Celebrity Scoop – 09/29/2020


Is a “WAP” clothing line on the way? According to TMZ, last week, Cardi B filed to trademark “WAP” for a range of fashion items. On September 23rd, the rapper applied to trademark the song title for clothing, headwear, footwear, jewelry, backpacks, handbags, fanny packs and luggage. 

Cardi also applied to trademark “WAP” for beverages, including beer, liquor, energy drinks, fruit juices and soda.


Chrissy Teigen has been hospitalized in L.A. after suffering heavy bleeding during her pregnancy. She and her husband John Legend are expecting their third child together.

The model and cookbook author has been keeping her fans up to date on her pregnancy, which was unexpected as they had previously used fertility treatments to pregnant. A few weeks ago, she shared that she had been put on bed rest due to complications, and had put all film and book projects on hold.

On Sunday, she was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. From her hospital bed, she told fans: “We all know I’ve been on bed rest for a few weeks and that’s like super serious bed rest. I get up to quickly pee and that’s it. I would take baths twice a week, no showering, just as little as possible.”

She continued: “But I was always, always bleeding. I’m about like halfway through pregnancy and the blood has been going on for like a month. Maybe a little bit less than a month. We’re talking about more than your period girls. It’s definitely not spotting. A lot of people spot and it’s usually fine. Mine was a lot.”

On Monday, she told fans on Twitter: “Lol I accidentally posted the phone number to my hospital room on Instagram so I have to move, I appreciate the phone calls though you little sweetie pies”.

She also shared shots of Legend preparing lunch for her.


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Tiger King alum and animal activist Carole Baskin was eliminated from Season 29 of Dancing with the Stars last night.

Baskin had teamed up with professional dancer Pasha Pashkov for the competition.

Still in the running for the coveted mirror-ball trophy are Cheer coach Monica Aldama, The Bachelorette alum Kaitlyn Bristowe, Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause, retired NFL player Vernon Davis, actresses Anne Heche, Skai Jackson and Justina Machado, reality TV stars Jeannie Mai and Nev Schulman, Backstreet Boys singer A.J. McLean, actor Jesse Metcalfe, rapper Nelly and Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir.

Charles Oakley was the first celebrity eliminated in Season 29.


Full Story: People

CAROLE BASKIN SPEAKS OUT: Carole Baskin spoke with ET after being eliminated from Dancing With the Stars. She said: “With all the horrible things that have been said and all the wonderful things that have been said, people are talking about big cats and why they don’t belong in cages,” she added, “and nothing could make me happier than that.” She added: “I don’t feel shocked at all. The people who stayed on the show can really, really dance, and that’s what the show is all about.” (ET)

WHITNEY HOUSTON HOLOGRAM A NO-GO: Whitney Houston’s estate will not approve the hologram of the late singer that was set to make its debut on The Voice because they didn’t know it was in the works, TMZ reports. (TMZ

AMANDA SEYFRIED AND THOMAS SADOSKI WELCOME SON: Les Mis star Amanda Seyfried and her husband Thomas Sadoski have welcomed a baby boy. In a statement they shared: “Since the birth of our daughter 3 years ago our commitment to the innocent children that are so brutally affected by conflict and war has been a driving force in our lives. With the birth of our son the work of INARA and War Child has become our North Star.” Their son joins Nina, 3. 


Billie Eilish’s documentary film, R.J. Cutler’s The World’s A Little Blurry, will debut February 2021, the singer teased Monday on Instagram.

The Instagram post announcing the premiere date features the Grammy-award winning 18-year-old’s music, graphic arts, and footage of her playing the piano, smiling, and laughing as a little girl.

The film will debut in theaters and on Apple TV+ in February. Apple sealed the deal, costing in the eight-figure range, to make the documentary its original film, Deadline reported.

The documentary is from Apple Original Films, in association with Interscope Films, Darkroom, This Machine and Lighthouse Management & Media.

Cutler is the documentarian behind such films as The World According to Dick Cheney and The September Issue.


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