Updated Jun 21, 2013 - 2:29 pm
Paula Deen dropped by Food Network
Paula Deen felt the heat outside of the kitchen after her discriminating remarks, made in a deposition, were revealed to the public.
On Friday morning Deen was scheduled to appear on the "Today Show" for an exclusive interview with Matt Lauer to address the statements, but she bailed at the last minute citing exhaustion. Later in the day however she released a 45 second video apology that was highly edited, causing many to question her sincerity. That video was taken off the web just a few hours later and replaced with a new apology video. Apparently two apologies weren't enough for the Food Network, who decided to drop her from their line-up.
Chris Brown and Rihanna recorded a duet together while they were still dating. The song was going to be on Brown's new album, but now that they are no longer a couple, Brown wants the song dropped. His new album "X" is scheduled to be released on July 16th, and according to Hollywood Life, if Brown gets his way the song will not be included, even though executives believe it could be a hit.
It's a singing competition not a dating show, but Demi Lovato says The X Factor is a lot like a bachelorette party now that there are three women on the judge's panel.
"When there's a cute guy that walks on stage. We're all on one side like, 'He's so cute!'" Kelly Rowland and Paulina Rubio have joined Lovato and Simon Cowell in the search for the next X Factor contestants.
Earlier this week Rowland appeared on Good Morning America and said she had questioned her future after Destiny's Child. I think it's safe to say she won't have much time to think about that anymore. Her new album, Talk A Good Game, was just released this week.
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