Kelly Osbourne Arrested!

Monday, November 9, 2009

Kelly Osbourne has been arrested for allegedly slapping a journalist in a London nightclub last summer.

The 24-year-old daughter of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne was released on bail as inquiries continue. She is scheduled to return to see authorities in March.

The allegations stem from a claim that Osbourne hit gossip columnist Zoe Griffin after Griffin wrote an article mocking Osbourne’s model boyfriend Luke Worrall. In a piece last August in the U.K. newspaper The Mirror, Griffin wrote that she was approached in Punk nightclub by Osbourne, who took issue with a story Griffin had written saying Worrall had to ask how an earthquake was caused.
Griffin quoted her saying, “I have an issue with you. My boyfriend knows what an earthquake is and everyone has been laughing at him and he’s upset.”

As the conversation drew to a close, Griffin wrote, “That’s when I felt a hard slap to my right cheekbone.”

As is customary, Scotland Yard would not name any of the alleged protagonists. But a statement read by a spokeswoman said, “I can confirm that a 24-year-old woman attended a central London police station by appointment at 3pm on January 2.”

“She was arrested for common assault relating to an alleged incident in Soho in the early hours of 29th August 2008,” the statement continues. “She was bailed to attend a central London police station on a date in March.”

A rep for Osbourne had no comment.

Article from


Kiefer Sutherland reveals ending…

Producers of TV series 24 starring Kiefer Sutherland have decided the eighth real-time adventure will have one more series of the show. Fans of the show, need not despair. Producers say Jack may return in a movie once the TV series ends.

Kiefer, who plays Bauer, has warned fans not to expect a happy ending for Jack.

He said: “I see Jack as a really human figure and there is something innately tragic about people. I think there is no winning.”

“We’re all going to die. There’s something kind of sad in that, and yet there’s something really beautiful and hopeful.”

Guess we’ll wait and see.

Yours Truly, Jaime Love


Marica Cross - Sad news

A representative for Marcia Cross says the husband of the “Desperate Housewives” star, stockbroker Tom Mahoney, has been diagnosed with cancer and is responding well to treatment.

Publicist Heidi Slan didn’t provide further details Tuesday.

Cross and Mahoney were married in June 2006. They have 23-month-old twin daughters, Eden and Savannah.


Celebrities flock to the inauguration of Barack Obama

Barack Hussein Obama, 47, became the 44th president of the United States at noon today ET, January 20, 2009. Promising a new era of “hope over fear, unity of purpose over conflict and discord.”

There was a crowd estimated between 1 to 2 million to witness the swearing in of our first African American president. Celebrities included.

Actor Denzel Washington and music legend Smokey Robinson were in the first section before the podium. Civil rights leader Jessie Jackson, our Oprah Winfrey and her long time companion Steadman Graham were also among the spectators. “Obama is going to make America a better country. It’s going to make me a better person,” Winfrey said.

I’m excited to see what President Obama will do for our country. Change is here.

Yours Truly, Jaime Love


Lawsuit settled over Heath Ledger video

A lawsuit over a never-aired video of Heath Ledger has settled.

Jane Doe (fake name) sued the photo agency Splash News, and a few other men, over video that was shot of Ledger and others in Doe’s hotel room at the Chateau Marmont in 2006. The video was touted as Heath allegedly doing cocaine but we know …nowhere in the video do you see Heath doing drugs.

Doe maintained she did not take part in any drug use and the video was shot without her consent.

The video was eventually sold to “Entertainment Tonight.” The show promoted it but ultimately decided not to air it.

Terms of the settlement are confidential.

Article from


Hudson family alledged killer pleads Not Guilty - C’mon! reports William Balfour pleads not guilty today to the October killings of singer and actress Jennifer Hudson’s mother, brother, and nephew. Balfour is the estranged husband of Hudson’s sister, Julia Hudson.

Balfour was indicted last month on three counts of first-degree murder for the Hudson deaths. He’s been held in the Stateville Correctional Center near Joliet, Illinois, since soon after his arrest in December. Investigators say Balfour shot Darnell Donerson, Jason Hudson, and Julian King after a disagreement with his estranged wife Julia. His next court date is January 27.

