Heidi Klum had a little too much to drink….Scott Disick to be the star of Kanye’s new video?…and a serious Mumford & Son’s health scare…Kellie Rasberry has the scoop in today’s Showbiz Top 5.
I don’t think this relationship can be saved. Jon Bon Jovi said he didn’t have a problem going on tour without Richie Sambora. He said it was easy to have another guitarist step in for Richie because it’s not like he’s The Edge or anything. Jon basically said U2 couldn’t go on without The Edge, but Bon Jovi without Richie Sambora? No problem! Well, Richie responded to that with a 3-word email: “Hire The Edge.” He’s still waiting for Jon’s comeback on that one…
Even when she’s an angry drunk, I’ll bet she’s beautiful. Page Six is reporting that Heidi Klum was at The Spotted Pig in the West Village Sunday night, drinking with her bodyguard-turned-boyfriend, Martin Kristen and another guy. A few rounds later, a source says things got heated and after about an HOUR of arguing, Heidi reportedly marched out of the restaurant, stumbled alone down the block trying unsuccessfully to hail a cab, and then finally went back inside the restaurant. However, she was still mad so she refused to sit back down at the table. She just stood in the doorway and pouted. She’s so cute.
Kanye West has a new CD to promote, so he wants to do a music video based on “American Psycho.” And who looks the part more than Scott Disick, right?? Actually, Scott is Kanye’s second choice. He’d rather have James Franco in the video. In fact, the whole video treatment was writing with him in mind. I don’t know why James isn’t doing it, but maybe it has something to do with the budget. Sources say they’re only spending $100K to do this thing.
Tim Tebow has transcended football and crossed over into celebrity territory. And despite some sports-minded people’s opinions that he’d never play in the NFL again, ESPN is reporting that Tim is about to sign with the Patriots and will compete with Ryan Mallett to be backup quarterback behind Tom Brady.
Ted Dwane is the bass player for Mumford & Sons and he hasn’t been feeling well for a few days. According to the band’s website, Ted finally went to the emergency room yesterday where “scans revealed a blood clot on the surface of his brain that requires an operation.” The band says they’re assured Ted will recover quickly. Meantime, Mumford & Sons postponed their performance tonight in Dallas, as well as two other performances scheduled for this week in Houston and New Orleans. Live Nation will announce the rescheduled dates as soon as details are available.