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After taking little Zahara to a toy store last week, Angelina Jolie put in some quality time with 6-year-old Maddox yesterday, taking him to the Borders in Chicago. Look at her go — teaching the tot the importance of books!! Angelina certainly knows how to score good publicity. Expect a one-on-one outing with Pax later this week, probably to some manner of museum.
Britney’s assistant got served with a subpoena from K-Fed. [Cele|bitchy]
Season Two of The Hills is now on DVD. [popbytes]
The entire Jolie-Pitt clan checks out a Chicago museum. How very wholesome! [Celebslam]
Now I understand why Erykah Badu usually wears a wrap of some sort on her head. [Bossip]
Amy Winehouse never actually made it to rehab. She’s waiting until her drug and alcohol problem gets serious, I suppose. [Yeeeah!]
Paris Hilton’s still advertising her cheap-ass hair extensions. [Agent Bedhead]
Brad Garrett doesn’t want the world to think of him as a racist; he needs to make it clear that he’s actually a violent racist. [The Blemish]
The show must go on, I guess.
A woman auditioning for American Idol in Texas last Monday went into labor while singing for the judges. Antoria Gillon, 20, wasn’t actually due until August 9, so she thought it was totally reasonable for her to wait in line for 16 hours and go through with the audition process.
“I felt something over my body when I was walking,” she said. “I knew right away what it was. I was singing, and the judge stopped and asked if I was OK, and I said, ‘I just want to finish my song.’”
An ambulance pulled up and everyone urged her to get in. “I said, ‘Well, I haven’t gotten my golden ticket yet,’ ” she said. She finished singing, got the “golden ticket,” and went off to the hospital, where she delivered her second child, a healthy baby boy.
So what’d she name the kid? Jamil Labarron Idol McCowan. Which I’m sure will be a really fun reminder for the rest of her life when she doesn’t make it to the finals.
Hopefully he does end up getting more custody of his kids, because they seem to be the only ones who have a use for Kevin Federline these days.
Federline was supposed to have a small role in the 2008 film The Night Watchman, starring Keanu Reeves and Hugh Laurie, but his part was cut, and he wasn’t informed by his manager, who clearly considers him a really valuable client. So he actually showed up on set, only to be embarrassingly informed that his services were no longer needed.
Didn’t something like this happen to Drama on Entourage a couple months ago?
“He only had a very small role,” says a source. “However, he was fired from the film and his manager didn’t tell him. Kevin found out when he turned up for a wardrobe call.”
Hey, at least he showed up for the call. That’s more than can be said for his ex-wife most of the time.
Kelly Bundy is back on the market, boys!
Kelly and her husband, actor Johnathon Schaech, have been separated since November 2005, and Schaech filed for divorce in December 2006. The divorce was finalized on Friday in an LA court.
Schaech was awarded more than $1.5 million in bank accounts and a 2001 Mercedes-Benz S500. Christina scored $7.5 mil in bank accounts, a 2006 Lexus, and two of the couple’s LA residences. I think it’s clear who won.