“American Idol” star Kara DioGuardi laid herself bare for the newest issue of Allure — literally.
The judge, along with”Grey’s Anatomy” doc Jessica Capshaw, singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat and “Entourage” hottie Emmanuelle Chriqui posed naked for the magazine. Read more … Keep reading »
So, it turns out that Deann McClung—who claimed Jesse James forced her to have sex with him—isn’t the only former employee to sue Mr. Vanilla Gorilla. Apparently, Merliee Gerth, aka Mistress #5, did too. Sometime after their affair ended, Merliee was fired from West Coast Choppers and she hired Gloria Allred to represent her in a sexual harassment suit against Jesse. In addition to those text messages released yesterday, she kept another piece of proof—a shirt that allegedly had Jesse’s, uh, DNA on it. “Jesse and Merilee dated for a little while years before he met Sandra, so Jess said that it was an old shirt from when they dated,” a source tells Radar. “But Merilee was able to prove by the design and make of the shirt that it was something current and didn’t exist back when they dated.” The case was supposedly settled out of court for $700,000. [Radar]
Oh, but that’s not all. Apparently, Sandra Bullock once met Merliee. Once, when the “happy” couple was at the Long Beach Grand Prix, Jesse supposedly invited Merliee to their box, where the two women chatted. Guh-ross. [NY Post] Keep reading »
The current issue of New York magazine includes an expose on the real lives of women who are using sex to get paid and get famous. No, they’re not prostitutes, but if you haven’t heard their names already, that’s only because there’s so damn many of them out there these days. From Vegas “nightlife hostess” and Tiger Woods paramour Rachel Uchitel to Manhattan clubs’ so-called “bottle hookers,” it seems that if you want to get your name in the Post these days, it’s not about being a socialite, it’s sure not about having talent, and you don’t even have to have slept with an elected official. All you need to do is have sex with or use your sexuality to hustle the right guy, and not only are you a player in the “21st century courtesan economy,” thanks to the internet, everybody will know your name. Keep reading »
With the recent onslaught of celeb infidelity, we’ve seen the term “sex rehab” slinking into headlines with alarming frequency. David Duchovny kicked off the trend last year — the “X Files” star spent two months in treatment for his self-proclaimed sex addiction. Duchovny and wife Tea Leoni separated briefly but appear to be going strong months after their reconciliation.
Of course, the two gentlemen keeping sex rehab in the news right now are Tiger Woods and Jesse James; only time will tell if their efforts have paid off in the public eye (or in their blemished relationships). Because both men moved so quickly from scandal to treatment facility, we have to wonder — is checking into rehab simply a gesture of remorse, or does the program really work? Read more … Keep reading »
Yesterday, Tiger Woods sat down for the first press conference in which reporters could actually ask him questions. Sadly, of the 48 questions pitched at Tiger, most of them were soft balls (sorry for the mixed sports metaphors), like “How did it feel to win tournaments while leading a secret life?” and “What will you do to show more respect for the game in the future?” [ESPN]
After the jump, the questions we would’ve asked Tiger had we been let into the room. Keep reading »