Cameron Diaz: “We all suffer when Paris suffers.” Heh. [Cele|bitchy]
The celebrities you’d most like to bang. And not with a hammer. [Pajiba]
Brooke Burke is still hot. [Derek Hail]
Carmen Electra wrote a book called How to Be Sexy. Now if only someone could lend her a copy of How to Stay Married she’d be all set. [Jordan]
Um, Victoria, why were you shopping at Abercrombie & Fitch anyway? [Celebrity Smack]
It’s not enough for Dina Lohan to live vicariously through her daughter’s fame; now she’s using it to land herself on TV. [The Blemish]
K-Fed calls Britney‘s new man “trash.” [Celebslam]
Jodi Sweetin is back on the smack. Time for a serious father-daughter talk. [popbytes]
Akon is sorry for that whole “simulated rape” thing. [DListed]
Kate Moss in a see-through dress. [Drunken Stepfather]
Nick Lachey throws down. [POTP]
Jessica Simpson should not be darker than Eva Longoria. Eva naturally has a hot Latina thing going on but Jess is starting to look like George Hamilton. How much fake tan do you have to put on to look this orange? Somebody should tell Jess that you can either darken your hair or your skin…not both.
Jessica Simpson is really looking fugly these days. It keeps getting worse. The whole dark hair, boobs falling out of her shirt, sexy face thing is just not working. There is something to be said about natural beauty.
Can we stop paying attention to the Simpsons? Doesn’t somebody else want to be famous?
Ricki Lake, who initially became famous due to the fact that she was a big girl, is now about half her former size. She says that she lost her weight in a healthy way and went from 250 to 123. She looks adorable and I’m interested to see what her next project is.
Nobody goes on the cover of US showing off their bod unless they are trying to sell something. Wonder what it is?
Cameron Diaz loves to be the cute fun-loving tomboy. She showed up to promote her new movie, “Shrek the Third” in this fun little denim number. I actually think this little outfit is cute but she is 34. At one point don’t you start rocking something a little more age appropriate?
Perhaps she is worried to let go of her 20s but I think she seems to be trying a bit hard these days to be cool and young. You can’t dance around in your underwear forever Cameron.
What do you think of Cameron’s little ensemble?
I love Tammy Faye Bakker (now Messner) — she has walked through so much turmoil with so much strength and dignity. Every time I hear her speak I feel inspired. Tammy has been struggling with lung cancer for years (despite never having been a smoker), and a recent note she left on her website states that the doctors have stopped trying to treat it. As usual, Tammy’s attitude is upbeat and full of faith.
The doctors have stopped trying to treat the cancer and so now it’s up to God and my faith. And that’s enough! But please continue to pray for the pain and sick stomach … To those of you who are suffering as I…..”don’t give up”!! Make up your mind you’re going to LIVE !! That is NOT EASY! The path gets so long. I look at young people and wish with all my heart for just one day of “feeling great”. You see, God gives out his promises, they do not lie, they do not fail. We do not have to BEG him for them, they are FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love you, Tammy! You and your family are in my prayers. Thank you for the message of love you have always carried.
Paris Hilton has just released a statement through her brand spankin’ new DUI attorney, Richard Hutton (emphasis mine):
“After reading the media’s coverage of my court hearing, I feel the need to correct what I believe are misperceptions about me. I absolutely realize how serious driving under the influence is. I could not live with myself if anyone was injured or killed while I was driving while impaired. Clearly, no one should — no matter how slightly.
I am ready to face the consequences of violating probation.
No one is above the law. I surely am not. I do not expect to be treated better than anyone else who violated probation. However, my hope is that I will not be treated worse.”
Um, Par-Par, are you saying you’re ready to go to jail? I call bullshit.
Also, can we look at the last several sentences of that first paragraph?
I absolutely realize how serious driving under the influence is. I could not live with myself if anyone was injured or killed while I was driving while impaired. Clearly, no one should — no matter how slightly.
If your new lawyer wrote this, you might want to go back to the old one. To what, exactly, does “no one should” refer? No one should be able to live with you, Paris? I agree. No one should realize how serious driving under the influence is? Oh, oh, do you mean that no one should be injured or killed while you’re driving impaired? Hm. You’re fucking this up already, Dick Hutton …
“There was no creative process at all. It was a very packaged thing, and people were wanting to capitalize on ‘The Sopranos.’ I take responsibility – I was part of it – but I hated every moment of it. I was faking it the whole time.”
Jamie-Lynn Sigler, on the crappiness of her 2001 album, Here to Heaven.