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Sandra Sez There Is No Sex Tape — Do We Believe Ian Halperin Rumors Anymore?

Sandra Bullock has stayed quiet as a field mouse for weeks. But then a particularly nasty rumor started circulating—that she made some stomach-turning sex tapes with Jesse James—which she just couldn’t let slide. And so this morning, she told People, “There is no sex tape. There never has been one, and there never will be one.” And I gotta say that I believe her, as the alleged details of the vid (after the jump, naturally) are just way too gross. [NY Post]

So where did this rumor come from? From celebrity gossipmonger Ian Halperin, who’s written nine books including Who Killed Kurt Cobain?, Celine Dion: Behind the Fairytale, and Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson. Halperin’s claims about celebrities have always been salacious. And a few have proven correct—he predicted Michael Jackson would die less than a year before he actually did. But lately, his theories have gotten over-the-top. Should we believe this guy any more? After the jump, a selection of his recent tidbits. Keep reading »

Read An Exclusive Excerpt From “Brangelina”

Everyone knows who Brangelina is — the dynamic and altogether gorgeous Hollywood couple comprised of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. But what’s behind the couple … and is there a proverbial Oz — a man behind the curtain that is Brangelina? Ian Halperin examines this in his book Brangelina: The Untold Story of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and PopEater is exclusively running an excerpt from the book that takes a look at the man credited with creating the supercouple’s image and reputation. Read more Keep reading »

Sex And Drugs At Cirque Du Soleil

Yes, I buy American Apparel clothing from time to time. No, I am not a fan of their ad campaigns—I refer to them as “hipster porn.” When I heard about their sleazebag CEO, Dov Charney, and his alleged sexual indiscretions with employees, I was even less motivated to spend $50 on assless tights. But I am a longtime fan of Cirque du Soleil and their amazing combo of acrobatics, dance, and performance. So I was kind of shocked when I heard about the new unauthorized, tell-all biography, called Guy Laliberté: The Fabulous Story of the Creator of the Cirque du Soleil about Cirque’s impresario. Apparently, he adds a whole new meaning to the term “circus freak.”‘ Could this clown be the next Dov Charney? [Independent] Keep reading »

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