Peter Robbins (59) the man— who as a child voiced the Charlie Brown in the animated TV specials was sentenced in San Diego yesterday to more than four years in prison for making threats, including one against the local sheriff, authorities said. It was 1965 and Peter Robbins was 9 when he became the voice of Charlie Brown…. His sentencing comes a month after the theatrical debut of “The Peanuts Movie,” which has made over $134 million at theaters worldwide…
Gwyneth Paltrow’s goop pop-up store in New York has been targeted by thieves, who escaped with more than $173,000 worth of merchandise on Saturday. The actress opened the temporary shop, titled goop mrkt, in Manhattan’s Columbus Circle last month and has blogged about it on her lifestyle site goop.com. It appears thieves were attracted to the designer goods and other luxury items. Authorities have yet to name any suspects or make any arrests.
SAINT WEST was born on Dec. 5th – 8 pounds, 1 ounce (big kid for 4 weeks early)…. Kim Kardashian-West took to twitter to announced the little princes name….
And just in case you missed it yesterday.…Taylor Swift and The Weeknd are among the nominee leaders for The 58TH Annual GRAMMY Awards! Kendrick Lamar leads all nominees with 11, while Taylor and The Weeknd each secured 7 nominations apiece! Drake, Justin Bieber, and of course The Weeknd lead the way for nominated Canadians. The 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards on Monday, February 15th at 8pm et/pt on City!
A shortlist of candidates chosen by TIME magazine’s editors for the 2015 Person of the Year was revealed on NBC’s TODAY show yesterday. The 2015 Person of the Year will be unveiled on Wednesday morning. The list includes eight contenders. TIME selects from a wide range of categories, including Politicians, Celebrities, and anyone (or group), who was newsworthy in 2015. The list this year really only includes 1.5 celebrities. Caitlyn Jenner being one, and Donald Trump being the .5
MORGAN FREEMAN’S private jet skidded off the runway during an emergency landing at an airport in northern Mississippi on Saturday. But he will NOT die. It blew a tire during takeoff. Then there was an issue with the hydraulics once it was in the air, and it overshot the end of the runway at another airport about 30 miles away. Morgan is actually a trained pilot, but wasn’t flying. He said in a statement that, quote, “A tire blew on takeoff, which caused other problems. But thanks to my excellent pilot, we landed safely without a scratch. I cannot say the same about my plane.”