Laker Ron Artest was on Chelsea Lately this week to talk about winning the NBA Championship with the LA Lakers… but that’s not all the defender and rapper had on his mind! Artest put the moves on Chelsea, who is newly single after breaking up with her longtime boyfriend Ted Halbert who is the CEO of Comcast Entertainment and E!.
In Touch Weekly is reporting a feud between Laker wives Vanessa Bryant and Khloe Kardashian Odom. Vanessa has long been the queen bee of the Laker wives and “hates” both Khloe and the Kardashian family. An insider cliams, “She won’t sit anywhere near Khloe at Lakers games. At a dinner for wives, Vanessa didn’t want to invite Khloe. She said Khloe is a fake wife, and she didn’t want fake wives there.”
Khloe may be famous for nothing but at least she isn’t famous for her cheating husband. TEAM KHLOE
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have had a busy last week. The Lakers won their second straight NBA Championship, and Kardashian bought her husband a $400,000 Rolls Royce to celebrate. Now the couple are in Cabo for their long awaited honeymoon and are filming a pilot for a potential reality show “Khlomar.” The couple are staying at Joe Francis’ estate, who is the creator of “Girls Gone Wild.” Francis is a long-time friend of the Kardashian family, and the couple’s reality show would also be produced by friend Ryan Seacrest. Seacrest also produces “Keeping up with the Kardashians” and “Kourtney and Khloe take Miami.” However, Kardashian and Odom would also serve as executive producers of their new reality show.
The couple have been married for 8 months, and the reality show would probably be only a half hour since no one could stand listening to Khloe’s baby talk for a full hour.
Cavs fans are pulling out all the stops to keep LeBron James in Cleveland. LeBron is a free-agent and rumored to be on the outs of the team that drafted him and his home-state. As thejerseychaser.com posted earlier, fans even formed a Flash Mob at a local Ohio Mall as a publicity stunt to keep LBJ.
Yesterday was LeBron Appreciation Day in Ohio, and LBJ himself showed up to a rally being held in his honor. From his speech, LeBron gave hints to him possibly staying: “Everything I do is for this city. I’m going to continue to do great things. I love every last one of you all. Akron is my home.”