Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Danielle Staub Debuts Song – Alludes To Possible Relationship With Woman?!: “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Danielle Staub was busy dropping things on Monday night! First she debuted her new song, “Real Close,” which she performed on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” with songwriter Lori Michaels. We were shocked to actually hear her singing live – and it sounded leagues better than The Countess’ “Money Can’t Buy You Class” and Kim Zolciak’s “Tardy For the Party.” But we were even more shocked following the performance, when “WWHL” host Andy Cohen asked if Danielle and Lori were an item and the “Housewife” neither confirmed or denied a possible romance with her duet partner, playfully telling Andy, “We’re not saying anything other than we’re together doing the song, ‘Real Close.’” See Danielle’s sultry song, HERE!
Vienna Girardi Tries To Wash That Man Out Of Her Hair: Following the breakup news with “Bachelor’s” Jake Pavelka, Vienna Girardi did what any heartbroken person would do – a photo shoot at a hair salon! See Vienna work through her pain, HERE!
Heidi & Spencer’s Antics Continue: After Spencer Pratt allegedly hacked Heidi Montag’s Twitter account, posting a message to Justin Bieber saying, “@justinbieber now that I am getting divorced I think you and I should do a photo shoot together! Cutie ;)! I’m closer to your age,” Heidi lashed out claiming, “I didn’t write that thing about Bieber my fame hoer x husband hacked my Twitter and wrote that he is so lame!” She continued her Tweet tirade, writing, “Let me be clear OMG! Spencer used my name to get a check on his book “how to be famous” I had nothing to do with it! He is the fame whore!” Umm Heidi, we can’t help but think… pot calling the kettle black, takes one to know one, birds of a feather…all will do in this instance!
Is JWOWW The Next LC?: “Jersey Shore” star Jenni “JWOWW” Farley debuted her new fashion line, Filthy Couture, on MTV News saying, “I don’t want to sell to the masses. I want to sell to just people that like my stuff,” she said. “I don’t want it to appeal to everyone; I want it to appeal to specific people.” Funniest unintentional moment of the interview, when JWOWW says her Filthy Couture would be appropriate for weddings in complete seriousness. See JWOWW’s line, HERE!
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