By Florence Anthony
Halle Berry is being replaced by Katherine Heigl in “New Year’s Eve,” which is set to start filming in New York City this week. Halle dropped out of the flick in order to make herself available for custody litigation. The Oscar winning actress and her ex-boyfriend, Gabriel Aubry, are going to court over custody of their 2 year-old daughter, Nahla. Gabriel also wants Halle to pay him child support.
Bobby Brown’s performance of his new single, “Get Out The Way,” will air for the first time on TV One’s “Way Black When” on February 9. The single is from his forthcoming CD, on B. Brown Productions/Bronx Bridge Entertainment, Inc., which will be released Spring 2011 through Fontana Distribution. Brown is also working on a reality television show in which he will appear with his fiancee’ Alicia Etheredge. Said Bobby: “I look forward to putting out the new CD and the performance that airs this month is to show everyone that B. Brown is back. In fact, I never left.
Word is rapper Rick Ross has a new woman in his life. According to sources, the Miami native has been romantically linked to actress Elise Neal. The two have been spotted dining at Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills, California. The pair, who have not confirmed or denied their relationship, are rumored to have been dating since December.
Former Heavyweight Champion of the World, Mike Tyson and his wife, Kiki Spencer Tyson, named their brand new baby boy, Morocco Elijah Tyson. Little Morocco weighed in at 8 pounds, 13 ounces at St. Rose Dominican Hospital in Henderson, Nevada. The baby is 19 inches long. He is Iron Mike’s eighth child.
Although it’s Super Bowl Week, everybody is buzzing about The Norby Walters 21st Annual Night of 100 Stars Awards Gala, celebrating the 83rd Annual Awards, brought to you by Richard Mille Luxury Watches. On Oscar Sunday, February 27th, the Beverly Hills Crystal Ballroom will once again provide the venue for the arrival of approximately 150-200 film and TV stars who will attend the hottest celebrity awards party in town with even bigger names than last year.