Target has pulled a greeting card from its shelves that reads, “Next time you think of dating the bad boy, consider Whitney Houston” — an obvious reference to Whitney’s ex-husband Bobby Brown.
The retail giant told the Associated Press in a statement that it’s begun “the process of removing the card.”
The statement about the card — which was on sale prior to Whitney’s Feb. 11 death — continued, “It is never our intent to offend guests with the products we offer, and we take feedback from guests very seriously.”
Lindsay Lohan is returning to Saturday Night Live this week and there’s much anticipation if she’ll pull it off. But we got a preview of her comedic chops today, when SNL released this promo. In it, she poked fun of herself, saying she’s been living in the air ducts of the studio.
Now the magazine is setting its sights on her daughter, Bobbi Kristina: It’s published a series of still images from a video purported to be taken of Bobbi smoking marijuana from a bong, “partying with college pals at their off-campus apartment in Stateboro, Ga,m in March 2011.”
For more on this story, pick up the National Enquirer, on newsstands this week.
Jersey Shore star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is pregnant, according to the New York Post.
The reports comes just weeks after Snooki denied an earlier round of pregnancy reports, telling Good Morning America‘s Lara Spencer, “I definitely do want kids, but I’m not pregnant. Being pregnant should be a real thing and a happy thing, and I’m not.”
According to the Post, Snooki is three months along, and the baby’s father is her boyfriend, Jionni LaValle.
The newspaper also reports that Snooki is looking to cash in on her pregnancy — similarly to Kourtney Kardashian — by selling photos and interviews to the press. It says she’s inked a deal with Us Weekly.
Plus, the pregnancy may complicate the filming of Snooki’s new spinoff show with co-star JWOWW.
Whitney Houston‘s goddaughter, actress Brandi Burnside, has broken her silence — and she isn’t mincing words about who’s responsible for her godmother’s sudden death.
“I don’t know how to say this, but those bad people and that bad press is what I feel killed her — she hated it,” Burnside tells The Insider. “She’s a human being. She has a life too…and all the ridiculing is what hurt her — that’s what drove her to not be here anymore.”
She also said of Whitney, “My godmother loved so hard and was such a good person.”
Brandi also downplayed the media’s speculation that Whitney was plagues by “demons.” She told The Insider, “I’m so glad to set the record straight that my godmother had no demons. She wasn’t fighting any demons. The only thing that she was doing was spreading and sharing love.”