Despite rumors weeks ago that they split, Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick are still together.
They were spotted on Santa Monica Boulevard about to grab some sushi.
Kourtney looked glam in a nice dress that complemented her body and Scott.....you have to Love Scott's fashion. Seriously. He has that whole 80's bad guy preppy look going on. But it's not an act. He dresses like it all the time. Making him the perfect villain for those who do not agree with him, which it seems is a majority of you.
Keep going Scott. Just like the Doc, it's only when they stop talking about you that you should worry.-Dr.FB
While out in West Hollywood last night, I saw a pretty hot girl about to get into a Range Rover in front of a sushi place and who was getting into the drivers seat but Jeremy Piven!
Wait...wasn't there some deal of him having bad sushi in New York or something that made him drop out of the play? Jeremy, what's going on my man?-Dr.FB
Actor Jeremy Piven was driven to tears during a New York Times interview where he discussed the mercury poisoning caused by "20 years" of eating fish that forced him to drop out of the Broadway play, Speed-the-Plow. Here is an excerpt:
At a closed-door hearing of the Actors’ Equity Association and the Broadway League on Thursday, Jeremy Piven convinced a group of fellow actors that he did not violate his contractual obligations when he dropped out of the Broadway play “Speed-the-Plow” in December, thereby avoiding potential penalties for a high-profile departure that he attributed to mercury poisoning.
In an interview at The Times’s offices after the hearing, Mr. Piven, the Emmy-winning star of HBO’s “Entourage,” twice broke down in tears as he described a health scare that he said made him exhausted and disoriented during some performances of the play and ultimately left him fearing for his life.
With a publicist seated next to him, Mr. Piven at one point cited the Obama administration’s warning about mercury pollution as a grave threat, and at another point quoted the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – “no lie can last forever” — in expressing confidence that his reputation would survive the attack from the producers.