Quickies: Dior’s John Galliano Caught On Tape Saying “I Love Hitler” & A Pregnancy Pact?

Jessica Wakeman | February 28, 2011 - 8:00 pm
  • A video has been released of suspended Dior designer John Galliano slurring at patrons in a Parisian café with an anti-Semitic rant. Galliano can be heard saying “I love Hitler” and “People like you would be dead. Your mothers, your forefathers, would all be f**king gassed.” He also calls them “ugly.” (It’s unclear if this video is from the incident last week that led to Dior’s suspension of Galliano, or if it was filmed on a separate occasion.) Ugh, just throw him in the pokey with Mel Gibson. [Styleite]
  • Poor, poor Bielibers: Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber were photographed kissing in one of those old-timey photo boots at the Vanity Fair Oscars party. [Celebuzz]
  • MTV star Abram Boise from “Road Rules: South Pacific” was arrested in Massachusetts this weekend for peeing in public … and then pooped on his hands and wiped them on the walls of his jail cell. Get it together, Abram. Not even Ronnie from “Jersey Shore” would do that. [TMZ]

  • Oscar host Anne Hathaway was allegedly paid $750,000 to wear Tiffany jewels while hosting the show. But she’s not the only celeb who was paid six figures just to wear jewelry … [Us Weekly]
  • Charlie Sheen’s publicist has quit. Lindsay Lohan’s publicist can so relate. [TMZ]
  • Jake Gyllenhaal ran into exes Reese Witherspoon and Taylor Swift at the Oscars. It’s time to start dating bloggers instead, Jake! We never get invited to anything fancy. [Us Weekly]
  • Matthew Morrison from “Glee” debuted his first single, “Summer Rain” today and so did Willow Smith with her single, “21st Century Girl!” [Celebuzz, Celebuzz]
  • Oprah’s last show will air on May 25. Stock up on tissues now, people. [Young, Black And Fabulous]
  • I’m praying this “pregnancy pact” story is all B.S. [Media Takeout]
  • Who are some real dudes that would be better in the sack than Cosmo’s fake ones? [The Mary Sue]
  • Princess Leia tops the list of the top five feminist sci-fi heroines, duh. [Sexy Feminist]