Day: January 28, 2020

WATCH: Haunting New Video Of Kobe Bryant’s Helicopter Crash Wreckage

January 28, 2020 The National Transportation Safety Board released a video of investigators combing through wreckage from the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash scene, and has obtained the haunting clip. Two days after Bryant and eight others were killed in the accident, video from the scene showed the officials gathering evidence at the fatal site. “January 27, 2020: […] Read More

Fotis Dulos Rushed To Hospital With ‘Low Pulse’ After Suicide Attempt Following Murder Charge

January 28, 2020 Fotis Dulos, the estranged husband charged with the murder of missing Connecticut mom, Jennifer Dulos, has reportedly tried to kill himself, and now can exclusively reveal he’s en route to the hospital with a pulse. Fotis’ criminal attorney, Norm Pattis, revealed disturbing details of the incident. “I am told that he has attempted to […] Read More

Movie Sequels That Were Bigger Box Office Hits Than The Originals

January 28, 2020 In contemporary Hollywood, being able to capitalize on a franchise is vital. It’s one of the reasons that so many sequels have been released in the past few decades. While it can be argued that sequels hold no standing over the original film, it hasn’t stopped studios from trying and, in some cases, succeeding in […] Read More

Jessica Simpson Gets Candid About Alcohol Addiction ‘Spiral’ For First Time On Air

January 28, 2020 For the first time on air, Jessica Simpson is coming clean about her battle with alcohol addiction. In a new interview with TODAY airing Wednesday, January 29, the singer-turned-designer, 39, admitted to NBC’s Hoda Kotb that she didn’t realize she had a drinking problem until it was so present in everything she did that she […] Read More

‘Devastated’ LeBron James Breaks Silence On Kobe Bryant’s Death After Breaking Down In Airport

January 28, 2020 LeBron James broke his silence on the death of longtime friend and fellow NBA star Kobe Bryant. In an emotional Instagram statement on Monday, January 27, the Los Angeles Lakers’ number 23 voiced his sadness and promised to continue Kobe’s legacy. “I’m not ready but here I go,” he wrote. “Man, I sitting here trying […] Read More

The Bachelor Gets Blindsided: Did ABC Go Too Far?

January 28, 2020 Welp, that was all very awkward. Which is just how ABC executives wanted it, of course. But did The Bachelor finally go too far this week in pushing scripted drama over actual romance? Let’s discuss, analyze and break it all down, shall we? Monday’s episode of this beloved franchise opened on the morning after the rose […] Read More

Alison Brie & Debby Ryan Bring Their Netflix Thriller ‘Horse Girl’ To Sundance Film Festival

January 28, 2020 Alison Brie stuns in a black and gold sheer dress for the premiere of her new Netflix movie, Horse Girl, during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival at The Ray in Park City, Utah on Monday night (January 27). The 37-year-old actress was joined by co-stars Debby Ryan, Matthew Gray Gubler, Paul Reiser, Molly Shannon, John […] Read More

Kimora Lee Simmons Shares Beautiful Video With All Her Five Children And Explains Why She Did Not Make A Big Deal About Announcing The Adoption Of Her Son, Gary

January 28, 2020 According to recent news, Kimora Lee Simmons’ family has suddenly welcomed a new member, and now the 44-year-old businesswoman has five children, as she recently adopted a 10-year-old boy, who is named Gary. Gary has received a warm welcome from all of his siblings: two sisters, Ming and Aoki, that Kimora shares with her first […] Read More

Radar Told You First! Andy Cohen Confirms ‘RHOC’ Star Tamra Judge Refused To Film Just 3 Episodes

January 28, 2020 Radar told you first! Andy Cohen confirmed the news that Tamra Judge refused to film just three episodes of the Real Housewives of Orange County as she left the show. “It was a big weekend in the ‘Housewives’ world,” Andy said on his radio show on Sirius XM on Monday. “It was very dramatic,” he […] Read More

No Black Box In Kobe Bryant’s Helicopter Following Fatal Crash

January 28, 2020 National Transportation Safety Board officials said the helicopter that carried NBA star Kobe Bryant, daughter Gianna and seven others in the ill-fated flight on Sunday contained no black box, adding there is no criminal investigation. During a press conference on Monday, Jan. 27, NTSB board member Jennifer Homendy said while it is not required for […] Read More