Mariah Carey and Justin Bieber‘s “All I Want For Christmas” duet debuted last night during the Christmas tree lighting at Rockefeller Center. The best I can say about it is “feel good Christmas music” with a questionably appropriate music video.
Now, Mariah Carey is Mariah Carey. High notes and shaking her spray-tanned booty is what she’s about. It is the way of the world. I think her short-short-short Santa outfit in her “All I Want For Christmas” music video with Justin Bieber pushes the line of good taste. But hey, this is a grown woman obsessed with rainbows, stuffed animals and butterflies that we’re talking about.
No, my discomfort with the “All I Want For Christmas” music video is the flirtation between Mariah and Justin Bieber. Keep reading »
“I know it’s gonna surprise a lot of people to hear this … but Doug [Hutchinson] was legitimately concerned about some of the sexual content and how people might not be able to separate who he is as a person from the character he was playing.”
– Director Richard O’ Sullivan on Doug Hutchinson‘s moral and ethical reservations about starring in the “The Genesis of Lincoln,” a film about a director who has “a strange and scandalous relationship with the teenage pop star he casts.” Hmmm. The storyline sounds vaguely familiar. Some parts hit a little too close to home. I suppose he doesn’t want to be typecast for the rest of his career as “the lecherous dude who has a thing for teenage girls.” Ick. [ONTD]
We all want to believe that Demi Moore has found love again, just days after announcing her split from Ashton Kutcher. Yes, we do. My hunch is that beauty product mogul, Scott-Vincent Borba (of the BORBA skin care line), is not interested in “doing sex” with Demi Moore. According to Radar Online, the pair “started dating last week.” Meaning, they drink BORBA vitamin shakes, give each other facials (not the dirty kind), and watch Judy Garland movies together. Either way, we’re happy she has someone keeping her company during what is probably a rough time for her. [ONTD]
Courtney Stodden has been laying sorta low the last few weeks, going to church in miniskirts and whatnot, but she’s back on my radar this week after sitting down for an interview with The Fab Life. Court tells the website the obvious, which is that her career aspiration is to bring back classic Old Hollywood glamour. Done and done, sister. What’s next? [The Fab Life]