Oprah Winfrey auctioned off her personal collection of art, antiques, furniture and memorabilia on Saturday -- and fans couldn't fork over their cash fast enough. According to the L.A. Times the auction was met with "exuberance," as a 16-by-20-inch print of a TV Guide cover photo featuring the talk-show host had a pre-auction estimate of $200 to $400 but ended up selling for $3,000. A set of six 18th century Louis XVI armchairs with hand-embroidered details sold for $60,000. The proceeds from the auction will go to Oprah's girls leadership academy in South Africa.
Kendall Jenner turned 18 Sunday -- and the porn companies wasted no time trying to recruit the barely legal reality star. A source says at least six adult movie companies have offered the teen model lucrative deals to get down and dirty as big sister Kim Kardashian did in her infamous sex-tape with Ray J. One of the production companies is willing to pay Kendall $1.8 million to take advantage of her adult status. So far, no word from Kendall on whether she's willing to follow in Kim's X-rated footsteps.
Teen bride Courtney Stodden and her old husband Doug Hutchison have reportedly split. The two made headlines with their 2011 marriage -- when she was 16 years old and he was 51. A source says that Courtney, now 19, decided to fly the coop after she got her first taste of freedom. "After Courtney experienced being in Celebrity Big Brother in the U.K. she realized that there is this whole world out there to explore. She was so reliant on Doug up until doing the show, but after going so far away, she realized she could survive by herself." It's unkown if any official divorce documents have been filed.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are suing one of the co-founders of YouTube, claiming he leaked that video of Kanye's proposal. The suit alleges that despite signing a confidentiality agreement, Chad Hurley released the video on his site MixBit, even releasing a press release touting the footage. In the suit, they also claim the footage was supposed to be given to MC Cable Television, which produces Keeping Up With the Kardashians. No word on how much Kanye and Kim are asking for, but Hurley does have deep pockets. He sold his stake in YouTube to Google for more than a billion.