Hudson competed on the third season of singing competition “American Idol” in 2004, becoming one of the top seven contestants before her elimination. After being eliminated she went on to win best supporting actress Oscar for her portrayal of Effie in the 2006 film version of the Broadway musical “Dreamgirls.” Hudson has not performed in public since the deaths, but the National Football League announced that she will perform the national anthem at the Super Bowl.


Obama’s Inauguration Address

First of all, how good looking is my wife?” Obama asked the crowd of celebrities and supporters at the Neighborhood Ball, the first of 10 inaugural celebrations they attended into the early hours of this morning. Wearing a white bowtie, while Michelle shined in a white, one-shouldered, floral embelished floor-length gown. The president held his wife close while they danced to Beyonce singing Etta James classic, At Last. Jamie Foxx joked following the dance “You could tell that’s a black president from the way he was moving.” Obama cut loose in a faster groove a few minutes later, as Shakira, Mary J. Blige, Faith Hill and Mariah Carey sang along with Stevie Wonder to his “Signed, Sealed, Delivered.” The song was played at nearly all of Obama’s rallies throughout the 2 year campaign. Mariah Carey also sang for the President. The singer was instroduced by her husband, Nick Cannon. She attempted to belt of her hit song “Hero,” and failed to do a good job at it. I was embarassed for her.

At the Obama Home States ball, Singer Sheryl Crow performed her appropriate hit, “A Change Would Do You Good.” Wyclef Jean had thousands of men at the Mid-Atlantic Ball take off their tuxedo jackets and swing them in the air to show their support for President Obama.

At the Youth Ball the Obamas danced awkwardly, laughing as they swayed while Kid Rock belted out songs in a rock-star reception. When they were done, the president grabbed a mic and said, “That’s what’s called old school.”

At the Midwestern Ball, he joked that it was time to “dance with the one who brung me, who does everything that I do except backwards and in heels.”

“Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers today, every day, forever,” Obama told troops at the Commander in Chief ball. “Tonight, we celebrate. Tomorrow, the work begins. … Together, I am confident we will write the next great chapter in America’s story.”

Information from the AP (Associated Press) and of course, Yours Truly, Jaime Love


Matt Dillon pleads not guilty

Matt Dillon pleads not guilty today to a December 30 speeding charge, reports the AP (Associated Press). Dillon’s lawyer, Mark Kaplan of Burlington, entered the plea on his behalf.

Dillon was arrested and charged with criminal negligent operation. Police say they spotted the actor doing 106 miles per hour on an interstate highway with a 65 mile per hour speed limit. This is a misdemeanor offense that carries a maximum sentence of a year in jail and a $1,000 fine.


Remembering Heath Ledger

Remembering Heath Ledger. Today, January 22, marks the one-year anniversary of the actor’s death from a prescription drug overdose at the age of 28. In the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, Heath’s closest friends and colleagues speak out and offer new insight into his final days.


Spears’ hidden song message…

The Parents Television Council is warning parents about the Britney Spears song “If U Seek Amy” and urging radio stations not to broadcast it because the nonprofit organization believes it “would violate the broadcast indecency law” if aired between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.

Saying the title phrase quickly out loud produces a sound akin to spelling out the F-word, said PTC president Tim Winter. “There is no misinterpreting the lyrics to this song, and it’s certainly not about a girl named Amy,” he said of the track, the third single from Spears’ new Jive album, “Circus.”

“It’s one thing for a song with these lyrics to be included on a CD so that fans who wish to hear it can do so, but it’s an entirely different matter when this song is played over the publicly-owned airwaves, especially at a time when children are likely to be in the listening audience,” Winter says.

Founded in 1995, the PTC describes itself as “a nonpartisan education organization advocating responsible entertainment.” Jive was unavailable for comment on the PTC’s advisory.

The controversy isn’t stopping U.S. radio from playing “If You Seek Amy.” Six top 40 stations have the song in rotation this week, enough to place the track at No. 92 on the Billboard Pop 100 chart. Leading the pack is WFLZ-Tampa, Fla., which has played it 19 times.

“We’re confident the version of the song we air is not crossing any lines,” program director Tommy Chuck told, adding that WFLX plays a Jive-created edit of the song that changes “Seek” to “See” as well as a jokey version in which morning host MJ shouts his name every time the word “Amy” appears.

Digitally, “Amy” has sold 107,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.


  © Blogger template The Beach by 2009

Back to TOP