Well, the day has come! It's time to get on that school bus and get to school today Not really but I do start my 4th semester of college today. (If your wondering, I took summer classes as well).
The past few weeks I've actually been "on break" still working, but no class work to do and I've become a YouTube hog... I've watched so many videos on there, it's crazy. Not random ones tho, I've been watching the elite 100's videos. (The YouTubers who have the most subscribers, the top 100 of them) which leads me to possibly start VLoging (Video Blogging) I just need to get a new camera first lol... I'll probably end up getting one today so VLoging is my other excuse to why I need one.
Anyway, time for The Dish!
Ryan Jenkins Found Dead...
Reality television star Ryan Jenkins, suspected of murdering model Jasmine Fiore, was found dead in Vancouver, British Columbia, ABC News reports. Police believed he hanged himself.
California prosecutors announced Thursday murder charges had been filed against the fugitive reality-television contestant in the death of his wife.
Jenkins, a native of Calgary, had been sought by Buena Park police since his wife, Jasmine Fiore, 28, was found strangled and stuffed in a suitcase discovered in a trash bin last weekend.Rimes, Cibrian Photographed Together...
Married singer LeAnn Rimes and actor Eddie Cibrian, who are rumored to be having an affair, were photographed together at a golf course.
Rimes and Cibrian, co-stars in a Lifetime movie that aired this year, both recently separated from their respective spouses amid reports they had been seeing each other romantically.
Usmagazine.com published a photo of the pair and said they appeared to be enjoying an outing at a golf course in Valencia, Calif., Thursday.
"Twilight" Author Sued for Copyright Infringement...
(cough cough) good (hack)
A woman who wrote an obscure vampire book as a teenager has sued "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer, accusing her of stealing ideas from the work for the fourth book in her vampire series, "Breaking Dawn."
Meyer's publisher responded that the lawsuit, filed on Wednesday in federal court in California, is a meritless claim meant to further the career of the aspiring screenwriter making the complaint.
Jordan Scott's lawsuit accuses Meyer of copyright infringement and argues that, as Scott wrote her vampire novel "The Nocturne," she posted passages online, and that Meyer stole ideas from Scott's work for her own book.
"The Nocturne" and "Breaking Dawn," which was published in 2008, show similarities in language, plot lines, characters and other points, Scott's lawsuit stated. For instance, the lawsuit said both books contain a wedding passage and an after-wedding scene of sex on the beach.
Hachette Book Group, Meyer's publisher, said the "alleged similarities" are "wholly lacking in substance," and Meyer based "Breaking Dawn" on an earlier, unpublished sequel to "Twilight" that she wrote.
Hachette called the suit a "publicity stunt to further Ms. Scott's career," and said it expected the court would dismiss it.
Meyer's "Breaking Dawn" is the fourth book in the "Twilight" series, which has sold more than 70 million copies worldwide and become the basis of a Hollywood movie series.
The first film, "Twilight," earned more than $380 million at worldwide box offices and the second, "New Moon," hits theaters in November. The books and movies are about a girl named Bella Swan, who has a star-crossed love affair with dangerous but handsome vampire Edward Cullen.
Scott's book "The Nocturne," which she started writing at age 15 in 2003, had an initial printing of 5,000 books and is about to go into a second printing, according to her lawsuit.
REPORT: Abdul not returning to 'Idol' (really this time)...
Negotiations between "American Idol" producers and former judge Paula Abdul have broken down, a source told the New York Post.
Both parties recently announced Abdul would not be returning to the singing competition series next season because a deal could not be reached.
Rumors subsequently started swirling that the two sides had resumed talks in an effort to get Abdul back in the judge's chair.
However, Abdul posted a message on her Twitter page Tuesday night, saying, "With sadness in my heart, I've decided not to re turn."
That's going to make watching next season hard...
So what's new with you? How was your summer? Excited about the kids going back to school? Leave a comment below! ALSO!! What's your reaction to Creed joining back up