ROLL CALL: Kayne's Grammy Tribute & The End Of The Writer's Strike?
First Published: February 8, 2008 2:09 PM EST Credit: Associated Press
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenaningans by Jesse Spero
Lynne Spears Is K-Fed's Babysitter: As reported earlier on Access, K-Fed is headed to NYC for the Marc Jacobs fashion show, and it appears his babysitter during his glam getaway will be Britney's mom, Lynne Spears, reports E! Online. Where is "Supernanny" Joe Frost when you need her!
Delta Burke Not In Psych Ward: Despite earlier online reports that our favorite "Designing" woman, Delta Burke, had checked into a psych ward, her rep tells People, "Delta is in a clinic – not a psych ward – to adjust medication. This is something she does once or twice a year." Her reps says Delta suffers from a "number of conditions" including depression, high blood pressure and diabetes."
Kayne To Salute Mom At Grammys: In what is expected be a touching and powerful performance, Kayne West is performing a medley of hits, including "Stronger" and "Hey Mama," at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, reports People. Though Kayne has yet to be announced as an official performer, sources tell People, Kayne was at the Staples Center Thursday rehearsing.
Amy The New Osbourne?: There's no word on what Amy Winehouse will perform at The Grammys via satellite from England, but there is Amy housing news. PageSix is reporting the Visa-less singer is shacking up with The Osbournes in their guesthouse. We hope a reality television camera crew is in place!
The Strike End Days Away?: Is reality television's moment of glory fading? The Los Angeles Times is reporting writers could be back to work on Monday. Both the WGA and the studios are expected to be putting the final touches on a deal that they will reportedly present to thousands of writers on Saturday. "Office," "Housewives," and "Heroes," Oh my! Assuming there isn't an actors strike in a few months.
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