"I think I would remember Jennie's fist connecting with a part of my body or a part of my face."
"It just goes to show you how people will lie," she says of Spelling's account in her autobiography. (Source)
He says, "There are certain stories that don't end the way that they end in the book. It's not really family stuff. It's more like - well there's a bit in the book about Demi Moore and I dancing on the bar. She's dancing up on me and humping me from behind.
The one part that's not in the book is that she was lactating at the time and she was squirting breast milk at my lesbian friends." "My friend Michelle called me the next morning and asked me, "How do I get breast milk out of my black dress?" and I said "How the f**k would I know? Call Demi.' It was hysterical. There are no pictures of it but it actually happened." (Source)
It might be unfair calling Jessica Simpson’s show at the Avalon Ballroom Wednesday a train wreck. At some point, a train knows where it’s going.
Simpson needs to explain in exhausting detail what every single song is about, and the endless banter kills any momentum. She’s still living in a reality show, convinced everyone is so fascinated with her personal life, they’d rather hear her talk than sing.
How bad was it? Before the new song “Man Enough,” she said her man must be ready for anything - including the possibility she’s pregnant with an alien.
Simpson opened up about God, divorce and, um, flatulence. “I do pass gas a lot,” she said. “I guarantee it smells like roses.” Seventy bucks a ticket, folks.
Frankly, it’s hard to take her serious when she declares how much she loves “Destiny” Springfield, and then performs a version of “Son of a Preacher Man” so devoid of soul, Dusty would disown it. (Source)
"I have voluntarily entered a facility for the treatment of sex addiction," the actor said in a statement on Thursday. "I ask for respect and privacy for my wife and children as we deal with this situation as a family." (Source)
He was just mining the legal system for laughs - and supporting the right of standup comedians to do the same, he said. Seinfeld cited several episodes of the "show about nothing" where he mocked frivolous lawsuits - including an episode where Kramer wins free coffee for life in a court settlement because he got burned on gourmet roast.
His lawyers, who are trying to get the defamation suit against him tossed, pointed out that his flick "Bee Movie" also has a plot that revolved around a silly suit. In the movie, a bumblebee voiced by the comic sues honey manufacturers for exploiting bees. (Source)
I really don't think that critics ... it's just kind of like everything else ... on all the blogs that you read, all the comments could be nasty, but the person's so popular. So I have a new "hate is the new love" theory. And I just think that the movies speak for themselves. (Source)
“I have to say, Katie Holmes has become so much more sophisticated in so many ways, but I think she’s in a dip right now. I can’t explain it.”
“She ascended from this tomboyish waif look to an incredible sexy sophisticate. We realize how much style she’s capable of. I don’t get it.” (Source)
While Kelly may have looked like she had been in a fight, her spokesman said the reality TV star had fallen prey to some bad DIY when the contents of a cupboard fell on top of her.
Kelly had a low-key bank holiday weekend at home after suffering from a tummy bug. Her illness was made even worse when she reached to get a glass from a cupboard in her kitchen and the whole piece of furniture fell off the wall on top of her, cutting her temple and hitting her in the left eye. (Source)
“On Monday mornings, he and I often said goodbye by making love,” Kay says exclusively in the latest issue of Us Weekly. “But one day, all of a sudden, it just happened.
"I knew that something was wrong, because I didn’t hear anything from him. Just nothing," she says. "But it was just the best way to go!” And when her man couldn’t be revived, she made sure he was taken from the house in the buff.
“I was just so proud to show off my big old Jim McConaughey — and his gift,” she says. (Source)
"He just can't drop the L-word," Minnillo, 27, tells PEOPLE of her character's commitment-challenged boyfriend. "And what a girl wants more than anything in the world is for their boyfriend to say 'I love you.' "
But, says Minnillo, her real-life beau Nick Lachey, 34, doesn't have any similar hang-ups: "The L-word is not thrown around by men as easily as it is by women - but I didn't say it first! He's very loving. We're very open and vocal." (Source)
“It’s about putting into the universe what you want in life: Red means love, pink is friendship, green is lucky, black is protection,” says Reid, who found inspiration in her longtime hobby of making charm bracelets.
