Britney Spears Filed For A Restraining Order

Jenelle Evans fired… Jonas Brothers add shows… Anna Wintour refuses to invite Khloe… Britney Spears filed for a restraining order… and Harry & Meghan presented their son to the world

Apparently, Jenelle Evans FINALLY did something that got her fired from “Teen Mom.” She’s married to a man who violently killed her French bulldog Nugget for nipping at their 2-year-old daughter’s face. A spokesperson for MTV told Us Weekly that they stopped filming with David Eason well over a year ago after he made some homophobic comments on social media. However, they kept cameras rolling on Jenelle, who got nothing more than a wrist slap for whipping out a gun in front of her son during a road rage incident. But when news broke that David took Nugget out to the woods and shot her to death, Jenelle was fired.

Tickets to the general public don’t go on sale until this Friday morning, but the pre-sale tickets are going so well that the Jonas Brothers have added second shows in LA, NYC, Chicago, and Toronto. This is their first tour in almost a decade and their fans are super pumped about it. The Happiness Begins tour kicks off August 7 in Miami and stretches through October. Bebe Rexha and Jordan McGraw are the opening acts for the tour, but Bebe won’t be there for the shows Sept. 25, 26 and 27 at Dallas, Houston and San Antonio.

All the Jenner girls — Kris, Kendall and Kylie — were at the Met Gala, but only Kim was there to represent the Kardashian sisters. Radar Online says Anna Wintour refuses to invite Khloe because she’s too “C list.” Apparently, Kourtney is cool enough for an invitation, but Radar says she stayed home to support her uninvited C-list sister. Hopefully, they’ll address this on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

Sam Lufti is the nightmare that won’t go away. So yesterday, Britney Spears filed for a restraining order that will hopefully keep him at least 200 yards away from her and her family. According to TMZ, Britney’s lawyers claim Sam has been harassing Lynne Spears with text messages, criticizing her for not taking action during Britney’s mental health crisis and even offering her $1000 to allow Sam to “disrupt and take over” the conservatorship. Lynne declined. In their filing, the lawyers also say Sam is threatening to release “trunks” full of Britney’s personal items and damaging pictures — all things he claims to have kept while he was managing her.

When Kate Middleton delivered her Royal Babies, she showed them to the world as quickly as she could after getting her hair and makeup done. That was her choice and not some Royal protocol. When she had Prince George in 2013, she was in the hospital for about 24 hours. With Princess Charlotte, she checked out after 10 hours. And with Prince Louis, she got cleaned up, showed us the kid, and checked out just SEVEN HOURS after delivery. This was not ever part of Meghan Markle’s plan. First, she wanted a home birth, but because of her age and the fact that the baby was overdue, they had to rush her to the hospital for delivery. But she wasn’t coming out to show her son until she was ready, and that was this morning! Two days after he arrived, Harry and Meghan presented their son to the world. They chose select members of the press to meet them near Frogmore Cottage, where the couple have been enjoying private time with Baby Sussex. (They haven’t told us his name yet, so that’s what we’re calling him for now.) Meghan described being a new mommy as “magic.” She said, “It’s pretty amazing. I have the two best guys in the world, so I’m really happy.” A reporter asked who the baby resembles most, and Harry said it was hard to say because his looks are changing every day. And because a lot of people care, Meghan was wearing a bespoke white trench dress by Givenchy, the same designer as her wedding dress. And she toddled out on nude Manolo Blahnik BB pumps, which retail for $665, in case you were wondering about that, too.

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