Becca’s mourning period came to an end last night when she was announced as the next star of The Bachelorette. They say if you subtract the number of days you were with someone with number of girls your fiancé kissed in a full television season, that’s the number of days it takes to get over someone. I think that’s the old equation. Anyway, Becca met 5 of her suitors last night. One walked in with a horse… not on a horse… WITH a horse. Another was playing a banjo. And another introduced himself by his full name. (That has third-person-talker written all over it.) Welcome to a new season of Circus of the Reality Stars folks.
Motley Crue bad boy Tommy Lee posted a photo of his bloodied lip the other night on social media. The text read, "My heart is broken. You can give your kids everything they could ever want in their entire lives and they can still turn against you. Good job Brandon! Great son!" The post has since been deleted. While TMZ reported that Tommy was drunk and his 21 year old son Brandon was defending himself, Tommy claims that his son burst into his bedroom, where he was in bed with his fiancé, and attacked him. Tommy was taken to the hospital… for a fat lip? Nikki Sixx died once and when he came to he escaped from the ambulance.
A 47-year old man was charged yesterday with stealing Frances McDormand’s Academy Award at an Oscar’s after party Sunday night. Terry Bryant could spend three years in prison for grand theft and is being held on $20,000 bail. Bryant’s Instagram shows him holding a Screen Actors Guild award in a tuxedo. Well… he was in the tuxedo… not the award. As he left the party he posed for photographers outside. One photographer noticed that there was probably a good chance that this man did NOT win the award for best female in a lead and confronted Bryant. He gave up the trophy without conflict.
Here’s a fun fact…
While Oscar winners can, in general, treat their statuettes as their own possessions, the academy maintains a stake in them as property. There are strict limits on how an Oscar, formally known as an Award of Merit statuette, can be used, and a winner cannot sell one without first offering to sell it back to the academy for just $1.