“You’re gonna have a story when you wear this bikini or when you put this dress on: You’ll either get love or meet a new friend or you might meet a guy.” Indeed, her two-piece swimsuits also feature flirty messages like “Catch Me If You Can” or “Single and Ready to Mingle,” and her T-shirt dresses have cut-out backs strung with hand-made chains. (Source)
"They always have my back," Lovato, 15, said before a performance Saturday at Arthur Ashe Kids Day at the U.S. Open in New York. "They're very protective."
Kevin Jonas, 20, makes sure she has her water. Joe, 19, helps the self-professed klutz stay upright onstage, pointing out steps and other things that might trip her. "I'm very uncoordinated," said Lovato as a gaggle of her elementary school and 'tween fans screamed from the stands. "I'm surprised I don't fall onstage more. They're like, 'Watch your step.' " (Source)
“He thinks he’s famous as Jen now. Last week he went to a party, tipped off the paps, and even had decoy cars at the ready when he was leaving,” says one paparazzo. “Nice, but no one bothered to follow them, which made John think he ‘lost’ everyone, when really no one bothered to follow him.”
According to one paparazzo source, “Pictures of him and Jen were selling for $20,000 at one point. A picture of him alone gets $200 now. Chasing him from his apartment to Nobu is hardly worth it.” (Source)
"Everyone wants me to fight K-fed because he’s a notorious celebrity dad and so am I," Michael tells OK! exclusively. "It’s for charity... I’ve been beaten up by the press, so I don’t care if I get a few shots by a kid half my age.”
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The hip-hopster and the victim, a waitress at the nightspot, apparently had an existing beef which boiled over. Police were called in after Da Brat was accused of slashing the employee's face with the glass bottle, sending her to the hospital.
Da Brat pleaded guilty to felony aggravated assault in the hopes of winning a light sentence or avoiding jail time altogether. But the judge wasn't in a forgiving mood, noting that the victim suffered permanent facial scars. (Source)
"The officer told Katherine to pick up the butt and throw it away in the trash, 10 feet away," the source says. "He added that he'd fine her next time he catches her tossing trash on the sidewalk." (Source)
There's also going to be a special fireworks display during what Cyrus calls "one rockin' night ... totally awesome." She'll sing some songs, too.
The public is invited, as the event will benefit a good cause, Youth Service America, which helps improve the lives of people ages 5 to 25. Priced at $250, a limited number of tickets to Miley's Sweet 16 - Share the Celebration will go on sale Saturday, Aug. 30, at 9 a.m. PT. (Source)
Anna Faris may only be playing a Playboy model in "The House Bunny," but Hugh Hefner himself still made sure she measured up.
"Hef just stared at my chest," she told Access Hollywood at the film's premiere on Wednesday in Los Angeles. (Source)
Tori told Dean that she wasn't going to accept less money than her costars, Shannen Doherty and Jennie Garth, "especially when it was her father who created the original show," says a source close to Dean. "He told her that they should have worked something out before she made an abrupt decision because now he can't even be on the show!" (Source)
The Austin Powers actor, 39, has already begun shooting the series, and is hoping to attract interest from networks. Troyer tells Us Weekly, "It's about being a dwarf in Hollywood." (Source)
She explains, "It's just water and raw apple cider vinegar, and it just cleans out your system entirely. It will get rid of, for women who retain water weight, from your menstrual cycle and all that, it gets rid of it really fast (sic). I'm not one for dieting or exercising, 'cause I'm lazy and I have a really big sweet tooth, so I have to do cleanses every once in a while 'cause of the amount of sugar I take in." (Source)
"As an entrepreneur, I am always looking for ways to diversify my portfolio with good ideas and good people," Ms. Simpson said in a statement. "Yes, I work out and take care of myself, but I also like a cold beer once in a while." (Source)
“Spencer said he had no respect for Brody because he was always up Lauren’s ass,” the source says. After this classy exchange, Pratt and the rest of the cast headed for a celebratory dinner at Nobu.
