Thursday’s Dirt

Why was I not on this flight?? Jason Momoa recently played flight attendant to passengers on Hawaiian Airlines. Jason was handing out aluminum water bottles from his company, Manalau. He was celebrating his company’s first airline partnership and says that he has already removed 3 million plastic bottles from the ocean this year.

Not sure how ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ is going to work without Dr. Grey but that’s where we’re at. Ellen Pompeo, who has starred on the ABC drama for 18 seasons, is taking a step back for the 19th season. She is said to only be in 8 episodes because she is starring in a new Hulu series called ‘Orphan.’

Britney vs the Catholic Church. Britney recently slammed a Catholic church on Instagram because she said they refused to let her get married in their cathedral. The church has responded saying that there is no record of Britney ever visiting the church or asking to have a wedding there.

Here we go. The Department of Homeland Security is investigating death threats sent to the psychologist who testified on behalf of Amber Heard in Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit. Amber’s law counsel is also receiving harassing phone calls and is being flooded with ‘numerous false negative reviews.’

This is just awful. It is suspected that Brad Pitt found out that his daughter, Zahara, was attending college on the red carpet. Brad was asked how he felt about Zahara attending Spelman this fall and he looked to be surprised by the information. He later said he was proud of her and it was a ‘exciting and beautiful time.’

Liz’s Dirt

Wednesday’s Dirt

We now know why Fred Savage was fired from the ABC reboot of ‘The Wonder Years’ in May. As many as 6 unidentified women have come forward and said that his conduct towards women on the crew ranged from verbal harassment to alleged assault. He even had an inappropriate relationship with a much younger woman…

Monday’s Dirt

Former ‘iCarly’ star, Jennette McCurdy’s memoir, ‘I’m Glad My Mom Died’ is released tomorrow and it is said to make quite the allegation against Nickelodeon. Jennette says that when her show ‘Sam & Cat’ was coming to an end, Nickelodeon offered her $300,000 to never talk publicly about an uncomfortable experience she had with a…