According to the National Enquirer, J.T. really got bit by the acting bug when working on those Emmy-winning Saturday Night Liveshorts with Andy Samberg. A source says, “He’s stopped writing music to focus on becoming a big-screen comedy star, and he’s working with his buddy Andy Samberg on a new take on Caddyshack, or some other golf-themed comedy. Justin finds the process of making movies to be really fun and satisfying. He’s tired of recording a song and then having to perform it over and over again!”
According to Radar Online, the Material Daughter royally dissed Kylie Jenner a few weeks back, rudely turning down an offer for the grown-up equivalent of a play date. One of Lourdes's pals says, "She thinks Kylie and her sisters are vile and has made a big effort to avoid being in the same room as any of them. She couldn’t believe Kylie thought she’d be receptive to a party invite and has completely ignored her -- as far as Lourdes is concerned, she’s not going to lower herself to even responding.”
Network execs have been investigating the news anchor's tall tales over the years and though he's likely done hosting the nightly news program, he may still get to stay with the network. Sources tells Page Six that Williams' six-month suspension will be up in August and the two sides are trying to work out an agreement to let him stay at NBC in some other capacity. It's also possible that Williams will decide to take the money NBC still owes him and run.
Chet, who has battled drug and alcohol problems for years and was recently raked over the social media coals for using the "n" word, is wanted for questioning on charges he vandalized a hotel room after a wild night of partying.
According to Britain's Daily Mirror, the aspiring rapper known as Chet Haze was the guest of honor at a London club when things went south. A source tells the paper, “He kept saying, ‘Do you know who I am?’ Nobody was all that impressed and that was clearly annoying him. Nobody recognized him. He then went back to the hotel with a British actor friend and three female promoters. He was sick in the [parking lot] and then went up to the room and got really loud."
Hanks bolted without a word the next morning, leaving behind $2,000 worth of damage, including smashed mirrors and a TV ripped off the wall.
The 28-year-old earned the fastest-ever favorable response from the show's coaches, getting all four to turn their chairs in a matter of seconds with his version of James Brown's "I Feel Good." Riley was doing well on the show, but opted to quit mid-season to seek treatment for substance abuse.
Prior to his brief TV stardom, Riley sang on the streets of Philly, earning the title of Best Street Performer from Philadelphia magazine last year.