Wednesday Gossip


Nashville actor Chris Esten has announced that he’ll headline a summer tour before the show begins filming its upcoming third season. Rolling Stone Country reports that Chris has scheduled appearances in Texas, Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, and Utah with his Nashville co-star Clare Bowen, who plays his niece Scarlett on the show. Theyr will also open for Alan Jackson and Jennifer Nettles at upcoming shows.

Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert celebrated her #1 song, “Automatic,” with a sock-hop themed party in Nashville on Monday afternoon.  Guests were encouraged to put on their best flashback fashions in honor of the nostalgic song’s theme.  Not only did Miranda dress up, but she also debuted a new hairdo.  She has cut off her long blonde hair into a shoulder-length bob.  No doubt the new style will be a lot cooler for her on stage when she hits the road with her Platinum tour on July 10th.

Kendra Wilkinson flushed her wedding ring down the toilet. Just five weeks after giving birth to daughter Alijah. There were rumors her husband Hank Baskett cheated and at first she didn't believe it, but then she discovered an unexplained charge on his credit card, she "flipped out." Reports are that she threw their 2009 wedding photos into the pool and pulled off her wedding ring, and flushed it down the toilet.

LeAnn Rimes is reportedly looking into having a baby with husband Eddie Cibrian. According to Life & Style, she has "consulted with doctors" about in vitro fertilization after years of struggling to conceive. But although LeAnn has been begging Eddie to let her begin IVF, he doesn't want more kids. Eddie has 2 kids with his ex Brandi Glanville. LeAnn and Eddie will touch on the rumors about whether or not they're considering to have kids when their VH1 reality show, LeAnn & Eddie premieres Thursday July 17.

In the new issue of Cosmopolitan, Megan Fox reveals that her celebrity girl crush is Ellen DeGeneres. "Maybe it's the way she gives off the impression that she's anti-'the business' even though she's engaging in it, And humor is always sexy." She also emphasizes that the most attractive quality in a female is confidence. "Women don't have to be desperate and try so hard. Allow yourself to be strong and powerful and men will be crawling on their hands and knees."

Jennifer Love Hewitt will return to CBS, where she starred on Ghost Whisperer, as a regular cast member of Criminal Minds' tenth season. She last starred on Lifetime's The Client List, which ended last year. Criminal Minds 10th season premiere is Wednesday, October 1st on CBS.

Carrrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert have been spending a lot of time together because of their new duet, “Somethin’ Bad,” and it turns out their husbands have been bonding as well.  In a recent interview, Carrie said, “During the ACMs, we actually hung out quite a bit because we were there for a few days and our husbands got to talk.”  She said, "I think there’s a bit of a bromance going on.  [Blake’s] got a lot of bromances going on. I won’t talk to Mike about it – I don’t want to make him jealous!” Speaking of Carrie, she will return as the voice of the Sunday Night Football theme song this fall on NBC. This will be Carrie’s second season singing the theme song.  She took over last year for Faith Hill, who had sung the theme song for six seasons. The new version of Carrie’s theme song will premiere during the first Sunday Night Football game of the 2014 season on September 14th, when the Seattle Seahawks take on the Green Bay Packers.

Yesterday Kelly Clarkson tweeted about two landmarks in her life. She tweeted, "I still can't believe I made a human," with the hashtags: "#topthat #firstglassofwineintenmonths #pump&dump :)" Kelly had her daughter River Rose on June 12th and calls her
"greatest thing on the planet."

In her first television interview since 2003, Monica Lewinsky reveals that being thrust into the media following her affair with President Bill Clinton was “one of the worst days of [her] life.” Explaining that she was a “virgin to humiliation of that level until that day,” She says, “To be called stupid, and a bimbo, and ditzy, and to be taken out of context... it was excruciating.” Part of a National Geographic special called The '90s: The Last Great Decade? Part one of the special debuts this Sunday.