Charlie Sheen Finds a Hotel Room in NYC; Matt Lauer Negotiating for Big Pay Raise; "The Situation" Still Without His Own Show
04.08.11 by reelz
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option" tour has arrived in New York and he's found a place to stay: an $890/night suite at the Trump International. When the April 8 and April 10 performances at Radio City Music Hall were announced, enough NYC hotels said Sheen was not welcome — including the Trump SoHo — that he explored renting a private residence. Meanwhile, as Mila Kunis considers Sheen's offer to become one of his goddesses, the first pictures of 26-year-old Megan Levant — the newest addition to his harem — have emerged.
While Lindsay Lohan is in Los Angeles auditioning for a role in 2012's Superman: Man of Steel, she'll soon be heading back to NYC to close the deal to play Victoria Gotti in the upcoming John Gotti biopic, according to TMZ. Lohan beat out Blake Lively and Sienna Miller for the role thanks to Victoria Gotti herself, who's friends with the Lohan family.
Unlike Meredith Vieira, Today co-host Matt Lauer apparently isn't interested in actually leaving the show, he just wants more money. Lauer currently makes $17M per year, but wants a pay raise to $25M per year once his contract expires at the end of 2012.
As MTV announced that JWoww, Snooki, and Pauly D got their own Jersey Shore spinoff shows, we're wondering if Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino has been left out in the cold.
Bravo has cancelled The Real Housewives of D.C.. The show's ratings were poor in comparison to other Real Housewives cities, despite starring Michaele Salahi, who along with husband Tareq crashed a White House state dinner in 2009.
After crowd favorite Pia Toscano was eliminated from American Idol last night, she saw no lack of support from celebrities on Twitter including Ellen DeGeneres, Tom Hanks, and Jennifer Hudson.