In the celebrity world and in television, news flies, fast. So what’s better than getting the dish right here?
In super exciting celebrity news, MythBuster Kari Byron had a beautiful baby girl today. Discovery Channel tweeted all about it and (with permission of course) let the public know the bouncing baby’s name: Stella.
Congratulations to Kari and her husband, Paul Urich!
Shia LeBouf is making his television rounds, spilling the beans about his newest released movie, none other than Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen.
SciFi Channel to be no more?
Well, never fear. It’s not as bad as it seems. As a matter of fact, it’s not at all what it seems. In some crazy decision, SciFi has decided to call itself “SyFy”. They are also adding the slogan, “Imagine Greater”. Maybe they are just trying to jump on the creative train? I have no idea… what do you think about the change?
Anyone remember Ace Young?
C’mon now, I know somewhere some teen girls just started to squeel thinking about him. Ace finished seventh on season five of American Idol and he just popped the question to a fellow star on Broadway, Allison Fischer. Congratulations to the two of you!
It was a sad week for celebrities and it got even sadder yesterday, as the world learned that pitchman Billy Mays died in his sleep. Discovery Channel plans to air a marathon of the show Pitchman as a tribute to Billy Mays. If you’ve never seen it, I definitely recommend that you check it out.
Diane Keaton was injured while filming a sumo wrestling scene, but she is just fine! “Diane Keaton is in good health and spirits following a fall on set of Morning Glory where she bumped her head,” Paramount Studios said in a statement. “The actress was taken to a hospital for precautionary tests and has been cleared by doctors to return to work tomorrow.”
That’s it for today! Check back tomorrow for more celebrity buzz.
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