SPILLING THE TABBY TEA: Eugenie! Shaun White! Omarosa! Prince Harry!

SPILLING THE TABBY TEA: Eugenie! Shaun White! Omarosa! Prince Harry!

It’s been a super tabby week!

And our tabloidy duo, Sun Entertainment Editor Mark Daniell and reporter Brad Hunter, reunite to dish the latest drama surrounding the Olympics.

Gold medal Olympian Shaun White was the toast of Twitter until news started to spread that the snowboarder settled a reached an undisclosed settlement with his former rock band drummer Lena Zawaideh, who filed a complaint in civil court alleging he sexually harassed her in various forms and accused him of wrongful termination.

And #MeToo isn’t happy with NBC and the Olympics . Were they wrong to include him in the Winter Games? And why aren’t more people talking about this scandal?

Meanwhile, it’s that time of the year, Sports Illustrated coveted Swimsuit Issue has been unveiled and there’s more skin than ever. Besides featuring its only third black woman gracing the cover, models are calling this year’s issue: Nudity With A Purpose, maintaining that you can be sexy, bare almost all and still be a feminist. And Montreal’s Eugenie Bouchard is once again featured in the pages. (Glad she’s winning at something!)

But if you’re really hungry for news, just watch reality TV — where all the tea is being spilled these days.

First Omarosa warned America about leaders Donald Trump and Mike Pence on Celebrity Big Brother; but now, Piers Morgan is hitting back at his former Celebrity Apprentice rival, alleging that she offered him a showmance and sex to boost their popularity on the NBC reality juggernaut. Find out what happened next!

Down in Australia, Princess Di’s former butler Paul Burrell revealed on Australia’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here the truth about Prince Harry’s long-rumoured paternity secret.

Tune in and watch above! Don’t forget to sound off on Twitter and Facebook!

Brad Hunter is a veteran of newspaper wars in New York, London and now Toronto. As a senior writer for the New York Post, Hunter covered the 9/11 terror attacks, the World Series, the death of John Gotti and a cornucopia of other stories. He lives in Hamilton and likes pugs. Tweet him @HunterTOSun

Mark Daniell is the Entertainment Editor for Postmedia Network and Toronto Sun. His passions are superhero films and cats. Tweet him @markhdaniell


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