Former actor Gigi Goyette says she, too, had an affair with Maria Shriver's hub, Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has admitted having fathered a child with an adulterous lover, his maid of 20 years, Mildred "Patty" Baena. "I am very sorry for the mistakes I made in the past and for being intimate with your husband," Gigi relays to Shriver on the TV show Extra. Rumors about Gigi and Arnold surfaced shortly before he ran to become California's governor.
Arnold's lawyer says GG is just out for money.
Patty's dalliance with the Governator came as a shock to her ex-hub, Rogelio Baena, who always considered the boy, now 13, to be his own. Baena tells Entertainment Tonight he feels "betrayed" by Arnold, whom he once considered a true "hero." And he gives his son a message: "I am your father. That's all."
In other fallout, the National Fitness Hall of Fame in Sycamore, Ill., says it may eject Arnold, who was inducted in '05 for his contribution to bodybuilding.
Famous-for-being-famous gal Kim Kardashian has confirmed that she and New Jersey Nets forward Kris Humphries shall wed, making sacred their six-month bond.
It happened May 18, she tells People mag: She was minding her business one night when she found Kris waiting in her bedroom. He was on bended knee.
He had used red rose petals to write, "WILL YOU MARRY ME?" (Who cleaned up, we wonder. Wilting roses between the sheets? Yuck!) "I didn't expect this at all," Kim, 30, says. "I was in such shock."
Kris sweetened the deal with a 20.5-carat Lorraine Schwartz diamond monstrosity.
Ed Schultz has been suspended from his MSNBC show for referring to radio host Laura Ingraham as a "right-wing slut" and a "talk slut" on his syndicated radio show Tuesday. In a statement Wednesday, the cable channel said: "MSNBC management met with Ed Schultz this afternoon and accepted his offer to take one week of unpaid leave for the remarks he made on his radio program. Ed will address these remarks on his show tonight, and immediately following begin his leave. Remarks of this nature are unacceptable and will not be tolerated." Before his show Wednesday, Schultz apologized for his "vile" words and said he had embarrassed his family and coworkers. He said he tried to reach Ingraham to apologize personally but was unable. On her Facebook wall earlier, Ingraham said: "First, I was surprised to learn that Ed Schultz actually hosted a radio show. Is it only available online?"
Reality-show star and Hugh Hefner survivor Kendra Wilkinson has survived - nay, triumphed! - over another vile enemy intent on ruining her Playboy figure: Her baby boy Hank Baskett IV (son of former Eagles player Hank Baskett), who emerged on Dec. 11, 2009, after adding untold pounds to her otherwise immaculate body.
Kendra tells Life & Style she has finally rid herself of 60 pounds of baby weight. "I feel like I look so much better than I used to!" the Dancing With the Stars rejectee says. "I was a size 2 or 4 before Dancing With the Stars and now I'm a size 0. My waist is still shrinking!" A negative waistline! Adds Kendra, "I hope I'll look like this forever."
Someone call the mummification expert!
If there's anything missing from our nation, it's more products named after Carmen Electra. So it's with a glad heart we introduce the new fashion-forward footwear, Bombshell, a platform pump designed by Ms. Electra as part of ShoeDazzle's Celebrity Shoe Design Program for Charity initiative. Every penny of the profits will go to Carmen's charity, One Voice (www.onevoice-la.org), which helps impoverished Lalaland-area families.
Christopher Meloni, 50, who came onboard Dick Wolf's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 1999, is leaving the show. Variety says Meloni, who played Detective Elliot Stabler, was unable to come to a contract agreement with NBC.
American Idol's Tuesday episode, which featured final performances from Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina, drew about 20 million viewers, USA Today reports. Voters created a new record for Idol - more than 122 million, or some 6.1 votes per viewer.
Glee's Jane Lynch is in talks with NBC to host the Emmy Awards on Sept. 18. Jimmy Fallon did the honors last year.
Adele's tyrannical rule atop the Billboard album charts continues: Her CD, 21, is at No. 1 for a ninth nonconsecutive week, selling 138,000 units, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
. . . a phenomenal man. "It's phenomenal," NFL-seasoned dancer Hines Ward said Tuesday night after winning the greatest life-test evolution has ever conceived, on ABC's Dancing With the Stars with dance partner and former winner Kym Johnson
"I'm not going to apologize for winning ," Ward said.
Ward, who helped the Pittsburgh Steelers win two Super Bowls, and was voted the MVP in Super Bowl XL in '06, tells E!News he will put the trophy "next to my Super Bowl MVP trophy." Asked which he will prize more, Hines said, "I don't think you can really compare the two. They are equally important to me. They mean different things."
Ashley Hebert learned about all things toothy at Penn Dental School. She learned about love at the University of Hard Knocks. It's been tough: Ashley, 26, had her heart broken - right on TV! - by Bachelor cad Brad Womack. She had already been hurt: Her onetime love, Joe Olszewski, died before shooting began.
Ashley tells Life & Style she's given herself a personality makeover for her new show, The Bachelorette. She's had to learn to open up to love again. "I said to myself, 'If I keep acting so protectively, I'll never allow myself to fall in love,' " she says.
Lady Gaga isn't one of those ungrateful showbiz slobs who hates their fans. She wants to give all of her Being, every drop of her GaGaNess, to her followers, she tells Rolling Stone. "We have this umbilical cord that I don't want to cut, ever," she says of her fan-connect. "I don't feel that they suck me dry. . . . They are part of my person."