Pop Daily News: Tamar Braxton & Lolo Jones Argument Turned Into Scuffle, Andy Cohen’s Baby Shower Was a ‘Housewives’ Galore, Zac Efron Plays Ted Bundy in New Movie,

Tamar Braxton & Lolo Jones Argument Turned Into Scufle

The latest drama on the new season of the CBS reality competition series Celebrity Big Brother now involves singer Tamar Braxton and American hurdler and bobsledd, erLolo Jones, who got into an arguement and alleged physical fight.

The two  got into a heated argument before bed that forced the airing to cut to comerical. It was reported that Lola allegedly slapped Tamar and was immediately removed from the house.

Watch the clips below!

https://youtu.be/HAFeve6vQJY

Andy Cohen’s Baby Shower Was a ‘Housewives’ Galore

On December 20th Bravo’s own, Andy Cohen, announced that he was expecting a baby boy via surrogate during a Watch What Happens Live episode and the world anticipated his lavish baby shower. Cohen’s A Star Is Born inspired shower was held in Los Angeles at the Palms restaurant and hosted by housewives including NeNe Leakes, Kyle Richards, Ramona Singer and Vicki Gunvalson.

The white decor matched perfectly with its gold accents and small traces of blue. Guests were spoiled with a delicious Chinese dinner which included, Chinese chicken salad and lobster cobb salad, T salmon with mango salsa, sliced espresso-rubbed grass-fed filet mignon with onion straws, and chicken paillard. For those with sweet tooths there was a dessert table with key lime pie, crème brulee, chocolate chip cookies and a star-covered cake.

Watch a sneak peek of Cohen’s beautiful baby shower below!

Zac Efron Plays Ted Bundy in New Movie

Disney’s own Zac Efron has been casted to play the notorious serial killer Ted Bundy in the new film, “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile”. Despite their remarkable similarities, people are concerned about whether his boysh looks will be believeable.

“Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” was debuted this weekend at Sundance Film Festival and critics are concerned that the director may have “romanticized” the serial killer, drawing the wrong attention to Ted Bundy.

Vanity Fair’s chief critic Robert Lawson, stated:

“Is a triumph of sorts for Efron. … But it’s also a bit of a problem, a further indictment of our serial killer-sick culture that the film, directed by documentarian Joe Berlinger, doesn’t reckon with enough.”

“Extremely Wicked” is among several serial killer movies including,  Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Lodger” in 1927, inspired by Jack the Ripper, to “The Silence of the Lambs” in 1991, inspired in part by Bundy.