Sylvester Stallone Wants Speculation on Sage's Death to Stop; Madonna Could Face Lawsuit; Darth Vader Covers Carly Rae Jepsen
07.16.12 by Mandy
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
The grief stricken Sylvester Stallone is undoubtedly devastated by the death of his son, Sage Stallone, which occured late last week. The actor released a statement to TMZ asking for “the speculation and questionable reporting” to stop and for his “son's memory and soul” to be left in peace. The official cause of death has still not been determined in the 36-year-old’s passing.
A French political party has said that it plans to sue the Material Girl. At a recent concerts in Europe, Madonna has shown a video that contains an image of National Front party leader, Marine Le Pen, with a swastika superimposed on her forehead. A representative for the far-right National Front has said that it will file a complaint in French court for “insults.”
Ninety-five-year-old Academy Award winner Celeste Holm died on Sunday, reports CNN. The actress, who was a star in both Broadway stage productions and Hollywood movies, won her Oscar for her performance in 1947’s Gentleman’s Agreement. She was also nominated for her work in All About Eve and Come to the Stable.
It looks like Lindsay Lohan will have a new baby brother or sister soon. LiLo’s father, Michael Lohan, and his former fiancée, Kate Major, are reportedly expecting. Up until recently, Major had a restraining order against Michael Lohan, which certainly bodes well for the happy and healthy upbringing of a new baby.
If this bunch of celebrity news items is bringing you down, may we suggest taking a look at the newest YouTube video to cover Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe." Even for those who feel that there are already about 150,000 "Call Me Maybe" videos too many, this epic video featuring Star Wars characters singing the "song of the summer" could possibly make the ridiculously catchy song delightful once again. It looks like Episodes I through III are good for something after all.
In other silly pop-culture news, Flavor Flav took over the loudspeaker on a Southwest Airlines flight from Burbank to Las Vegas to plug his restaurant, Flavor Flav's House of Flavor, and to wish all the passengers good luck in "the land of Lost Wages." Yee-ah, G!