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 »
“Oh, yeah. At least in your head, your fire burns as brightly. Let’s not kid ourselves. God bless [Catherine Zeta-Jones] that she likes older guys. And some wonderful enhancements have happened in the last few years — Viagra, Cialis — that can make us all feel younger.”
– Michael Douglas chats with AARP The Magazine about how his desire doesn’t always match his energy. [AARP The Magazine via TrèsSugar] 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.
While the characters are obvious (Brad, Angelina, Tom, and Katie), the gossip — if true, which, who knows? — is juicy. [Blind Gossip] Keep reading »
As they say in wax museums, one day you’re in, and the next day … [Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, Berlin, 1/25/10] Keep reading »
Robert Pattinson debuted a full beard during the Hope for Haiti Now telethon. Should he lose it or keep it? [London, 1/23/10] Keep reading »
Breaking news: Tiger Woods, his wife and his mistress might all actually be 8th graders. They’re sure acting like it!
Sources tell The Daily Beast that right before The National Enquirer printed a story about Woods’ affair with Rachel Uchitel, he warned Elin Nordegren about the story and put her on the phone with Uchitel, assuming she could convince his wife that there was no affair. Their cover story, apparently, was that Woods and Uchitel had only met once or twice on social occasions. (Buddy, when your wife believes your mistress’s word before she believes your word, you have problems.) Nordegren allegedly once spoke on the phone with Uchitel for half an hour, but didn’t completely believe the hooey that their relationship was platonic. Sources say that the couple bickered about an alleged affair on Thanksgiving night until Woods allegedly got tired of bickering and popped an Ambien to fall asleep. Keep reading »
You know what sitcom star trend must stop, instantly? Domestic violence. Following in Charlie Sheen’s not-so-shiny footsteps, Gary Coleman of “Diff’rent Strokes” was arrested for domestic violence over the weekend in Utah. He and wife Shannon Price, who he met on the set of a movie called “Church Ball,” have a history of issues—they appeared on “Divorce Court” in 2008 to air their grievances and, in 2009, Shannon was picked up for DV. Coleman was apparently arrested in the incident as well, and was cited, but never appeared in court—meaning there was a warrant out for his arrest. So when the police were called to their house again over a “domestic disturbance,” he was carted off to jail. And he’s still there, awaiting a $1,725 bail. Last night, he apparently had a hot dog and chili for dinner? Let’s just hope Webster isn’t next. [People, TMZ] Keep reading »
Saturday night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards were pretty ho-hum with, well, all of the major movie acting awards going to exactly the same people who won them at the Golden Globes—outstanding actress Sandra Bullock, outstanding actor Jeff Bridges, outstanding supporting actress Mo’Nique and outstanding supporting actor Christoph Waltz. But was it just me, or did everyone at the awards show come off as major horndogs? There was Michael C. Hall, who won for best actor in a drama, saying, “I want to thank my wife for wearing that dress,” which, whatever, he’s two-thirds of the way through cancer treatment, so he can do what he wants. Not as cute? Woody Harrelson sucking face with his wife during the nominations for his category, outstanding supporting actor. Mo’Nique was also in the kissing spirit, planting one on Aunt Dot, Christoph Waltz and Morgan Freeman before accepting her award. Betty White also got a little randy. Accepting the lifetime achievement award, she said, “I am still to this day starstruck. I look out at this audience and I see so many famous faces. But what really boggles my mind is that I actually know many of you. And I’ve worked with quite a few. Maybe had a couple.” And then there was Sandra, who called out her hubby Jesse James in her acceptance speech. “I love you so much,” she said. “And you’re really hot. I want you so much!” Thanks for letting us know, Sandy?
What did you think—sweet or get a room, folks? Keep reading »