Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
Not that Perez Hilton is publishing the most poetic prose ever, but just so you know, he’s got a ghost writer—or two, or three. See, the celebrity blogger let the name ‘Jonathan Lewandowski’ appear in a post back in February and this was a bad thing because Hilton had an agreement with Lewandowski, a young blogger, to never do so. On a twisted side note: apparently Hilton also had an agreement to promote Lewandowski’s blog on his site in exchange for sex tapes? But I digress. So Lewandoski saw his name on Hilton’s site, got himself into a tizzy, and filed a lawsuit in a Los Angeles court. “Nay!” Perez Hilton said when he learned of the suit because it was not him who wrote that post, but his sister, Barbara Lavandeira. In the past, Perez has said that his sister “is my assistant and helps a little bit.” But this suit certainly makes it seem like she has a much bigger hand in the site than Perez has copped to. So why won’t he let his sis or any others get credit? It’s not like he has such a great reputation to keep in check… [Defamer] Keep reading »
A call girl who worked for the same escort agency from which disgraced New York Governor Eliot Spitzer procured call girls and who saw Spitzer as a client is claiming that she serviced the needs of another unnamed governor. According to a New York call girl named “Annie,” described as an “elegant blond courtesan,” she met with “Gov. X” three times. The governor is married, and a representative told a reporter that Gov. X had never called upon a hooker for sexual services. Annie contends otherwise, claiming her former boss, ex-madam Kristin Davis, booked her with the unidentified governor through a man who went by “Michael.” He picked her up in a sports car, they all went to dinner, and then she and the governor went to an apartment that the agency maintained and had sex. “He was a very standard client. He didn’t take the full hour. There was no exchange of money. Michael handled the payment.” After several more dates, Annie found out the governor was married, and “His wife is quite prominent in her own right.” So, who is it? Gawker has a list of some possibilities. I’m putting my money on Pennsylvania governor Rendell, whose wife is a federal judge, but who knows. With jaws wagging, only time will tell. [New York Daily News] Keep reading »
“16 And Pregnant”: it’s not just an MTV reality show, it’s also America’s scary reality! A Centers for Disease Control report just came out which discovered teen pregnancy increased in recent years. Teen birth rates rose during 2006 and 2007, after having decreased from 1991 to 2005.
- Jon Gosselin went to dinner with a woman that wasn’t Hailey Glassman. [Dlisted] — Playa, playa? I don’t think so.
- Nick Lachey insists there is no reunion planned between him and ex-wife Jessica Simpson, even though they’re both single now, but he wishes her the best. [People]
- Christina Milian finally confirmed that she does have plans to wed music producer The-Dream. [Us Weekly] — He’s not at all who I’d picture her with because he looks a little soft.
Some of the funniest ladies ever — i.e. Amy Poehler, Sarah Silverman, Christina Applegate, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Mary-Louise Parker and Jane Krakowski — got together for an Emmy round table and it’s pretty adorable. Suck it, Christopher Hitchens! Keep reading »
Virgo (August 23 – September 22)
Whatever issue has been pressing hard into your pretty little mind is finally going to go away, as clarity is coming. This week a revelation is in store for you, opening your world to more fated and fabulous possibilities. Seems all the things that were frustrating you will be easily disposed of and laughed at shortly. Thank goodness, logic comes in exactly when you need it.
Libra (September 23 – October 22)
Among your friends with benefits and stockpiles of booty call options, there will be someone in that mix that has a serious possibility of wowing your panties off in a way that is deeper than just orgasm — rocking you to the core and making you do a big ole double take. Yes, what could be happening is that you find what you need has been right under your nose this entire time.
Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)
Love and all that other crap can go bite it this week, because that won’t be where you get your thrills. Seems your gratification will come through career dealings or anything regarded as being in the public eye. While it seems you’ll be hot, it’s more of a, “Look, don’t touch!” vibe and frankly, you’ll most likely find this voyeuristic thrill to feel better than sex.
