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KJ's Hollywood Dirt for 5/12/2014

 
Kim Kardashian Got a Wall Of Flowers for Mother's Day
 
Did you get flowers for Mother’s Day? Bet you didn’t get an entire wall of them like KIM KARDASHIAN did! 

Kim walked out her door to find a wall of roses, hydrangeas and peonies!!! I have the best fiancé in the world! I love you so much baby!!!!” she wrote on Instagram. And yes, that “baby” would be Kanye West, of course.
 
Kardashian also shared a picture of her with her daughter, North who she says “has changed my world in more ways than I ever could have imagined! Being a mom is the most rewarding feeling in the world!”
 
 
Chris Brown Will Spend More Time In Jail
 
CHRIS BROWN has been sentenced to one year in jail in connection with a fight in Washington last fall. 
 
Having already served 234 days in rehab and custody, the singer was ordered to remain behind bars for only 131 days more after admitting to having violated his probation. His lawyer thought he might not even serve that due to good behavior but as of last night, it did not appear that Brown had been set free.
 
Despite Friday's decision, Brown is not actually finished with this assault case. The singer is still expected to stand trial over his confrontation with a 20-year-old student, last October.
 
Whenever Brown is released, he has other obligations ahead of him. He must serve 700 hours of community labour at a rate of at least three days per week, in addition to a programme of weekly anger management and family counseling sessions. 
 
Brown's sixth studio album, X, was scheduled to be released on 5 May. His label has yet to announce a new release date. 
 
 
NBC Has Canceled "Community" . . . and Announced Their Other Renewals and Cancellations
 
After five seasons, NBC has finally officially ended "Community".  Even though the show has picked up a devoted following . . . it's been on the bubble for three years now.  So, this doesn't really come as a surprise.
  
NBC is also NOT bringing back:  "Believe", "Crisis", "Dracula", "Growing Up Fisher", "Ironside", "The Michael J. Fox Show", "Revolution", "Sean Saves the World" and "Welcome to the Family".
 
The shows that NBC has renewed include:  "The Voice", "The Blacklist", "About a Boy", "Chicago Fire", "Chicago P.D.", "Law & Order: SVU", "The Biggest Loser", "Grimm", "Hannibal" and "Celebrity Apprentice".
 
"Parenthood" and "Parks and Recreation" were also picked up, but both were only cleared for ONE more, final season.
 
By the way, NBC will air next year's Super Bowl on February 1st, and they've announced that "The Blacklist" is getting the coveted post-Super Bowl timeslot.
 
 
Sherri Shepherd's Estranged Husband Wants Custody of Their Unborn Baby
 
SHERRI SHEPHERD'S husband Lamar Sally filed for legal separation last week . . . and he also filed for legal and physical custody of their UNBORN SON.
 
Sherri's not pregnant.  They used a surrogate.  The boy is due on July 28th, and they were planning on naming him Lamar Jr. 
 
Lamar wants Sherri to have "reasonable" visitation rights.  He also wants Sherri to pay spousal support and his attorney fees . . . and he wants the court to invalidate their prenuptial agreement based on "fraud".
 
Sherri is 47 years old, and has a 9-year-old son from her first marriage.  She and Lamar were married in August of 2011.
 
 
"Neighbors" Is Your New #1 Movie
 
ZAC EFRON and SETH ROGEN'S comedy "Neighbors" won the Mother's Day weekend box office and blew away expectations with $51.1 million.  That's the 4th best opening of all time for an R-rated comedy.
 
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" was knocked to 2nd place with $37.2 million . . . the Mother's Day comedy "Moms' Night Out" made $4.2 million in 7th place . . . and the animated "Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return" was at #8 with $3.7 million.
 
Here are this week's Top 5 movies:
 
1.  (NEW)  "Neighbors", $51.1 million. 
 
2.  "The Amazing Spider-Man 2", $37.2 million.  Up to $148 million in its 2nd week.
 
3.  "The Other Woman", $9.3 million.  Up to $61.7 million in its 3rd week.
 
4.  "Heaven is for Real", $7 million.  Up to $75.2 million in its 4th week.
 
5.  "Captain America: The Winter Soldier", $5.6 million.  Up to $245 million in its 6th week. 


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