Joan Rivers’ health update… Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy’s replacements on “The View”… “Magic Mike” sequel location… Mariah Carey ticked at Nick Cannon…
As of this morning, Joan Rivers remained on life support in a NY hospital. Her condition has not changed, but Joan has been moved out of ICU and into a private room. A source told RadarOnline that her daughter Melissa “could be facing a very tough decision very soon: whether or not to take her mother off life support.” Meantime, the NY Daily News is reporting that the Rivers family could file a medical malpractice suit against the outpatient clinic where Joan suffered cardia arrest.
It’s official! Actress Rosie Perez and MSNBC analyst Nicolle Wallace will replace Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy on “The View.” They’ll join Whoopi Goldberg and the returning Rosie O’Donnell. ABC also hired a new team of producers for “The View.” Check out the new hosts, the new logo and the new set when the show returns on Monday, September 15.
It’s finally begun! The crew of the “Magic Mike” sequel rolled up in to Myrtle Beach, SC, to begin filming over the weekend. Channing Tatum says “Magic Mike XXL” will be a “road trip movie” that leads to a stripper convention. We know Channing and Joe Manganiello are back, but we still haven’t heard for sure whether or not we’ll see Matthew McConaughey.
News is reporting that Mariah Carey was so ticked off that Nick Cannon spoke about their marriage to the press that she started the divorce process. That may be why Nick went off on a Twitter rant yesterday, saying he has NEVER made a statement regarding his marriage and that gossip sites have made it all up. And besides all that, he tweeted, “‘Trouble in Paradise’ is the dumbest phrase I’ve ever heard! I would never say that sh!t!” He also tweeted that he still loves and will always love Mariah.
We finally know who will be competing on Season 19 of Dancing with the Stars. Here you go!
Jonathan Bennett (Mean Girls) & Allison Holker