“I hope someone else has more luck with it.”
Mick Jagger’s ex-wife Jerry Hall, who is auctioning off her wedding gown in London today. The proceeds will go to charity.
June 10, 2008 at 8:20 am by Evil Beet
The Daily News is reporting that two of the members of Danity Kane got into a physical altercation backstage before their Las Vegas show last week. The show was delayed 20 minutes because of it. No word on what the fight was about or who was involved, but I’m guessing Aubrey O’Day played a role.
June 10, 2008 at 8:17 am by Evil Beet
Wanna win the Jackie Warner work-out DVD we’re giving away to play nice with PR people and promote the SERIES FINALE of Work Out on Bravo tonight???
We’ve actually been given the go-ahead to give away THREE of them!
To win, send an email to me at email@example.com completing the following sentence:
If I had half an hour alone with Greg Plitt to do whatever I wanted, I would _____________.
Get your responses in before noon PST today!
June 10, 2008 at 8:03 am by Evil Beet
For reasons I can’t even begin to understand, WireImage has apparently decided to celebrate the new NKOTB single by releasing a bunch of old file photos of NKOTB from the late ’80s and early ’90s.
In them, I found a bunch of shots of Danny Wood posing with one Halle Berry, who he apparently dated briefly in 1989.
My, how life changes.
Just for comparison’s sake, I’ve also included here a photo of Halle’s current love and baby daddy, model Gabriel Aubry.
June 10, 2008 at 7:30 am by Evil Beet
Ah, popular culture, how I love thee.
Check out this fabulous moment during a live WWE broadcast where Vince McMahon, WWE chairman, attempts to call a lucky winner to award him $200,000. He gets a reverse ringtone: Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up.” And poor old Vince McMahon just can’t make sense of what is happening.
Now, I have given a truly unnecessary amount of thought to whether this guy intentionally rickrolled Vince McMahon. Seriously I have just been playing this clip over and over again for like twenty minutes trying to figure it out. I think the answer is yes. They must talk to these people beforehand to let them know to expect a call and to pick up the phone. This guy must have called one of his buddies like “Holy shit, someone from the WWE is supposed to call me tonight. It might even be that live on-air call to tell me I’ve won all that cash!” and his buddy was like, “Dude. You know what you have to do?” and he was like “What?” and his buddy was like “Rick Astley, dude. Rick. Fucking. Astley.”
Right? No one just rickrolls everyone who calls, right?
Rickrolling: as pointless as the WWE, but somehow way, way cooler.
June 10, 2008 at 7:06 am by Evil Beet
Apparently it’s more dangerous to be a washed-up celebrity than we’d originally suspected.
A bunch of Z-listers have been physically injured during rehearsals for NBC’s Celebrity Circus.
Christopher Knight fractured his forearm while practicing with the German Wheel, a giant disc he failed to control. Stacey Dash cracked three ribs climbing “the silks,” a length of fabric suspended 30 feet in the air. And during a rehearsal, Olympic swimmer Janet Evans fell 15 feet from a trapeze. Evans also caused a wardrobe malfunction for her female partner when her fishnet stockings got caught on her partner’s top and pulled it down. “She was completely exposed to the cast and crew,” said our spy. “Janet was trying to help her. That’s when she lost her balance and fell.” The injured were quickly taken care of.
Seriously, none of this sounds any more painful than being at a point in your career where you actually agree to be a part of Celebrity Circus. Granted, it’s less embarrassing than being on Celebrity Rehab, and at least it’s on a network, but really? I mean, I guess Janet Evans has an excuse — she’s an athlete by trade — but Stacey Dash? I had such high hopes for you, sweetheart. And Jordan Knight? Have you no faith in the NKOTB reunion?
Anyway, the reality show — stolen from a premise used in 2005 in Australia — premieres tomorrow on NBC. Which is, I’m sure, why we’re seeing items like this suddenly “leaked” to the press.
Joey Fatone hosts.
Please, my fellow Americans, don’t watch this. Let’s hang on to the tiny thread of dignity we have left as a nation.