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“I still find it odd. Taking your clothes off in front of 150 people. I was naked more on set than I was in my own home. Well sure, I mean, you can get used to anything, can’t you? … As far as me being the sex object? I’m not really tired of that yet.”
On this week’s “Real Housewives of D.C.,” Michaele Salahi brewed up a new controversy. She claimed that she was once a Washington Redskins cheerleader and headed to a rehearsal for an alumni performance. Several of her castmates called BS—as did Terri Lamb, the president of the Redskins Cheerleaders Alumni Association. Lamb said, “We have no record that she ever was a Redskins cheerleader. She was listed on our 1991 roster at Ms. Salahi’s request and based on her misrepresentation to us.” Michaele says that the mix-up comes from the fact that she was actually a cheerleader in the ’80s—she tried to change the roster to make herself appear younger. But wait, I feel like we’ve heard this one before.
Meanwhile, a Michaele action figure is now for sale. And, apparently, she’s the one who pitched the idea. Keep reading »
Naturi Naughton, who some of you might recognize from the remake of “Fame” or as Lil Kim in “Notorious,” will be the first black character not in a service position (or a criminal) on “Mad Men.” There are no details on what her role will be, but we’re definitely going to tune in this Sunday and hope she makes it through several episodes. Naturi was also in the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical “Hairspray” and was one-third of the ’90s female singing group 3LW … that is, until she was forced out by other members Adrienne Bailon and Kiely Williams, who is also rumored to have thrown a plate of KFC at Naturi during a heated argument. Drama! [Just Jared] Keep reading »
Speaking of sitcoms, NBC Thursday nights have long been the place to go for ones that are hilarious versus merely tolerable if you need something to watch while painting your nails. We already love “Community”—Betty White will be guest starring tonight!—which joined old favorites “30 Rock” and “The Office” last year. And now NBC is adding another new sitcom to the lineup—”Outsourced” is the tale of your typical 20-something American guy who goes to leadership training to run a call center for a novelty products company, only to return and find that the center has been moved to India. Keep reading »