But things got worse when Jenner found out what Pratt had said. “They almost brawled right there in Nobu,” says the source. “Spencer kept saying ‘I’m gonna choke him out.'" Luckily the squabble got under control and the guys managed to enjoy their dinners at separate tables. (Source)
Pitt, 44, is among the stars who will walk the red carpet gala at the festival for the North American premiere of his Coen Brothers' flick Burn After Reading on Sept. 5.
Meanwhile, Aniston, 39, is scheduled to attend the Toronto fest to promote her romantic comedy Management — about a traveling art saleswoman fighting off the advances of a flaky motel manager — which is premiering Sept. 7. (Source)
"I'm clear," Applegate tells ABC News' "Good Morning America" in an interview airing Tuesday. "Absolutely 100 percent clear and clean. It did not spread. They got everything out, so I'm definitely not going to die from breast cancer." (Source)
Your evil spawn Angelina Jolie and her vacuous hubby Brad Pitt make about $40 million a year in violent, psychopathic movies and give away three of it to starving children, trying to look as if they give a crap about humanity as they spit out more dunces that will consume more than their fair share and wreck the earth even more. (Source)It takes a special kind of crazy to force me into a position of supporting Jolie and Pitt, but give me a fucking break: $3 million is a helluva lot more than Barr donates with her nonexistent career (last television appearance, "My Name is Earl," two years ago), and it's not like they don't make enough money to support their children, whereas Barr has five children of her own (from four marriages) who I imagine will wreak a lot more white-trash havoc on the Earth than a few adopted African children. And as to the "violent, psychopathic movies"? Wasn't she in one of the Nightmare on Elm Street flicks? And given the amount of plastic surgery she's undergone in her lifetime, calling someone else "vacuous" is rich. Real fucking rich.
These wild-eyed dudes walked up to me and my girlfriend and one of them whipped out a carpet knife and demanded money."
Bonaduce, a martial arts expert, adds, "I'm tough, but I'm not invincible. I couldn't run because I was exhausted, so I decided to stand my ground. I said to the guy, 'There are two kinds of guys who carry knives - the kind who aren't afraid to stab someone and the kind who don't have it in them. I don't think you have it in you.'" Bonaduce approached the man, and was attacked, before the thugs fled. The star - who wasn't seriously hurt - adds, "The guys took off running, and I let them go because I was too tired to go after them. (Source)
“I don’t want to talk about (what happened), but I have definitely experienced abuse in a way that I would tell people to take their heart and run.”
“Jessica was well-developed, and every guy in high school wanted her and practically every girl hated her,” a source told the Enquirer. “Jessica put on a brave face, but it was a campaign of terror that just devastated her.” (Source)
"If you guys are going to run stuff and run every lie under the sun, have somebody stand up for somebody," the singer challenged. "Have me as a man who ended a relationship stand here and write some truth. Have me stand up for somebody and write that Jennifer Aniston is the smartest, most sophisticated person I think I've ever met.
"I'm sorry that the story's not interesting," the 30-year-old added. "But it's about time that somebody stands up for that girl and I think she's great."
Mayer snapped at a reporter who asked if he's dating anyone else. "Why are you asking me that question? I'm being as honest as I can possibly can be," he responded. "I ended a relationship because there is no lying. I ended a relationship to be alone because I don't want to waste somebody's time if something's not right. I don't waste people's time.
"I don't do 'the taper,'" he continued. "I guarantee you [that] 20 percent of the people on this street right now who are in a relationship wish they could get out but they don't know how. And I'm going to be honest on the way in to my relationships and I'm going to be honest on the way out of my relationships." (Source)
“You can’t understand how a woman seeing a man who has been separated from his wife [Rosetta Getty] for months can cause such a scandal. It’s awful, I can’t tell you. You wonder when it’s all going to stop.” (Source)
"We all have so much fun together. I’m so lucky," she tells this weekend's Page Six magazine. "My dad and Ashton get along — it’s not weird. There’s no jealousy or drama.
"If we weren’t all entirely morally opposed to doing a reality show," she adds, "I guarantee it would be the best-selling reality show ever.” (Source)
"I said, 'Wow, this girl is angry.' And then I said, 'Oh man, I think it's Alanis,'" Coulier tells the Calgary Herald. "I listened to the song over and over again, and I said, 'I think I have really hurt this person.'"
