ROLL CALL: Britney Spears & The Unshakeable Paparazzo, Winehouse & More
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenaningans
by Jesse Spero
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Britney & Adnan Back Together?: Despite reports that Britney Spears had finally kicked Adnan to the curb, it appears Brit has dragged her paparazzo pal back inside, according to OK! Magazine. The couple was reportedly spotted having dinner in Malibu, kissing in the car, and stopping for PinkBerry in Beverly Hills. The duo allegedly ended up at Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons. Who says celebrity/photographer love is contrived and staged!
When Divas Collide: In better music news, Beyonce will reportedly perform with Tina Turner at the unpicketed Grammy Awards, a source tells People. No word on what the duo will perform, but Beyonce has performed Tina's classic "Proud Mary," in the past, and we hope to see these two singing powerhouses "rolling on the river" come Grammy night.
Winehouse Video Reviewed By Police: As reported by several news outlets, a video surfaced yesterday of Amy Winehouse smoking an unknown substance from a glass pipe, and now the police are getting involved, People reports. Detectives at Scotland Yard are reportedly looking at footage of the incident. "Officers will be reviewing the footage and will then assess the footage and ascertain whether any action is to be taken," a spokesman for the London police told the magazine.
Diddy TV: Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, Diddy and Sean Combs, or his latest name, just, "Sean John," says the rapper—well, whatever he wants you to call him, he's bringing his talents to the little screen. The rapper, turned actor, is taking his Broadway role from Lorraine Hansberry’s, "A Raisin In The Sun," to television, People reports. Check out a trailer for TV movie version of the play, which is set to air Feb 25, with the entire original Broadway cast (which also includes Phylicia Rashad and Audra McDonald).
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