On tonight’s episode of ‘Teen Mom 2,’ Chelsea tries in vain to save her little dog Frankie from the neighbor’s husky, and Leah and Jenelle both find new places to live. Meanwhile, Kailyn is still reeling from her mom’s surprise visit — read on for the full recap.
Teen Mom 2 star Chelsea Houska is not only the mom to little Aubree, 2 — she also has two dogs: a French bulldog named Frankie, and a pug named Pixie. But on the Jan. 14 episode, tragedy strikes the Houska household.
Chelsea’s Dog Frankie Becomes Neighborhood Husky’s Chew Toy
Chelsea reveals that he hasn’t talked to baby daddy Adam Lind in a few weeks, even though their daughter Aubree has been hanging out with Adam’s parents. But Chelsea insists that she doesn’t even have time to deal with her personal drama — she needs to take her final GED practice test, and this one is in math!
Chelsea is running late (again) for her GED, so she lets her dogs Frankie and Pixie out real quick before she has to leave, and it getting frustrated that they won’t come int. She frantically looks for Frankie, but can’t find him anywhere –until she pots him in the neighbor’s yard, being chewed on by their huge husky!
Terrified, Chelsea calls the police because she doesn’t know what to do, and they tell her they can’t be of much help. At this point, the GED is completely out of the question as Chelsea has her melt down.
“Every time I go to my test something happens,” Chelsea cries to her dad Randy, who is as sympathetic as he can be — but agrees with the husky owner that if Frankie would have been on a leash, he would still be alive.
Randy also points out that it could have been Aubree in that yard instead of the dog — and she is so lucky it wasn’t.
But things turn around for Chelsea when she finally takes her GED a few days later and passes! With Adam and boy drama completely out of her life, Chelsea’s mom says she’s on the right path. We hope so!
Jenelle Moves In With Friend Ashley
After breaking up with her boyfriend of a couple weeks Josh, Jenelle Evansdecides to move in with her friend Ashley and Ashley’s son Brantley. For whatever reason, Jenelle thinks this will be a good move for her and look favorably in the courts — two single teen moms without jobs living together with their toddler children.
In another genius move, Jenelle skips class again to go look at houses with Ashley. They find one they fall in love with, with enough space and reasonable rent, and they get approved for it in no time — one big step in the right direction!
Jenelle thinks it will be a good place to have her son Jace, 2, over a lot, and thinks having more independence from her mom will be a better environment for Jace. And surprisingly, her mom Barbara likes the house and helps her move in!
Everything seems to be going well for Jenelle, until she decides that she needs to quit school because it’s too hard right now to juggle moving in, getting ler legal issues in order and also going to class. Per her reasoning, it makes more sense to drop out than fail her classes. Baby steps, I guess.
Babs is not pleased. But, it doesn’t result in a knock-down, drag-out fight, so that’s progress.
Kailyn Is Livid Over Her Mom’s Surprise Visit To Baby Isaac
After spending a weekend in Texas with her sister and cousin, Kailyn Lowry is back home in Pennsylvania and can’t wait to see little Isaac, whom she missed so much! But when she pics up Isaac from baby daddy Jo‘s house, she finds out that her mom — whom she hasn’t spoken to in a year — stopped by Jo’s house to see her grandson, without telling or asking Kailyn for permission.
Much to Kailyn’s dismay, Jo allowed the visit — and Kailyn does not think that’s OK. When she hangs out with her friend Mark later, Kailyn reveals why she is so upset over the situation — and decides to call her mom to confront the drama head-on.
But the conversation does not go well. After hanging up twice, her mom finally says she thinks it’s her right as grandmother to see Isaac, and Kailyn inssits that it’s her right as his mom to dictate who her son does and doesn’t see — and it’s not fair that she breezes in and out of his life.
She cries to mark that it’s not setting up a good example for her son, because she doesn’t want him to get the wrong idea and expect his grandma to be in his life when she knows he won’t be. So Kailyn really starts contemplating moving to Texas to be with real family.
