Kesha Is Dealing with an Eating Disorder . . . Is It Her Producer's Fault for Calling Her "a Refrigerator"
KESHA went to rehab on Friday for an eating disorder. She released a statement saying, quote, "I'm a crusader for being yourself and loving yourself but I've found it hard to practice.
"I'll be unavailable for the next 30 days, seeking treatment for my eating disorder . . . to learn to love myself again. Exactly as I am."
TMZ claims Kesha's problems began two years ago, when DR. LUKE . . . the producer who discovered her in 2005 . . . told her she, quote, "looked like [an effing] refrigerator." Dr. Luke hasn't commented.
Paul Walker's "Fast and Furious" Character Will be "Retired", Not Killed
PAUL WALKER'S "Fast and Furious" character Brian O'Connor won't be killed off in the upcoming 7th installment, even though he died before filming was completed. Instead, the character will be "RETIRED".
They're going to write some new scenes and pair them up with existing footage Walker shot before his death to give the character a proper send-off . . . while also allowing the franchise to continue without him.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" Holds the Record for Most F-Bombs in a Movie
MARTIN SCORSESE'S new movie "The Wolf of Wall Street" has broken the record for MOST F-BOMBS IN A MOVIE . . . with a whopping 506 over 180 minutes.
The previous record was held by SPIKE LEE'S "Summer of Sam", with 435.
Scorsese is no stranger to the F-word. His movie "Goodfellas" has 300 of them . . . while he packed 422 into "Casino".
"Frozen" Kept the New "Paranormal Activity" from Topping the Box Office
Disney's "Frozen" is back at #1 again. It just earned another $20.7 million over the weekend, which was also enough to prevent the new "Paranormal Activity" movie from taking the top spot. Here are the Top 5 movies at the box office:
1. "Frozen", $20.7 million. Up to $298 million in its 7th week.
2. (NEW) "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones", $18.2 million
3. "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug", $16.3 million. Up to $230 million in its 4th week.
4. "The Wolf of Wall Street", $13.4 million. Up to $63.3 million in its 2nd week.
5. "American Hustle", $13.2 million. Up to $88.7 million in its 4th week.
And Now, the "Duck Dynasty" Family Is Selling Guns
As you've probably heard by now, A&E has reinstated PHIL ROBERTSON after his controversial interview, and "Duck Dynasty" is moving ahead with the entire family onboard.
And now, the Robertsons are releasing a line of GUNS. They've teamed up with the firearm company Mossberg to create nine signature shotguns, two semiautomatic rifles, and a semiautomatic pistol. They'll be available later this winter.
While this seems like an obvious next move for them . . . not everyone is thrilled about it. One anti-gun violence group calls this, quote, "an attempt to cash in on their current darling status in far-right-wing circles."