DeShawn Snow will not return to "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" when the show begins its second season. The wife of NBA star Eric Snow said she learned only Monday that the series would go on without her, leaving Lisa Wu Hartwell, NeNe Leakes, Sheree Whitfield and Kim Kolciak to break in another cast member. "One of the producers called and said that I was "too human for a circus show" and that because the show did so well, they are about to pump up the drama and they didn't think that I would fit in," DeShawn told Essence.com. "He gave me an example, saying that during the reunion when I found out what a few of the other ladies said about me, they were expecting me to say more, but I'm not the type to go 'television' and start acting crazy because somebody's talking about me. I'm fine with the decision. It wasn't my decision. They let me go and there are no hard feelings. I am thankful for the opportunity." NeNe told an L.A. radio station the wives of basketball legend Dr. J and Usher were being considered to replace DeShawn. However, Usher's wife Tameka Foster has since come forward in this article to deny the reports. "Although Bravo approached me, and I was flattered by the offer, I will not be joining the 'Real Housewives' cast," said Raymond, who just welcomed her second son, Naveid Ely, with her husband in December.
From "Milkshake" to mommy. Kelis and her husband Nas are expecting their first child together. A close friend says she is carrying “hip-hop royalty." Kelis is currently in her first trimester. The couple tied the knot in a small ceremony in Atlanta in January 2005. Nas has a daughter named Destiny from a previous relationship.
Paris Hilton should have stayed at the Golden Globes after-party that was hosted by InStyle/Warner Bros. on Sunday night. She tried to crash Creative Artist Agency's big party to join Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Sting and Ralph Fiennes. Security noticed she was not on the guest list and she was told to leave. She figured if she hid out in the bathroom, they would forget about her. But security waited, and when she came out, they tossed her out.
The next edition of "Survivor" is to take place in Tocantins, the Brazilian Highlands. The 18th season is slated to premiere February 12th with 16 contestants on CBS. They will be left stranded 39 days, and battle scorching temperatures, torrential downpours, and dangerous wildlife. They will be divided into 2 tribes from the very beginning. Before the castaways speak their first words to each other, one person from each tribe will be chosen to remain behind and will not continue with their group. Part of that group will include former SWV memeber, Taj Johnson-George. She will join a principal, Army Sgt, a bus driver, a cattle rancher and a soccer coach.