Us Wrap: Jersey Shore's Snooki Plays Weather Girl

Celebrity News Jan. 8, 2010 AT 6:16PM
Us Wrap: Jersey Shore's Snooki Plays Weather Girl Credit: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

--Jersey Shore "guidette" Snooki put her reality TV career on hold Friday to try her hand at forecasting the weather for New York City's WPIX morning news show. After the pint-sized powerhouse delivered the five-day forecast, she let her hair down for the anchors, confirming her 'do was au natural. "Look, no Bumpit!" Snooks declared. [Perez Hilton]

--Spider-Man star Tobey Maguire isn't totally down in the dumps about the production delay of the franchise's fourth installment. Set for release May 2, 2011, the flick will likely get pushed to another date so not to compete with Marvel's other highly-anticipated superhero adaptation, Thor. "Like anything, it's a process," Maguire says, as the film's studio declines to comment on the hold-up. [Fox News]

--Don't expect Precious standout Gabourey Sidibe to hit the yoga mat any time soon. In a new interview with Harper's Bazaar, the plus size 26-year-old admits she loathes the relaxation workout. "I hate yoga so much," she tells the mag. "Like, if yoga was a person, I'd stab them." [Huffington Post]

--Michael Jackson's longtime physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, has hired a criminal defense attorney on the heels of an Associated Press report that prosecutors plan to indict the doc on an involuntary manslaughter charge. The King of Pop died June 25 after suffering cardiac arrest while under Murray's care. [Wonderwall]

--Just when viewers thought they knew all there is to know about Real Housewives of New Jersey's Danielle Staub after "The Book" was discussed on her Bravo reality series, Staub has dropped another bombshell: She used to be homeless. "I was living in my car for six weeks, but I pulled myself out of that and got work," Staub admits. [PopEater]

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