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Lindsay Lohan Probably Stars on 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!'

Lindsay Lohan is currently being considered to appear on the next series of 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!', Britain's Daily Mirror reports. Read more.

'The Hills' Star Heidi Montag Gets Dissed by Brooke Hogan

It's the Reality Stars Battle Royale, with The Hills ' Heidi Montag-Pratt against Brooke Knows Best's Brooke Hogan. The feud began when the infamous wrestler's daughter released her latest single "Ur Not That Hot!" and blatantly dissed Montag in the lyrics. The track begins with a stranger impersonating the Hills star in a voicemail. "Umm. Hey Brooke, what's up?" the song says. "This is Heidi Montag. I just want to let you know that I'm making a record and that your record ... better watch its back. And, if you think that Stack$ is awesome, just wait for Spencer. Bye." Brooke's rapper boyfriend Stack$, who is mentioned in the opening lines, will also be featured in the single itself. While it isn't clear why Brooke Hogan is targeting Spencer Pratt's wife, the R&B singer blogged about the issue. "WHY???? Because I can," Hogan wrote. "And this is just the tip of the iceberg! I'm so sick of people that use me and my family, people with NO talent calling people out who work harder than them, and just people who have a dumbass attitude to begin with." It looks pretty serious considering Hogan's explanation, especially because the Hills stars have been the subject of controversy lately (or always, as they intended). Speidi is notorious for taking too many rides on the fame wagon, even though many believe they don't deserve it. They've gone from their stint on an MTV show to participating on and off in the NBC game I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! . Also, word has it that Heidi's been picked to pose for Playboy as well as being offered $25K to strip onstage for an NYC club. For once though, Heidi didn't comment immediately on her sudden feud with Brooke Hogan. Fortunately for her, her husband wants the attention too. Spencer Pratt sent an e-mail to MTV News to address Hogan's song, and he doesn't sound happy. "Is that the wrestler's daughter?" Spencer wrote. "If so, Speidi will be praying for her and her family!" Source Here

Heidi Montag Offered to Strip Onstage for 25,000 Dollars

Already agreeing to bare her flesh for Playboy magazine, Heidi Montag receives another offer yet again as SCORES nightclub has approached her to strip onstage for five nights for $25,000. "Since Montag recently agreed to pose for Playboy, SCORES figured the publicity-hungry starlet would jump at the opportunity to be center stage at one of New York's most entertaining nightclubs," read a press release issued by the club. The club reportedly has sent a letter to the reality TV star through its general manager. The letter read, "Dear Mrs. Heidi Pratt, as the nation watched you and your husband brave the jungle on ' I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! ' and continue to brave the ups and downs of ' The Hills ' and Lauren Conrad, we would like to take this time to present you with an opportunity that will allow you to be center stage-and have a lot of fun while doing so." "As we took note that you will be posing in Playboy soon, we thought you may be interested in dabbling in yet another adventure that will most definitely expose your softer side. As we recently re-opened after a short hiatus, SCORES would be honored to have you dance at our club on the main stage each night for five days, upon which, we will offer you a fee of $25,000," the letter stated further. In addition to the offered fee, Lauren is given the chance to have her husband Spencer Pratt sitting on the very front row at the venue to watch her performance. Though so, there has been no word from Heidi and her people if she accepts the offer or not. Source Here

I'm a Celebrity Hosts Make Season 2 Cast Picks

Lou Diamond Phillips took his seat on the I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! throne earlier this week, but the show's hosts are already looking for his successor. "I would love to see Clay Aiken, maybe Lance Bass and Paris Hilton on [next season]. Boy George too," Damien Fahey tells TVGuide.com. "Lindsay Lohan would be great. I think you need someone huge, like a Tom Cruise or something. Imagine that." Relive all the jungle action with our I'm a Celebrity gallery Fahey's co-host, Myleene Klass, is imagining Cruise's Jerry Maguire co-star though. While her pie-in-the-sky pick would be Angelina Jolie, Klass thinks Cuba Gooding Jr. "could do really well" on the NBC survival-of-the-fittest series. "He looks like he could handle the jungle," she says. But we may be getting ahead of ourselves here. Fahey says he doesn't have "100 percent confirmation" on a second season, but Klass, who made mention of it on the finale, says she's gotten word of one. "That's what I've been told," she says. "I certainly hope so since they told me to say that." Test your knowledge of reality competition shows Despite apparently being out of the renewal loop, Fahey says he foresees another jungle adventure come June 2010 thanks to the "huge buzz" Season 1 had, courtesy of Speidi and, well, mostly Speidi. "It's probably the most talked-about show that's been on in years," he says. "If I was a betting man, I would say we would see a Season 2. I would love to come back." Source Here

