Honey Boo Boo's Mama Compares Herself to Kim Kardashian
Last night's "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" was the Halloween special where the family dressed up as the KARDASHIANS . . . or as they put it, the "KarTRASHians".
MAMA JUNE was quite proud of her KIM costume and even compared herself to the future Mrs. Kanye West.
Mama said, quote, "Me and Kim are similar, uh, because we have kids out of wedlock . . . [and] we both got big asses. But Kim ain't got [crap] on this, baby. This is a bigger version . . . bigger and better."
Oprah Once Gave Gayle King Her Underpants
OPRAH has been given a hard time over the years about her close relationship with BFF GAYLE KING. Some have even speculated that they're more than friends. This revelation from Oprah will certainly NOT make that speculation go away.
Oprah says she once gave Gayle her UNDIES. She tells Showbiz Spy, “Back a lifetime ago, 1976, Baltimore. We were both on a local TV station. She was a production assistant. I was an anchor. We became friends, especially after a big snow storm. When she couldn’t go out, get home and didn’t have enough clothes, I said, ‘OK, you can have my underwear.’ But then I added, ‘And don’t return it.’
Jason Bateman Swears in Front of His 2-Year-Old Daughter
JASON BATEMAN has two daughters, and he has no problem unleashing his FILTHY POTTY MOUTH in front of one of them.
He tells "GQ", quote, "I tend to use as many [curse words] as I can think of. I don't do it around my 7-year-old, but I do around my 2-year-old, because she doesn't know what the hell I'm saying yet."
Jason's curse of choice, by the way, is "Mother(effer)".
Charlie Sheen Wants to Pay Less Child Support
RADAR Online claims CHARLIE SHEEN is heading to court to get his support payments lowered.
A source tells the site he also wants Denise Richards to move out of their home. “Charlie hasn’t spent any time with the girls in several months and thinks it’s ridiculous that he continue to pay Denise $55,000.”
Jennifer Lopez Admits to Being a Bully as a Kid
JENNIFER LOPEZ tells Access Hollywood that she was once a bully.
She says "I was in the second or third grade. I did push her down… You know what I remember about that fight is that my friends pushed me to fight this girl that I didn’t wanna fight. You know how girls do that? We’re talking like eight or nine years old now – it’s ridiculous. It was like, ‘She’s talking about you. You need to beat her up!’ And I’m like, ‘Yeah… I need to beat her up…’ It was so stupid. It was so dumb. I feel bad about it now. Now I’m thinking about, now the memory’s making me feel depressed.”
"Need for Speed" and "Veronica Mars" Hit Theaters Today
1. "Need for Speed" (PG-13)
Aaron Paul from "Breaking Bad" is a street racer framed by another driver for manslaughter after a fatal crash. When he gets out of prison, he enters a high stakes underground race to get revenge on the guy who set him up.
It's based on a popular video game series and features Dominic Cooper as the villain and Michael Keaton as the guy hosting the race. Rapper Kid Cudi is also in it as Aaron's best friend. (He uses his real name when he's acting . . . Scott Mescudi.)
2. "Veronica Mars" (PG-13)
"Veronica Mars" was a teen detective series 10 years ago starring Kristen Bell. It ran for three seasons . . . on the Mighty UPN and then the CW . . . and has a pretty strong cult following. They've been trying to breathe new life into it for years.
In fact, the movie was funded by a Kickstarter campaign. Warner Brothers only agreed to do a theatrical release if the writers could raise $2 million. They hit that in the first 10 hours . . . and ended up raising $5.7 million.
The action picks up with Veronica having graduated from law school after giving up investigative work. But when she finds out her ex-boyfriend Logan has been accused of murder, she risks her new law career to go back to California and help him out.