Heidi Montag's soon-to-be-ex-husband Spencer Pratt confronted Montag with a demand that she agree to make a new reality TV show with him or he will release a number of sex tapes the two made while they were together. The tapes are said to include footage from both before and after Montag's marathon plastic surgery that remade her face and body. Pratt also says he has another tape Montag made with Playboy Playmate Karissa Shannon. Shannon tells TMZ that such a tape does exist, but if it's released she'll sue Pratt.
Pratt says if the tapes are released, he'll finally make a dream come true, because being a porn star has been his ambition since 2005. He says Montag is divorcing him because she thinks he's bad for her image, but she'll never have an acting career. Pratt says,"We're reality stars, not serious actors. She can’t think she’s Naomi Watts. She’s a tad delusional." He also says releasing the tape -- for $5 million, which seems reasonable to "sources close to the deal" -- will help Montag's career. "When I realized how much Kim [Kardashian] was making, my logic is this is the best thing I can do for my ex-wife," he said. "Kim is on the cover of Allure right now. Heidi isn’t on the cover of Allure."
Betty White's white-hot popularity streak continued as she won an Emmy during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles Saturday for her work hosting "Saturday Night Live" in May. Also collecting golden statuettes was Neil Patrick Harris, who won as host of the Tonys and and for his guest star role on "Glee." White, 88, was not at the Nokia Theater to collect her prize, but Harris was present and thanked his partner and fellow expectant dad David Burtka. Harris has also been nominated for best supporting actor in a series, for "How I Met Your Mother," at next Sunday's Primetime Emmy Awards. Other winners Saturday included Jaime Oliver's Food Revolution as best reality series, Jeff Probst of "Survivor" as best reality-show host, and Ann-Margret for her guest role on "Law and Order: SVU." HBO wartime miniseries "The Pacific" won seven trophies, ABC comedy hit "Modern Family" and "SNL" both took home three awards; Fox's "The Simpsons" won two awards, including an Outstanding Voice Over Performance win for Anne Hathaway's guest role as Princess Penelope. Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" won for Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Special for its comedic repackaging of the news.
Grammy-winning singer Faith Evans was arrested for driving under the influence Saturday night after being stopped at a checkpoint near Marina Del Rey. Evans, the singer of "I'll Be Missing You" and widow of rapper The Notorious B.I.G., was arrested in 2004 in Atlanta and changed with possession of marijuana and cocaine in 2004 with her current husband and manager, record company executive Todd Russaw. Evans and Russaw spent 13 weeks in addiction rehab after the 2004 arrest. Evans, 37, is set to release her new album, "Something About Faith," in October. She is also working on a reality series, "It's All About Faith," which will focus on her return to music and her home life with Russaw and their four children.
"True Blood" costars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer married Saturday at a beachside villa in Malibu "surrounded by their family and friends," the couple's reps tell People. Paquin, who wore a white halterneck gown, and Moyer, in a dark suit, said their vows under a white tent as the sun set. "It was a beautiful evening to get married and the sunset was gorgeous. Anna and Stephen seemed very excited to celebrate their wedding day," a source said. The guest list included "True Blood" creator Alan Ball and stars Sam Trammell, Rutina Wesley and Carrie Preston, Ryan Kwanten and Rutina Wesley. Actor Elijah Wood also attended. After the ceremony, Moyer stripped off his suit and jumped into the surf with some of the other guys while his bride looked on.
-- Anne Neville