Breaking Seahawks news- after a super long holdout, Kam Chancellor is back with the team. Kam sent a text message to ESPN reporter Stephen A Smith saying “Ima go help my teammates that are understanding of my position and the ones who aren’t. God forgives all, why can’t i? Time to help us get back to the big dance . I can address business after the season. Me and Marshawn started a mission 2 years ago. I can’t let my Dawg down….Real talk.” Too bad he couldn’t come to this revelation back in August, but… I digress.
Sean Penn has filed a $10 million lawsuit against the creator of Empire, Lee Daniels, after Daniels compared Penn to Empire star Terrence Howard who recently admitted hitting his wife. It was widely reported that Penn was involved in a domestic assault on Madonna, but Penn was never charged. Penn’s complaint says “Daniels falsely equates Penn with Howard, even though, while he has certainly had several brushes with the law, Penn has never been arrested, much less convicted, for domestic violence, as his ex-wives would confirm and attest. Nor has Penn admitted to ‘slap[ping]’ a woman or abusing others.” –From People Magazine
Funny couple Amy Poehler and Nick Krohl have ended their two year relationship and busy schedules are to blame, according to a source. Who also says they had been spending more time apart than together because of various projects. The two got together following Poehler’s divorce from Will Arnett.
Gary Busey managed to avoid elimination on Dancing with the Stars last night, but Victor Espinoza wasn’t so fortunate as he and partner Karina Smirnoff were sent home. The jockey said “I had an amazing time, especially tonight. I wanted to dance for Karina and everyone else with all my heart. Yesterday was a little off, because those pants were so tight.” When asked what he would miss most, he said Karina yelling at him.
It’s been a pretty awesome week for Amy Schumer, the comedian won an Emmy for her sketch series on Sunday and now she has signed a multi-million dollar book deal. According to Entertainment Weekly, editors had to bid on the book to even get a meeting with Schumer and the final bid fell between 8-10 million.