Jeff Probst says Katie Couric didn't give him her number, Kim Kardashian learns her baby's gender, and Isla Fisher says Sacha Baron Cohen's agent refused to help her career: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Friday, May 31, in the roundup!
Katie Couric's little black book includes a slew of famous stars like Bob Saget and Larry King, the perky talk show host revealed on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show May 29. The TV journalist also admitted she once went on a date with Survivor host Jeff Probst, though they never saw each other again. "He had puka shells on," she recalled. "That was kind of a weird thing."
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's first child is going to have the best video baby book ever! Documenting her pregnancy on E!'s upcoming eighth season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim isn't holding anything back when it comes to chronicling the months leading up to her delivery. After admitting to her family that she was pregnant on the season finale of E!'s Kourtney & Kim Take Miami spinoff, the brood's flagship reality series picks up June 2 with Kim visiting her obstetrician to find out the gender of her baby-to-be.
Anna Nicole Smith may have the last word yet — and her daughter Dannielynn may become one very, very wealthy girl. In fact, according to Forbes, the 6-year-old daughter of Smith and Larry Birkhead may soon be $49 million richer. In a decision issued Wednesday, May 29, a federal judge in California put an end to the more than decade-long effort by Smith's estate to nab some of the massive fortune amassed by her unlikely and elderly husband, J. Howard Marshall II, who died just a year into their marriage.
So, nepotism doesn't rule Hollywood after all -- at least not when it comes to Isla Fisher's career. The Now You See Me actress is British Cosmopolitan's July cover girl, and in the issue, she opens up about how she rose to stardom with absolutely no help from her already-famous love Sacha Baron Cohen. "I really have had no help. In fact, the one time I did ask for help was after my agent in L.A. fired me. I was auditioning for all sorts of things but kept getting told 'no,' so she just fired me!" Fisher, 37, tells the magazine.
Plastic surgery or makeup artistry? Arrested Development fans aren't twittering and Facebooking about the latest plot points in the new season of the kooky cult hit, now on Netflix. They're debating whether Portia de Rossi, who stars as vain, materialistic, self-absorbed (but lovable!) Lindsay Bluth-Funke, has gone under the knife to look younger. Online commenters are speculating about whether the 40-year-old actress has had rhinoplasty, a brow lift, filler injections, and Botox.