The San Diego police are handing the uniquely bizarre Kobe church case — which Bryant’s legal team flatly dismissed — over to prosecutors for a closer look, according to TMZ: “A parishioner at the St. Theresa of Carmel Church filed a police report last month against the L.A. Lakers star, claiming Kobe ripped a cell phone out of his hand in church, accusing the man of trying to take Kobe’s picture. Law enforcement sources tell us … the case will be referred to the San Diego City Attorney, but cops think at best it would be filed as a misdemeanor battery, which carries a maximum sentence of 6 months in jail.”
The Kats! Bureau at this writing is in close proximity to Aerosmith, not just spiritually but in fact. I’m seated in a group so close to the band you can actually catch the distinctive scent of Steven Tyler. Not sure what it is, sort of a citrus-berry-macho-musk fragrance. I call it Sweet Emotion.
Shania Twain was a guest on “Live With Kelly and Ryan” during the quartet of shows taped Sunday and Monday at Paris Theater.
CeeLo Green is back in Las Vegas, with his “Man In The Mirror” production, booked for 16 performances at Flamingo Showroom from March 24 to Aug. 2.
Of his sister, Donny Osmond says, “I think we have proven that siblings can work together. There has been some butting of the heads … because we are both producers.”
“I know that God has been calling me for a long time and the devil has been distracting me for a long time,” West said.
“There are no words,” Donny Osmond said. “It’s sadness and elation at the same time.”
Singer Ariana Grande is scheduled to peform on Dec. 15 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.