Another week, another New York baseball team angry with Lady Gaga.
After giving the one-finger salute at a Mets game on June 10, Gaga put on a different display of bad behavior at Yankee Stadium on Friday night.
According to the New York Post, Lady Gaga snuck her way into the team’s clubhouse and team co-owner Hal Steinbrenner informed Yankee Stadium executives that Lady Gaga is permanently banned from the team's clubhouse after “boozy antics,” which included “swigging whiskey and repeatedly fondling her boobs,” according to the paper.
Gaga, who was clad in fishnet stockings, a bikini bottom and bra with a Yankees jersey thrown on for good measure, reportedly snuck into the clubhouse with two girlfriends after the game. There, she met Alex Rodriguez, Robinson Cano and four other players, and that’s when “boozy antics” ensued.
Gaga, a self-described lifelong Yankees fan, has made no comment about her behavior, or the alleged ban from the clubhouse.
‘Housewives,’ ‘Matchmaker’ come togetherIt’s a marriage of two fantastic franchises: Albie and Christopher, the sons of “Real Housewives of New Jersey” wife Caroline Manzo are going to appear on “Millionaire Matchmaker.”
Granted, the sons may or may not be millionaires, but in this case, it helps to have friends in high places. Caroline and the matchmaker herself, Patti Stanger, are said to be old friends. This fourth season of “Matchmaker” takes place in New York and New Jersey — no official premiere date has been set.
Jason Bateman still hopeful about ‘Arrested’Jason Bateman is still hopeful about an “Arrested Development” movie, despite the fact that he hasn’t heard whether the project will ever happen.
“Any time we’re asked about it, we try to respond honestly,” Bateman said from the Webby Awards red carpet on June 14. “And, honestly there’s nothing new to say. Hopefully, it will happen.”
Meanwhile, he’s partnered with his “Arrested Development” co-star Will Arnett, to create digital production company DumbDumb. Though it may be a business venture (their first video was an ad for Orbits gum), Bateman said that working with Arnett is really just an excuse to hang out. “He and I are really tight friends, and the fact that we can have some of that humor be monetized, we feel kind of guilty,” he said.
Weekend box office goes to infinity and beyond
“Toy Story 3” had a phenomenal weekend, bringing in $109 million in the United States and Canada. Granted, a lot of this has to do with 3-D premiums (getting tired of that refrain yet?). However, a premium alone isn’t going to bring in that much cash; the movie has to be good too. For a series that’s not based on a series of books, this is a huge accomplishment. Well done, Disney Pixar.
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