Judge Joe Brown's TV show ended its 15-year run last year, but he was back in court yesterday in real life and things got a little crazy. Brown was in a Memphis juvenile court, as a lawyer representing someone in a child support case, when he flipped out on the judge to the point where he was cited for contempt of court five times, arrested, and ordered to spend five days in jail. It's unclear exactly what caused the outburst, but apparently, he wasn't getting what he wanted because he started yelling and repeatedly challenging the juvenile court magistrate's authority. In any event, Brown is currently running to be the District Attorney in the same county where he was arrested so this could mess up his campaign.
Kanye West wants Mary J. Blige to perform at his wedding to Kim Kardashian. He has asked her to sing "Everything" from 1997. They are getting married in Paris in less than two months. They have already licensed their wedding photos for sale and will record the whole thing for "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
Nick Cannon has been busy promoting his new album, "White People Party Music" which hits stores on April 1st. However, he may have taken his album title a bit too seriously. He shared A PICTURE and A VIDEO on his Instagram account of himself in whiteface makeup with blond hair, a new wardrobe and a "skater boy" accent. Nick followed up the photo with a video introducing his Caucasian persona, Connor Smallnut. As you may have guessed, his costume has caused quite an uproar. Commenters on his posts have accused the "America's
Got Talent" host of being "racist," "racialist," "ignorant" and "hypocritical." Others have defended his act as "hilarious" and on point. While the vocal majority has labeled his antics as offensive, Nick has continued to defend his actions on Twitter.