In the Big Fat Rumor of the Day, Kristen Stewart has been dropped from the "Snow White and the Huntsman" sequel. Supposedly, Universal Studios is re-tooling the concept so that instead of a proper follow-up, they're going to do a spin-off focusing on The Huntsman who was played by Chris Hemsworth. That way they can get rid of Kristen, who messed a lot
of things up when she had an affair with the original movie's director, Rupert Sanders. However, Universal says they're not doing this to get rid of Kristen. Her Snow White character could still appear in the Huntsman movie. Also, Sanders hasn't been ruled out as director.
Here are four things Chad Johnson had last week that he does not have this week: A job, two reality shows, and a wife. Evelyn Lozada filed for divorce yesterday, after Chad allegedly head-butted her during an argument on Saturday night. They were fighting over a receipt for condoms that she found in his car. Chad and Evelyn just got married on July 4th, meaning they lasted 41 days. That means they beat the old record held by Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. Congratulations. The wedding was filmed for a reality series called "Ev and Ocho", which VH1 has decided not to air. The two of them were also on HBO's "Hard Knocks", because Chad was supposed to play for the Miami Dolphins this year. But they dropped him from the team, too. Meanwhile, a woman has come forward claiming she was having an affair with Chad from January through May of this year and TMZ says this is the second time Chad has been accused of domestic violence. In 2000, before he started playing for Oregon State, he was actually convicted of slapping his girlfriend at the time. Meanwhile, Chad posted this message on his website yesterday, "I would like to apologize to everyone for the recent events that have occurred. I would like to wish Evelyn well and will never say anything bad about her because I truly love her to death. I will continue to be positive and train hard for another opportunity in the NFL. To all the fans and supporters I have disappointed, you have my sincerest apologies. I will stay
positive and get through this tough period in my life."
Ryan Lochte has said he's definitely interested in doing reality TV but first, he's booked an acting gig. Sort of. Ryan will guest star on "90210" this season, but he's playing himself. According to reports, he'll show up "as a guest at a resort." The episode will air on October 29th.
Alicia Keys is ready to turn up the heat on her new album. In a post on her website Tuesday, she announced her next album will be titled "Girl on Fire." She says the songs will focus on "finding yourself and your own inner strength." It’s her 5th album, first since 2009. She said, "On one song, One of the lines I wrote says, 'I’ll never be perfect, but at least now I’m brave!'" As soon as we hear a release date, we'll pass it on.
Eminem has begun work on his eighth solo album. He has just completed producing the new Slaughterhouse album "Welcome to: Our House." They are signed to his Shady Records label. He said he’s ready to focus fully on the follow-up to his 2010 record "Recovery."