Couple of the Year Paris Hilton and Benji Madden hit up Las Vegas this weekend for the Torres vs. Holt fight at Planet Hollywood.
Note the “PH” ring on Benji’s ring finger.
Could this really be it for Paris Hilton?
Could our Party Princess finally be settling down?
Man, I hope so. I wouldn’t mind having her off the gossip scene for awhile.
July 6, 2008 at 6:24 pm by Evil Beet
Pam Anderson was — what’s the word? — totally fucking wasted at her 41st birthday party at LAX this weekend.
The normally photogenic Pam can’t even seem to look directly into the camera in most of these shots. She’s wasted out of her mind and hanging all over every guy there — including Criss Angel.
Tommy Lee was nowhere to be found.
I’m giving Pam a rare pass on this because it was her birthday party (albeit her 41st) but seriously Pam I never again want to hear you talk about how you’re always the picture of sobriety.
July 6, 2008 at 1:23 pm by Evil Beet
Okay, I’m sure you’ve all noticed that one thing our world is sorely missing is an Amy Winehouse crotch shot. And, no, we don’t have one of those yet. What we do have: Amy Winehouse pubes! Miles and miles of them.
Amy hit the town with a mystery man and some very low-rise jeans, and showed us a little of the garden she’s growing down. Hell, she’s probably growing weed down there. She’s certainly got room.
Pics are after the jump.
July 6, 2008 at 1:13 pm by Evil Beet
Madonna herself has issued a statement denying that she and Guy Ritchie are divorcing or that she’s romantically involved with Alex Rodriguez:
My husband and I are not planning on getting a divorce. I know Alex Rodriguez through Guy Oseary, who manages both of us. I brought my kids to a Yankee game. I am not romantically involved in any way with Alex Rodriguez. I have nothing to do with the state of his marriage or what spiritual path he may choose to study.
July 6, 2008 at 12:56 pm by Evil Beet
Now that Connor Cruise has scored his first movie role, he gets to be seen in public with Tom and Katie — even when Suri’s there!
As for Isabella?
She’s still being kept in a cage in the basement until someone agrees to cast her in something.
Image via Splash
July 5, 2008 at 10:24 pm by Evil Beet
You guys didn’t really think you were going to get through a 4th of July without having to watch new video of Leo (and the cats!), did you?
I got him a very adorable Independence Day shirt at Petco, and he actually didn’t mind it at all. He looked just precious!
I actually LOST him for an hour earlier in the day. I have NO IDEA how or when he got out, but somehow he did. At some point I was like, “You know, I haven’t seen Leo in awhile,” and started frantically searching the apartment for him. When I couldn’t find him in the apartment, I ran out into the hall and started searching there. Leo was nowhere to be found. I ran into a group of people in the hall and I was like “Have you guys seen a little dog in a red shirt???” and they were like, “Oh, yeah, he’s up on the deck. Chris has had him for like an hour.” My neighbor Chris, who lives two floors above me, had discovered Leo in his apartment. No one is entirely sure how he got onto the fifth floor or into Chris’s apartment, but he did. And the whole time he was missing I was like “OMG I shouldn’t have put him in that little shirt! He looks extra cute! People are going to be even more incentivized to steal him!!!” But thank goodness he came home safe and sound. He’d had an Independence Day adventure.
I invited a few friends over for a little party, and my friend Emily came over early to help me prepare, and we decided to take some video of Leo and the cats since they wouldn’t hold still for photos. Ashley’s not in any of the videos, because she was hiding beneath the bed the whole time, because that is what Ashley does.
After the rest of the girls came over, we played some Guitar Hero and then headed up to the deck to watch the fireworks display, which was incredible. They had 3-D squares and smiley faces and everything! I turned to Emily like, “You know, I think fireworks technology has improved significantly since I was a kid,” and Emily was like, “The good ol’ Chinese.” And then we laughed forever, because people in another country invented and perfected the technology we use as a symbol of our own country’s independence.
I hope you all had a safe and fun Fourth of July!