Lou Diamond Phillips Wins I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

Lou Diamond Phillips is getting out of here a winner: The actor was crowned king of the jungle on the I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! season finale. "This experience is head and shoulders, and far to the left of anything I've ever done. One of a kind," Phillips said on Wednesday's live finale. "No movie set ever compares to this. This is the real deal and it's been an amazing trip." The win comes with an olive wreath, a seat on the Costa Rican jungle throne and a check for the charity of Phillips' choice, the Art Has Heart Foundation. The organization awards scholarships to lower-income high school students. Phillips, a frequent Numbers guest star who can be seen on SyFy's Stargate Universe in October, defeated former pro wrestler Torrie Wilson, who finished second, and NBA veteran John Salley, who finished third. Each had to endure a "jungle spa" - featuring creepy crawlers, baby crocodiles and mealworms - to win a gourmet meal. All three received it. The finale also served as a near-reunion for the cast. All evicted cast members, save for comedy duo Frangela, returned to learn who won and look back on their time in the jungle. But there was no "all-out battle" between Spencer and Heidi Pratt and their castmates, though the show's producer had predicted one earlier this week. Test your knowledge of Speidi with our Reality Challenge Though Spencer memorably chewed out his campmates on the premiere, saying they devalued his fame, the Hills villain said Wednesday he no longer stands by his opinion. "I've never lived in the jungle before, so I guess you can't know how you're going to act until you move into the jungle with a bunch of amazing celebrities," he said. "They have increased my value of celebrity, I found out, so I owe them all greatly." Source Here

Ratings: America's Got Great Numbers, Dave Tops Conan - Featured

Some recent ratings highlights: * America's Got Talent on Tuesday tallied an audience of 11.3 million total viewers - a drop of 12 percent from its previous premiere, but still the night's most watched program. Its second outing dipped 8 percent, to 10.39 mil. * ABC's The Superstars opened to a not-entirely-super 4.34 mil on Tuesday. In turn, the (thankfully) already-renewed Better Off Ted only managed 1.87 mil. Take a quiz on reality competition shows * On Wednesday, ABC's Wipeout scored 7.7 mil, topping So You Think You Can Dance in the 8 o'clock hour. All told, Fox's Dance averaged 7.5 mil over its two-hour run, down 880K week-to-week. * I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! at long last signed off, before a crowd of 4.4 mil. That's a 31 percent plunge from its season premiere. * NBC's The Philanthropist premiered to 7.4 mil, besting both a CSI: NY repeat and ABC's special on President Obama's health care plan (4.7 mil). * Late Show with David Letterman last week topped The Tonight Show in viewers (averaging 3.46 mil vs. 3.32 mil). That's the first time that has happened for a full week of original broadcasts since December 2005. Source Here

Tonight's TV Hot List: Wednesday, June 24, 2009 - Featured

* I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (8 pm/ET NBC) From Speidi's early departure (and return, and departure) to Janice Dickinson's "granola-gate," there's been no shortage of drama in the jungle since the show started just three weeks ago. In tonight's finale, the entire cast reunites in Costa Rica to learn who will be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle - and more importantly, which deserving charity will get the much needed moola. * The Music Instinct: Science and Song (9 pm/ET PBS) What is it about the brain that makes us susceptible to rhythm and melody? What is it that causes us, to quote Sapphire in Almost Famous, "to truly love some silly little piece of music...so much that it hurts"? Featuring jazz vocalist Bobby McFerrin (who cohosts with neuroscientist Daniel Levitin), classical cellist Yo-Yo Ma, deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie and rockers Jarvis Cocker and Richard Hawley, this documentary explores the music-mind connection via brain scans and case studies, and details music's ability to help us heal. * Primetime: Questions for the President - Prescription for America (10 pm/ET ABC) It's close to 20 percent of the U.S. economy. It's complex and contentious. It affects everyone (and is on everyone's mind). It's literally a life-and-death issue. And Obama was elected, at least in part, to overhaul it. So it's no wonder that the president has been devoting so much energy to health care lately. He's talking about it again tonight, but he'll also listen to what a cross-section of citizens (chosen by ABC News) have to say as he takes their questions. ABC's Dr. Tim Johnson reports. * Real World: Cancun (10 pm/ET MTV ) Some viewers criticized last season for being a snoozer because it lacked the spicy moments (i.e., hot-tub hookups and beer-induced brawls) that we've come to expect on this perennial reality series. Well the bad behavior is definitely back in Season 22, which is set in the spring-break hot spot of Cancun, Mexico. In the opener, eight new strangers start getting to know each other while settling into their sweet luxury suite that's located in the popular ME Cancun resort. That's caliente! * The Philanthropist (10 pm/ET NBC) Charismatic James Purefoy, last seen in series television as Mark Antony in HBO 's acclaimed Rome , returns to the small screen playing yet another charismatic character in the opener of this glossy NBC drama. As Teddy Rist, billionaire playboy turned vigilante do-gooder, Purefoy leads a supporting cast of familiar faces, including Party of Five 's Neve Campbell, Law & Order 's Jesse L. Martin and The Wire 's Michael Kenneth Williams, on an unconventional quest to make the world a better place. * Tragic Side of Comedy (9 pm/ET BIO) Steve Martin said that comedy is not pretty, and many comedians have found that to be true. There is something sad and fascinating about the irony that those who makes us laugh often lead heartbreaking lives. This documentary explores that topic through profiles of prominent comics, including John Belushi, Chris Farley and Phil Hartman. Source Here

