Jennifer Lopez’s Ex-Husband Claims Home Videos Show Her “Deviant Behavior”

Jennifer Lopez has the life now—a great family and a rumored $12 million deal to be a judge next season on “American Idol“—but I still feel bad that in 1997 she married jerkface chef Ojani Noa. For years, they’ve done legal battle over 21 hours of video footage Noa shot of Jenny from the Block while they were husband and wife for 11 months. The footage allegedly contains a scene in which Noa spanks Jennifer. And now he’s revealing some more of what is on the tapes. Keep reading »

Tabloid Cheat Sheet: Is Halle Jealous Of Kim? Was Britney Abused By Jason?

This Thanksgiving, I went home to Michigan and hung out with my family, ate lots of food, and rolled around on the floor thinking about how I ate too much. I imagine your holiday was some close variation of this, maybe with a crazy uncle thrown in. Well, apparently we are doing Turkey Day wrong, because all the celebs spent their holiday on the beaches of beautiful places without a turkey in sight. Those stars who keep things local spent their down time working on getting comfy in their new relationships—Taylor and Jake included. You should probably look over this Cheat Sheet just so you can start planning your 2011 famous person Thanksgiving now. I imagine it takes a while to get a private jet and a celebrity squeeze. Keep reading »

Man Weds Dog

A lot of us love our dogs — ahem, Amelia — but not enough to marry them. Not the case for Aussie dude Joseph Guiso. Yesterday he married his best friend, Honey, a 5-year-old Labrador. He proposed to Honey when the pair were on a walk in the park and saw another couple getting married. He just couldn’t stand the idea of living with her out of wedlock anymore, so he popped the question. Honey said nothing, so he took that as a yes. Thirty of the couple’s closest friends and family gathered for the nuptials. “It’s not sexual. It’s just pure love,” Joseph told the guests. And then he kissed the bride. Honey had no comment. [The Chronicle] Keep reading »

What’s The Craziest Thing A Boss Ever Made You Do?

Maybe your boss has asked you to fetch coffee or pick up her dry cleaning, but chances are you’ve never had to do some of the crazy things that Leon Reynop has had to do. Reynop is a personal assistant for a very demanding film and television director who one morning asked him to find 200 tennis balls so that he could teach his girlfriend how to play tennis. The problem? The director wanted Reynop to spend less than $10 on them–and he wanted them before noon on the same day. Says Reynop:

“I hopped the fence at a country club with a basket I picked up at the grocery store and picked up like 30 orphan balls, I got chased by the tennis coach. Then I called a buddy who was a member at a country club, who knew a crooked groundskeeper, who sells balls he steals from the country club. I drove like 30 minutes and did this sketchy tennis ball transaction in his alley like I was buying a pound of cocaine and I had to haggle him down.”

Just another day in the life of a personal assistant. Keep reading »

Girl Talk: My Friend Crush Fell For Another Girl

When my guy friend recently became single, I saw a lot more of him. In fact, we were hanging out a lot and while sober. Seriously. We would just talk and the conversation was easy. So easy I was beginning to wonder if he was trying hard to get in my pants. I mean, he’s basically everything on paper I would want and my mom would love him, too. When does that magic ever happen?! He is manly, handsome, smart, and a good listener, but shy. Nagging in the back of my brain every time we hung out was this voice that kept saying, “Land this guy, you dumb slut!” Keep reading »

The Scarlet Bracelet

How would you feel about having your potty use at work monitored during your monthly menstrual cycle? In Norway, a workers union put together a shocking list of “tyrannical” bathroom monitoring practices, as Norwegian businesses seem to be overly concerned about losing productivity due to workers’ frequent trips to the restroom. One manager reportedly forced female employees to wear red bracelets while they had their periods to justify increased trips to the toilet. WHAT? WHAT? WHAT? Fortunately government officials were not cool with making women wear scarlet bracelets in the work place. “Women quite justifiably feel humiliated by being tagged in this way, so that all their colleagues are aware of this intimate detail of their private life. Toilet Codes relating to menstrual cycles are clear violations of privacy and is very insulting to the people concerned,” said Norway’s chief consumer ombudsman, Bjorn Erik Thon. Ya think? [Daily Mail] Keep reading »

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