Perez Hilton is THE WORST. Everyone knows it, and yet someone at The Real World’s production company, Bunim-Murray, decided it would be a great idea to give him a reality show called Gay Dads of New York. WHYYYYYYY? The show will follow his life and other single/married gay dads in the city as they live their lives. Yes, absolutely fascinating. Keep in mind that no network has bought this piece of shit yet, but Perez thinks it’ll be all about “love, humour and drama”. Fuck off.
Here’s his statement:
“What will it not be? Trashy or boring. Up until now people know me more for my opinions than who I am. This show will give viewers the opportunity to get to know the ‘real’ Perez Hilton and my family, as well as some other really dynamic gay dads, and the women that make up their support system.
“I am a recent transplant to New York City, looking for friends and open to – hopefully – love. To new beginnings and this exciting new venture!”
They’re casting for the show now. Please let someone stomp this out before it ever truly sees the light of day.
December 5, 2013 at 2:30 pm by Jennifer
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December 5, 2013 at 1:30 pm by Jennifer
George Clooney is a man of relatively few words in the sense that you don’t see his grill in your face every day on the front of tabloid magazines and gossip sites like this one. However, he’s promoting a new movie now, so he’s doing some mag covers – classy publications only, of course – and has been spewing out gems to the likes of GQ and now, Esquire.
So, what’s the Silver Fox ranting about this time around? Oh, just Twitter and how stupid celebrities who are on social networking are. Well, can’t argue with that.
In an exclusive interview conducted at the superstar’s LA home, editor Alex Bilmes talks to Clooney about the pro and cons of fame, life as a single man and the endless Internet gossip about his sexuality.
On being a celebrity, he says: “Not that I’m comparing myself to Clark Gable or whoever but they couldn’t survive in this environment. They’d punch the shit out of some people. It requires a kind of Zen quality.”
The Gravity star also shares his views on social media, saying: “I think anyone who is famous is a moron if they’re on Twitter. It’s just stupid.”
Well, I mean, Twitter is really useful to keep up on news and it’s a good way for actors/musicians to keep their fans updated on their projects and tour dates, etc. There’s also the fact that they can forge a more “personal” relationship with their fans, which is, in this day and age, really important. An artist has to be liked, has to seem accessible. I think this probably applies slightly more to pop stars than it does to actors, per se, but I think George sorta seems like a grumpy old man with this. He doesn’t understand the role technology plays in the careers of young artists so he dubs it “stupid”. Oh, dear.
December 5, 2013 at 12:30 pm by Jennifer
Listen, Sex and the City was a great show in its time! It was fantastic, even, and it holds up really well. I could pop in a DVD right now and still enjoy it very much. The first movie was a bit meh, but it was excusable. And it should have ended there, but it didn’t. Then a really bizarrely racist and just terribly written Sex and the City 2 came out and it was like, eh? What is going on? But then surely THAT was the end of it?
I’m afraid some people still think Sex and the City 3 could still be in the cards, and one of those people is none other than Charlotte herself, Kristin Davis. No. Y’all are in your 40s or above now and are all living your lives (the characters, I’m talking about) and no one needs to see you anymore. Your stories are done. What the hell ever happened to going out on a high note?
From Haute Living:
“I don’t think [a third film] is a pipe dream, there is discussion.
“People talk about it amongst the people who are the players, but I don’t know if it will come together. It would be very exciting if it did. I’m going to have a little talk with Cynthia the next time I see her!”
Let’s keep it at discussion level, Kristin. Oh, and side note: Kristin Davis looks as good now as she did 10 years ago!
December 5, 2013 at 11:30 am by Jennifer
Simon Cowell isn’t really concerned with much in life besides money and how much of it he can make and, I suppose, now his love child with his soon-to-be shotgun wife. That being said, I’m not really surprised that he doesn’t “get” Russell Brand‘s political passion and call for change and that he thinks the best way for Russell to fight “the man” is to give back all his money. Uh…….
Here’s what Cowell told Shortlist magazine:
“A revolution? He’s getting $10 million per movie. I mean, come on! Well, give your money back then, Russell.
“I always say that about people. Start off as you mean to go on. Donate all the money back to the revolution and then I’ll believe it. I’m living in a 10 million dollar mansion and I want a revolution? Give me a break.”
I sort get the point he’s TRYING to make, but I just don’t think it holds water. Here’s the thing: as Russell himself has pointed out, no one listens to the poor people. That’s the people he’s fighting for, and he’s doing it because while they’re fighting for themselves, it’s easy to shush people up who have no power. He’s using his platform – which, yes, comes with money – in order to try and MAKE the authorities listen. He’s much more visible than your average joe who works at a sanitation plant down the street.
Second of all, last I checked, Simon Cowell doesn’t have access to Russell’s personal accounts and therefore has no idea what kind of donations he makes or how much money he gives away to whatever cause. Saying that someone’s feelings are invalid because of how much money they have is absolutely ridiculous, so Simon Cowell needs to shut the fuck up.
Also, I’m shocked that I’m defending Russell Brand when I don’t even really like the guy very much, but I just feel like it was called for here. Oh, and below is the Newsnight interview Russell did that really kicked all this off – it’s well worth the watch.
December 5, 2013 at 10:30 am by Jennifer
I feel really awful for Britney Spears. I know I’ve given her a hard time in the past for not having much of a personality to speak of, but she’s been through a lot and given the way she’s been treated by everyone from her own father to her so-called “friends”, I can see why she might be afraid to show it. Speaking of her “friends”, Sam Lutfi, that old fucker, is back on the scene again after sharing some of what are meant to be private texts from Britney in which she admits to being really sad and hating her life because her every move is controlled and her dad is greedy and wants all of her money. Dear God.
So what exactly prompted Lutfi to share these texts? Well, someone asked him on Twitter when Britney’s father might release her from her conservatorship, to which he replied, “Hmm good question, here’s an old text from her you be the judge” before posting a series of messages. Now, the messages aren’t even dated and there is no way to verify that they’re actually even from Britney, but even if they were, what a dickhead. “Britney” even says in the messages that she considers Lutfi to be a true friend and one of the only people she can talk to… and what a way to show your loyalty than by posting private and really heartbreaking texts on Twitter? Absolutely awful.
My guess, however, is that these are fake. Let’s not forget Lutfi already has a restraining order against him. Sure, that was filed by Jamie Spears, Britney’s dad, who Lutfi claims is the real villain here, but I dunno… it just doesn’t ring true. Two of these “texts” look like something he typed up on his phone and then just took a screencap of, and the others are in green, which on an iPhone previous to iOS7 was for messages you’d sent, not received, right? (I can’t remember so this is a legit question!)
The “texts” are below. God, people are terrible – either for sharing it or making it up, that’s just such a shitty thing to do.