TIME Person of the Year 2014… Cuba Gooding Jr. to play O.J. Simpson… Kendall Jenner looking for new manager… Maria Shriver disapproves of son dating Miley Cyrus… and ‘The Voice’ finale vocalists are announced
“Time” magazine has announced their Person of the Year, but this year, it’s actually a group of people — the Ebola Fighters. These men and women contained the outbreak in the US and kept us safe from the scariest, deadliest outbreak in the history of the Ebola virus. Other names being considered for the honor this year included the Ferguson protestors, Taylor Swift, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Chinese internet tycoon Jack Ma, and Iraqi Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani. Readers of the magazine voted for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but “Time” with with the Ebola Fighters.
Ryan Murphy is producing a 10-episode miniseries for FX based on the OJ Simpson trial, and Cuba Gooding Jr. has been cast as OJ. Sarah Paulson will play prosecutor Marcia Clark. We’re waiting to hear who will be cast as the other major players in the courtroom drama.
Kendall Jenner is looking for new management. RadarOnline.com is reporting that Kendall is ready to dump her Momager Kris Jenner and hire a professional management team. A source says Kendall sees straight through all her mom’s BS and she will not let Kris exploit her like she did Kim.
In a shocking headline, Page Six is reporting that Maria Shriver does not approve of her son’s relationship with Miley Cyrus. Maria was planning on attending the Art Basel show in Miami with her brother, but when she found out Miley booked a last-minute gig and was bringing Patrick along, Maria canceled her trip. She doesn’t even want to be in the same city as Miley!! And when Miley was being carried out of a nightclub because she was too drunk to walk, Maria posted a YouTube video about the dangers of binge drinking and captioned it, “Worth showing yr kids & talking to them about who they are & will be this weekend.”
The winner of the wild card spot for “The Voice” finale was announced on the Today Show this morning. And it’s Damien Lawson who will join Craig Wayne Boyd, Taylor John Williams, Matt McAndrew and Chris Jamison in the finale.