“It sounds like you’re a stripper.”
Alicia Keys’ mother, when she heard her daughter’s first choice for a stage name: Alicia Wild.
The singer was born Alicia Augello-Cook.
November 11, 2007 at 4:22 pm by Evil Beet
Eva Amurri — Susan Sarandon’s daughter — makes an appearance at the Out 100 awards in NYC.
She’s gone from an awkward teen to the spitting image of her mother!
November 11, 2007 at 11:01 am by Evil Beet
The perpetually redheaded model/socialite/Cisco Adler bedmate was ready for a change of pace, I guess.
This actually doesn’t look bad, but I think she’s hotter as a redhead.
November 11, 2007 at 10:34 am by Evil Beet
I don’t even know why.
Just because it’s been in my head all night, and now it has to be in yours, too.
People should really do obnoxious covers of this song more often.
Has anyone on American Idol ever done it? God, that would be so great.
I’d also like to see a country cover, please.
November 11, 2007 at 3:01 am by Evil Beet
That bitch on The View, baby boy, blah blah blah blah, born.
Baby is healthy.
Sadly, so is Elizabeth.
She’s fucking calling into the show on Monday to announce the baby’s name.
The kid is less than a day old and you’re already exploiting him?
Elizabeth, when you die, I hope this kid sells fucking tickets for people to come and deface your corpse and sits nearby, watching, counting his money and whispering “So how does this make you feel, Mom?”
And you know what else?
I hope Rosie O’Donnell is the first in line.
November 11, 2007 at 2:36 am by Evil Beet
The Broadway stagehands went on strike on Saturday, shutting down more than two dozen plays and musicals.
The stagehands and Broadway producers have been in negotiations for more than three months. Much of their disagreements involve work rules and staffing requirements, particularly rules governing the expensive process of loading in and setting up a show. The producers want more flexibility in hiring; the stagehands don’t want to give up what they say are hard-won benefits without something in return.
I guess watching the writers strike pushed them to make their move.
You know who wins here?