Season Finale Preview

Who will be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle? We find out as I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! wraps up its season tonight at 8pm on NBC. The competition kicked off with 10 celebrities, who were dropped in the heart of the Costa Rican jungle to compete in various challenges that test their survival skills in a contest that's voted on by viewers. After 23 days, we're now left with three contenders: Lou Diamond Phillips, John Salley and Torrie Wilson. It's not going to be easy to decide which celebrity will win the largest share of the prize for donation since America plays a big role on the verdict of who stays and who leaves. But before anything else, viewers will be able to relive the most memorable moments on I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here---and it's not exactly going to be all pleasant. "I think it's going to be an all-out battle, I'm sure," series executive producer Jayson Dinsmore told TV Guide. I can't wait until the claws come out for Heidi and Spencer. I'm sure they've got a few things to say. ... It will be full of fireworks." As hinted previously, Heidi and Spencer Pratt, who left the show on Day 8, are heading back to the jungle for tonight's finale. The controversial Hills couple has repeatedly attempted to quit the show, and then asked to return. During their second stint, Heidi was rushed to the hospital due to stomach illness, consequently ending the couple's run in I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here. On the other hand, the Pratts aren't the only ones returning for the finale as the rest of their fellow former castoffs will also be back. "It was such a roller coaster of a show that we felt like, to put the cherry on the icing, we needed to bring everyone back, so we get closure across the board," Dinsmore said. The first half of the finale will consist of a reunion dinner and "remembering the journey itself," Dinsmore explained. Subsequently, the winner will be crowned. Source Here

Ratings: Jon & Kate's Split Is a Record-Breaking Hit, and More

Some recent ratings highlights: * Jon & Kate plus 8 their big announcement on Monday drew a whopping audience of 10.6 million total viewers - setting a new all-time high for not only the hiatus-bound series but for TLC as a whole. Week-to-week, the series enjoyed a 365 percent gain. * I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! delivered its smallest Monday audience to date, just 4.3 mil. It all ends Wednesday! * The Season 2 launch of The Secret Life of The American Teenager spoke to 4.7 million viewers, making it the ABC Family series' most-watched episode to date. Make It or Break It held onto 2.5 mil of that audience. Next time, use more chalk powder? * On Sunday, HBO 's True Blood bit into 3.4 million viewers, a drop of just 300K from the season premiere. * On Saturday, NBC's Kings courted 1.94 mil (up 22 percent), CBS' Harper's Island gained 600K to hit 3.78 mil, and ABC's Eli Stone returned to an audience of 2.5 mil. Source Here

Stephen Baldwin Quits 'I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here,' Janice and Holly Eliminated

The jungle is spewing out celebrity after celebrity, as yet another star has decided to quit the competition. According to Access Hollywood, actor Stephen Baldwin has left the Costa Rica set of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! . While he was pegged as a favorite among the contestants, he could no longer stay in. Reasons for his departure have not yet been released, but we'll find out what really happened when the final week of the series begins. Stephen Baldwin, considered by many to be this season's frontrunner, has become the fourth contestant to flee the jungle for personal causes. He has also become the eighth to leave camp overall. It was after the elimination of Holly Montag and Janice Dickinson that the actor decided to go. On the last episode of I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, the votes were cast and those two ladies were finally out of the jungle. The NBC competition's co-host Damien Fahey first announced the Hills star's eviction after revealing the votes received by the others. "Are you kidding me! I definitely thought it was going to be me," said fellow contestant Janice Dickinson when her friend's fate was declared. Unfortunately for her, she suffered the same luck. "The second celebrity to leave the jungle tonight is... Janice," co-host Myleene Klass stated a little while later. It was then announced that voting lines were to be opened again, with the two celebrities who have the least votes to have a face-off Monday night. With Montag, Dickinson and Stephen Baldwin out of the competition, there are only five individuals vying for the title of Jungle King or Queen. The remaining contestants of I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here are Lou Diamond Phillips, John Salley, Sanjaya Malakar, Torrie Wilson and Patti Blagojevich. Don't miss I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here tonight on NBC. Source Here