Celebrity roundup

Miley Cyrus: wild child in London

 
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Let’s hope Miley Cyrus doesn’t end up back in the hospital. The singer left a London club late Thursday evening looking bloated and dazed, according to pics posted on the Daily Mail’s website. Cyrus’ fashion choice: a black and gold bra paired with athletic shorts and chainmail stockings. At least she hasn’t posed with a shirtless man in bed a la Willow Smith, but we have a feeling that’s not far off.

Ciao for now

Sherri Shepherd and her TV writer husband Lamar Sally are separating, Page Six reports. According to an insider, cheating (on his part) may be to blame. Shepherd divorced her first husband, comedian Jeff Tarpley, in 2009 after she discovered he had impregnated his mistress. RadarOnline reports Shepherd and Sally were planning to have a child via surrogate. Guess not!

Wax on

What’s the first thing Jon Hamm did when he saw his wax figure unveiled Friday at New York’s Madame Tussauds? Took a selfie, of course. The wax figure is decked out in a debonair-looking gray suit. Ironically, the Mad Men star arrived wearing a gray suit.

Big plans

Busy summer for Jonathan Cheban. Kim Kardashian’s BFF has a wedding to attend and a restaurant to open. The reality hanger-on tells Us Weekly that he is opening Sushi Couture on Ocean Drive in Miami Beach in about two months.

How does he know what he is doing in the front and the back of the house? “I'm the king of food, I eat out three to four meals a day.” Oh, Cheban will also be part of filming Kourtney and Khloe Take the Hamptons.

This is happening

Spike Lee says his wife persuaded him to adapt his 1986 film, She’s Gotta Have It, for television. “For years, my wife Tonya (Lewis) kept telling me, ‘That would make a great TV show,’ ” Lee told the AP. “Then I went to Showtime with the first initial meeting, and we sold the idea.”

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