1. Mel B’s nanny says Mel B seduced her into threesomes for 7 years

Former nanny Lorraine Gillies says Mel B would invite her to have threesome with her and husband Stephen Belafonte, and that Mel B would often film them.

Gilles’ lawyers filed court documents Friday saying that Mel B’s husband was not present during most sexual encounters, and that they did not have sex without Mel B’s knowledge or participation.

Gilles is saying Mel B’s court papers defamed her.

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2. Jennifer Lopez spoke of first meeting Alex Rodriguez during an interview on “The Ellen Degeneres Show”

J Lo said to Ellen:
“It’s very simple. I was having lunch somewhere and I saw him and he passed by,”

“I saw him walk by and afterwards I went outside, but for some reason I felt like tapping him on the shoulder and said, ‘Hi, Alex.’ And he’s like, ‘Hi, Jennifer.’ And I was like, ‘Yeah.’ And then that was it,”

At that point the two turned their brief run-in into a dinner date, but J Lo was clear that it didn’t end in a sleep over, saying: “Mama, don’t sleep over on the first date,”

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3. Amanda Bynes is back on Twitter

The actress tweeted for her first time since February 15th, sharing a picture of herself smelling flowers and the caption:
“Stopping to smell the flowers on a gorgeous Sunday!”

She had kept a low profile on the platform since alleging that someone had been impersonating her, writing:
“I am not @persianla27. I am not getting married and I am not pregnant. I don’t understand why twitter won’t take @persianla27 down,”

While the account is still active, it is private.

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4. Christie Brinkley didn’t know what an Instagram model is

Brinkley said to Page Six while at Harper’s Bazaar 150th anniversary event:
“Instagram models… I do not even know what that means,”

But upon a quick explanation, she then went on to say:
“Oh, if that means that they can get jobs, then good for them. I think it is great if they have an opportunity to find another way to get noticed. If social media is out there, why not put it to good use?”

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5. Megyn Kelly is set for a June debut with NBC

NBC Network insider told Page Six:
“She will start in May, and her Sunday show will premiere in June,”

She will be joining Kate Snow as part of NBC News’ Sunday night programming.

However, Megyn Kelly’s weekday show is apparently still scrambling to find a staff. A source said:
“It’s a very real problem. There’s no staff in place. They have no idea what they’re going to do with Megyn. Ideas range from talk show to studio audience to news show. It’s a problem,”

Although another NBC insider told Page Six:
“Megyn’s morning show is almost entirely staffed — and it doesn’t air for another five months. They just haven’t announced anybody.”

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6. Cheerleading has apparently become a billion dollar business

Roughly 4 million students, from elementary school to college, now participate in cheerleading, and its revenue is estimated at more than $2 billion a year.

Currently, the national championships are aired on ESPN, and there’s even talk of turning it into an Olympic sport in 2020.

The 2017 World Cheerleading Championships which will take place at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando is expected to have 2,500 participants from 70 countries.

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7. American Airlines passenger explains defending the mom who was hit was a stroller

Tom Fierro, the passenger who defended the mom hit by a stoller said he was encouraged to say something because her baby was in harm’s way.

Fierro said of the incident:
“A baby almost got hurt. That’s what just fired me up, so that was it….I don’t want to make a big deal about it.”

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