TMZ got a copy of the menu for their big day in Long Island this past Sunday, where they did a pretty good job of serving healthy low-fat meals -- with the exception of the super-delicious cake! Not that we blame them one bit...
Appetizers: miniature meat rolls, spring rolls and crab cakes
Entrees: fish, sauteed chicken and grilled beef
Cake: sweet potato-praline/vanilla, Bourbon-butterscotch layered cake filled with bourbon infused candied sweet potato and hazelnut buttercream
Sidenote: Jillian Michaels did not jump out of the cake and force everyone who had a piece to run up a mountainside until they puked.
Jillian's male friend and everyone else outside Guy's came to her rescue, but we're pretty sure she could have regulated the creep on her own.
Jillian Michaels claims she should have raked in more than $550,000 in royalties and bonuses from her 2005 instructional tape series "The Biggest Winner: How to Win By Losing" -- instead she claims all she got was a measly $100,000 cash advance.
In a lawsuit filed Friday in L.A. County Superior Court, Michaels claims Genius Products -- the home video company -- utilized "fraudulent and unfair accounting methods so as to avoid paying additional sums."
Michaels also claims Genius refused to sell videos on request "in an attempt to avoid paying Plaintiff additional bonuses."
Now she's looking for some serious jack -- at least $550k -- to "punish [Genius] for wrongdoing."
Calls to Genius have not been returned.
Before he became a poster child for weight loss, the affable Subway spokestool once ran a adult film emporium from his bedroom, reports Best Week Ever. His collection was said to be "vast and extensive," and rental rates were hard to beat -- a dollar a day per vid. "People would come from all over to take advantage of the deal," according to BWE's source.
The same source snitches that the real reason Jared started eating Subway wasn't motivated by health concerns, but sheer laziness. Turns out that Subway happened to open a franchise on the ground floor of his dorm, so it was the closest fast-food joint to Jared's XXX lair.
We called a Subway rep, who said that the company has no knowledge of the story and that Jared was "unavailable." The rep also pointed out that legends have sprung up from time to time about Jared, including one that he'd died.