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Sophie Monk, Pictures, Photos

“Let me make this as plain as possible – Benji did not leave me for Paris Hilton. Benji and I did not break up badly or anything like that. We both decided, as adults, our relationship had run its course and decided to move on. I feel no animosity towards Benji and Paris at all and am very happy with life at the moment.”

Sophie Monk, to Australia’s Herald Sun.

I give this girl mad props for not pulling a Shanna Moakler and being all like “Paris Hilton needs to take her Valtrex.” You’re a classy broad, Sophie.

I Needed a Good Laugh

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So, per usual, I’m having an awful day. When I feel like I’ve finally lived through the worst of the awful days, it seems I learn there’s an even worse one on the horizon. I certainly hope you’re having fun here, God.

But just when I think that absolutely, positively nothing could make me crack a smile today, there’s Paris Hilton. And her frappuccino. And her shaman.

Thank you, Paris. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.

Reunited and It Feels So Good

Prince Harry and Prince Charles at RAF Brize Norton, Pictures, Photos

Prince Harry got back home today. He was met at RAF Brize Norton in the UK by his father and brother.

Glad you’re safe, buddy. And I’m also way sorry that the foreign media won’t let you live your goddamn life. You’re one of the few celebrities who can say “I didn’t ask for this” and really mean it, and I have a great deal of admiration for your determination to fight for your country alongside your friends. All the best, kiddo.

Fun with YouTube: Lisa Loeb, “Snow Day”

I dunno. I’m in love with this song right now.

And a memo to Warner Bros: Fuck you and fuck your notices of infringement. I’m in no goddamn mood for this. If you don’t want your motherfucking shitty-ass Madonna track all over the Internet, take better fucking care of the masters, or develop a goddamn business model that works in the 21st century. Fuck you.

Superpower Showdown: Madonna vs. Barack Obama

Okay, so Madonna’s “4 Minutes to Save the World” has hit the Internet during the same weekend that various and sundry Hollywood stars joined together to sing along to a Barack Obama speech.

I’ve had occasion to listen to them both, and, I have to admit, I like the little Obama ditty better than Madonna’s new opus. I’m amused by that.

What do you guys think?

Which do you prefer?
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