime
assistant Gavin Doyle are refusing to cooperate with police, although she's allegedly been telling friends the suspect should really be Andrew Knight, son of former music mogul Suge Knight.
Shocking to absolutely no one, Oprah Winfrey tops the list of Forbes' highest-paid celebrities again this year, despite no longer having her syndicated talk show. More suprising, however, is that director Michael Bay comes in second. Luckily, both of them are due to drop several places next year.
Winfrey brought in $165 million between May 2011 and May 2012, thanks to money from syndication rights to her show. That's going to dry up now that she's working strictly on OWN (and her magazine, and The Dr. Oz Show, and a radio deal with Sirius), but it was enough to win her first place for the fourth year in a row. Bay, meanwhile, raked in $160 million thanks to Transformers: Dark of the Moon. He, too, will drop, because even he can only make one awful CGI movie about toy robots at a time.
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