Thursday April 26, 2018

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Cosby goes berserk moments after guilty verdict is read

Bill Cosby went berserk Thursday — just moments after he was convicted of sexual assault — as lawyers argued over whether he should be allowed ?to remain ?free on bail. “He has a plane,” District Attorney Kevin Steele told the judge. That’s when Cosby suddenly stood up and screamed, “He doesn’t have a plane, you a–hole!  More…

Bill Cosby found guilty of drugging, molesting woman 14 years ago

Nearly 14 years after Bill Cosby drugged and molested a woman 30 years his junior, a jury found him guilty Thursday of all charges in his sex assault retrial. The convicted actornow faces up to 10 years behind bars on each of the three counts of aggravated indecent assault.  More…

Bill Cosby’s lawyer falls asleep during testimony

As rapt jurors listened to the judge overseeing Bill Cosby’s sex assault retrial read back prior testimony, the entertainer’s lead lawyer snoozed in his chair.  More…

Kathie Lee Gifford wakes up at 2 a.m. daily without an alarm clock

Kathie Lee Gifford is a well-oiled machine who doesn’t need assistance waking up in the wee hours of the morning. Talking about her morning routine on the “Today” show on Tuesday, the TV legend revealed she’s the definition of an early riser — adding her days start at 2 a.m.  More…

Politician calls to revoke Natalie Portman’s Israeli citizenship

An Israeli politician blasted Jerusalem-born Natalie Portman for refusing to travel to Israel in June to accept the “Jewish Nobel” because of “recent events” — and called for her citizenship to be revoked.  More…

‘Good Morning America’ staffers ‘relieved’ over Lara Spencer’s slashed schedule

With diminished “Good Morning America” co-anchor Lara Spencer frantically trying to make it appear that her absence from the show is by choice — Page Six has learned that “relieved” show staffers are cheering her slashed schedule.  More…

‘Night Court’ star Harry Anderson dead at 65

“Night Court” star Harry Anderson died in North Carolina on Monday, police said. Cops found the 65-year-old TV actor dead in his home in Asheville at 6:41 a.m. and “no foul play is suspected.”  More…

Copperfield may be forced to reveal illusion secrets in multimillion-dollar injury case

He can’t make this just disappear. Magician David Copperfield is expected to testify as early as Friday in a multimillion-dollar injury case filed by an audience member who was left brain damaged by a Las Vegas illusion gone awry.  More…

Topless protester gets close to Bill Cosby as retrial begins

A topless protester with "Women’s Lives Matter" written on her body jumped a barricade and got within a few feet of Bill Cosby on Monday as the comedian walked into a suburban Philadelphia courthouse for the start of his sexual assault retrial.  More…

‘Unsafe to the community’: Facebook takes on pro-Trump Diamond and Silk

The hilarious duo of Diamond and Silk is a danger to society. That’s according to Facebook. The pro-Trump pair posted on the embattled social media platform on Friday night, saying after months of correspondence, they were deemed to be “unsafe to the community.”  More…

Tiger Woods’ Ex-GF Threatened Over NDA

Tiger Woods got his ex-girlfriend Kristin Smith to sign a non-disclosure agreement to make sure she kept her mouth shut about their nuclear breakup … but she wants out of their deal — and now they’re locked in a nasty legal war.  More… 

Roseanne helped John Goodman get sober

Ahead of their big revival premiere, Roseanne Barr and John Goodman recalled old times and discussed how Barr confronted her longtime co-star about his drinking problem during the original production of “Roseanne.”  More…

‘Roseanne’ Revival’s Huge Debut Stuns Hollywood, Prompts Soul-Searching

Roseanne made a triumphant return Tuesday night, blowing past projections with a 5.2 adults 18-49 rating and 18.2 million total viewers for the debut of its revival, which drew 10% more viewers than the original series finale 21 years ago.  More…

Stars are rewriting their wills to include CGI do’s and don’ts

Hollywood stars can now be digitally recreated so convincingly, that actors are reportedly specifying in their wills what they’ll permit their images to do — long after their death. “We can recreate dead actors,” Mike McGee, co-founder of the special effects company Framestore recently said.  More…

The time Steve Jobs didn’t even own a phone

The mastermind of the iPhone, Steve Jobs, did not even own a phone at all when he dropped out of college and was searching for a paying gig.  More…