ONCE A CHEATER
Now we’re getting down to the heart of the matter: The real reason for the Tiger Woods-Lindsay Vonn split likely wasn’t leading “hectic lives.” Daily Mail Online reports that during one of their times apart back in February Woods cheated with a “faceless, nameless woman,” a friend tells the site. “He had a relapse in the sex department.” The pal cut the golfer a break, though. “You have to understand, while it’s not right, it’s not really wrong either. Tiger isn’t married. He doesn’t really drink or do drugs. So what else does he have when he can’t afford to lose [a tournament]? He’s allowed to find some relief.” The one night stand apparently occurred in California after Tiger was eliminated from the Farmer’s Insurance Classic.
Doesn’t appear as if Chris Soules is going to be tending to the crops for much longer. RadarOnline reports that the Bachelor has decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of becoming a TV host. Will the erstwhile farmer’s relationship to Chicago fertility nurse Whitney Bischoff last? That’s not looking too likely either. The site reports Soules attended the premiere of Tomorrowland at Disneyland on Saturday night solo and was acting “flirty,” says a spy.
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Smile, Erin Andrews, and the whole world (well, the Dancing with the Stars audience) will smile along with you. The host didn’t gain any new fans Monday night when she grimaced after semifinalist Noah Galloway proposed to Jamie Boyd on air. Fans on social media called her out for being “rude.” At the end of the show Andrews was caught rolling her eyes while touching her earpiece. Technical difficulties?
Kanye West and Nicki Minaj have been added to the list of performers for Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards. Dick Clark productions also announced Tuesday that Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth will perform their No. 1 hit remembering actor Paul Walker, See You Again, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Minaj will perform her latest hit with David Guetta, Hey Mama. The show will air on ABC starting at 8 p.m.