6/4/21 Entertainment News

(Tarzana, CA) — JoJo Siwa’s bright and fun Pride party didn’t quite go as planned when she got some unexpected visitors – the cops. TMZ reports that police and paramedics were called out to her house party for a possible overdose. A source says a man who showed up to the party appeared to have taken drugs, and may have overdosed on LSD. He was taken to the hospital and there’s no word on his condition. This was JoJo’s first time hosting a Pride celebration since she came out earlier this year. She went all out for the rainbow-covered party, with a bounce house and over-the-top decorations.

>>Judge Judy Leaving CBS After 25 Seasons

(Los Angeles, CA) — Judge Judy is having a “Bill and Melinda Gates divorce” with CBS. That’s what Judy Sheindlin told the Wall Street Journal about her split with the network after 25 seasons of her courtroom show. She’s settled civil disputes in her own no-nonsense way since 1996, earning a reported 47-million dollars a year. Sheindlin says she doesn’t plan to slow down now. Later this year, her new court show will stream on Amazon’s IMDb TV.

>>Kim K Lands Role In ‘Paw Patrol’ Movie

(Undated) — Kim Kardashian is heading to the big screen. The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star tweeted announcing she has a role in the upcoming “Paw Patrol” movie. She is voicing Delores, as the pups work to keep Mayor Humdinger from destroying Adventure City. Other celebs in the star studded cast include Jimmy Kimmel, Tyler Perry and Dax Shepard.

>>’Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ Episode Details Kim’s Feelings About Divorce

(Undated) — Kim Kardashian feels like a failure. On Thursday’s episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” Kim said she feels this way because her marriage with Kayne West is failing. She explained to her sisters that West deserves a woman who can move to Wyoming and support him completely. The episode was filmed when the family was in Lake Tahoe around Thanksgiving of 2020. In February, Kim filed for divorce.

>>Mission Impossible Seven Filming Shut Down After Positive COVID Test

(Undated) — Filming “Mission Impossible Seven” is actually going to be impossible for the next two weeks. The Hollywood Reporter says production for the movie has been temporarily shut down after a positive coronavirus test. There’s no word on who tested positive or how many people were infected. Production will resume on June 14th. This comes after audio leaked last year of the film’s star Tom Cruise allegedly yelling at the production crew for breaking COVID-19 policies.

>>Billy Porter, Sterling Brown, Whoopi Goldberg Taking Part In AIDS Tribute

(Los Angeles, CA) — Billy Porter, Sterling K. Brown and Whoopi Goldberg are among the stars remembering those who died from AIDS. Variety reports they will attend a ground breaking ceremony for an art installation called Stories: The AIDS Monument in West Hollywood park this weekend. Whoopi Goldberg will speak about “Dirty Dancer” director Emile Ardolino, meanwhile, Porter will honor singer-song writer Sylvester.

>>Trailer Released For Bourdain Doc

— A trailer has been released for the new documentary about the late chef Anthony Bourdain. “Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain” is billed as an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at “how an anonymous chef became a world-renowned cultural icon.” The film is by Oscar-winning director Morgan Neville, who made the recent Mister Rogers documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor.” Bourdain committed suicide in June of 2018. “Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain” is slated for release on July 16th.

>>Famed Defense Attorney F. Lee Bailey Dies

(Undated) — Famed defense attorney F. Lee Bailey is dead. The 87-year-old rose to national fame defending some notorious names, including O.J. Simpson, Dr. Sam Sheppard, Patty Hearst and the Boston Strangler. He died at his home in Georgia. Bailey was disbarred in the early 2000s over his handling of shares in a medical company.