Was he hoping she'd be in the running for Playmate of the Year 2030?
KELSEY GRAMMER hit up the Playboy Mansion Halloween party over the weekend with his 3-month-old daughter Faith.
TMZ says the baby was, quote, "tucked into her bassinet as the music blared" and Kelsey, quote, "whooped it up at a table next to PARIS HILTON just after midnight."
Playmate MELISSA MAY didn't think that was ok. She Tweeted, quote, "Why the [eff] does Kelsey Grammer have a newborn baby at the Mansion party!?!?!?"
No Surrogate for Kimmy!
The "National Enquirer" claims that Kim Kardashian's original plan was to use a surrogate mom in order to preserve the curves.
But she changed her mind after their romantic trip to Italy.
According to a source, Kim recently said, quote, "All I want now is to be Kanye's wife and the mother of his babies. I don't care WHAT it does to my figure!"
Wait...this ISN'T my house? It's TOM CRUISE'S place??
A neighbor of TOM CRUISE got drunk and climbed over the wall around Tom's house!
A 41-year-old Australian interior designer and reality TV star named Jason Sullivan has been staying at the home of Tom's manager, Kevin Huvane. Huvane's house is adjacent to Tom's.
Well, Sullivan went out Sunday night and got HAMMERED. When he was dropped off in the neighborhood early yesterday morning, he apparently mistook Tom's house for Kevin's.
He climbed the wall, where he was spotted by one of Tom's security guards, who told him to stop. But instead, Sullivan kept walking toward Tom's house, so the guard tased him. Twice.
Tom does NOT want to pursue charges against Sullivan, because he realizes the guy made a mistake. His lawyer says, quote, "Tom's not a vindictive guy. The guy was drunk. He didn't have a malicious intent."
What's YOUR favorite horror movie?
These are the top 10! Is yours on the list?
#1.) "The Shining", 1980
#2.) "Alien", 1979
#3.) "Shaun of the Dead", 2004
#4.) "Psycho", 1960
#5.) "Cloverfield", 2008
#6.) "Zombieland", 2009
#7.) "Saw", 2004
#8.) "The Exorcist", 1973
#9.) "28 Days Later", 2002
#10.) "Sweeney Todd", 2007
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