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Alyssa Milano

1Alyssa Milano’s pregnant with her second child

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Alyssa Milano and husband David Bugliari are already parents to a 2-year-old son named Milo (my dog’s name!!), but now he’s about to have a younger sibling, because they’re now expecting their second child!

From US Weekly:

“Alyssa is so excited to be pregnant again!” a source adds to Us. “She just recently started showing and has wanted to expand her family with David for a while.”

Well, that’s nice – and I legit mean that, because I know next to nothing about Alyssa Milano. What I do know is that this will most likely re-open the door to her feud with Jay Mohr, who was a fat-shaming asshole after she had her first baby. Ugh.

Alyssa seems nice, though, so congrats to the happy couple.

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March 22, 2014 at 8:30 am by Jennifer
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2Courtney Love Offers Valuable Advice to Amanda Bynes

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Courtney Love has had her share of… trouble, shall we say. Years and years of drug abuse and insanity have led us to the pinnacle of LOL: she’s offering advice to Amanda Bynes, now herself in full meltdown mode.

The Hole rocker took to Twitter (because of course she did) to offer some pearls of wisdom to the police officer rejecting, model citizen beauty queen that is Amanda. Of course, Amanda didn’t take it too well and responded by calling Love the ugliest woman she’s ever seen (LOL) before swiftly deleting it. Then Alyssa Milano (???) got involved and offered to team up with Love for a Bynes intervention. I don’t even know anymore, but here are some tweets:

I don’t even know anymore. I truly don’t.

May 29, 2013 at 6:30 am by Jennifer

14Alyssa Milano Joins the Cast of Jersey Shore

The Italian-American — who went on the record earlier this month with her distaste for my favorite TV show in the history of the world, Jersey Shore — stars in this Funny or Die video mocking our darling guidettes. The (genuinely) phenomenal Dove ad it’s based on is after the jump.

It’s kind of freaky how dead-on they are with the guidette-ing of Alyssa here. How long until videos start popping up on YouTube about how to get this look? My greatest sadness in life is that this TV show didn’t come out before Halloween, so everyone on the planet could have dressed up like Snooki. It’ll be so over by next October.


December 21, 2009 at 7:39 pm by Evil Beet
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6Quotables-A Medley


“Other women dream of papaya facials and mango pedicures. Give me a hot dog, a pitchers’ duel and a late-inning suicide squeeze (risky tactic to score), and I melt like hot pine tar.”

Alyssa Milano, either trying to describe a date and she’s stuck in euphemism hell or actually talking about sports, in her new book, “Safe at Home:  Confessions of a Baseball Fanatic.”

In regards to her break up with Barry Zito, she writes, “To be completely honest, after Barry and I broke up, I swore off baseball players. (But) Brad had me at, ‘Let’s go down to the clubhouse.’”

How was this book not titled, “How To Get To Home Base With Alyssa Milano”?  I had no idea who Barry Zito was.  I still don’t and don’t care either but based on what his Wikipedia page says, I’m surprised Alyssa just swore off baseball players.  If I dated this Barry Zito, I’d be racing to my local Sisters of Sappho chapter.

At his introductory press conference with the Giants, Zito said he liked the way his uniform number 75 looked, because the 7 and the 5 are like a “shelf” to hold the name “Zito” up. He carries pink satin pillows on the road, collects stuffed animals (such as a good luck teddy bear, with which he used to travel), and burns incense to relax.  Early in his career, Zito dyed his hair blue. He plays guitar, surfs, practices yoga, and follows Zen. He has done yoga poses in the outfield, and meditates before games.  In 2001, Zito espoused a universal life force that he credited with his midseason turnaround.

And my favorite quote-the one that has me racing to Borders to snatch this ground-breaking piece of literary genius right off the shelf?

“The big difference between injecting Botox and with taking human growth hormone is that there are no rules against Botox.”

Oh, Alyssa, aren’t there?  Hello, mirror.

March 24, 2009 at 3:57 am by Wendie
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26She’s Perfect


This is the chick that could make me switch tracks.  Perfect body, perfect face, perfect smile.  I worship her.  I hate her.  She makes me want to stuff my face with Twinkies; I’ll never be good enough for her.  It’s complicated.

Alyssa Milano at the launch of her clothing line TOUCH.

October 5, 2008 at 4:37 pm by Wendie
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33A Picture Is Worth — Well — Not As Many Words as You Can Fit on a Piece of Cardboard

Listen, I’ve worked with paparazzi agencies for a few years now, and I’ve learned one important thing: trust your instincts above their captions. They may have tagged a photo as “Jennifer Aniston,” and it’s kind of far away and blurry, but it doesn’t quite look like her, so you email them like, “Hey, are you guys totally sure that’s Jen in that shot?” and they write back like, “Yes, we’re sure,” and you still have your doubts so you write them again, “Like, totally sure?” and they’re like “Totally sure” and so you run that photo as Jennifer Aniston and it turns out the next day it was actually her housekeeper and you feel like an ass. This sort of thing happens WAY more often than you’d think, especially considering that this is an entire career for these people. It’s hella frustrating.

But imagine how frustrating it is when you’re Alyssa Milano, and your Z-list lookalike, Christina DeRosa, hits the Emmy red carpet in the most hideous dress ever and the photo agency tags it incorrectly as you.

You’d resort to measures like this, too, even if your first opportunity presented itself at a formal Kate Spade dinner.

I just want to add that I had the opportunity to do a brief interview with Christina about a year ago, at some Hollywood charity event that she had no business being invited to. Nobody knew who she was, but her PR guy thrust her in front of our cameras and was basically like “Her breasts were on Entourage and her website gets 20,000 hits a month.” At that point, I was running a fairly successful website of my own, and my non-verbalized response was something along the lines of “Then they must not have been very impressive breasts,” but, whatever, I interviewed her and found her to be grossly overcoached and famewhorish and annoying. But I’m sure nowhere near as annoying as Alyssa Milano finds her.

September 23, 2008 at 11:59 pm by Evil Beet