The only problem? She would have to tear Isaac away from Jo.
When Kailyn brings up the idea to Jo, he is incredibly angry. He insists that once again, his son needs a father in his life, as well as Jo’s family, who has been nothing but supportive of Isaac his entire life. Kailyn finally sees where Jo is coming from, and it doesn’t look like a Southwest move is in the plans.
Leah Goes House Hunting With Ali & Aleeah
Leah Messer and her boyfriend Jeremy reconnect over a date, and decide they are in their relationship for the long haul. They are both completely smitten — even though Jeremy works as a pipeline engineer on location far away during the work week. But they know they can make their relationship work.
Meanwhile, back at Corey’s house, he confides in his friend Austin that he and Leah discussed getting back together, but she said he needs to prove he wants to be with her. Even though Corey thought about it, he finally decided that he doesn’t want to risk getting hurt again — and he’s moving on once and for all.
After another dinner date with Jeremy, Leah decides she wants to move, so she goes house hunting with her mom. They find a perfect four-bedroom house with lots of room for her twins Ali and Aleeah, and a cheap rent for only $725 a month. Leah wants to move in right away!
She tells Jeremy the good news over the phone, and it sounds like the four of them can live a happy-ever-after life in their new crib! We’ll just have to wait and see how fast their relationship moves.
Mindy’s live-in boyfriend and ‘soul mate,’ David Wilson, was found shot in their Arkansas home on Jan. 13. So sad.
Troubled country singerMindy McCready has faced the devastation of losing her “soul mate,” as her live-in boyfriend and father of her youngest child, David Wilson, was found shot by a self-inflicted gunshot wound in their Heber Springs, Arkansas home on Jan. 13, before dying shortly after being transported to a local hospital.
The Cleburne County Sheriff’s department confirmed to the Daily Mail that police and emergency services responded to a call at approximately 6:15pm, though it remains unclear who made the call. David, 34, was transported to the nearby Baptist Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 8:00pm. No criminal charges have been filed, but the investigation is far from over.
Mindy McCready’s Statement On David Wilson’s Passing
Mindy, 37, released a statement regarding David’s passing, saying, “Today, we mourn the loss of my life partner and my children’s father, David Wilson. David was my soulmate; he was a caregiver and guiding hand to our sons, Zander and Zayne. He was a precious gift from God to all of us and, yesterday, he returned home and is now with his mother and father. David loved and he was loved. Those who knew and loved him will miss him; those who did not know David missed the opportunity to know a truly loving and gifted man.”
The couple had been together for around two years. David is the father of Zayne, Mindy’s nine-month old son. Her older son Zander’s father is country singer Billy McKnight.
Mindy’s Prior Troubles
Mindy’s life has been troubled for quite some time now. After her music career began to fade in the late 1990s, she began to struggle with drug addiction and arrests. In 2005 and 2008, she was hospitalized for attempted suicide, and, in 2010, she was taken to the hospital for a drug overdose.
Our thoughts go out to Mindy and David’s family and friends during this difficult time of loss, especially their young son Zayne.
On Jan. 14, a new pic of the heartthrob appeared on the Internet, catching him shirtless, wearing sunglasses and getting a new tattoo on the right side of his chest. How many does this make now, Justin?
It’s clear that Justin, 18, is trying to get the attention of Selena, 20, but could it be too late for him? After Selena was caught flirting with Josh, 20, in Beverly Hills on Golden Globes night, it seems like the former Disney star is ready to move on from the drama that’s enveloped her relationship with Justin for the past few months.
Selena Gomez’s Flirtation With Josh Hutcherson
As previously reported, an eyewitness source revealed to HollywoodLife.com, "She was dancing and flirting with Josh. [Vanessa Hudgens, Josh's ex] was there to witness it. Selena was dancing and having lots of fun and flirting with Josh."
