“For the past three years I been battling life. I felt as if I had no purpose to live (Thinking selfishly) until God gave me the illest gift of my life. No [Lamborghini], no [American Express Black Card] nothing amounts to my lil girl … My lil girl is getting BIG fast. I love every minute of it. She inspires me to go harder. Even made me treat my mother better, it’s like it made me into a man overnight.”
—Bow Wow, aka rapper Shad Moss, reveals that he has gone from the prefix Lil to having a li’l one of his own, a baby girl name Shai, who he had with his ex-girlfriend Joie Chavis. While the grammar and spelling here is atrocious, the sentiment almost made me tear up. So, so, so sweet. [Us Weekly, Toronto Sun] Keep reading »
Luann De Lesseps of “The Real Housewives of New York City” has abandoned her brunette cropped look for blond extensions, transforming her into Danielle Staub, formerly of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” Maybe Luann is thinking of taking up residence across the Hudson River? Keep reading »
Jennifer Aniston may play one of titular crappy bosses in the movie “Horrible Bosses.” But until she made it big on “Friends,” she could have been more accurately described as a “horrible employee.” In the press scramble for the movie, several reporters have asked her about her worst jobs and she’s given a few different answers. “I waited a lot of tables, and I wasn’t very good at that,” she told Marie Claire. “I dropped more than one Alpine burger in customers’ laps, and you just do not want all of that Swiss cheese and mushrooms in your pants.” She also wasn’t so hot at bike messengering—a profession I associate much more with tattooed guys than with America’s Sweetheart. “The toughest job I had was being a bike messenger in New York City,” Jennifer shared with Canwest News Service. “I was 19. [My lowest moment was] probably driving into a door that opened. I’m very uncoordinated and extraordinarily klutzy.” [Showbiz Spy, USA Today]
After the jump, more stars who say they were utter failures at the jobs they held before making it big.