The impeccable Dita Von Teese launched her new line of lingerie for Wonderbra in London today by swinging from … a gigantic bra. Okay, that’s just weird. But the line is hot.
Seriously I don’t need a stupid boyfriend, I’m gonna put this shit on and model it for my cats. And they’re gonna be all like, “Damn, Mom, I’d do you,” and it’ll all be very confusing for everyone involved.
I can’t figure out how you actually BUY this stuff — it doesn’t appear to be available on the Wonderbra website just yet. Anyone know where this line is actually, ya know, for sale?
September 23, 2008 at 12:38 pm by Evil Beet
Amount paid by TMZ to OJ Simpson buddy and trial witness Thomas Riccio for the audio recordings of his September 2007 meeting with OJ: $150,000.
They may have way more money to throw at stories about washed-up acquitted double murderers who are currently poised to serve a life sentence for stealing sports memorabilia, but they’ve got nothing that competes with my dog.
September 23, 2008 at 12:16 pm by Evil Beet
While Mary-Kate was tanning it up in NYC, the other little Tanner was partying at JET in Vegas with her boyfriend, hottie Justin Bartha. Ashley was reportedly tossing back Grey Goose vodka, Red Bull and PatrÃ³n with her man, who’s there to film a movie.
September 23, 2008 at 11:56 am by Evil Beet
Steven Spielberg and his wife, Kate Capshaw, have followed in Brad Pitt’s footsteps, donating $100K to fight Proposition 8, the ballot initiative that would ban gay marriage in the state.
“By writing discrimination into our state constitution, Proposition 8 seeks to eliminate the right of each and every citizen in our state to marry regardless of sexual orientation. Such discrimination has NO place in California’s constitution, or any other,” the couple said in a statement.
Additionally, it has been brought to my attention that my home state of Arizona once again has an initiative on the ballot to ban gay marriage this year. It’s called Prop 102, and you can learn more about fighting this hateful legislation here. Arizona had the good sense to defeat this initiative in 2006, so, Arizonans, make sure you get out to the polls to make sure it goes down again in 2008. Let’s keep shutting this BULLSHIT down.
September 23, 2008 at 11:52 am by Evil Beet
Sharon Stone is like the Britney Spears of the Viagra set.
At the age of 50, Sharon has somehow managed to lose all physical custody of her 8-year-old son, Roan, to her ex-husband, Phil Bronstein.
According to court documents detailing a September 12, 2008 custody hearing, Phil Bronstein “shall have permanent sole physical custody of child. Court finds that Respondent (Sharon Stone) failed to meet her burden of proof and denies Respondent’s (Sharon Stone’s) request for modification of custody. The judge also notes this order is permanent unless there is a change of circumstances.
And all without ever shaving her head or attacking the paparazzi with umbrellas.
How do you even do that?
I assume Exhibit A in her husband’s court arsenal were a collection of red carpet photos of Sharon taken over the past five years. That should be enough to convince any reasonable person that this woman was out of her goddamn mind.
September 23, 2008 at 11:46 am by Evil Beet
Eight years after their split, Meg Ryan is FINALLY willing to talk about her split from Dennis Quaid.
“Dennis was not faithful to me for a very long time, and that was very painful,” she says in the new issue of InStyle. “I found out more about that after I was divorced.”
And as for her scandalous relationship with Russell Crowe? â€œI think he took a big hit. But Russell didnâ€™t break up the marriage. He was definitely there at the end, but it wasnâ€™t his fault. I was a mess. I hurt him too at the end. I couldnâ€™t be in another long relationship, it wasnâ€™t the time for that. So I got out … My time as a scarlet woman was really interesting. As painful as it was, it was also incredible liberating. Now I was utterly free. I didnâ€™t have to care about what people thought.â€
Meg also talks about being dubbed America’s Sweetheart: “It’s an old-fashioned idea, so anachronistic. I understood it was a compliment about being lovable, and it felt nice … but it also felt, after a time, like ideas were being projected onto me that had nothing to do with me,” she says. “The girl next door to what? I never felt like a very conventional person.”
It’s always fascinating to me when celebrities talk about their pasts many years later. This puts a whole new spin on Meg for me. I wonder what Paris Hilton will have to say about these past few years in another decade or so.
And I wonder if Dennis Quaid will be telling HIS side of the story now.