Dirt Alert for May 16, 2019

Thursday, May 16th

Kylie Jenner is launching a skincare line, "Kylie Skin," but one of the products is
already catching hate on twitter. A face scrub made with walnut powder. Fans and
dermatologists say that walnut face scrub is too sharp to use on your skin. So be
careful when rubbing walnuts on your face!

The Jonas Brothers are opening up about the frustrations they felt in the early
days of their career, which eventually led to their breakup and now reunion. In a
new interview with “Paper,” Joe says, "I don't feel as frustrated now as I did then,”
adding about their Disney days, “We were having to censor ourselves, I think any
artist could relate. That's not fun. We were at a standstill with our TV show and the
movies. We were young adults, having to pretend like we're young teenagers."
Nick adds, “Before this becomes an indictment of Disney and Disney culture, I
think it's important to say that, though we felt limited at times, bottom line, Disney
was really good for us.”

Radar Online is reporting that Heather Locklear is back in rehab. This is her
second trip since being hospitalized back in November. She and her on-again-off-
again boyfriend Chris Heisser had a fight that led to her latest stint. Hopefully she
gets the help she needs.

If you love the Spice Girls, Inisider is reporting that the actual Spice Bus from the
1997 film “Spice World” has been converted into an apartment and is now
available for rent on Airbnb. It's $128 a night and will be in London for their show.
There are some rules, though, like no pets and no smokers, as well as a
requirement the guests wear 90s attire and sing “Goodbye” when checking out.

As the college admissions scandal rages on, Lori Loughlin seems confident that
she’ll come out the other side unscathed. We previously reported that she’s
pleading “not guilty” and has waived her right to appear in court for the
arraignment, and now a source says that she’s convinced she’s going back to
work once the scandal blows over. “It’s killing her that her squeaky-clean
reputation has done a total 180,” the source tell Us Weekly. “She thinks she’s not
going to serve jail time and [will] return to work.”

Taylor Swift stopped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” yesterday, and we found
out that she "sleep eats." She said, “'I go downstairs and rummage through the
kitchen and eat what I can find. It's really less human being and more like a
raccoon in a dumpster.” And apparently she doesn’t even remember doing it. She
notes, “The next morning we walk downstairs and think "what happened here?’...I
don't really remember it, but I know it happens because it could only have been
me... or cats.”

The NY Post claims 19,000 Game of Thrones fans have signed a change.org
petition to have Season 8 remade because they are unhappy with it. The lead
petitioner writes, “David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have proven themselves to be
woefully incompetent writers when they have no source material (i.e. the books) to
fall back on. This series deserves a final season that makes sense. Subvert my
expectations and make it happen, HBO!”

Britney Spears' manager tells TMZ that she may never perform again. He says
she was "distraught" by her father's illness, and her meds weren't working. He
insists Britney only works if she wants to, and she hasn't called him in months

Lamar Odom regrets cheating on his ex-wife, Khloé Kardashian. He tells People
that he wishes he "could have been more of a man." Lamar has an upcoming
book, "Darkness to Light" that talks about his marriage, infidelity, and addiction.

The fate of Woodstock 50 is still up in the air, but Billboard reports that a judge
has ruled that the festival can still go on despite investors Dentsu announcing its
cancellation. While the judge’s 10-page decision does side with Woodstock
founders' argument that Dentsu didn’t have the right to cancel the festival, the
judge did not order the investors to return the $18 million the founders claim they
stole. Without the money, Michael Lang and his partners currently have no more
money to fund the festival, which was supposed to take place in August, but he
insists it will still go on.

Bill Cosby's wife Camille is accusing Judge Steve O'Neill of racial bigotry. Bill
Cosby accused the Pennsylvania judge of bias and racism before. She put on
Bill's Instagram a post accusing the judge of colluding with the media to “turn Bill
Cosby into one of the most insidious stereotypes of African American men.” We
don't know if there will be any investigations for these accusations, but we'll let you

“Big Bang Theory” ends its 12-season run tonight. Jim Parsons' exit from the show
was the main factor in the show ending at season 12. Why did he want to go? He
told The Hollywood Reporter that there wasn't a big factor that made him decide
not to do another season. He just said, "when you know, you know"

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