A source told Us Weekly that as Francesca and her friends tried to celebrate her bday at Bootsy Bellows, Lindsay blew in and made an ass of herself. You’re shocked, I know. We all though she’d changed her crazy ways. / end sarcasm
The source shared: “Francesca was celebrating her birthday with around a dozen friends in a private area when Lindsay came over and started screaming that Francesca should leave. She was yelling ‘I’m a star, she’s a nobody, get her out of here!’”
Superfan and random twitter invitee Cheryl Minton tweeted a photo of her with Chad at the ceremony. Cheryl was invited via twitter when the recent widow told Chad and Evelyn her 30th wedding anniversary would have been this July 4th! Didn’t Cheryl get the memo that only the bride wears white on the big day?
My oh my oh my! People certainly do some stupid stuff, don’t they? Francesca Eastwood, daughter of cinema icon Clint and star of the new reality show Mrs. Eastwood & Company, has come under fire lately…and literally!
TMZ is reporting that the nineteen-year-old has been receiving death threats via Facebook and Twitter after her controversial photographer beau Tyler Shields snapped pictures of Francesca destroying a $100,000 (in my Dana Wilkie voice) Hermes Birkin bag…all in the name of art. The photos show Francesca taking a chainsaw to the bag before setting it on fire. The pictorial enraged fashionistas and hard-working folks alike…you know, the people for whom that bag’s price tag would equate to years and years (and years) of paychecks.
Mrs. Eastwood & Company is an all-new series chronicling the lives of Dina Eastwood, the wife of Oscar-winning film legend Clint Eastwood, and their daughters, Francesca (18) and Morgan (15), and Overtone, the all-male six member vocal group from South Africa managed by Dina.
The series is an unprecedented look at the surprisingly normal extended and blended family of one of Hollywood’s most iconic superstars, and entreats viewers to witness for themselves that familial bonds are shaped by more than simple DNA. Developed by Executive Producer Jeff Jenkins for Bunim-Murray Productions, the series follows Dina, Francesca, Morgan, the six members of Overtone and those intimately involved in their world, wherever their lives may take them, from their home in the idyllic coastal enclave of Carmel, California, to Los Angeles and beyond.
Dina has shared that Clint was supportive of her desire to do a reality TV show with Francesca, Morgan, and Overtone. Clint will appear in several episodes, but he won’t be a focus of the new series.
Dina admits that she was a nervous wreck filming the new show, but was more at ease since Clint was off filming a new movie. She says her husband was on board with the show, but had just one rule.
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