Michael Lohan hires Casey Anthony attorney, Ariana Grande single again
08/05/2014 3:09 PM
08/05/2014 4:09 PM
If you think Ariana Grande is everywhere, you’d be pretty correct. The Boca Raton cutie will perform outside of CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Sept. 4 before the Seattle Seahawks play the Green Bay Packers as the NFL kicks off its 95th season. Her duties: the national anthem. It will air on NBC and the NFL Network.
Grande has more time on her hands now that she’s single. HollywoodLife.com reports that the 21-year-old split with her off again bf Jai Brooks because he was not supportive after her beloved grandfather, Frank Grande, died last month.
HELP ME, JOSE
Michael Lohan has hired Casey Anthony’s attorney, Jose Baez, to try to help him out, and the problem has amazingly nothing to do with daughter Lindsay Lohan. TMZ reports that Michael is concerned for his pregnant fiance, Kate Major, who has been behind bars at Gun Club Road Jail in Palm Beach for a DUI conviction since May. The ex tabloid reporter, Michael claims, is not getting sufficient prenatal care, and he wants her treated by an outside ob-gyn.
LOOK AT ME
Frequent Keeping Up with the Kardashians “costar” Brittny Gastineau was making a bit of a spectacle of herself while vacationing in Miami Beach over the weekend. E! News posted a video of her looking intoxicated at the Fontainebleau, fiddling with her thong cut-out bathing suit while leaning seductively over a bar. Later Mark Gastineau’s socialite daughter passes out for all to see on a chaise lounge.
Though Brittny is pictured with a male at the hotel, it is most definitely not rumored off-again beau, L.A. graffiti artist Marquis “Retna” Lewis. The two were rumored to be in a bustup in June that had Gastineau walking around with a black eye. They later released a statement saying while they disagree about the facts and circumstances surrounding the unfortunate incident, they hold no ill will toward each other.
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