And I’d like to meet the person that loves it.Â Kate Moss in LA.
November 6, 2008 at 8:08 am by Wendie
Haven’t you just been longing for the next installment?Â Because there are so many relevant, untold stories to the SATC saga.Â Sigh.Â I know money is a drug but there comes a time when you need to let a good thing die.
November 6, 2008 at 6:59 am by Wendie
Former North Carolina Senator and presidential hopeful John Edwards needs to hold on tight to his DNA.Â Word has it that The EnquirerÂ has taken hold of a dirty diaper from Rielle Hunter’s baby while on their original stakeout at The Beverly Hilton.Â Apparently getting a cup that Edwards drank from, would provide enough of a sample to determine if he’s the daddy.Â Which you know he is.
The Enquirer better step on it and get that sample if they want to break the story.Â Mistress Rielle Hunter is no longer receiving payouts from now deceased trial lawyer Fred Baron and the threat of poverty often leads to book deals.
November 6, 2008 at 6:28 am by Wendie
Now that his last wife is out of theÂ picture to the tune of 16K a month, Danny Bonaduce is working on a new show titled The Next Mrs. Bonaduce.Â I felt it was imperative to inform all the single or willing to leave their spouse women readers to know right away.Â I’ll keep my ear out for theÂ casting call date.Â You’re welcome.
November 6, 2008 at 6:05 am by Wendie
Sarah Palin didn’t know that Africa was a continent.Â So what?Â Who knows that kind of stuff?Â And is that really necessary knowledge to be VP?
November 6, 2008 at 5:48 am by Wendie
“Watching the returns on election night was an amazing experience. Barack Obama is our new president. Change is here. I, like millions of Americans, felt like we had taken a giant step towards equality. We were watching history.
This morning, when it was clear that Proposition 8 had passed in California, I canâ€™t explain the feeling I had. I was saddened beyond belief. Here we just had a giant step towards equality and then on the very next day, we took a giant step away.
I believe one day a ‘ban on gay marriage’ will sound totally ridiculous. In the meantime, I will continue to speak out for equality for all of us.”
Ellen Degeneres, in a statement released Wednesday.