Celebrity roundup

Kelly Osbourne has health issues; shakeup at ‘The View’


Not in a good way: Kelly Osbourne. The E! Fashion Police personality, 28, was hospitalized Thursday after fainting on the set of the style show. Osbourne Tweeted out a photo of her tattooed arm with an IV tube and told fans she had a seizure. Further testing is being done, according to Osbourne’s rep.

New chapter

Joy Behar won’t be enjoying The View for much longer. The 70-year-old comedian is leaving the ABC daytime talk show at the end of the current season in August. Behar has co-hosted the show for 16 seasons. Elisabeth Hasselbeck is also on her way out. An insider told UsWeekly it was due to her too-right politics.

On Monday night, TNT’s Dallas says goodbye to JR Ewing (the late Larry Hagman), for real this time.

Pink and blue

In case you were wondering or wanted to buy a present: Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are going to have a girl, the yoga instructor told Extra.

And Tums-popping Jessica Simpson let it slip to Jimmy Kimmel that it’ll be a boy this time around.

Love gone wrong

About time. Demi Moore finally filed divorce papers of her own in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday. Citing irreconcilable differences, Moore is seeking spousal support. People.com reports that Moore and her estranged husband Ashton Kutcher, 35, could be heading for a possible courtroom battle.

UsWeekly is reporting that George Clooney and Stacy Keibler are close to splitting. A source tells the mag they fight a lot and have little in common. How about dating someone your own age, Georgie?

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