The big question women across the nation are dying to know the answer to is whether LeBron James will propose to his longtime girlfriend and children’s mother, Savannah Brinson, or will he find new love while in Miami — that’s according to Hollywood Life. I bet you weren’t even thinking about LeBron’s love life this week. Hollywood Life, however, thinks he should ditch Savannah, whom he has dated since high school, because if he hasn’t married her by now, then they must be unhappy and he must be a commitment-phobe. Newsflash, you don’t have to be married to make a commitment to each other or to be happy. Not only that, but what’s with this assumption that he’s the one who doesn’t want to get married? Keep reading »
Supposedly, Rachel Uchitel has always dreamed of posing for Playboy. Now that she’s been involved in sex scandals with two separate celebrities, Tiger Woods and David Boreanaz, it appears that she is getting her wish. According to reports, she has a Playboy photo shoot scheduled in three weeks. She won’t be baring all, but will supposedly be revealing her “backside and the topside.” I’m not quite sure what exactly that means, but I assume, as the British would say, you won’t be able to see her front bottom. Oh, and all this is after telling TMZ a while ago, “My family would have a heart attack. And I have to leave something to be desired.” Oops. [NY Daily News, Examiner] 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 »
Rachel Uchitel, who holds the dubious honor of being the first woman linked to Tiger Woods, has landed herself a new, hard-to-get gig as a reporter for “Extra.” Apparently, during a recent interview, she “so impressed producers that she’s been offered a job as a special correspondent,” explained a spokesperson for the show. In addition to covering nightlife hot spots, Rachel will get personal on the air—just not about Tiger—and discuss her quest to find a good man. [Radar]
This has me thinking—is being involved in a sex scandal a shortcut to a media career? Because Rachel isn’t nearly the only scandalite who seems to have been fast-tracked. Keep reading »
Breaking news: Tiger Woods, his wife and his mistress might all actually be 8th graders. They’re sure acting like it!
Sources tell The Daily Beast that right before The National Enquirer printed a story about Woods’ affair with Rachel Uchitel, he warned Elin Nordegren about the story and put her on the phone with Uchitel, assuming she could convince his wife that there was no affair. Their cover story, apparently, was that Woods and Uchitel had only met once or twice on social occasions. (Buddy, when your wife believes your mistress’s word before she believes your word, you have problems.) Nordegren allegedly once spoke on the phone with Uchitel for half an hour, but didn’t completely believe the hooey that their relationship was platonic. Sources say that the couple bickered about an alleged affair on Thanksgiving night until Woods allegedly got tired of bickering and popped an Ambien to fall asleep. Keep reading »