Casey Anthony Offered $1M for First TV Interview; Charlie Sheen Predicts Going 'Whacko' at Age 14; Elin Nordegren Dating Again
07.15.11 by REELZ
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The Kennedys executive producer Michael Prupas says he's feeling "vindicated" after his miniseries earned 10 Emmy nominations after initially being dropped by History Channel and avoided by other networks before being picked up by ReelzChannel in January. Executive producer Joel Surnow also weighed in saying, "It’s a big vindication. Huge."
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Freelance television producer Al Taylor, who has done work on several shows including The Jerry Springer Show, has offered Casey Anthony $1 million for her very first television interview upon her release from jail this weekend.
After taking Best Female Athlete honors at the ESPY awards, skier Lindsay Vonn used her speech to beg Justin Bieber to pose for a picture for her Facebook page, and the Biebs delivered.
Charlie Sheen's high school journal is up for auction and The Masheen predicted his meltdown at just 14 years of age writing, "Often I feel that I'm gonna go crazy. I really don't know why either. Maybe it's because of school or the world we live in today. I know it sounds kind of stupid but who knows maybe someday I'll just go whacko."
While Tiger Woods is missing his 2nd-straight major championship due to injury, it's reported ex-wife Elin Nordegren has been dating wealthy American investor Jamie Dingman for months. Dingham previously dated Tom Brady's baby mama Bridget Moynahan and has been linked to Princess Madeleine of Sweden.
Roberts Blossom, the character actor who played the weird old neighbor in Home Alone, has died at the age of 87.