Jessica Simpson has been hit with a bizarre lawsuit that accuses her of stealing a stranger's baby -- for a photo shoot! The suit was filed by a man who claims that Jess, then pregnant for the first time, asked to hold his infant son at a department store meet and greet. When he agreed, a photographer whipped out his camera and began clicking away, snapping pics that would later end up on the cover of OK! magazine -- identified as the first pics of Simpson's then-unborn baby. Christopher Hurst is suing Jessica and the mag for damages totaling $75,000, according to TMZ.
ELIN NORDEGREN has MILLIONS of dollars and a new man. You'd think she's moved on. But maybe she hasn't. According to "Us Weekly", she still has a lot of anger when it comes to TIGER WOODS. A source says, quote, "She hates LINDSEY VONN and everything about this romance." She's also, quote, "angry Tiger even has visitation rights with the kids."
JUSTIN BIEBER tried to sneak into a
In a bit of an upset, the low-budget horror movie "The Purge" claimed the #1 spot at the box office this weekend. It made a hefty $36.4 million, despite only costing $3 million to make. That OWEN WILSON-VINCE VAUGHN comedy "The Internship" didn't fare nearly as well . . . it made just $18.1 million in 4th place.
Some woman ran onstage and threw EGGS at SIMON COWELL during the live finale of "
Sadly, JASON ALDEAN flunked his audition as KRISTEN BELL'S co-host at last night's "CMT Music Awards". He was stiff, uncomfortable and not up to the task. Kristen, however, keeps getting better. She did the heavy lifting and nailed it.
But the CMTs are all about live performances and there were plenty of great ones, including the opening, which featured Jason and LENNY KRAVITZ tearing through "American Woman". It wasn't very country, but nobody seemed to mind.
The obligatory video opening had Kristen as Jason's therapist . . . plus tons of guest stars including Vince Vaughn, Blake Shelton, Reba, Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Dr. Drew Pinsky . . . Lorraine Bracco, who played the therapist on "The Sopranos" . . . and Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane.
As for the trophies: CARRIE UNDERWOOD'S "Blown Away" won Video of the Year. MIRANDA LAMBERT took home two buckles: "Mama's Broken Heart" won Female Video of the Year . . . and "Over You" was a Performance of the Year winner.
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE'S breakout year is still going strong: Their smash hit "Cruise" won Duo Video of the Year . . . and Breakthrough Video of the Year.
DARIUS RUCKER gave a nice performance of his song "Wagon Wheel". He was joined by LADY ANTEBELLUM and they sounded great together.
And props to LITTLE BIG TOWN for rocking the house to FLEETWOOD MAC'S "The Chain". They may have the best harmonies in all of country music. And having KEITH URBAN shredding on lead guitar certainly didn't hurt.
Carrie Underwood's tribute to Oklahoma lived up to expectations. You knew it would. Florida Georgia Line and NELLY rocked the show's end with "Cruise".
One last note: Our thoughts are with GEORGE STRAIT who had to cancel because of the death of his father.