Vanessa, who has a sexy new boyfriend in Austin Butler, has been a shoulder for Selena to lean on during her break-up after the two became close while filming Spring Breakers.
"Vanessa needed to go to the bathroom and asked me where the restroom was, and I told them both [Vanessa & Selena] and they went," our insider said. "Josh followed them, and Selena and Josh left the Beverly Hilton together. Justin is in no way on her mind whatsoever."
Do you think it’s too late for Justin to catch Selena’s attention, HollywoodLifers?
Well get to that drama in a minute but before we do, let’s break down what all happens prior to Brandi’s meltdown.
The new episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which aired on Jan. 14, begins with Kim Richards as she meets with her life coach and discusses her turbulent relationship with with her sister Kyle, specifically comments Kyle made about Kim in the first season.
You recall the season one finale where the sisters were in a heated argument in the back of a limousine and Kim lashes out at Kyle, saying “You stole my house,” to which Kyle said, “That’s a lie” and added “You’re an alcoholic.” Kim apparently is still hurt over those comments and is trying to repair she and Kyle’s damaged relationship.
On the other side of town, matriarch Lisa Vanderpump comes home after a hard days work and walks into a huge surprise that her sexy husband Ken Todd has personally made for with his own hands.
What Was Lisa’s Surprise?
Ken surprises Lisa with a handmade, pink swing covered in roses and paired with a pink chair for their dog Giggy The Pom. It was the couple’s 30th wedding anniversary and Ken says that when they first got married, they had a swing set in their backyard and he used to push her and watch her swing. In memory of 30 long years together, he recreated their special moment and it caught Lisa by complete surprise.
Now For The Drama
Taylor Armstrong had a mini meltdown at a Moroccan restaurant where the ladies of the 90210 dined. She began crying when she talked about dating. Taylor is not over the death of her ex-husband Russell Armstrong, who killed himself in 2011 after it publicly came out he physically abused Taylor.
Meanwhile, a fight between Brandi and Kyle’s husband Mauricio Umansky breaks out after Mauricio suggests Brandi said whatever it was she said about Adrienne Maloof simply to perpetuate gossip and cause drama.
Brandi looses it and lashes out at him, saying, “It’s about my kids and it’s about my life, before she added, “Go f**k yourself.”
Whoa! You’ve got to see this explosion and luckily we’ve got a piece of the video below.
Chime in HollywoodLifers. Do you think Adrienne is trying to scare Brandi by slapping her with a lawsuit?
– Eric Ray
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Don’t break his heart, his achy breaky heart. Sean puts his contestants through their paces in a themed photo competition with the prize of appearing on one of three Harlequin romance cover novels with him. That’s not random — not random at all.
Sean Lowe made his second appearance on The Bachelor on Jan. 14, and it was pistols at dawn for the ladies who are trying to win his heart, as they dressed up as cowboys, vampires and prom queens to compete for a rose. The episode began with Sean selecting Sarah for a private date with a helicopter and a bungee jump — what’s wrong with dinner and a movie? Of course the other girls oozed with jealousy as they fake laughed and and made “awwww” noises. You could cut the tension in that room with a knife.
Sean and Sarah’s Bungee Jump
Dramatic music swelled as Sean and Sarah got cozy in the helicopter, and Sarah proved her devotion to Sean when she bungee jumped down the side of a building with him. Nothing says love than plummeting from a dizzying height to a bottle of champagne. Sarah is making a big impression on Sean so far — she looks set to be a big competitor this year. Sarah went on to tell him an emotional story from her past, and she has now got Sean in the palm of her hand. Even I felt myself getting mushy when Sarah said, “Sean is my perfect man.” And Sarah gets a rose!
My mushiness turned to sickness however when Sarah said she is falling in love with Sean — it’s only been one week!
