Pink & Avril Lavigne Come To Kesha’s Defense
Dr. Luke is suing Kesha for defamation, claiming her accusations of sexual assault have cost him millions of dollars in lost work, but two big stars are now coming to Kesha’s defense.
The Blast reports that both Pink and Avril Lavigne, who worked with Dr. Luke in the past, signed sworn affidavits insisting Kesha had nothing to do with their decision not to work with him again.
In Pink’s affidavit, she states, “The reason I have not worked with Dr. Luke since 2006 has nothing to do with Kesha Sebert, her words, or her actions,” while Avril’s says the same thing, except the year listed is 2007.
ONE MORE THING! Recent court documents also reveal that both Kelly Clarkson and AdamLevine were deposed in the case, although no info on their depositions were released.
Publicists Are Advising Their Clients Not To Date John Mayer
John Mayer doesn’t exactly have the best reputation with the ladies, but who is to blame for that? His own loose lips, according to one celebrity publicist who cited his tendency to kiss and tell. “I would tell women in Hollywood to steer clear of him,” the publicist shares. “He’s manipulative. He has a reputation . . . and it’s better to exercise caution dealing with anybody who kisses and tells.”
As we previously told you, Mayer, whose exes include Jessica Simpson, Katy Perry and Jennifer Aniston, seems to be aware of his sullied reputation, complaining to Andy Cohen on a recent episode of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” about feeling unwelcomed among fellow celebrities. “Dating John Mayer at this point is conceptually just sort of a no-no,” Mayer said, speaking in third person for some reason.
Mayer, who has since moved to Montana, presumably to flee the spotlight, is currently on tour with the Dead & Company. They hit Mountain View, California tonight.
Ed Sheeran’s Chapel Blocked By Local Council
Looks like Ed Sheeran has run into some more roadblocks with his plans to build a chapel on his property in England. As we previously told you, Ed’s plans were originally held up after the crested newt – which is a protected species – was reportedly been seen near the property in Suffolk. Well, now the local council has rejected his plans altogether.
A report claims that the council has ruled the chapel will be a “jarring anomaly in the landscape.” They note that Ed’s “Christian style place of worship…would never been seen in the Suffolk landscape" and they also seem to be against “a second place of worship in the same view as the existing village church.”
The council also suggests that Ed’s application has “too many contradictions,” including planned “fake ruins,” and they “cannot quite decide if it is a whimsical folly or a serious facsimile”.