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The Entertation Index: May 14

May 14, 2012

Disick, Scott – Kourtney Kardashian’s baby-daddy was taunted outside NYC restaurant Catch by a man who shouted, “Stop trying to be Armenian!”  Unsure if this was an insult or not, Disick apparently defaulted to his “Shove” response that kicks in when confronted with ambiguous stimuli.

Link: Disick Taunted (NY Post)

Kimye – Sources say that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are dating seriously and may be discussing marriage.  Industry insiders say that a Kim-Kanye union could last 2-3 Kardashians longer than her marriage to Kris Humphries.

Link: Kimye In the Works? (Us Magazine)

Manson, Marilyn – The goth-rocker says his new album Born Villain was partly inspired by the blame he received, rightly or wrongly, for the 1999 Columbine shootings.  “I think that I have had more blame accredited to me than any person in the history of music,” Manson said.  Depending on what the blame is for, though, Barry White might also have a claim to that title.

Link: Manson Most Blamed? (NME)

Perry, Katy – Over the July 4 holiday weekend, the flamboyant songstress will premiere her 3-D documentary Katy Perry: Part of Me.  Lots of dudes are pumped about the 3-D parts of her, since the film was supposedly originally named Motorboating: The Katy Perry 3-D Experience.

Link: Perry’s Film (L.A. Times)

May cause flu-like symptoms.

Rihanna – The “Disturbia” singer returned to the spotlight for the premiere of her movie Battleship after battling what she said was “the flu.”  After watching the film, moviegoers reported headaches, muscle pains from eye-rolling, and nausea, so maybe she was right.

Link: Rihanna Back for Debut (Daily Mail)

Situation, TheJersey Shore cast member Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino is being sued for $1 million by his former management company for breach of contract.  The company says Sorrentino did not give them the requisite 30-day notice to resolve problems when he terminated them for “lack of performance.”  It has to be really embarrassing to get fired by someone called The Situation for “lack of performance.”

Link: Sorrentino Sued (PopEater)

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