SHORT CUTS: Gotti's Coming Back for More

Published December 4, 2007

Posted Dec. 4, 2007 -- "Gotti's Way," the VH1 reality series in which rap mogul Irv Gotti balances the demands of fatherhood with rebuilding his record label, will return early next year for a second season, according to reports.

 ''We can announce today, officially, that we're doing season 2," said MTV Networks entertainment president Brian Graden to Entertainment Weekly. "Production's almost immediate, because we know what's going in their lives." Of course, you'll have to stay tuned to find out the details, but sources say Gotti and his relationship with estranged wife Deb is still very much in the air.

Bankable Berry

Halle Berry might rank at the bottom of Hollywood Reporter's list of 10 highest-paid actresses. But her $10 million-a-movie average should make the low ranking easier to handle. Reese Witherspoon ranks No. 1 at $15 million to $20 million a film, followed by Angelina Jolie in second with only slightly lower earning power.

 

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Bivins Goes Into "Overtime"

Singer Michael Bivins makes a move into sports as a contributer to the broadband sow "TNT OverTime" on NBA.com.    

The Boston native will cover the resurgence of his hometown Celtics in his "Bivins in Boston" segment, but he will also venture to other NBA cities and focus on other teams as he did in this first piece – an interview with Knicks great and current Orlando Magic assistant coach Patrick Ewing.  

Bivins is the latest music artist to partner with TNT for its NBA coverage, joining a list that includes Jay-Z, Pharrell and Fort Minor. 

 

 

 

 

Written by BET-Staff

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