2/11/14 Julia Roberts Sister Found Dead

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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

 

Former "Saturday Night Live" star CHRIS KATTAN was busted for DUI early yesterday morning in L.A., after he veered onto a closed section of a highway and smashed into a construction truck.  Supposedly he admitted he was on prescription drugs, and there's video of his failed field sobriety test online.

 

News Flash:  Sometimes the media gets its predictions wrong.  HORRIBLY wrong.  Here's a collection of nine magazine predictions that didn't exactly pan out:

In 2002, "Newsweek" magazine ran a cover proclaiming M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN "The Next Spielberg".

A 2001 "Us Weekly" cover promised to explain how BRAD PITT and JENNIFER ANISTON are "making it work . . . in a year of breakups."

LANCE ARMSTRONG was "Sports Illustrated's" 2002 Sportsman of the Year.

In 2007, "People" magazine said that BILLY RAY CYRUS was, quote, "Raising a Teen Star (The Right Way!)".  And yes, they were talking about MILEY.

In 2010, "OK!" magazine broke the "news" that SURI CRUISE was getting a baby brother.

As JAY LENO was preparing to take over the "Tonight Show", fellow late-night host ARSENIO HALL was on the cover of "Entertainment Weekly" saying, quote, "I'm Gonna Kick Leno's Ass".

In May of 1978, "Time" magazine's cover boy was a 30-year-old PRINCE CHARLES, who was described as "The Man Who Would Be King".  Thirty-six years later, he's still waiting.

 

JULIA ROBERTS' half-sister Nancy Motes was found dead on Sunday of an apparent drug overdose.  She was 37. Julia hasn't commented directly . . . but the family released a statement saying, quote, "There is no official report from the Coroner's office yet.  The family is both shocked and devastated." Last August, Nancy said she was "incredibly hurt and very sad" over some "not-so-nice" comments Julia allegedly made to her over the years about her weight.  At the time, she said their relationship was, quote, "a work in progress."

 

The Los Angeles District Attorney has two key pieces of evidence it says help them in prosecuting Justin Bieber in last month's egg-throwing incident. According to TMZ, the DA's office has surveillance footage that was seized during the raid of Bieber's house which shows he was right there as the eggs were being thrown at his neighbor's house, although it doesn't actually show him throwing them. They're also using the video supplied by the neighbor in which Bieb’s voice is allegedly heard yelling and swearing at the neighbor. The DA is expected to file criminal charges. A decision is likely to come down this week.