The Entertation Index: November 5
Alley, Kirstie – The Cheers actress told Barbara Walters that John Travolta, whom she became close to while filming Look Who’s Talking, was “the love of my life.” John Travolta wishes Kirstie Alley had told him that 23 years ago.
Link: Alley’s Admission (Radar Online)
Cusack, John – Cusack’s New Crime Productions has confirmed that the actor is developing Rush, a film about conservative firebrand radio host Rush Limbaugh. Cusack may even be taking the titular role, but he’ll have to practice being a much bigger asshole if he hopes to nail the part.
Link: Cusack Doing Rush Film (CBS News)
Goldblum, Jeff – A woman who has allegedly been stalking Goldblum for 10 years, and who has a 3-year restraining order against her, was arrested when she showed up at one of the actor’s recent plays. The judge set her bail at $5000 after considering a higher amount but then thinking, “c’mon—we’re talking Jeff Goldblum.”
Link: Goldblum’s Stalker (TMZ)
Kardashian, Kim – The reality TV star is denying rumors of a “sequel” to her infamous sex tape, which helped catapult her to fame and fortune. Her rep stated, “There is no truth to this and there’s no tape,” but then supposedly continued, “unless people start to forget about Kim and she needs a little boost. Then I’m sure we can come up with one.”
Link: Kim Says No Sequel (HollyScoop)
Snooki – The Jersey Shore co-star is donating clothing to the Hurricane Sandy relief effort and urging her Twitter followers to give to the Red Cross. She reportedly tried to donate foodstuffs stored in her basement, but the Red Cross didn’t know what to do with 500 gallons of margarita mix.
Link: Snooki Donates (People)
Swift, Taylor – The country music darling had 3 nominations but no wins at the 2012 Country Music Awards. This is the first time that Swift has not won everything she’s ever attempted, including scratch-off lottery tickets.
Link: Swift Comes Up Empty (E! Online)