I know you were all just dying to know what your girl Tara Reid‘s been up to, and I can say with conviction, that it’s way better than any crazy thing you could think of. What could possibly top the Frankenboob incident? A lame tooth. Literally, a lame tooth. According to In Touch Weekly:
It seems nothing — and we mean nothing — can ruin a good time for party girl extraordinaire Tara Reid. According to an eyewitness at the Oasis Beach Club in India, Alkif., on April 14, Tara, 35, was having a ball when one of her front teeth popped out. Instead of calling it a night, “Tara got on her hands and knees and searched the floor,” says the witness, “and when she found it, she pulled out some glue, glued it back in and just continued partying!”
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“American Pie” is a late-’90s classic. But “American Pie 2″ and “American Wedding,” the concept’s second and third parts? Well, they were pretty abysmal. And don’t even remind me of the straight-to-DVD spin-offs “American Pie: The Naked Mile,” “American Pie: Band Camp,” and “American Pie: Beta House.” Universal Pictures isn’t deterred, though. They are looking to reboot the franchise 12 years later, with a fourth installment that will veer truer to the original. Jason Biggs, Seann William Scott, and Eugene Levy have already signed on the dotted line for the new movie and deals are in the works for Tara Reid, Chris Klein, Mena Suvari, and Jennifer Coolidge. Alyson Hannigan may or may not be involved.
This news comes a day after Seann William Scott announced that he was checking into a treatment center for “health and personal issues.” Actually, several of his original co-stars have had “personal issues,” haven’t they? Keep reading »
We probably could have predicted this, but Tara Reid has finally decided to pose for Playboy. Her reasoning behind doing the cover and a spread in the January issue? She wants us to know that her botched plastic body is fixed! Tara likened her bad plastic surgery to a broken bone. “I mean, it’s like breaking your arm,” she says. “I broke my arm and everyone knew about it, and then I got it fixed. And now my arm looks great! I think no-one really wanted to think I got fixed, or that I’m better, but I am and everything in my life is better now.” Great extended metaphor, Tara! Keep reading »