Reality TV star Kendra Wilkinson is being sued for promoting a weight loss supplement called Ab Cuts. Kendra has endorsed Ab Cuts – which claims to assist with body fat reduction in the abdominal and thigh areas – since shortly after the birth of her son, Hank Baskett IV, in 2009.
Plaintiff Adam Karhu has filed a federal class action lawsuit against Kendra, as well as General Nutrition Corp, General Nutrition Centers, and Corr-Jensen Labs, for promoting Ab Cuts as a healthy, effective weight loss supplement.
Former Girls Next Door star Holly Madison got engaged over the weekend to her beau, music festival producer Pasquale Rotella. Holly flashed her unique (and huge!) ring as she gushed about the engagement on Twitter and her blog, but now we have all the details, including closeup photos.
The ring is a one-of-a-kind and was inspired by the Electric Daisy Carvinal – where the couple got engaged atop a Ferris wheel. Holly's engagement ring is more than 22 carats and is worth a whopping TWO MILLION dollars!
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Courtney Stodden bought herself some bigger boobs! The former Couples Therapy star loves the new boobs because they make her look more Jessica Rabbit-y. I couldn't make this stuff up if I tried!
It almost seems like Farrah Abraham wrote a follow-up to How My Teenage Dream Ended, titled How My Porn Career Began, and Courtneybought a copy. Her jeepers creepers husband probably had to read it to her but that's besides the point.
I know, I know… there were some diehard fans – including us – of the short-lived Real Housewives of Vancouver, and unfortunately the show will not be getting a season 3?!
Shaw Media, which produces the highly controversial international Housewives franchise, confirmed the show is kaput.
“After two successful seasons of The Real Housewives of Vancouver, Shaw Media will be putting production of a third season on hold while we sample new programming on Slice,” Barbara Williams, senior vice president of content for Shaw Media confirmed.
Three television producers, Charles W. Malcolm, Jake P. Hall, and Denny O'Neil Jr., have filed a lawsuit with the Los Angeles Superior Court against Tori and Dean's Life in a Bowl Productions, OxygenMedia, and two other production companies.
They're asking for $60 million for theft of their idea, unfair business practices, and more. Apparently, Tori and Dean's sTORIbook Weddings is "uncannily similar" to a show they previously pitched to Oxygen, titled Wedding Rescue.
Tamera and Tamar will be joined by three other women – Adrienne Bailon (best known for The Cheetah Girls and dating Rob Kardashian), Jeannie Mai (host of Style network's How Do I Look), and comedian Loni Love. According to Deadline, The Real will be a panel style talkfest similar to The View and The Talk, but "with a younger and entirely ethnic panel."
What would you do if you came across an unattended cell phone in a public place? Let's say you turn on said phone, browse through its content, and realize it contains privileged information about your favorite (or most hated) reality TV stars. Now what would you do?
Sonia A. Brown, 35, and Chloe M. McQueen, 23, found an iPhone, came to realize it belongs to an employee of True Entertainment, the reality TV production company that produces Real Housewives of Atlanta, Don't Be Tardy, The Kandi Factory, and many more, and tried to extort $3,000 from the company.