ROLL CALL: ‘Teen Mom’ Drama – One Star Pregnant With Third Child; Another Loses House
First Published: January 5, 2012 1:01 PM EST Credit: MTV
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The Drama Is Saved For The Mommas!: Another day, another heaping serving of “Teen Mom” drama! First up, according to multiple reports, “Teen Mom 2” star Leah Messer is pregnant with her third child and newly engaged to Jeremy Calvert. The 19-year-old has twin girls (Aleeah and Aliannah) with ex-husband Corey Simms, who she divorced in April. And in more drama from the MTV stars, perpetual headline maker Amber Portwood – from the original “Teen Mom”— has reportedly lost her apartment. According to TMZ, after spending 17 days in jail for probation violations, her landlord gave her a “notice to vacate” for allegedly violating her lease agreement. Dr. Drew, we’re going to need you to step in now!
Amanda, We Hardly Recognized You!: Amanda Seyfried was spotted sporting a curly black wig for her role as 70’s porn star Linda Lovelace on Wednesday in Los Angeles. Check out the star’s whole new “Lovelace” look, HERE!
Who Gets The Whipped Cream-Shooting Bra?: It appears there won’t be any reconciliation between Katy Perry and Russell Brand. Moving vans were spotted outside their home on Wednesday. The estranged couple reportedly bought the three-story home – which has seven bedrooms – last June for $6.5 million.
In Happier & Much Cuter News: The online craze of asking stars out on dates continues. This time, “The Muppets” star Jason Segel is the apple of singer Chelsea Gill’s eye. She wrote and performed a quirky, cute – and a little racy – song for the actor on YouTube. And it appears to have caught Jason’s attention. “My favorite thing, maybe ever. I am in awe. Response on the way,” the actor Tweeted after seeing the video. “I’m gonna need a couple days on this one.” Will Jason take up the singer on her offer? We sure hope so! Check out Chelsea’s song, HERE!
-By Jesse Spero
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