Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
A Big Screen Broadway Taylor?: It appears Taylor Swift could be on the brink of expanding her movie resume. According to multiple reports, the singer and sometime actress (she was previously in “Valentine’s Day”) is being offered the role of Eponine in the big screen adaption of the musical “Les Miserables.” Amanda Seyfried is also reportedly being offered the role of Cosette. The blonde beauties would join Hugh Jackman (Jean Valjean), Russell Crowe (Javert), Eddie Redmayne (Marius), Aaron Tveit (Enjolras), Anne Hathaway (Fantine) and Helena Bonham Carter (Madame Thenardier).
Cheating Advice From A ‘Real Housewife’: If you’re only going to cheat on your significant other just once, don’t come clean about it – at least according to “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards. “If you cheat once, don’t tell,” the 42-year-old mom suggested in her new book, “Life Is Not a Reality Show: Keeping It Real With The Housewife Who Does It All.” “You get a free pass.” Would Kyle’s “Real Househusband” Mauricio like to chime in on that comment at all?
Ready For Franco Fiction?: James Franco is coming to a bookstore or tablet near you! According to The Observer, the actor’s first novel, “Actors Anonymous,” has been acquired by Amazon fiction editor Ed Park. The book will reportedly be a fictionalized account of James’ life as an actor and grad student. Will there be a chapter on how to not host an award show?
More Music From Paris? And We’re Not Talking About France!: Paris Hilton wants to put out more music. After a less-than-stellar music debut in 2006, the reality star says she still has something to sing about. “I’ve been working on the album with lots of other top DJs for a while now and I think people will be really surprised. It’s very modern and very catchy; perfect party music,” Paris told FHM UK’s January issue, via Us Weekly. In more Paris news, the heiress told the mag that her empire of products (fragrances, stores, and beach clubs) has pulled in a ton of cash over the years. “They’ve produced more than $1.3 billion in revenue since 2005.”
-By Jesse Spero