Celebrity Scoop – 03/01/2019


Jordyn Woods will appear on Jada Pinket Smith’s Red Table Talk today (Friday), and the excuse-filled apology session that everyone is expecting won’t happen, TMZ reports. Instead, Jordyn will admit that she wasn’t drunk when she hooked up with Tristan Thompson, who also happens to her best friend Kylie Jenner’s sister Khloe Kardashian’s boyfriend. 

Sources are telling TMZ that Jordyn didn’t offer excuses, and admits she knew what she was doing. Since the cheating scandal has been exposed, Jordyn has been thrown out of Kylie’s guesthouse and fired from current and future partnerships with the family. 


Meanwhile, in a new trailer for the upcoming season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloe is addressing her trust issues and some recent “unreal betrayals.” While no names are mentioned, the last scene, showing Khloe crying on the phone, may reference Tristan and Jordyn. 

She also said that Tristan “demolished” their relationship by cheating on her before she gave birth to April… which of course was before this latest escapade. Yikes. 

The show returns March 31st.


*NSYNC member Lance Bass is working on a comedy about a true story of two girls who followed the boy band on the road during their final tour.

“It’s a really fun story about these girls that win a Winnebago on The Price is Right and follow us on tour – which randomly happened,” Lance tells Variety. According to Lance, the girls auditioned for the game show in order to win the RV, just so they could travel around attending all the shows on the group’s Celebrity tour.

After winning the Winnebego, the girls themselves became semi-celebrities, and were even featured in a special about the tour. In that special, Lance told the girls that he and the group would pay for the taxes they owed on the RV.

Lance says he hopes that after the movie is made, it becomes a Broadway musical, but it’s unclear if *NSYNC’s hits will be featured in either of those projects.

Meanwhile, Lance’s production company is about to premiere a documentary at the South by Southwest film festival called The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story.

The film charts the rise of the shady business man and architect of the late ’90s pop craze who defrauded investors and cheated his bands out of millions. Pearlman was eventually convicted of fraud and money laundering, among other charges, and died in prison in 2016.


90210 and Riverdale star Luke Perry suffered a massive stroke on Wednesday and is currently in the hospital under observation in L.A., TMZ reports. Sources close to the star tell the website that doctors have placed him in a medically induced coma. 

Paramedics responded to an emergency call at his Sherman Oaks home around 9:40 a.m. He was reportedly responsive at the time, but his condition deteriorated on the way to the hospital.

The 52-year-old plays Archie’s dad Fred Andrews on Riverdale. Fox (officially) announced Wednesday that it is reviving 90210; his former costars Jennie GarthIan ZieringJason PriestlyBrian Austin GreenTori Spelling and Gabrielle Carteris have signed on for the reboot. Perry has not. 

KELLY CLARKSON TO HOST THE BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS AGAIN: Kelly Clarkson has been set as the host of the 2019 Billboard Music Awards. The 36-year-old singer was the host of last year’s show and she is returning for another go. “I had so much fun hosting the Billboard Music Awards last year that I’m back for more,” Kelly said in a statement. “We’re turning it up a notch this year and I can’t wait to celebrate all of my fellow amazing artists for another unforgettable night of live music.” Kelly is currently on the road with her Meaning of Life Tour and she’s also a coach on the new season of The Voice.

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