The Ladies Get Competitive
The next date is a group date for 12 girls, as name after name is called out. Why not just invite everyone, Sean? Once again, Tierra shows her true colors by saying, “I gotta kick some butt!” As they say, all is fair in love and war! The girls are taken to a sprawling Beverly Hills mansion for a photo shoot, where Kacie decided to state the obvious when she said, “A lot of girls means a lot of drama.” She got that right!
The girls are competing for three REAL — really? — Harlequin romance novels covers that will be sold all over America — because there is no greater measure of love than what you see on The Bachelor. And season 17′s villain Tierra continued to rub her competitors the wrong way, by acting nice to Sean and mean to the girls. Quelle surprise! She then said she will be “agressive” if that’s what it takes to win — no shock there!
Sean got to see Leslie‘s sexy side, as she upped her A game by KISSING him on the lips! The only thing missing from the explosive photo shoot was Tyra Banks and her dramatic pauses. Kristy was crowned the winner, and holes were literally burned in her dress by the other girls’ death stares. OK, well not literally.
Sean’s Dates Continued
During a romantic poolside date, Leslie admits that she is truthfully on the show to “find love”. Well, that’s why everyone is there. I mean why on earth would anyone else go on the show? She then blows her chance of getting a rose by talking nervously instead of kissing Sean. The moment was perfect, you fool! However, she redeems herself by taking a chance and kissing Sean. Hooray!
Other highlights: Kacie moves from “friend zone” to “love interest zone” (and gets a rose in the process!), Sean and rumored fiance Catherine eat some vegan food, and Sean confronts Tierra for her unfriendly ways. However, once again she pulls the wool over his eyes and convinces him she is a nice person. Wake up and smell the roses Sean! (Pardon the pun).
Sean Pranks Desiree
Sean invited Desiree for his second private date, and he and Chris Harrison decide to play a prank on her! They organize for a “priceless” piece of art to fall and break while she is alone in a room with it, and the girl manages to keep her cool like a pro. Desiree’s sense of humor while a crazy fake artist yells at her garners her an invite back to Sean’s place. Nice work, Desiree!
While there, they gushed about their parents’ romances and how cute they are — somehow I guess neither of their parents met on a televised dating show. But their date was sweet — Desiree is another contestant who I see in the show for the long haul. The cute couple have some sexy time in the pool, AND SEAN TAKES HIS SHIRT OFF! I believe it is written into Sean’s contract that he must be shirtless a minimum of seven times an episode. And in a game changing twist, Desiree is hesitant to accept the rose after the prank. Sean is lost for words, but she eventually accepts. Good for her making him work for it!
Once again, Sean decides he “could see this girl as my wife.” Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Sean Eliminates Even More Contestants
Katie decides to leave the show as she felt “uncomfortable”. If you can’t handle the heat, get out of the kitchen.
Sean seriously has the best life. After all his really cool dates, he attends a cocktail party to select which women he is gonna kick to the curb. Wedding dress Lindsay — her formal name — nips in at the last minute to get some alone time with Sean in an attempt to convince him to let her stay. And it works!
Gallons of wine are drunk as the girls get freaked out by Amanda‘s moodiness, and Sean sends home Brooke and Diana during a rose ceremony that is offset with tense pauses and climatic music. But he was a total gentleman about it. What will happen next week?
And of course the episode was not complete without some slow motion scenes of Sean throwing rocks into the sea — he gets his best thinking done that way.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Did Sean eliminate the right women?
The New Normal‘s David prides himself as being calm under pressure — but then again, he’s never been subjected to a full-on princess tea party.
In this exclusive clip from Tuesday’s episode (NBC, 9:30/8:30c), Justin Bartha‘s David tries out being a stay-at-home dad while Shania and her friends run amok at his place. He thinks it’ll be good preparation for his impending fatherhood, but as you’ll see in the clip, he’s soon subjected to pillow fights, makeovers and very awkward questions — not to mention full-speed running with scissors.
