ROLL CALL: Kristen Wiig On 'Bridesmaids' Sequel: 'Excited About Doing Something Else Right Now'
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
“Bridesmaids” Sequel Dunzo?: After tons of speculation and chatter about a sequel to “Bridesmaids,” star and co-writer Kristen Wiig appears to have squashed any hope of another trip down the aisle. “We are very happy with how it turned out and it was a very special thing for us,” she told Access this weekend at the Golden Globes. “We’re excited about doing something else right now.” We can only hope that the “something else” is as good as one of Roll Call’s favorite movies of 2011!
Someone Like Him: Music’s current queen Adele was spotted with new boyfriend Simon Konecki. The duo enjoyed a night out in London at pan-Asian restaurant Gilgamesh. Check out Adele and her guy, HERE! He better be good to her, or someone might end up inspiring another album.
Camille Takes The High Road: Following the news that Kelsey Grammer and new wife Kayte Walsh announced they were expecting twins, we were dying to see if ex-wife and “Real Housewives " Camille Grammer chimed in, and she did, surprisingly taking the high road. “We are happy for him and his wife,” Camille Tweeted. “I have known for a couple of months. It wasn’t much of a surprise.” We’re glad to see she’s keeping her drama on the small screen and off Twitter.
“RHOBH” Staged?: Fans of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” might have been shocked to see Lisa Vanderpump’s former house boy Cedric just happen to show up at the opening of her restaurant on Monday’s show, but was it all planned by Bravo producers? Find out Cedric’s claims about his return to the hit reality series, HERE!
Not A Good Look: And we close with a style choice (not exactly a choice she had any say in) that never looks good on anyone, even “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans. See the reality TV mom shackled and working horizontal stripes, HERE! Let’s hope she gets it together soon.
-By Jesse Spero
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