Before the first "21 Jump Street" movie hit theaters in 2012, Jonah Hill made a bet with Channing Tatum. He said he would kiss a certain, intimate part of Channing's anatomy if the movie grossed more than $35 million. His exact quote was, "I will kiss your tip." Well, the movie grossed $36.3 million, but Channing hasn't cashed in yet. He tells "GQ", "I haven't made him do it yet. For obvious reasons. That's a bad bet to lose, but it's not too good to win, either. But definitely the shame of it would be enjoyable. It's my trump card, for sure. He tries not to bring it up at all costs. Unless he did something horrible to me, I don't know if I could ever cash it in. It would change our relationship forever." Jonah adds, "Channing and I say a lot of stupid stuff when we drink together." And apparently, Channing does love him some hooch. He says, "I probably drink too much, you know. I'm probably a pretty high-functioning, I guess, you know, I would say, alcoholic, I guess."
Taylor Swift is being sued by the Lucky 13 clothing company for selling merchandise on her website that says "Lucky 13." The company reached out to Taylor's people but got no response so now they're asking for a piece of the profits. They're also trying to shut down her online store. A statement on her website says, "So this company called "Lucky 13 Apparel" are trying to sue Taylor for an "unauthorised user" of the number 13. How ridiculous is that? How can you copyright a number?" She told MTV News, "I was born on the 13th. I turned 13 on Friday the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first No. 1 song had a 13-second intro. Every time I've won an award I've been seated in either the 13th seat, the 13th row, the 13th section or row M, which is the 13th letter."
You may have heard the name Michael Jace this week. He's an actor that played a Los Angeles police officer in the FX drama "The Shield." His wife April was found dead on Monday in her home. He has now been arrested in the shooting death of his wife, police said. April was shot multiple times within 15 minutes of returning home with their two sons from their baseball practice. One of the detectives said at the very least, they heard the shooting. Police also mentioned that Michael has a history of domestic violence.
In her new autobiography "Brunette Ambition", Lea Michele admits that she and Matthew Morrison actually dated briefly in their pre-"Glee" days. She says, "When we shot the pilot, I met Cory Monteith, Kevin McHale, Amber Riley, and Chris Colfer for the first time. I had worked on Broadway with Jenna Ushkowitz and Matthew Morrison before. Matt had been a friend of mine for years, and in fact we'd actually dated back in the day for a Broadway beat."