Press PLAY on the video, then hit the comments: Who do you think is more likely to be the calm dad once the baby comes — David or Bryan?
We couldn’t help but wonder: Could The Carrie Diaries — The CW’s new series about a pre-fancy shoes, pre-Mr. Big teenage Carrie Bradshaw growing up in the ’80s — win over loyal Sex and the City fans and newbies alike?
Before you respond to that question, a brief refresher of Monday night’s premiere: Based on Candace Bushnell’s novels about the future Manhattanite’s adolescent years, The Carrie Diaries is not a prequel to the HBO series, so there are some notable changes to the brief backstory glimpsed on SatC.
The year is 1984, and this Carrie (Soul Surfer‘s AnnaSophia Robb in a charming, breakout performance) has recently lost her mom; the teen lives with her younger sister (Running Wilde‘s Stefania Owen) and loving father (Scandal’s Matt Letscher) in suburban Connecticut.
She has a trio of friends, including geeky Mouse (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World‘s Ellen Wong), who recently lost her virginity; and the confident Maggie (The Killing‘s Katie Findlay), who’s secretly hooking up with an older police officer; making Carrie the lone virgin among her female pals. (Maggie’s closeted boyfriend Walt (newcomer Brendan Dooling) rounds out the group.) Then there’s the new kid — cool, mysterious transfer student Sebastian (Switched at Birth‘s Austin Butler), who just so happens to have a history with Carrie.
But the allure of Manhattan proves even more exciting for our heroine than the cute boy at school. To help his daughter get over her grief, Carrie’s dad arranges an internship for her at a law firm in the city. She quickly meets Larissa (Doctor Who‘s Freema Agyeman), a style editor for Interview magazine who draws young Ms. Bradshaw into a world of glamour, art and parties where everyone is free to be “distinctly themselves in a city that celebrated them,” Carrie’s voiceover marvels.
And that’s where Carrie Diaries provides a refreshing twist on the average teen soap. Rather than just being about the hunt for a boyfriend, it’s about “searching for me,” Carrie remarks. “Who I was. Who I wanted to be.”
Now it's your turn, TVLiners: Hit the poll below to let us know what grade you give The Carrie Diaries, then hit the comments to back up your pick!
The CW prequel series introduces us to a pre-’Sex and the City’ Carrie Bradshaw. Plus, on the Jan. 14 series premiere, Carrie makes her first venture to New York City and loses her virginity.
AnnaSophia Robb made her debut as Carrie Bradshaw in The CW’s new series The Carrie Diaries on Jan. 14, taking us on a new venture with the girl we fell in love with 15 years ago. However, this time, Carrie is a teenager in high school in the mid 1980′s. I’ll admit, I was a bit wary of the news of this prequel series, as I was a huge fan of the original series, Sex and the City. However, at the close of the episode, I’ve decided that not only was I extremely entertained, but I fell in love with Carrie Bradshaw all over again!
Carrie Bradshaw’s Backstory
In the series premiere episode, we find out that Carrie’s mother has recently died. Carrie has a rivalry with and devotion to her younger sister, Dorrit (Stefania Owen), and a concerned father (Matt Letscher) who sets her up with an awesome internship in New York City at a law firm.
It’s Carrie’s mother’s death that serves as the backbone to the relationship Carrie, Dorrit and their father have throughout the first episode. Dorrit feels as though Carrie got to experience a deep relationship with their mother before her passing, while Dorrit was too young to bond with her mother in the same way. It’s because of this that Dorrit acts out, sports a rather rebellious look (did you see that dark eyeliner?!), and runs away from home and doesn’t think it’s a big deal.
Carrie’s Internship In The City
On Carrie’s first day at her internship, she is “picked up” during her lunch break by fashion editor Larissa (Freema Agyeman), who likes her purse, and takes her out for a night out on the town, where Carrie gets an idea of the world she’ll soon takeover in a different series on HBO. (Sidenote: Larissa has no idea that Carrie is a high school student. She thinks Carrie is an adult.)
