Kris Humphries swore under oath yesterday that Myla Sinanaj, who he was rumored to have dated, was just a friend. Kris was deposed by Kim Kardashian’s legal team. He was also asked about his allegation that Kim defrauded him into marrying her for the sake of ratings. He didn’t offer any specific evidence of fraud. Sources close to him say he doesn’t want to disclose any evidence before the trial.
Katy Perry was on “Nightline” yesterday, talking about her divorce and why she wanted to deal with it in her new movie. Hear what she said in today’s Dirt.
If Hoda Kotb replaces Ann Curry on the “Today” show, that could mean that Kathie Lee Gifford will be looking for a new co-host. RadarOnline says that Regis Philbin is in talks to take Hoda’s place. Last week, Regis filled in for Hoda. Word is that NBC executives love him and think he would be the natural choice to replace Hoda.
Adam Levine says that he was initially so worried about “Moves Like Jagger,” he wasn’t able to sleep. He wasn’t sure if it was a good idea to proclaim to the world that he has moves like Jagger. Maroon 5′s new album, Overexposed, is out today, but Adam says it doesn’t have any songs that he expects to have the impact of “Moves Like Jagger.” He says, “There are only a few bizarre cultural moments that you’re going to have. We only want one ‘Macarena.’ ”
Yesterday a picture popped up online showing 11-year-old Willow Smith with a tongue piercing. But it turns out it’s fake. It was just a magnet.
Billy Ray Cyrus will make his Broadway debut in Chicago for a seven-week run beginning November 5th. He’s going to play Billy Flynn, the lawyer who defends Velma and Roxie Hart.
R. Kelly shares the story of his first meeting with Michael Jackson in his memoir, “Soulacoaster: The Diary of Me.” He says he picked up Chinese food before the meeting and struggled over how to offer it to Michael. He says, “I was so nervous that I started practicing in front of the food. Would I say, ‘Mike, would you like some Chinese food?’ Or, ‘Mike, want some of this, man?’ Or, maybe it’d be better to say, ‘If you’re in the mood for some Chinese food, Michael, you’re welcome to it.’” The power of awe. “Soulacoaster: The Diary of Me” comes out this Thursday.