According to headlines, recent Oscar winner Sandra Bullock was shockingly blindsided after she found out her husband Jesse James of 5 years was cheating on her for nearly 11 months. Repeats are in tabloids everywhere that James had an ongoing wild affair with tattooed biker groupie Michelle “Bombshell” McGee that began while Sandra was away filming her Academy Award and Oscar-winning movie “The Blind Side.”
The she-devil that shattered the lovely Bullock’s world claimed she and James were intimate for months as she thought he and Bullock were separated, even going so far as giving him the nickname “Vanilla Gorilla.” People magazine is reporting that Bullock moved out of their home on Monday. James and Bullock previously met in 2004 and were married a year later. Yesterday Sandra released the statement, “Due to unforseen personal reasons, the trip to London has been deemed impossible at this time,” referring to her inability to appear at the London premiere of “The Blind Side.” She proceeded to apologize for any conveniences it may have caused.
Oprah Winfrey is being hauled into court once again.
Sources say she will most likely have to testify in a Philadelphia courtroom next week. The cause is a defamation case brought on by the former headmistress of Oprah’s school in South Africa. The headmistress was also the woman in charge when the school was rocked by the sex abuse scandal. The woman was fired and in return sued Oprah. She said Oprah suggested that she had never been aware of the abuse. Just a couple days ago a judge allowed the case to go forward. Oprah will most likely appear as a witness when the trial starts later this month.
Conan O’Brien is merely days away from announcing his return to late night television.
Just as he claimed months ago, he will have to wait until September to actually do the show with FOX. According to sources, FOX Executives are on board along with “The Big Boss” Rupert Murdock who wants to make the deal as soon as possible. FOX hopes to announce their plans by May 17th when the network reveals their fall lineup. Along with his successful television career, Conan is also headed to the big screen as he gets ready to go on his comedy tour. There are also talks of shooting a documentary feature about his stage show. Apparently he came up with the idea himself, which was really just to keep his staff working until September and the start of his new show with FOX. Though Conan will end up with FOX, NBC reportedly will take over the hit show “24” that FOX is potentially cancelling.