The HollyWooWoo Report
Tuesday, Jan 15, 2013
Lindsay Lohan owes lawyer 300k, fires her day before court hearing
Lindsay Lohan reportedly owes her former attorney $300,000 in unpaid legal fees. She has sacked Shawn Holley and replaced her with New York based lawyer Mark Heller. Shawn kept Lindsay out of jail for over 5 years. Lindsay has a probation violation hearing today.
Kenny Chesney Performs Amazing Grace In Memory Of Sandy Hook Victims
Anderson Cooper hosted a special CNN show last night called ‘United In Newtown.’ He talked to relatives of the 26 victims. Singer Kenny Chesney sang a moving rendition of Amazing Grace especially for the broadcast. It’s been a month since the tragedy.
Kate Middleton’s pregnancy going well, public appearances to be limited
Dutchess Kate is recovering from morning sickness at 14 weeks. She is due in July. The gender of the child has not been revealed. She is not carrying twins. Her public appearances will be limited so she maintains her health.
Ann Romney passes on 'Dancing with the Stars'
Ann Romney won’t be doing the cha-cha and quick step for the Disco Ball trophy. Mitt Romney’s wife has decided not to compete on Dancing with the Stars. She is a big fan of the show. She was approached by producers just after Mitt Lost the election.
Charlie Sheen to become a grandfather for first time
Charlie Sheen's eldest daughter Cassandra is expecting. Her mother is his high school girlfriend, Paula Profit. Cassandra is 28. It will be Charlie’s first grandchild. He has five children with three different women.
Taylor Swift booked romantic break for Harry
Taylor Swift had booked a romantic holiday to Venice for Harry Styles' 19th birthday next month. They split 2 weeks ago. She booked 5 nights in a 5-star hotel on the Grand Canal. Harry and Justin Bieber plan to travel to Mexico over the coming Spring Break.
Arnold Schwarzenegger Defends Movie Violence Month After School Massacre
Arnold Schwarzenegger has waded into the movie violence debate. The former California Governor is promoting his new action film ‘The Last Stand’. He insists people "know the difference" between movie & real-life violence. He believes some of it is mental illness.
One Direction to Start Shooting 3D Movie in Tokyo
One Direction will begin shooting their 3D film next weekend. The film, to be released Aug. 30, is being shot in Tokyo. The band is set to perform two shows there Jan. 18 and 19. They will then bring their world tour to the U.K., U.S. and Canada.
Ryan Gosling Was Once Considered As A Backstreet Boy
Ryan Gosling recently revealed he came close to becoming a member of the Backstreet Boys. A.J. McLean was a neighbor in Florida. He wanted Ryan to join the group, but they never set up a meeting to make it happen. McLean says the offer is still open.
Site That Urges 'Idol' Watchers to 'Vote for the Worst' to Close
The website “Vote For The Worst” is calling it quits at the end of ‘American Idol Season 12.” Creator Dave Della Terza says the show is “no longer relevant.” The site started in 2004. Terza said, "Some wonderful person paid off Nicki Minaj to help take down the show.”
R&B star Teena Marie's Swansong Album Set For Release
R&B star Teena Marie's final album is out today, two years after the singer died. Her daughter Alia Rose spent 2 years seeking out the best label and release date. The songs were completed just before Tina Marie died. Her 14th and last album is called “Beautiful.”
Ziggy Marley Donates Song To Polio Campaign
Reggae star Ziggy Marley has urged world leaders to concentrate efforts on the eradication of polio in Asia and Africa. He says a lot of children have the disease. His music is on the ‘End Polio Now’ benefit album. He hopes the next generation will be free of the disease.
Patrick Dempsey wins legal bid for coffee company
Patrick Dempsey's bid to buy coffee chain Tully's has been approved. He outbid competitors including Starbucks to buy the Seattle based chain for $9.2 million. His company is called Global Baristas LLC. Tully's Coffee filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in October.
Charlie Sheen denies that drugs caused his infamous meltdown
Charlie Sheen has denied drugs caused his infamous meltdown in 2011. He appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman last night. He said, 'It was just my brain was kind of separated into itself.” He is promoting the 2nd season of his FX show Anger Management.