February 10, 2009
Losing endorsements and facing possible jail time are the least of Chris Brown's problems. He can forget about working in the industry again now that he's on the bad side of Jay-Z and Timbaland. And frankly, if it proves true that he beat her up, he better keep one eye open at all times.
"I was young. I was stupid."
--A. Rod, on pumping his veins full of steroids
Owen and Kate are dating again. Didn't he learn the first time?
February 09, 2009
Chris Brown is under investigation for felony battery. As a result, he and Rihanna pulled out of the Grammys.
Tiger Woods welcomed a baby boy on Sunday.
The new Dancing With the Stars cast has been revealed.
Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy are engaged.
Kristy Swanson and Lloyd Eisler got hitched.
As for the Grammys, there were too many horrendous ensembles to even mention. I was very glad to see the Allison Krauss/Robert Plant album win big. Definitely a great one. Also, there's a big soft spot in my heart for Coldplay, so I was glad they won as well. However, can someone tell me why Brooke Hogan was invited? She's not even a D-lister anymore.
February 07, 2009
If you love the Oscars like I love the Oscars, you'll love Vanity Fair's Oscar blog, Little Gold Men.
February 06, 2009
Burger King is continuing its strategy of adding petite-sized, lower-cost items to its menu at a time when food prices have soared but consumers are strapped for cash. The fast food chain announced today that it will roll out new burger and breakfast "shots," or burgers in miniature sizes.
The sliders will come in a two-pack ($1.39) and a six-pack ($4.09) and will consist of a flame-broiled patty, ketchup, mustard, and two pickle slices, sandwiched between a plain bun. The fast food chain is also revving up its breakfast menu with BK Breakfast Shots. The breakfast sandwiches, which are available in a two-pack ($1.49) or a four-pack ($2.89) during the store's breakfast hours, contain egg, a "smoky cheese sauce," and a choice of ham, bacon, or a sausage patty.
Kelly Cutrone, the fashion czar on "The City" who also appears on MTV's "The Hills," is branching out. Cutrone inked an eight-episode deal with Bravo for a reality show based on her fashion p.r. company, People's Revolution. Magical Elves, the outfit behind mega- hits "Top Chef" and "Project Runway," will produce. Neither Cutrone nor Bravo would comment, though a source close to the production tells us the show will center around "strong women in the workplace."
I'd go work for her. She's a hard core, but tells it like it is.
Universal Pictures is sweet on "Candy Land."
Studio has set Etan Cohen to write and Kevin Lima to direct a live-action feature based on the enduring Hasbro board game.
Project is the first film to emerge from a deal made last February with Hasbro, whose properties are the basis for the summer films "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" and "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen."
The tyke-friendly board game isn't as obvious an inspiration for a movie project as those other Hasbro brands, but the studio has tapped talent adept at comedy and family fare. Lima most recently directed the Amy Adams starrer "Enchanted" after helming the animated features "Tarzan" and "102 Dalmatians." Cohen's recent script work includes "Tropic Thunder" and "Madagascar 2," and he most recently rewrote "The Fiance," the Burr Steers-directed romantic comedy that will star Anne Hathaway.
February 05, 2009
Demi Moore is unafraid of competition. While the star and her husband, Ashton Kutcher, were playing blackjack at the Hard Rock Hotel in Tampa, Fla., a fellow player asked Kutcher, "Have you seen the Hard Rock Girls calendar?" According to an onlooker, "Ashton told the guy he hadn't because he didn't want to piss off Demi." Our source heard Moore snap, "I don't give a [bleep] if you look at that thing."
Not to be topped by Noah Wylie and his polar bear commercial, Ashley Judd uses her celebrity to stop one of the most horrifying atrocities facing our nation: wolf killing.
February 04, 2009
--"Couldn't they have at least cast a real actress?" --Faye Dunaway upon hearing the news that Hillary Duff will be playing Bonnie in a remake of Bonnie and Clyde.
I'm in total agreement, Faye. Better yet--why the hell must Hollywood ruin classics w/ remakes?
Bobby Brown is prepping for kid #5.
Man, I miss Being Bobby Brown.
February 03, 2009
You sure can't tell that Rebecca Romijn gave birth to twins just 6 weeks ago. WOW.
"I engaged in behavior which was regrettable and demonstrated bad judgment. I'm 23 years old and despite the successes I've had in the pool, I acted in a youthful and inappropriate way, not in a manner people have come to expect from me. For this, I am sorry. I promise my fans and the public it will not happen again." --Michael Phelps
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