Morning Quickies: Demi Moore “Needed Reassurance All The Time”

  • People’s cover article about Demi Moore’s woes is not especially surprising, yet still quite sad. “As Demi got older, she convinced herself that she needed to stay young and skinny to remain attractive to her husband,” a source told the mag. “She needed reassurance all the time that she was hot and sexy.” Wait, you mean Hollywood is cruel to aging women? [People]
  • Don Cornelius, creator of “Soul Train,” died in California this morning of an apparent suicide. [Los Angeles Times]
  • Broadway star Samantha Barks, not Taylor Swift, will be playing Eponine in the “Les Miserables” movie. I guess Taylor has been uncast in the role? Or maybe she didn’t accept it? [Movieline]
  • TLC has ordered up a new show called “Preacher Wives” about “outspoken ladies” in Atlanta “who work to ensure that their churches run as smooth as Southern-churned butter.” [Jezebel]
  • Nick and Aaron Carter’s sister, Leslie Carter, died yeterdsay at age 25. [Celeb Dirty Laundry]
  • The 10 worst things that you can say in bed. Why isn’t saying another guy’s name not on this list?! [Em & Lo]
  • Rumors surfaced yesterday that animal abuser/Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick would be attending New York Fashion week, but it turns out his so-called publicist was just an imposter. [ The Cut]
  • Kevin Federline wants to do sitcoms. You’ve been warned. [Huffington Post]
  • Twelve male celebrities with Lana Del Rey lips. [Buzzfeed]
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