These favorites are headed to Paradise… Sophie Turner could play Boy George… Dylan Sprouse hacked… Raptors Parade shooting… and OJ Simpson account sends threatening DMs
If you stuck around after “The Bachelorette” to watch the series premiere of Eva Longoria’s new nighttime soap opera, “Grand Hotel,” you got to see the full cast reveal for Season 6 of “Bachelor in Paradise.” Some of your favorites and some people you’ll swear you’ve never laid eyes on before are heading to the beach in hopes of finding love. They actually have a better shot on this show than they did on Bachelor and Bachelorette. Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon are engaged to be married in August. Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert got married and are now expecting their second child. That’s the exact same story for Carly Waddell and Evan Bass. Chris Harrison just performed the wedding for Krystal Nielson and Chris Randone, which we’ll get to see when BIP returns on August 5. And then starting the following week, the show will air both Monday and Tuesday nights.
We’ve had Queen and Elton. We’re about to get Aretha. And then after that, Boy George’s life story will be made into a movie. He was on an Australian radio show talking about different actors who could play him on the big screen, and Boy George said, basically, why can’t it be an ACTRESS. He said one of the more interesting suggestions he’s heard has been Sophie Turner! He said having a woman play a man may upset a lot of people, which he really likes. He said, “But when I was 17, I would have loved to have been her.” And Sophie heard about this and replied on Twitter that she is “SO down” for this.
Dylan Spouse is in Tokyo celebrating his anniversary with Barbra Palvin and the last thing he wants to deal with is hackers. But that’s what happened yesterday afternoon, when Dylan says “idiots” began posting racist comments and promoting other racist twitter accounts. Unfortunately, those tweets were up for about an hour before they were taken down. Dylan said he thought the problem with his cell service provide and was getting it fixed ASAP.
Gained my account back, got hacked obviously… as if these idiots didn’t make it easy enough to tell. Think it’s and cell service provider thing. Fixing it ASAP but I’m in Tokyo with Barbara for our anniversary so thanks for the patience everyone and sorry for the trouble— Dylan Sprouse (@dylansprouse) June 17, 2019
After the Raptors won the NBA Championship, Drake piled them all on his private jet and flew them to Vegas for the weekend. Then he flew them back to Toronto for the championship parade yesterday. More than a million people filled the streets to celebrate, but unfortunately, things got a little scary when gunshots rang out. The Toronto police say the majority of the crowd didn’t even know this happened, but four people suffered non-life threatening injuries and three people were arrested. Drake did get up on stage and told those who could hear him to hug each other and spread love.
Cell phone video shows a stampede of panicked fans after a shooting at a Toronto Raptors NBA championship parade. At least two people were shot https://t.co/Qi4G1CXaW6 pic.twitter.com/ePISs8GGuw— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 17, 2019
OJ Simpson has barely been on Twitter for a minute when he came across a brand new parody account called “KillerOJSimpson.” He didn’t like it one bit. So he slipped into the DMs and told the account’s creator, “Delete this account or I will have my lawyer remove it for false misleading content I didn’t post.” Instead, this guy decided to poke the bear and shared their back-and-forth exchange. This guy was real cocky, too, asking OJ, “And if I don’t? You gonna stab me too?” OJ responded that if he didn’t delete the account, he would “face serious consequences.” He went on to send a knife emoji and after seeing the video posted online, he added more! OJ threatened, “I WILL FIND YOUR A** AND CUT YOU.” And he sent 16 knife emojis followed by “you next.” Now, OJ is out on parole after serving 9 years for armed robbery. I’m not a lawyer or anything, but isn’t threatening another person like this a parole violation?