Carrie Has A Gang Of Friends — Unfortunately, Not Miranda, Charlotte or Samantha… Yet
Mouse (Ellen Wong), Maggie (Katie Findlay) and Walt (Brendan Dooling) serve as Carrie’s best friends, while Sebastian (Austin Butler) is the troublesome new kid who will most likely serve as Carrie’s love interest throughout the first season. (If you’ve read the book like me, you know where this is heading. And how cute was their scene in the pool together? More shirtless scenes, please!)
Mouse seems like the one Carrie will be able to count on the most, Maggie is cute but appears to have a secret side to her, while Walt may be the most entertaining character to watch, aside from Carrie, of course.
While Carrie doesn’t actually sleep with anyone in this episode, during her episode-ending narration, she admits that she lost her virginity. She says that she may have just lost her innocence, her virginity, but not to the guy she had hoped but rather, Manhattan. (Love it!)
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you a fan of The Carrie Diaries? Will you give it a season pass on your TiVo?
Selena and Josh were quite flirty while at the Weinstein Golden Globes after party on Jan. 13! They were even spotted leaving the event together, arm-in-arm! Does this spell the end of Selena and Justin Bieber?
Celebuzz reports that the two hotties were spotted exiting the hotel arm-in-arm, after having partied the night away with pals Ashley Tisdale, Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland, and, funny enough, Josh’s ex-girlfriend, Vanessa Hudgens. Vanessa, who is also Selena’s co-star in the upcoming Spring Breakers, stayed with the duo for the remainder of the evening and was seen by Celebuzz walking slightly ahead of them as they exited the hotel.
As HollywoodLife.com previously exclusively reported, an eyewitness source at the event revealed just how flirty Selena, 20, and Josh, 20, were! “She was dancing and flirting with Josh," our insider said. "[Vanessa] was there to witness it. Selena was dancing and having lots of fun and flirting with Josh."
“Vanessa needed to go to the bathroom and asked me where the restroom was, and I told them both [Vanessa & Selena] and they went," the eyewitness said. "Josh followed them, and Selena and Josh left the Beverly Hilton together. Justin is in no way on her mind whatsoever.” Good for her!
CBS’ NCIS blindsided fans with a double-whammy last week, capping an already tense hour with an abrupt machine-gun assault on the Vance home, where Eli and Ziva David were guests for dinner. When the dust settled, two lives were lost – Ziva’s father, and Vance’s wife Jackie. As Gibbs’ team readies to mourn the dead in this Tuesday’s “Shiva” (airing at 8/7c), showrunner Gary Glasberg shared a look at the devastating aftermath for two of NCIS’ finest.
TVLINE | When did you first give Paula Newsome (who plays Jackie) and Michael Nouri (Eli) a heads-up on what you had planned? You know, this is something that we've been talking about for a long time. I started to toy around with this idea back last spring. I pulled Rocky Carroll (Vance) aside and I told him what I was thinking, that strictly from the Vance perspective, I really wanted to do something that would open up his world a bit, because Vance's family life has been very grounded and very positive.
TVLINE | Yeah, it’s always been a rock for him. And there’s nothing wrong with that, but this is a huge change for him, to suddenly be a single dad, to be a widower, to carry the responsibility of his family and NCIS on his shoulders. It opened a lot of doors. And the more I thought about it, the more I wanted to do it. The same goes with Cote [de Pablo]. We talked about years of storylines with Eli David and where their relationship is, and how this would in theory change [Ziva]. Both Michael Nouri and Paula were of course upset by the direction that we chose, but they were total pros and they wanted to give it everything they could. I am really pleased with the way it came out.
