Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Two-Hit Wonder?: Love her or hate her, YouTube darling Rebecca Black is back! The “Friday” singer has announced plans for a second single, “My Moment,” hitting her official YouTube channel (naturally) and website on July 18. Her new single will “tell the story of her sudden rise to fame,” according to a statement released to The Hollywood Reporter. “It’s a fairytale story, but it happened in real life.” Will “My Moment” ascend to online heights of “Friday’s” 167 million-plus views?
Nikki Blonsky Working At A Shoe Store?: Remember actress Nikki Blonsky – famous for “Hairspray” and airport brawls with an “America’s Next Top Model” contestant? Now, she might be stuffing your feet into a new pair of shoes. According to E! Online, the actress is reportedly working at a shoe boutique in her hometown of Great Neck, New York. “She’s one of the best employees he’s ever had!” a source at the Steven Dann shoe boutique told E!. Nikki reportedly came up with the idea in order to make a little extra cash over the summer. In addition to fetching a size 7, the actress will also treat customers to a performance. “She even sings and dances for the customers, busting out the tunes from ‘Hairspray!’” the source added. No word if Travolta is planning to stop by for a duet or if Nikki’s singing has driven customers down to the local Payless!
The Other Beckham Special Delivery: The Beckhams might have been making headlines on Sunday for the birth of their first daughter Harper Seven, but on Saturday, the soccer star gave LA Galaxy fans a peek at something only wife Victoria usually gets to lays eyes on. Check out Beck’s bare backside, HERE!
“Bad Girls Club” Stars Keep The Skies Friendly: Natalie “I Run LA” Nunn and Lea Bieulieu – former stars of Oxygen’s “The Bad Girls Club” — continued their bad girl ways on a recent flight from Cleveland to Miami. The reality stars decided that their girls needed a little fresh air and took off their tops in the middle of the flight. MediaTakeOut.com has all the censored in-flight shenanigans, HERE! Way to keep it classy even at 30,000 feet!