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The show's masterminds want to see Kyle go toe-to-toe with frenemy Bristol Palin, HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively. It's up to the fans to decide which former Dancing with the Stars contestant lands the 13th spot on the All-Stars season — it's between Kyle Massey, Sabrina Bryan or Carson Kressley — and the show's producers are really hoping you vote for Kyle. The powers-that-be want to get Kyle and confirmed-contestant Bristol Palin on the show together, HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively, because of the inevitable drama that would ignite between the two. As we all know, drama equals ratings. What drama, you ask? Kyle, along with brother Chris Massey, recently sued the producers of Bristol's reality show — you know, the one they were originally supposed to be on — and producers are convinced their tension would translate to the dance floor. If not Kyle, producers are also keen on fans choosing Carson, as »
- Andy Swift
Los Angeles, California (x17online) - The producers of Bristol Palin's reality show are facing a lawsuit from Kyle and Christopher Massey, along with their mother Angela, claiming that the Masseys came up with the idea and started shooting a series that involved them and Bristol only to be left out and not compensated. Palin was not named as a defendant in the 31-page lawsuit which included the Associated Television International, Helping Hands LLC and David McKenzie. "It is unfortunate that after months of trying to resolve this matter the professional way, we were left with no other course of action than to take legal action to protect ourselves," Angela Massey said in a statement. "If you read the entire complaint, and particularly pages 8-11, you will see how we created the show, registered the show and did all the leg work to bring this idea to TV and to the defendants, »
First, a new chin, now a new reality show. Bristol's apparently not done with the limelight! Bristol Palin, 21, wants to stay relevant -- so thank her lucky stars, Lifetime's come to the rescue with Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp, reports Vulture. The show, which will premiere later this year, will follow Bristol adjusting both professionally and personally back in her hometown of Alaska. Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp will be the young mom's fourth attempt at jumping into the most respected genre of TV: reality! (And yes, we're being sarcastic.) Bristol's previously been on Dancing With the Stars, Sarah Palin's Alaska, and another reality show with two former Nickelodean stars that everyone's already forgotten about. More Bristol Palin News: Kyle & Chris Massey: Bristol Palin Taught Us How To Raise Kids Bristol Palin’s Heckler Issues An Apology! Now We Think It’s Her Turn! Bristol Palin »
- HL Staff
Do you think Kim & Jeremy should get together? Disney star Kyle Massey might change your mind! Kim Kardashian, 31, has already been linked to several pro athletes since announcing her divorce from Kris Humphries -- ex-boyfriend Reggie Bush and newly single Kobe Bryant, to name a few -- so should we be adding New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin, 23, to that list? "Wait, she is dating him now," former Dancing with the Stars contestant Kyle Massey shared with reporters Feb. 18 at Cartoon Network's Hall of Game Awards in Los Angeles. "That's the rumor!" Kyle's brother, Chris Massey, added. And Kyle, for one, seems to think their relationship could actually work out. "Well, they are both in New York," Kyle points out. "That other fool was in New Jersey, so at least she is tackling the commute." What do You think about a possible Kim-Jeremy hook up, HollywoodLifers? Would you »
- Russ Weakland
More than 60 Black celebrities – including Samuel L. Jackson, Laila Ali, Tatyana Ali, Anthony Anderson, Bill Duke, Dennis Haysbert, Nia Long, Chris Massey, Kyle Massey, Lisa Masterson and Shaun Robinson – have united with Greater Than AIDS to bring attention to the severe and disproportionate epidemic facing Black Americans and reduce the stigma surrounding the disease.
Black Americans account for half of the approximately 1.1 million people living with HIV/AIDS in this country today — and 44 percent of new infections — while representing just 12 percent of the population. Blacks are also more likely to die of AIDS as compared to other racial and ethnic groups.
Coinciding with National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (Feb. 7), Greater Than AIDS is debuting new public service ads (PSAs), available here, coordinated social media posts and other messages from popular Black television and film actors, directors, producers, and others in Hollywood about the devastating effect of HIV/AIDS in the Black community. »
5 items from 2012
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