Have you ever wanted to go inside Shiloh’s world? Well now you can. Because US Weekly has that story covered. That’s a cute kid, and I’m pretty sure her eyes would be called “piercing” although that could be CGI.
Now, I don’t know what the story will be about, but I can only assume it will be something like what milk tastes like and how silly adults can be.
The less cute, and more alarming news, is that Brittany Murphy seems to be married to a con man. I hope someone alerts her.
Despite her ongoing feud with label head Clive Davis (which is far too tedious and retarded — on his part — for me to cover on this blog), the former Idol has moved forward with her new album, My December, most of which she wrote herself. You’ve probably heard the first single, “Never Again,” on the radio by now, but there are three new tracks that you can preview up at AOL Music:”Sober,” “Maybe,” and “Can I Have a Kiss.” They’re a slight deviation from the pre-packaged, teen-friendly pop tracks she’s put out on her previous albums — they’re more raw, and seem to be intensely personal — but I really like them, and I hope her album does well. The poll up at AOL Music has 75% of listeners voting “It’s awesome, love it” for the album, so hopefully it will.
Despite selling more albums than Taylor Hicks, Katharine McPhee was excluded from the celeb-studded Idol finale. While other folks from her season — Elliot Yamin, Taylor Hicks, Chris Daughtry and BFF Kellie Pickler — were asked to perform on the finale, Katharine was not.
â€œKatharine called them herself, trying to get on the [finale],â€ says a source. â€œSheâ€™s really hurt.â€
I can’t imagine why Kat was excluded. Her album’s debuted at #2 on the charts. She’s signed with 19 Entertainment. She was on People’s 50 Most Beautiful list. Why on earth wouldn’t they want her. Thoughts?
After spending five minutes dating Evan Ross, Kim Kardashian is back with NFLer Reggie Bush. [Bossip]
Paula Abdul found her purpose in life on American Idol. See and all this time I thought she’d found it in Vicodin. [Film.com]
Ooh, is Jen Aniston writing a tell-all? [popbytes]
Lindsay’s been drinking martinis since she was 13. [Celebslam]
Oops! He’s doing it again! K-Fed’s releasing another album. [Cele|bitchy]
David Hyde Pierce, who played Niles on Frasier, is gay. Someone call People magazine. [WWTDD]
Celine Dion and her
daughter son pose for the cover of Hello! magazine. [ICYDK]
Les Deux is all like, “We didn’t serve booze to Lindsay Lohan. She just comes here to listen to the music.” [celebrity nation]
Nicole Richie gets into a fender-bender. [I'm Not Obsessed]
Just because a dress comes with a bottom half doesn’t mean Petra Nemcova has to use it. [Derek Hail]
No, not Sam Waterson. Fred Thompson, who has played D.A. Arthur Branch on basically every L&O series since 2002, is contemplating a run for the Republican primary. Thompson, who was a Tennessee senator from 1993-2003, is reportedly “testing the waters” by beginning to raise money and hire staff.
“He is entering the ‘testing the waters’ phase,” says a source. “It allows the senator to go out and gauge support.”
If he decides to move forward with the candidacy, he will likely announce by early July.
S. Epatha Merkerson for VP!!!