If there is one thing that Paris Hilton was always “okay” at, other than being a whore, it was her music.. Remember that fun song from a million years ago that you really liked? Keep that memory because Hilton just coffin nailed her last shred of hope for a lasting career in the entertainment business by releasing the most embarrassingly BAD music video – ever.. We’re talking epic bad that only big money and no talent can buy..
Justin Bieber ballin hard, flying out his new woman, Jacque Rae Pyles to Las Vegas on his private jet to attend the Floyd Mayweather Jr. title fight.. The couple were inseparable all night..
Justin Bieber doesn’t let just anyone fly with him on a private jet, so after ex-girlfriend Jacque Rae Pyles was spotted getting off the plane with Justin in Las Vegas on Sept. 14, the possibility for a rekindled romance is higher than ever.
Nicki Minaj kept her promise to Lil Wayne, ‘Perform our song on the Billboard awards, and I will give you a lap dance..’ The female rapper got her wish and Lil Wayne kept his word.. To say this was over the top! An understatement!
Wait, how can this be? I thought America’s Most Wanted was required viewing for all Americans, like Cops, I guess not! Does the end of this show equal a free pass to all the outstanding criminals? The long running crime fighting TV show is finally coming to an unceremonious end with Lifetime choosing not to renew… Deadline.com, the online bible of showbiz announced the axing – citing poor ratings, less than 800,000 an episode. But is that the Walsh’s fault or Lifetime’s fault? Where was the promo?
America’s Most Wanted‘s new lease on life at Lifetime is coming to an end. Lifetime has opted not to pick up additional episodes of Josh Walsh’s crime-fighting series. The cancellation was mostly a formality since the last new episode of AMW aired five and a half months ago. It drew a paltry 800,000 viewers. Lifetime is staying in business with Walsh, developing a pilot with him. According to TVGuide, which first reported on the cancellation, the new project is tentatively titled John Walsh Investigates and takes a different approach to Walsh’s ongoing crime fighting and victims’ advocacy work. Lifetime stepped in after Fox cancelled AMW as a regular series in 2011 after 24 seasons (The broadcast network still airs quarterly specials.) Lifetime picked up 24 episodes, followed by an order for another 20 episodes. AMW has helped in the capture 1,202 fugitives worldwide.
I think this is kind of a travesty! But this is coming from someone who was not even aware that AMW had moved to Lifetime Network! But anyway! Think the Twinkie! Are we really ready to let all this go?