Motherhood may not have changed Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi that much after all. The "Jersey Shore" star recently cursed up a storm on her first television appearance since she gave birth to baby Lorenzo. Snooki cursed twice during a live interview on "Access Hollywood Live" with co-hosts Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. When the petite reality star was questioned about her parenting skills, she described her critics as "a**holes," and then declared "sh*t" when discussing her initial concerns about motherhood.
Stephen A. Smith never seems to stay out of trouble. The ESPN commentator landed in the hot seat again after possibly saying what might have been the "N" word live on television on ESPN's "First Take" on Thursday, Oct. 25. "Opening night. Kobe Bryant is going to miss it because, 'my foot is sprained?'" said Smith. "Are you crazy, n*gga please," Smith may have said.
ESPN returned their critically acclaimed and Emmy-nominated documentary series "30 For 30" this fall. For this season's premiere on Oct. 2, the sports network featured a 90-minute film titled "Broke." The documentary featured former athletes and sports professionals explaining how they themselves and their colleagues blew through tens of millions of dollars in a few years.
At the 2012 ESPY Awards Wednesday night, the San Francisco Giants' quirky, weird-bearded closer Brian Wilson bested his appearance at last year's awards by showing up with a date even hairier than he is: Sasquatch.
ESPN reported Erin Andrews is leaving the network. The news was confirmed via Twitter by ESPN staff Josh Krulewitz, Mike Humes and Mike Soltys. All three tweeted the same message on Friday evening: "Erin Andrews leaving ESPN. She did great work for us & we made an aggressive offer to keep her. We wish her the best on her next chapter."