NICK LACHEY'S WEDDING IS GOING TO BE EXPENSIVE

Nick Lachey, ex Mr. Jessica Simpson,  took to his Twitter page to talk about the price tag for his upcoming I Do's to Vanessa Minnillo. Nick tweeted, "I think the one thing not affected by the recession is the wedding business!! Damn, this is getting expensive. Good thing she's worth it." Nick and Vanessa got engaged in November 2010 after four years of dating. No word yet on when the couple plan to walk down the isle. Let's hope it won't be televised like Nick's first wedding. It seems to be a curse in Hollywood.

WOMAN CLAIMS MICHAEL JACKSON GAVE HER HERPES

Another day another lawsuit for Michael Jackson's estate. A woman names Shellie Smith is suing for $10 Million big ones claiming MJ gave her herpes. Shellie claims to have slept with MJ back in 1979, now stating that the STD has ruined her life. Now, there is no real proof that she even slept with MJ, but she claims he was her only partner. "At this time, I am unable to have a full and vibrant life to to the complications of this disease." Why wait 32 years to file a lawsuit? Are you waiting for his estate to bring in major bucks almost 2 years after his death? This isn't her first time suing the estate, In January 2010, she also filed a bizarre claim that she was secretly married to MJ and entitled to spousal support. The claim was rejected.

ANNA KOURNIKOVA ON 'BIGGEST LOSER'?

With news about Jillian Michaels leaving 'Biggest Loser, you may be wondering who will be the next new trainer. Anna Kournikova will reportedly join The Biggest Loser next season. With this seasons new trainers Cara and Brett still on board for next season, Anna looks to be taking Jillian's place. Jillian wants to start a new chapter in her life, giving Anna a new chapter in hers. An official announcement is expected during tonight's finale. I personally have a feeling next seasons tryouts will be swamped with men.

ASHTON KUTCHER REPORTEDLY SIGNED ONE-YEAR DEAL WITH 'MEN'

Seems like the big bosses at CBS aren't sure how Ashton Kutcher will do on next seasons of 'Two and a Half Men.' Ashton only signed a one-year deal with the show, even though executives plan to keep the show on for another two or three seasons. Don't feel bad for Ashton, he will still make almost $20 Million for one season. He will still be able to afford to buy groceries.

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