The daily gossip: Lisa Marie Presley reportedly rushed to the hospital, Shakira slams ex Gerard Piqué in savage new song, and more
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Lisa Marie Presley reportedly rushed to the hospital after suffering cardiac arrest
Lisa Marie Presley, the daughter of Elvis and Priscilla Presley, has been rushed to the hospital after suffering cardiac arrest, TMZ reports. Paramedics reportedly performed CPR at Presley's Calabasas home on Thursday before she was taken to the hospital. She went into "full arrest," and "someone administered epinephrine at the scene at least one time in order to help Presley regain a pulse," TMZ adds. This comes just two days after Presley and her mother, Priscilla, attended the Golden Globe Awards with Austin Butler, who won Best Actor for portraying her father in Elvis. In his acceptance speech, Butler thanked the Presley family "for opening your hearts, your memories, your home to me," adding, "Lisa Marie, Priscilla, I love you forever." In a 2019 book, Presley revealed she's "grateful to be alive today" after she "fell prey to opioids." Her current condition is unclear.
Shakira slams ex Gerard Piqué in savage new song
After a taxing year, Shakira is ready to air some grievances. The "Hips Don't Lie" singer has dropped a new diss track apparently aimed at soccer star Gerard Piqué, her ex-boyfriend, after they split in 2022. "You go around saying you're a champion, and when I needed you, you gave your worst version," she sings, according to the English translation, per Billboard. The song also includes brutal lyrics like "sorry baby, I should have thrown you out a while ago" and "media outlets at my door and in debt with the government, you thought you hurt me, but you made me stronger" — referencing her upcoming trial on tax fraud charges. Plus, Shakira seems to slam Piqué's current girlfriend, Clara Chia Marti, by singing, "I'm too good for you and that's why you're with someone just like you," and "she has the name of a good person, she's clearly the same as you." Her hips don't lie, but her words burn.
'Rick and Morty' co-creator charged with felony domestic violence
One of the men behind Rick and Morty is in hot water. Justin Roiland, co-creator of the wildly popular Adult Swim animated series, is facing charges in a felony domestic violence case, NBC News reports. The charges of domestic battery and false imprisonment reportedly stem from a January 2020 incident with an anonymous woman he was dating at the time. Records obtained by NBC showed that Roiland was arrested in August 2020 and released on a $50,000 bond before pleading not guilty in October 2020. That same month, a protective order was reportedly filed ordering him not to go within 100 feet of the person in the case. There have been "more than a dozen" hearings in the case, NBC says, though this is the first we're hearing about it, and further details weren't revealed. In addition to creating Rick and Morty with Dan Harmon, Roiland also voices both Rick and Morty.
Julia Roberts finds out she's actually 'not a Roberts'
She just took a DNA test. Turns out, she's 100 percent … not Julia Roberts? The actress recently appeared on Finding Your Roots and was informed by host Henry Louis Gates Jr. that "you are not a Roberts, biologically." In digging through her father's family tree, the show's researchers discovered that while Roberts carries the last name of a man named Willis Roberts, he "could not possibly be your great-great-grandfather," Gates explained. "Wait, but am I not a Roberts?" the actress asked. To find out, she took a DNA test, which allowed the researchers to determine her biological great-great-grandfather is actually a man named Henry McDonald Mitchell Jr. "You're Julia Mitchell," Gates told the shocked actress, who laughed before asking, "Is my head on straight still?" Tune in next week for Joni Mitchell's stunned reaction to learning she's actually Joni Roberts.
Ezra Miller avoids jail time in Vermont burglary case
Ezra Miller may or may not be in movie jail, but for now, the actor is avoiding jail jail. The embattled Flash star has reportedly accepted a plea deal that will see them avoid jail time in their Vermont burglary case. Miller was charged with felony burglary last year after allegedly stealing alcohol from a Vermont home. "Several bottles of alcohol were taken from within the residence while the homeowners were not present," police previously said. This was just one of numerous criminal allegations against Miller, who has also faced assault charges. But according to The Associated Press, the actor has agreed to a suspended sentence of 89 to 90 days, as well as a $500 fine, for unlawful trespass. Miller will also get a year's probation, but the felony burglary charge will be dropped. Prosecutors have yet to make a recommendation on whether Miller's Flash should survive James Gunn's DC reboot.