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    David Letterman may be passing the torch as the Late Show host this year but the comedian admits he probably should have lost his job years ago.

    He recently told the New York Times, "Looking at it now, yes, I think they would have had good reason to fire me. But at the time, I was largely ignorant as to what, really, I had done. It just seemed like, OK, well, here's somebody who had an intimate relationship with somebody he shouldn't have had an intimate relationship with. And I always said, 'Well, who hasn't?' to myself. But then, when I was able to see from the epicenter, the ripples, I thought, yeah, they could have fired me. But they didn't. So I owe them that."

    • The 68-year-old was being extorted for $2 million which led him to admit on air that he cheated on his wife his assistant, Stephanie Birkitt, and several other people who worked for him.


    Nick Loeb is not satisfied with just letting his frozen embryos with Sofia Vergara just remain frozen. The jilted ex has written a new op-ed piece for the New York Times hoping to explain his side of the story.

    Nick reveal, "Last August, I filed a complaint in Santa Monica, Calif., using pseudonyms, to protect two frozen embryos I created with my former fiancée. I wanted to keep this private, but recently the story broke to the world. It has gotten attention not only because of the people involved -- my ex is Sofia Vergara, who stars in the ABC series Modern Family -- but also because embryonic custody disputes raise important questions about life, religion and parenthood. When we create embryos for the purpose of life, should we not define them as life, rather than as property? Does one person's desire to avoid biological parenthood (free of any legal obligations) outweigh another's religious beliefs in the sanctity of life and desire to be a parent? A woman is entitled to bring a pregnancy to term even if the man objects. Shouldn't a man who is willing to take on all parental responsibilities be similarly entitled to bring his embryos to term even if the woman objects? These are issues that, unlike abortion, have nothing to do with the rights over one's own body, and everything to do with a parent's right to protect the life of his or her unborn child."

    • He goes on to write, "Many have asked me: Why not just move on and have a family of your own? I have every intention of doing so. But that doesn't mean I should let the two lives I have already created be destroyed or sit in a freezer until the end of time."
    • Nick later adds, "Her lawyer, Fred Silberberg, has told reporters that she wants to keep the embryos "frozen indefinitely." In my view, keeping them frozen forever is tantamount to killing them."


    'AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL' ADDS ANGELA BASSETT: Angela Bassett is in for another season of American Horror Story. Series creator Ryan Murphy announced the news on Twitter on Thursday (April 30th) writing, "In October, Angela Bassett will be making lots of trouble with Lady Gaga in the ballroom and elsewhere. #ahshotel" Angela previously appeared in the third and fourth seasons.

    'ROOTS' REMAKE TO AIR ON LIFETIME, A&E, AND HISTORY CHANNEL: A remake of the 1977 miniseries Roots will air on The History Channel, A&E, and Lifetime. It will be produced by LeVar Burton -- star of the original ABC version. He said in a statement, "My career began with Roots and I am proud to be a part of this new adaptation. There is a huge audience of contemporary young Americans who do not know the story of Roots or its importance. I believe now is the right time to tell this story so that we can all be reminded of its impact on our culture and identity." It will air in 2016.

    'OUIJA' SEQUEL GETS A RELEASE DATE: A sequel to the teen horror movie Ouija will be released on October 21st, 2016. Oculus writers Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard have written the screenplay for the film which is based on the supernatural-themed Hasbro board game. No casting information has been released.

    LAURA LINNEY ADDED TO 'TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES' SEQUEL: Multiple Oscar nominee Laura Linney has been added to the cast of the second Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. It is unclear what her role will be. She joins the previously announced cast members Stephen Amell and Tyler Perry as well as returning actors Megan Fox and Will Arnett.

    E! ORDERS NEW DRAMA SERIES: E! is adding another scripted drama to its schedule following their current series, The Royals. The network has given the green light to The Arrangement which is described as "a Cinderella story for modern times, with a dramatic and complicated Hollywood twist." The show comes from Mad Men producer Jonathan Abrahams.


    Teresa Giudice's attorney, James J. Leonard, wants to set the record straight about all of the rumors that have been reported about the reality star. He discussed some of the biggest pieces of gossip with People saying, "There's a lot of bad information out there. Every day there is another story out there about her and every day the stories are wrong."

    ...On her marriage to Joe Giudice:

    • "I can state unequivocally that I am the only lawyer that Teresa has met with since she has been in prison. While we have discussed many things, we have never discussed her divorcing Joe. If anything, as bizarre as it may seem, this experience of them being apart has only brought them closer. She has also talked about her future with Joe and the girls."

    ...On her release:

    • "Several months back we were able to secure an early release date of Dec. 23. That means Teresa will leave the prison on Dec. 23 and go home and sleep in her own bed. Two days later she will wake up and celebrate Christmas with Joe and her girls." He added that she will complete her sentence with home confinement until February 2016.

    ...On how she is getting along with her fellow inmates:

    • "Let's be clear, She is in a correctional facility. She's in a federal prison. She is not in a country club or some resort. She is surrounded by women from all walks of life, many of whom have violent backgrounds and she has adapted extremely well to her surroundings. If you're in prison and you have problems with another inmate, the other inmate doesn't anonymously go to a gossip blog and report the problem. They step to the inmate and they confront the problem and it gets dealt with one way or another. The truth is she had not had a single incident or infraction since she arrived at Danbury, she has been a model inmate in every sense of the word."

    ...On her status as a Housewife:

    • "Anyone who has watched that show since the very first episode understands that Teresa Giudice is the central figure around which the show revolves. That's not to take anything away from any of the other women, but Teresa has been the focal point for the last six seasons and I don't expect that to change moving forward, assuming both sides can agree on a contract."

    ...On her relationship with sister-in-law Melissa Gorga:

    • "I know it is contrary to popular belief, but Melissa doesn't hate Teresa and Teresa doesn't hate Melissa. Do they see eye-to-eye on everything? Absolutely not. Show me two sisters-in-law that do. What you see on television are snippets of their life that are edited and pieced together to fit the format of the show. But the truth is they can and often do co-exist without any problems in their everyday lives. I think that the Teresa/Melissa dynamic makes for good television and will likely continue in season 7, but hopefully in a less dramatic fashion."

    ...On her home being in foreclosure:

    • "I have been told that Joe is in the process of reconfiguring their mortgage with the bank. I do know that the house has been on the market for quite some time. I think they will either refinance their loan and keep the house or they will find a buyer and move into a new house. I do not envision a scenario in which their home will be foreclosed."

    ...On how Joe and the kids are handling life with Teresa:

    • "They are holding up surprisingly well, but they miss their mother terribly. This is a very difficult situation, but this is a very strong family. I know the girls can't wait to have their mother home."

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