I like the headline: “From Meth Addict to Mom.”
As though they’re somehow mutually exclusive. Like meth addicts can’t have kids.
Jodie should be thanking her lucky stars for that little meth addiction. Without it, she and her kiddo would never have made the cover of People.
June 4, 2008 at 1:21 pm by Evil Beet
Goddamn, it’s a slow news day. And I’m inexplicably grumpy today. Also, I forgot to bring my laptop charger to work and my computer’s dying. So I’m gonna keep this short:
Denise Richards has apparently been calling OK! magazine offices in New York in an attempt to track down an advance copy of this weekâ€™s issue, which features Charlie’s wedding on the cover.
â€œShe was feverishly trying to get her hands on a copy. She wanted to prepare herself for what she was going to see on the newsstands,â€ said a source. Denise did photo shoots with OK! both during and after her marriage to Sheen, and that is partially why she felt comfortable making the call. â€œShe feels like she knows them and can ask a favor, I guess,â€ said the source.
While of course Denise just needs to get the hell over this, part of me feels bad for her. I can’t imagine having to read about your ex’s new wedding on the cover of OK! magazine. That would suck big time.
Karma’s a bitch.
June 4, 2008 at 1:18 pm by Evil Beet
I haven’t been covering much of the R. Kelly trial around here, because I think the whole thing is disturbing, and I’d just as soon not give this guy any publicity for doing what he did, but this is an interesting little tidbit:
A Chicago Sun-Times reporter, Jim DeRogatis, is refusing to answer questions on the stand at the trial, citing an Illinois law that governs reporters’ rights and the First and Fifth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution.
DeRogatis read the statement more than a dozen times in response to questions, including whether he once made a copy of the sex tape at the center of the trial.
Defense attorneys have said that copying the tape would have been a crime.
After DeRogatis’ 10 minutes on the stand, Judge Vincent Gaughan (GAWN) said reporters’ privileges don’t apply. But the judge ruled that DeRogatis doesn’t have to testify based on his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination.
June 4, 2008 at 10:01 am by Evil Beet
A source close to George Clooney says he split up with Sarah Larson because she was getting too chatty with the press about their relationship.
“George is very protective of his private life,” says the source. “He started feeling like she had spoken too much about the relationship. She wanted the fame … If he wanted to date an actress, he would. But he doesn’t.”
Adds the source: “It was never very serious. He would fly her into town, but she always was living in Vegas.”
Eh, I kinda think this is all bullshit. George dumped her because it had been a year, and he was over it. He’s the eternal bachelor, you guys!!!
June 4, 2008 at 9:56 am by Evil Beet
“She was relieved,” says the actor, when asked how Angie responded to his accidental decision to tell the world about her twinsies. “She wanted to spill the beans, but didn’t know how to and I did it for her.”
As to why he didn’t already know it was Hollywood’s worst-kept secret? “It was my wife’s fault … She said, like it was common knowledge, ‘Angelina’s having twins’ â€“ because my wife is a triplet, and she was interested in that.”
June 4, 2008 at 9:50 am by Evil Beet
Okay, so there are SatC spoilers after the jump, so don’t jump in if you haven’t seen the movie and you don’t want it spoiled.
MSNBC scooped up some interesting tidbits about what was supposed to be in the movie but got cut due to its ridiculous length.
Jump in to find out!