Inundated with press calls, he says he tried to get a hold of her — and eventually got through. "I said, 'Hi. Uh, what do you want me to say?'" he recalls. "And she said, 'You can say whatever you want.'"
Eventually, he says, "we saw each other and hung out for an entire day. And it was beautiful. It was one of those things where it was kind of like, 'We're good.'" (Source)
"This statement is to say that, after so much speculation and comments, the actors ... are indeed expecting a baby at the start of next year," Garcia Bernal's production company, Canana Films, said in a statement. (Source)
The hit reality show, “Wife Swap,” is doing a national casting call for the ULTIMATE Cornhole Family to represent the sport on the show! We are looking for fun, outgoing and entertaining families with big personalities that love to play Cornhole - and who would be excited to share their lifestyle with another deserving family! (Source)Wife swapping and cornholing! ABC is one kinky fucking network. Maybe they can find the Bukkake family during casting.
"Who could have sex the longest," he told us in a soft voice and with a straight face, while looking into our eyes. "I think that's an event I can do well in. And probably who could stay up the longest. Just so you know, that's supposed to be funny," he added as an afterthought. "Even though I am serious."
Idiots (Noun) Bloggers. Or Brooke Hogan. I can't tell.
A confession: Aside from what I glance at when I occasionally post about her, or from what my WIMB colleague writes, I don't know shit about Brooke Hogan. She's Hulk's daughter, and she wears a lot of bikinis. And her Dad likes to play in her crack. That's the extent of my knowledge on the subject. That is, until I ran across this post on her blog, which I'm guessing sums her up pretty well. Here's some tasty excerpts:
First of all lets address my 'voting" comment- first of all opinions are like (you know whats)-everyone has one. I decided to make a very blunt comment. Notice how i said "I know IIIIII couldn't do it cause I'd be pms-ing and freaking out all the time" ....Honestly I'd LOVE to meet a woman with NO emotional problems....but thats not the point...but its true. LOL Second- Only 54 percent of eligible american voters cast their ballots!!!!!! Half of them are only voting cause its "cool " to vote for so and so...they aren't even up to date on information. I'M personally not up to date on the facts, so I don't wanna make a stupid choice for our country. I WANT to vote but only when I know exactly whats going on. More ppl should think like that. Paris Hilton said "yaaaay go vote cause its cool and hott!!!!" ...SHE WASN'T EVEN REGISTERED. seriously.
What the fuck is she saying? Halfway through that paragraph, my brain jumped out of my skull and slapped the shit out of me for making me read it. Has she ever taken a grammar class? Has she ever attended any class? There's ample evidence therein suggesting that certain people should be kept away from not only the voting booth, but a keyboard.
But, here's my favorite excerpt:
I hate blogs but I love mine. Cause I can be F-in REAL with people!!!! ,,, [Bloggers] are teaching our young generation how to be catty , obtain false ways of thinking and wrong ways of treating people...not to mention giving them horrible self image to look up to and horrible life choices that they are being taught to make led by an example from IDIOTS.
Let me just reiterate the last line: "They are being taught to make led by an example from IDIOTS."
Is English her second language, or am I so big of an IDIOT that I just can't make sense of her eloquence? Ask Brooke what irony means, she'll tell you, "Of or relating to the taste of iron."
But, per the lawsuit filed today in U.S. District Court in Miami, Hilton—who was also listed as an executive producer—owes $75,000 in damages for failing to provide "reasonable promotion and publicity" for the movie. (Source)
"We were both small-town people doing very big things, and we relied on each other, dealing with fame," she says of Romo. "I don't know. The phone will ring and it'll be him, and I'll maybe not answer." (Source)
“Not only might it happen, it will happen,” Timothy P. Shriver, chairman of the Special Olympics, said of the expected push for a boycott. Speaking by phone, Mr. Shriver said he planned to be in Los Angeles with representatives of his group and others to picket the movie’s premiere on Monday evening in this city’s Westwood district.
