Celebs Who’ve Come To The Rescue Of Their Fellow Stars
Kiefer Sutherland, already on probation for a DUI, is in trouble again for allegedly head-butting designer Jack McCollough at a swanky nightclub in Soho on Tuesday. Sutherland channeled his inner two-year-old after McCollough bumped into Brooke Shields and didn’t apologize. This story would be cute if it was about small children, but it’s not. [NYDailyNews] Interestingly, this night-in-shining armor attitude is not uncommon among stars. Below, a few more celebs who have sallied forth to save the day.
|Jay Z, who discovered and mentored Rihanna, flipped out when he heard what Chris Brown allegedly did to his gal. A source quoted Jay as saying, “Chris is a walking dead man. He messed with the wrong crew.” [NYPost] — While we’re happy that Jay Z defended Rihanna and all, didn’t he sing “99 Problems”?|
|When Jessica Simpson became the size of a normal woman, instead of the size of a starving child, everyone freaked out. But Kim Kardashian defended Jessica’s curves. “I think she looks amazing,” Kardashian said. [People] — We give these gals props for representing all of us who aren’t super models and eat once in a while.|
|Turns out Brooke Shields is no stranger to celebrity defenders. When she wrote Down Came the Rain: My Journey Through Postpartum Depression, Scientologist Tom Cruise flipped his lid. He blasted anti-depressants and psychiatry. Rosie O’Donnell came to Shields’ defense, saying, “Stand tall, girl. You saved a lot of women by telling your truth.” [Hollywood.com] — Perhaps Cruise could benefit from some therapy himself.|
|When baby-faced Miley Cyrus did a racy photo shoot for Vanity Fair, there was oodles o’ controversy. Thankfully, Justin Timberlake spoke out, “Of course they’re going to pick on a wholesome, American, young female [at] the first sign of anything.” He added, “People want to take a photo, and that’s who you are for a year’s time. We’ve all become victims of that.” [Celebritique] — Cry me a river Justin.|