Los Angeles, Jan 6 (IANS) Reality TV stars Kim Kardashian and her younger sister Khloe Kardashian are reportedly disappointed with the relationship of their elder sister Kourtney Kardashian’s former partner Scott Disick with another girl named Lina Sandberg.
“Khloe and Kim know about it and are pi**ed off because they are overprotective of Kourtney,” eonline.com quoted a source as saying.
“None of them are taking it very seriously because it’s just another random girl that Scott is seen running around with.
“He’s made it apparent that he’s still not over Kourtney and would drop any chick if Kourtney decided to take him back,” the source added.
Taylor Swift, Calvin Harris ‘not living together’
Singer Taylor Swift and Scottish DJ Calvin Harris are not living together, a spokesperson for “Bad blood” hitmaker has confirmed.
On Monday, a report claimed that the duo had moved into the Harris’s home, but a spokesperson for Swift has revealed that “they are absolutely not living together”, reports people.com.
Over the holidays, the couple spent time with Swift’s family in Vail, Colorado, where they built a snowman with the singer’s younger brother Austin.
On New Year’s Eve, Swift was spotted cheering her boyfriend while he performed at Omnia nightclub in Las Vegas.
“They are happy and in no rush to settle down,” added another source.
On the work front, Swift, who received seven Grammy Award nominations for her “1989″ album, released her new “Out of the woods” video on “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” hosted by Ryan Seacrest last week.
Michael Weatherly to leave ‘NCIS’ after 13 years
Actor Michael Weatherly, one of the original stars on the popular police procedural drama TV series “NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service”, is leaving the show after 13 years, CBS has announced.
“After 13 years on ‘NCIS’, Michael Weatherly is leaving the show at the end of this season,” read a statement released by the network, reports aceshowbiz.com.
“He is a valued part of the CBS family, and the immense charm and talent he brings to the screen as ‘Very’ Special Agent Tony DiNozzo has helped make ‘NCIS’ what it is today – the number one drama in the world.
“We thank Michael for all of his contributions to this successful franchise and look forward to continuing to develop projects with him as part of our ongoing development deal,” the statement further said.
Weatherly also took to Twitter to confirm his departure from the show.
He wrote: “DiNozzo is a wonderful, quixotic character and I couldn’t have had more fun playing him over the past 13 seasons. Les Moonves and CBS gave me the opportunity of a lifetime. I will miss the amazing crew and cast, who are like family to me, and to the fans all over the world – Thank You, it’s been a fantastic ride.”
Weatherly has been on the show since the first episode.
Alexander Skarsgard, James Tupper join ‘Big Little Lies’
Actors Alexander Skarsgard and James Tupper will be joining Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman in the upcoming series “Big Little Lies”.
Previously announced stars for the series include Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Adam Scott, Zoe Kravitz and Kathryn Newton.
Based on author Liane Moriarty’s eponymous 2014 novel, “Big Little Lies” is a darkly comic drama centring on three mothers (Witherspoon, Kidman, Dern) of first graders whose apparently perfect lives unravel to the point of murder, reports variety.com.
Skarsgard will play Kidman’s husband, Perry, a successful businessman, loving father and devoted husband. Tupper will play Witherspoon’s former husband, who is now married to a young yoga instructor (Kravitz) and faces the challenges of co-parenting a teenage daughter (Newton) with his former wife.
Kidman is playing Celeste, who is the envy of her peers as she seems to have it all.
Witherspoon is playing Madeline, who is married to Ed (played by Scott) and is described as a whirlwind of energy with good intentions and compulsion to set things right, which has unintended consequences. Dern will portray Renata, a powerful career woman and anti-bullying crusader who is at the centre of schoolyard politics. Woodley will play Jane, a single mom of modest means and a mysterious past.
A premiere date for the series is yet to be announced.