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Yesterday Rosie O’Donnell appeared on “Oprah” to promote her new HBO documentary, “A Family Is a Family Is a Family,” which is about the diversity of families around the world today. In the clip above, she opens up about her split from longtime partner Kelli Carpenter, and how she thinks lesbian divorces can be different from straight ones. Keep reading »
It’s raining, it’s pouring, and I don’t give a crap because “The Bachelor” is on tonight! Who will Jake continue to woo, despite being the most boring Bach in the history of EVER? And will the show, which has been surprisingly enjoyable, start to be a snore now that Michelle is gone? Let’s hope one of these other chickadees reveals her inner bunny boiler during tonight’s episode, which starts at 8 pm EST. Let’s enjoy it together, shall we? Keep reading »
At France’s NRJ music awards show yesterday, the Black Eyed Peas were, uh, accidentally announced as the winners of Best International Group. But no one came on stage to pick up the award—I guess even the Peas themselves were not under the illusion that they’re “best group” caliber. The presenters realized their mistake and re-awarded the prize to German band Tokio Hotel. The Black Eyed Peas did win the award for best international song for “I Gotta Feeling” though, so that was hopefully some consolation. [NY Daily News]
I feel kinda bad for the Black Eyed Peas. It’s kinda like that time when my mom wanted me to cry in a home movie, so she gave me a biscuit and then took it away from me. But at least they’re not the only ones who’ve been falsely awarded. After the jump are some award snafus from the past. Keep reading »
“Look, this is an industry that perpetuates the concept of whoredom. I mean, you take some 16-year-old laying on the floor in chains like she’s been gang-banged by a bunch of Russian businessmen—that’s called an ad campaign. But when it happens in real life, we freak out. I mean, ‘Oh my God, a woman had sex for money!’ What about every [trophy wife] that goes to Bergdorf?”
Kelly Cutrone, PR guru and star of the upcoming reality show “Kell On Earth,” on the hypocrisy of the crap she received from the fashion industry when she sat call girl Ashley Dupre in the front row during Fashion Week [NYMag.com] Keep reading »
So, it isn’t Hump Day, but this blind item just can’t wait until then.
All the talk this week will be about Goat and Pillow, but as they weren’t married, this is just a breakup and division of assets, both live and inanimate. Far more complex and interesting is the ongoing saga of Chip and Grin, who are now living completely apart with a new agreement signed and sealed. She has the kid/s full time, which was a major triumph for her. Where did she get so much leverage? She found out that her marriage isn’t valid in the US and that Grin is planning on abetting a criminal pal (and alleged lover) of his out of the country and into a private love shack.
This past Saturday, the celebs took to the red carpet for the second time in two weeks, this time for the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? Click through the slideshow to see what all the pretty ladies wore — from the simply stellar to the totally tragic.
Mischa Barton is not doing so well. Apparently, she owes three months’ rent on her $7,000-a-month New York apartment. She signed the one-year lease in September, when her show “The Beautiful Life” wasn’t canceled yet—she also has a place in Los Angeles. Now Barton’s NY landlord is suing her for the 21K in rent, plus legal fees. [Huffington Post]
I can’t even imagine what a $7,000-a-month apartment looks like. It had better have a solid gold toilet and naked man servants. But Mischa’s not the only one with rent troubles. After the jump we have a few more celebs who couldn’t pay the rent.