A particular sore point has been the film’s repeated use of the term “retard” in referring to a character, Simple Jack, who is played by Mr. Stiller in a subplot about an actor who chases an Oscar by portraying a mindless dolt. (Source)
“Until dogs and cats can go on the pill or wear condoms, we need to help them practice safe sex — by spaying and neutering,” says Jameson. “Millions of homeless animals are turned in to shelters every year because there simply aren’t enough good homes for them all. The answer is easy as ABC: animal birth control, which means get Fido and Fluffy fixed!” (Source)
"That's fertile ground, so to speak. So we're gonna plant. It's gonna be in the orchards and it's gonna bear some wonderful fruit. "When I was in Australia, they had a placenta tree that was on the river... and all the placentas of all that tribe, all that clan - whatever aboriginal tribe that was - all the placentas went under that one tree.
"It was this huge behemoth of just health and strength. This tree was just growing taller and stronger above the rest of Mother Nature around it. It was gorgeous." (Source)
Kevin Costner stars as Bud Johnson, an apathetic, beer slinging, lovable loser, who is coasting through a life that has passed him by, except for the one bright spot in his mundane existence, his precocious, over achieving twelve-year old daughter, Molly. She takes care of them both, until one mischievous moment on Election Day, when she accidentally sets off a chain of events which culminates in the presidential election coming down to one vote, her dads.
The couple's stylist Jeanne Yang confirms to Usmagazine.com that they are Cruise's Prps Jeans.
"It's the new look Katie is going for," a source tells Us. A reason Holmes has been rolling them up? She's 5'9" and Cruise is 5'7".
"Nick and I loved each other," Miley said now of her former flame. "We still do, but we were in love with each other. For two years he was basically my 24/7. But it was really hard to keep it from people. We were arguing a lot, and it really wasn't fun."
The couple's breakup at the end of 2007 left Miley in quite a state, which prompted her to make a major style change. "At first I bawled for a month straight. I was so sad. I just went into this weird funk. And I dyed my hair black. (Source)
MediaTakeOut.com just caught wind that the popular dating site WhosDatedWho.com is reporting that Bill O'Reilly's wife used to be Flavor Flav's pop off. And it gets worse. Since she and Bill O'Reilly got married in 1995, that means she was getting it in with the human cockroach before he got his VH1 show. (Source)
"It seemed to me to be like a product of extreme sexism, and I kept thinking to myself, 'God, if this was just, like, Kal Penn or George Clooney or any of the other (Obama) surrogates or supporters ... there wouldn't be (any) question about it. Nobody would even talk about it," she said. (Source)
"I want to do something dark or a comedy. There's tons of icons that I would love to work with on something new and exciting."
Lori Cerasoli is paid $2,000 a day to be Lohan's 'sober companion', traveling everywhere with the star, to help her resist the temptation of alcohol and drugs. And Lohan's father Michael claims Cerasoli has helped turn the 22 year old's life around. He says, "I give her most of the credit for the positive influence around my daughter." (Source)
‘I told him he could have me or a model without a brain. The obsession with weight today is just incredible. Curves have gone out of the window and I don’t understand it." (Source)
I've been asked again and again for my response to the now infamous McCain celebrity ad. I actually have three responses. It is a complete waste of the money John McCain's contributors have donated to his campaign. It is a complete waste of the country's time and attention at the very moment when millions of people are losing their homes and their jobs. And it is a completely frivolous way to choose the next President of the United States.
"You know she wasn't the kind that played with dolls and then all of the sudden she has all of these children," actor Jon Voight, 69, said on Fox & Friends Thursday.
"She loves kids though," he added. "She's very playful. It's wonderful." (Source)
Letterese calls the church a "crime syndicate" and wants it broken up under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization law, just as the feds have broken up Mafia families.
He singles out Cruise, who's made no secret of his religion, saying that Scientology head David Miscavage is "aided and abetted by the actions of Tom Cruise, his right-hand man for foreign and domestic promotion, as well as for foreign and domestic lobbying.
Karin Pouw, a spokeswoman for the Church of Scientology, told us: "This is a frivolous suit based on falsehoods." (Source)