Omarosa, American Hero, Saves Michael Clarke Duncan's Life with CPR

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Holy shit! So, you know actor Michael Clarke Duncan, right? He is large and has a deep voice and he did that bee-vomiting thing in the Green Mile? And you know Omarosa, right? Janice Dickinson chased her around with a knife that one time on VH1? Well. Duncan had a heart attack last night around 2 am, and he would have died if it weren't for the fact that he and Omarosa are apparently dating (nobody told me!). After discovering Duncan unconscious, Omarosa jumped into action and administered CPR. "He is now stable and we look forward to his full recovery," says Duncan's rep. [Us]

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Brad Pitt is supposedly giving director Marc Forster the silent treatment on the set of World War Z, due to the complete fuckedness of the whole project. Apparently Pitt is impatient with rewrites and unhappy with some of the film's big set pieces. A source says: "The studio is cultivating multiple options. One is to try scrapping [the ending] and trying something different: They want to construct an entirely new ending to the movie. The other is to try salvaging it, because decent action can be elevated, and even shitty action can be saved. This is not an unmitigated disaster; it is salvageable." I don't have anything to add, except that that book is fucking scary. [DigitalSpy]

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Why not kick off your weekend with a tale of devastating dog death? Cheyenne Jackson opened up about the loss of his #1 BFF Zora: "She was New York to us. She was in every dressing room I ever had, she was kind of the supermodel of the dog park, she was really beautiful. She was everything." In March, Jackson and his husband, Monte Lapka, discovered that Zora had terminal cancer and organized a wake. "Then, with Zora's heart beating over his arm, Jackson parted with his beloved pet and put her to sleep. 'It was the hardest thing we've ever gone through,' he says. 'We almost couldn't stand up for two days, it was so devastating.'" But THEN, Bernadette Peters (!!!) was all, "Heyyyyy you guys, look at this cute rescue dog!" and they adopted it and its name is Brillo and everything is adorable. [People]

Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, new Game of Thrones casting announcements!!! And they're so good. Dame Diana Rigg as the Queen of Thorns! Mackenzie Crook as that dickhead shapeshifting eagle guy! Two perfect children as those marshy Reed kids! A bunch of other people as a bunch of other characters! I have so many feelings about this! [EW]


  • Jennifer Lopez claims she left American Idol "jus 'cuz," but a source says it's actually because she asked for a $2 million raise and Fox was like, "Bahahahaahahahahaha." [TheWrap]
  • Apparently Kristen Stewart wanted her Breaking Dawn sex scenes to be way grosser: "In ['Part 2,'] we just wanted it to be animals, you're not humans anymore...Yeah, how do you do that? We tried, and they told us it was rated R, and we were like [snaps]." [MTV]
  • RFK's daughter Kerry Kennedy was arrested for taking Ambien and then driving around in a car all willy-nillilly. [TMZ]
  • The Kardashians' former nanny released a bunch of never-before-seen photos. Thank GOD. Because if there's one thing I've noticed about the Kardashians, it's that there is almost no photographic evidence that they exist. [Radar]
  • Emma Roberts kicked it at the airport with her teddy bear. [JustJared]
  • People are speculating that Anderson Cooper came out because his ex-boyfriend was planning to write a tell-all. [ONTD]
  • Kelsey Grammer's wife Kayte gave birth to their daughter, Faith Evangeline Elisa Grammer. The couple also revealed that Kayte was originally pregnant with twins, but miscarried one of them midway through the pregnancy: "A glorious birth with a lingering sadness is ours today. We choose to celebrate the life that has been given us. We proudly introduce our Faith to the world today looking forward to the days ahead and the children yet to come." [ONTD]
  • 20th Century Fox studio head and producer Richard Zanuck—responsible for The Sound of Music, Jaws and Driving Miss Daisy—has died at age 77. [E!]
  • A private jet crashed near Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's chateau, killing three Americans. [Extra]
  • Here's E! concern-trolling Gisele Bundchen's nude spread in Vogue Paris. Neat. [E!]

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clearly the only way to save world war z is to have Debby Renyolds do Brad Pitt's voice overs and then make the whole thing into a musical called the dancing cavalier. #sorted