TVLINE | You said you've been thinking about this for a while — but was it only until more recently that both deaths landed in the same episode? Well, it was sort of the beginning of the season when we started to plot where this would fall. Chris Waild, who wrote the episode, and I talked about what we wanted to do, but part of it, too, is I’ve been intrigued by the idea of civilian loss happening during a professional situation. That’s real to me. We see it the news, and it's awful how there are tragedies that come up, and in this instance Jackie Vance is very much a victim of something that she had no control over. So, it felt organic and natural to us to do what we did.
TVLINE | At first blush, is losing Jackie going to make Vance harder, or softer? Or wounded? Absolutely wounded. And in some way, it sort of sticks to the thematic stuff that I was trying to do at the beginning of the season. You know we had this theme of sort of fallen heroes? Pulling the rug out from under Vance puts him in that category.
TVLINE | Our readers had been worried — ever since I reported on the casting of Greg Germann as the NCIS Deputy Director — what it might say about the story ahead for Vance. In the real world these characters sort of back each other up and work together. I realized in talking to the real director of NCIS that the Deputy Director in the real world plays a big part, and we've actually never, in all of our 10 seasons, introduced the Deputy Director. So, I just thought it would be the right time.
TVLINE | And what kind of an arc is Ziva on the cusp of? Ziva clearly had her differences with her father, but he was still her father, and there’s a part of her that’s wounded and broken, and Tony is there for her. He is there for her as a friend and a co-worker, and he plays a big part in the episode that airs on Tuesday. That will continue all the way through the rest of the season.
TVLINE | Do Michael [Weatherly] and Cote get some meaty scenes on Tuesday? They do. They have some really meaty scenes on Tuesday, and I will say that we end up back in Tony's apartment and there is some really lovely, emotional stuff that happens between the two of them there.
TVLINE | Professionally, are there any longer-term ramifications for Ziva? Like, is she going to start reconsidering her choices, or…? I don't know about reconsidering choices, but Ziva certainly wants to get to the bottom of what happened here and who is responsible — and I will tell you that not all the answers will be there at the end of [the episode].
TVLINE | In rooting out who’s responsible, is she going to be like a dog with a bone? Yes. And the one thing that I will say is in the beginning, you can have some very serious episodes like we have here. And then, just as in real life, people still see the lighter sides of things, and people have to laugh. So there will be moments that are lighter, there will be storylines that are lighter, but you continue to carry things with you and think about things. That will be the case here as well.
“She’s not with any other dude,” our source reveals. “She and Chris are tight but sometime a girl just need a little breathing space.”
Was Rihanna On A Secret Date With Matt Kemp?
On Jan. 14, a report surfaced on MediaTakeOut.com claiming their sources first spotted Matt at an unnamed Los Angeles restaurant, sitting at the bar by himself. The website goes on to say that Matt was "very nice" to a group of ladies who asked him to pose for a photograph. Then, while Matt, 28, continued to wait at the bar for his guest, Rihanna walked in and the two were hauled off to a private dinner table.
Prior to this alleged outing, however, Rihanna, 24,was photographed while clubbing solo on Jan. 13 at My Studio in Hollywood.
“She’s just stepping out on her own for a minute, feeling herself and riding solo,” our source adds.
Is Rihanna Spending Too Much Time Clubbing?
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Rihanna must have had an amazing time inside the Roxbury nightclub in Hollywood on Jan. 10, because when the singer jumped into her awaiting SUV, there were huge dirt spots visible around the singer's knees and even on her butt!
Rihanna left the nightclub wearing a pink sweater, black heels and a pair of tight black leggings. Perhaps she shouldn't have worn black leggings because they showed everything, including the stains on both her knees and salt shaker.
What's The Reason For Your Dirty Knees, Rihanna?
Before anyone jumps to any false conclusions, we've learned the stains on her pants aren't dirt, they're left-over pieces from a napkin.
"There was a drink that accidentally spilled on her and so her people dried it with napkins and the napkin residue left those stains," a club insider tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
Chime in, HollywoodLifers. Do you think Rihanna is slowly leaving Chris?