Kesha appears to have no hard feelings about Jerry Seinfeld blowing off her request for a hug. Seinfeld was doing an interview with WIAD-FM in Washington on Monday during an event at the Kennedy Center. Kesha interrupted, introduced herself and asked for a hug. Seinfeld said, “No thanks.” Kesha asked again and Seinfeld declined. Kesha pretended to be offended and left. Seinfeld said he did not know who she was, and the interviewer clued him in. Seinfeld said he wishes her the best. On Tuesday, Kesha posted a photo of herself at the event with the caption, “Lots to smile about.” Seinfeld and Kesha were on the same bill that night.
CHER SAYS HER MUSICAL WILL DEBUT IN 2018
Cher promises the musical based on her life will be on Broadway next year. Cher tweets she’s been talking to the show’s writer and director. The show will portray Cher with three different actresses at different points in her life.
TOP GUN 2 is ready for takeoff and Val Kilmer has almost been begging for a part with some embarrassing messages on Twitter.
Everybody understands the need, the need for speed. Especially when careers come and go in a flash in Hollywood.
After all it is 30 years since the original Top Gun and Kilmer’s star hasn’t shone quite that bright for several decades.
Even so, his constant tweets are a little undignified.
Surely actors have agents and representatives for stuff like that and negotiations take place in private behind closed doors?
Kilmer really stepped up the pace in the last 24 hours with two shameless social media posts and accompanying pictures.
Back in November last year, Kilmer announced he was going to be in Top Gun but then was asked to retract his statement.
He wrote: “I just got offered Top Gun2 – not often you get to say “yes” without reading the script…”
Shortly after he issued a lengthy retraction, adding: “I jumped the top gun.”
Since then, Cruise has shared that Top Gun 2 is going ahead with Jerry Bruckheimer but there has been no word about Kilmer.
From having been “offered” the role, Kilmer now seems to be touting for the job.