Tommy Lee wants to be your history teacher. No, like, for reals. Everyone’s favorite Motley Crüe drummer and Pamela Anderson sex tape co-star is developing a new reality series for SyFy called “Culture Shock with Tommy Lee.” The concept of the series is that Tommy will travel to an exotic locale to learn all about the rituals and traditions of a secret society. “This is the first show that I’ve been a part of that will blow our minds and reveal things that will explain almost all our questions,” Lee says. “I’m very excited to be partnering with Syfy on this show. It’s going to be an amazing experience for all involved.” I can already picture him tagging his name on Stonehenge. [EW] Keep reading »
“We understand you refuse to release this frustrated whale because he is your chief sperm bank, and we know from SeaWorld’s own director of safety … that the way you get his sperm is by having someone get into the pool and masturbate him with a cow’s vagina filled with hot water. Even in my wildest days with Motley Crue, I never could’ve imagined something so sick and twisted.”
—Tommy Lee sounds off in a letter to Sea World about an issue that keeps him up at night—the fact that they haven’t released killer whale Tilikum into the wild and use him for his sperm. Tilikum pulled 40-year-old trainer Dawn Brancheau underwater last year and drowned her, and has been linked to two other trainer deaths as well. [Newser] Keep reading »
“If it’s a good sex tape, I’ll watch it … I like some adult stars. I have a couple favorites. But I will say this: That Tommy Lee/Pamela Anderson video wasn’t very good. I wouldn’t f**k Tommy Lee.”
– Taylor Momsen on her interest in pornography and one of the first celebrity sex tapes to make headlines. As someone who has seen the Tommy Lee/Pam Anderson sex tape, I am going to have to agree with 17-year-old Taylor. Tommy Lee is better at making the mangina than he is at making whoopie. Three words: two pump chump. [Dlisted] Keep reading »
“I have tortured myself over [my relationship with Tommy Lee] for years and was devastated and depressed for much of the last 15 years about that. It’s mostly about the kids. I think I’ve just tried to attach myself to anybody who’d create a family, but the people I attracted weren’t really the fairy tale I planned. I think I’d just rather be alone and take care of my kids and wait it out. Something will happen one day. If not, my kids will look after me. … [Being single] is a lot less annoying. It’s nice. I have interesting, intelligent men to flirt with and then I come home. And I enjoy it.”
—Pamela Anderson on being a single mother. Does this mean she broke up with that electrician? [Celebitchy] Keep reading »
A while ago, we shared with you Kristen Wiig reading
from Suzanne Somers’ book of sex poetry, from a reading series called “Celebrity Autobiography.” Here is Will Forte of “SNL” reading from The Dirt
, Motley Crue’s autobiography—he picked a section by Tommy Lee about meeting Heather Locklear. Some interesting notes: They were introduced by his accountant, the brother of her dentist, which is very rock and roll? Also, Tommy was taken with her because she was not the kind of girl he could have group sex in a jacuzzi with. Awww. [Asylum
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Holy hotness—Johnny Depp is on the cover of Vanity Fair that’s coming out tomorrow. And this dude really can’t get enough of the Caribbean. After filming three movies there, in 2004, he decided to buy his own private island in the Bahamas. Depp and his family bask in the sun on Little Hall’s Pond Cay Island, which has six beaches. Three are named after members of Johnny’s family, another is called “Brando,” and yet another is “Gonzo” after his idol and friend, Hunter S. Thompson. Johnny likes to keep things in the family. His 156-foot yacht is dubbed Vajoliroja—a word made-up of syllables of his family’s names.
Interestingly, many celebs own private islands. I guess they need somewhere paparazzi-free to escape from all the parties, premieres, and their own fabulousness? Here are a few celebs that sunbathe in solitude.
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