Kate Hudson and her ex-hubby, Chris Robinson, spend some time as a family in NYC with their son, Ryder Russell Robinson.
I gotta hand it to Kate. Say what you want about her, she does seem to put an awful lot of effort into being a good mommy.
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December 9, 2007 at 11:48 pm by Evil Beet
Newly engaged Katharine McPhee and Vanessa Hudgens mug for the cameras at TNT’s “Christmas in Washington 2007″ event.
December 9, 2007 at 11:40 pm by Evil Beet
Britney and her dog pull up to the Four Seasons Hotel on Saturday night.
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December 9, 2007 at 2:24 pm by Evil Beet
Sorry, guys, I’m a little obsessed, especially after this picture.
Here she is with Tito at Body English.
The hair looks great, and I’d kill a homeless man for her stomach, but everything north of the neck … ick!!!
December 9, 2007 at 2:19 pm by Evil Beet
I just think this photo — taken at Jude Law’s birthday party at LAX on Saturday — is so funny.
Who lets Andy Dick grab their tits?
I bet all those chicks ran to the bathroom afterwards to snort the cocaine residue off her chest. Andy Dick’s bare hands have to be good for a line or two.
December 9, 2007 at 2:15 pm by Evil Beet
Britney gets a little fed up with the paps in this video.
I don’t blame her.
My favorite part of any paparazzi video is the local storeowners trying in vain to get them to leave. “Cameras out. Right now. I’m calling the cops.” Dude. The paparazzi don’t give a fuck.
Also, I love how Britney is just shameless rocking the extensions. I think that’s gonna be a new trend. I mean, why bother to make your extensions look natural? You paid for them, didn’t you? So show ‘em off! Heh.
My other favorite part is toward the end, where a paparazzi asks her if she supports the writers’ strike. Really? You have thirty seconds with Britney Spears, and that’s what you thought up? Like she’s gonna turn to you and be like, “The way I see it, both parties make reasonable points, but I think we need to consider the long-term economic impact of this work stoppage. The consequences are unclear at best, and, realistically, both sides need to make concessions in the interest of the industry as a whole.” She’s more likely to be like, “Why are you asking me about baseball?”