Sagittarius (November 22 – December 21)
Boredom happens fast in your world and thankfully so. After all, you know what you want and if you aren’t feeling it fast, you know you won’t ever feel it at all. However, this week an opportunity to go off a beaten path will strike. It might not hit like lightening that you should take this route, but for sh*ts and giggles, do it! Answers will come in time.
Capricorn (December 22 – January 19)
Ultimatums are so dramatic and rarely do they ever give the person giving it the satisfaction they want. After all, being forced isn’t cool, sexy or romantic — and that is what you should keep in mind this week when someone tries to powerball you into doing as he wants. Joke is on him; show him his bark is WAY bigger than his bite.
Aquarius (January 20 – February 18)
Happy bonding times are in store for you, as you and your baby get more romantic than ever, opening up discussions that bring you further into your future than you ever allowed yourself to think with him. Seems commitment is on the agenda and cracking open this nut will finally break the tension to truly allow you to be yourself.
Pisces (February 19 – March 20)
Batting your lashes is all the work you should have to put out this week to lure in the interesting prospects, as the less you do and the more you make them submit, the better the foundations you lay down to be able to trust the situation — as this is going to be one of those weeks were it’ll be harder to tell a sheep in wolf’s clothing. Actions are going to have to speak louder than words.
Aries (March 21 – April 19)
Your tastes won’t be quite the same, as it’ll be the underdog that somehow finds a way to pull at your heartstrings. While you won’t know what to say for yourself, in terms of whom you are falling for, the thing you will be grappling with is that you have fallen. Seems you do have a soft spot and that person that knows how to press it will be giving you a run for your money.
Taurus (April 20 – May 20)
Focuses get turned to the domestic front, as big steps towards shacking up happen — and if he isn’t bringing it up, feel free to drop the bomb first, because this page turner will prove to be a pinnacle point in which revelations are made and plans get set into motion. If you’re already living in sin, time to invest more into the situation. Yes, it’s all about stepping it up!
Gemini (May 21 – June 20)
Grand declarations are coming and the information you learn may shock and amaze you. Not everyone in your life is as he appears and when you uncover the shocking facts, it can lead to a deluge of lust or loathing. Either or, passions will run high and confusion will throw you into a tizzy. Of course, the drama will make you feel hot as hell too.
Cancer (June 21 – July 22)
The presentation of yourself will matter, so let vanity get the better of you. Time to pamper, preen, and polish yourself up; an attitude adjustment will do wonders for you soul and overall morale — and if there is anyway you’re going to get laid this week, it mean getting back in touch with your je ne sais quoi.
Leo (July 23 – August 22)
If ever there were going to be a lucky week for you, it’s this one. New beginnings and just flat out random luck will be working to give you exactly what you visualization. However, don’t waste this gift, like using it to lure in that underachieving hottie you’ve been eyeing at happy hour, but rather a sex god with his life together. Yes sister, this is the time to dream big!
Here’s proof that you can never read a guy, or never know what he’s really thinking. Last week, I participated in The New York Post‘s “Meet Market,” a weekly feature that sets up couples, and then reports on their dates. Aside from a horrible photo of me in a high-circulation newspaper (really…are my cheeks really that big and shiny?), the experience was enjoyable because I got a free meal, and for the first time ever, I also saw the honest report of the man’s side of the date. And let me tell you, it wasn’t at all what I expected. For starters, the moment I saw the photo, I knew my perception was off. During our date, a photographer came and had us act out different scenarios, for example, where we’re both happy and the date went great, or if I gave the evening a bad report, I would look bored and he would look amused, etc, etc. I was fairly sure that I would open my paper to see a picture of us both smiling. Wrong. There I am, beaming like a fool and my date, Travis, looking horrified. Oh no, I thought. He’s said something awful about me, I imagined, before I could even begin reading the article. Keep reading »