THE SITUATION CALLED POLICE ON BROTHER WHO WAS DELIVERING PRESENTS
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino had is dealing with some family drama. The “Jersey Shore” star reportedly called the police on his brother Frank “Maximo” Sorrentino on Tuesday night.
Apparently, Frank was there to drop off gifts for Mike’s three-month-old son Romeo Reign. He rang the doorbell a bunch of times, before giving up and hanging the presents on the doorknob. But police arrived right as he was leaving, warning him not to visit his brother uninvited before letting him go.
What gives? Mike previously filed harassment claims against his brother, most recently in July. He doesn’t want Frank arrested or anything, he just wants a head up before he shows up to his place from now on. That’s not Frank’s story, who tells TMZ there’s nothing going on between them.
HARRY STYLES GIVES DATING ADVICE DURING CONCERT
Harry Styles fans hang on every word he says, and apparently now some are even taking dating advice from him. Harry’s words of wisdom came during a stop on his recent “Love On Tour” show when a fan held up a sign that read “Should I text him?”
Well, the sign caught Harry’s eye, prompting him to pause the concert so he could respond. “I have a question: Is he nice to you?," adding, “In my opinion. If you should [text him], this isn’t even a question.”
He then noted, “If you’re wondering if we’re playing games? If you’re wondering, should I text him? Should I not text him?” adding, “Can’t text him too soon. And now I’m thinking about double texting, that’s a whole risky business … It’s a whole thing.”
Finally, he noted, “My personal opinion is that if there’s any sort of games, trash! Trash! Trash! Not for you!”
BRITNEY SPEARS FIANCÉ BLASTS NETFLIX DOC
As I told you, Netflix debuted the trailer for their upcoming Britney Spears documentary “Britney vs. Spears” and her fiancé Sam Asghari is not happy about it.
"I hope the profit from these docs go towards fighting against injustice #freebritney," Asghari wrote on Netflix's post sharing the teaser.
And he wasn’t the only one upset. Lady Gaga’s manager Bobby Campbell commented, "How much money is being made by third parties from this documentary leveraging Britney's personal story and its value in the media?" adding, "There needs to be transparency about how or whether the filmmakers are profiting from this doc …Even if it is in support of freeing Britney, this appears that it could be exploitative."
And Sam was all for the comment, responding with a “ a "100" emoji.”
"Britney vs. Spears” debuts September 28th.