Zoe Saldana welcomes her twins… How rich are the cast members of ‘Vanderpump Rules’?… Creed’s Scott Stapp threatens the President… Stephen Colbert’s final week guest lineup… and “America’s Next Top Model” contestant sues Tyra Banks
After a whirlwind 3-month romance, Zoe Saldana married Italian artist Marco Perego in June of last year. And now they have reportedly welcomed their twin boys into the world. Sources say Zoe gave birth on Monday but nobody from her camp will confirm that.
For some reason, people love to watch those whiny, trashy brats on “Vanderpump Rules.” Ever wonder how much the cast makes? TMZ did a little digging and found out that during season one, everybody BUT Lisa Vanderpump earned $5000 for the entire season. When the show did well, the cast approached Bravo for more money AND first class air travel. Bravo upped their pay to roughly $3K per episode for season 2 and then $5K per episode for season 3. But as far as first class travel? The cast still sits in coach.
We’re finding out more about the downward mental spiral of Creed’s Scott Stapp. His wife and sister-in-law called 911 to say that Scott printed out hundreds of pages of CIA documents he supposedly found online, stuffed them in a book bag and took off on his bicycle. They said he was riding shirtless around the neighborhood claiming he was a CIA agent with orders to assassinate the president. Obviously, he’s crazy and the women wanted officers to come pick him up and take him to a psychiatric hospital. But when officers arrived, Scott must’ve pulled himself together long enough for them to be convinced he didn’t need to be hauled away.
Stephen Colbert does his last “Colbert Report” on Thursday, December 18, and now Comedy Central has announced the guest lineup for his final week. Stephen will welcome Seth Rogan on Monday, followed by Kendrick Lamar on Tuesday. National Book Award recipient Phil Klay will be there on Wednesday. His final guest? Comedy Central says it’s Stephen’s “colleague and lifelong friend” Grimmy, which everyone assumes is the Grim Reaper.
A former “America’s Next Top Model” contestant is suing Tyra Banks for being wrongly disqualified from the show because she used to work as an escort. Angelea Preston is seeking $3 million dollars from Tyra and the CW Network. Angelea says that back in 2011, she actually won Cycle 17 of the show, which meant she’d receive a $100K contract with CoverGirl and a big spread in “Vogue Italia.” Once the show discovered her past, she says she was stripped of her win and they gave it to Lisa D’Amato.