I have no idea why everyone likes Angelina Jolie. I think she's funny-lookin' and untalented and most-of-all EVIL. She can adopt all of Malawi but she's still a friggin' homewrecker.
Angie is “humiliated” because Johnny Depp refuses to be seduced by her. The caption here reads: “Sexy Angie is making Johnny so uncomfortable, insiders say, that he’s told his entourage not to leave him alone with her. ‘He and his bodyguards have developed signals,’ reveals a source. ‘When Angelina gets too close, Johnny gives the look and someone runs interference.’”
Here are her methods of seduction on the set of The Tourist: She stands too close, invades his personal space, and once even brushed crumbs off of his beard. BRAZEN HUSSY! Once, the script called for them to kiss — just a little peck on the lips — but Angelina used tongue. An insider says: “It totally freaked Johnny out, and he drew away, but Angie just gave him a naughty smile.”
How can you not love this guy?
He's the real deal, and how much of THAT do we get in politics?
OK, perhaps for Joe Biden, an open mic at the White House Health Care Reform signing
ceremony wasn't the best idea..
In an aside to President Barack Obama after introducing him to the cheering audience assembled in the East Room, Biden let fly with a characteristic, off-the-cuff assessment of the moment:
"Mr. President, this is a big f---ing deal," Biden said. Perhaps he forgot he was miced. I hope he knew.
Turns out dating Kim "I'll do anything involving cameras on me" Kardashian isn't as fun as it sounds. Even WITH an ass that has been kissed by God.Kimmy and Reggie Bush are taking a break from their relationship, and in a recent interview Bush admits to struggling with some aspects of his famous girlfriend's public life.
This isn't the first time that Gaga's whirlwind rise to superstardom has taken its toll. Back in January, she was forced to cancel several shows, citing exhaustion.
Vogue Editor-In-Chief Anna Wintour and fashion designer Michael Kors were among the prominent speakers from the fashion industry who spoke about eating disorder awareness at the 13th Annual Public Forum presented by the Harris Center at Massachusetts General Hospital.
The forum, titled “Health Matters: Weight and Wellness in the World of Fashion,” was held at the Harvard Business School and focused on the actions being taken by the fashion industry to reduce the high prevalence of eating disorders among models.
“Having this conversation in an open forum is a huge step in the right direction,” Kors said. “We have to assess models as individuals”.
Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova was able to speak of her personal modeling experience to illustrate many of the issues Wintour and Kors had identified.
Vodianova, who first came to Paris at the age of 18 to pursue modeling, commented on the difficulties that many models face working at a young age in a foreign city.
“It is very hard to have a feeling of stability,” she said. “Anorexia is sometimes the only form of control these girls have”.
Harper Dangler, a resident of Cambridge, said he thought “it would take a while” before action was taken, primarily because “we don’t focus on prevention in this country and this is a disease that requires such action. This is not just a fashion issue.”
As the forum came to a close, Dr. Herzog, director and founder of the Harris Center, applauded the speakers. “The industry needs your inspiration and you’ve risen to the occasion,” he said.
Vodianova reflected similar sentiments.
“It’s in fashion now to be healthy,” she said.
For SOME reason, the University of Ottawa in Canada has invited (D)Ann Coulter to speak on campus. But prior to her arrival, she has already been warned about keeping it clean.
The university president wrote the crazy right-winger an email saying:
"Our domestic laws, both provincial and federal, delineate freedom of expression (or "free speech") in a manner that is somewhat different than the approach taken in the United States. I therefore encourage you to educate yourself, if need be, as to what is acceptable in Canada and to do so before your planned visit here."
He continued, "Promoting hatred against any identifiable group would not only be considered inappropriate, but could in fact lead to criminal charges."
He also reminded Coulter of the strong Canadian tradition of "restraint, respect and consideration."
In response to the e-mail, Coulter wrote some crap about Big Government that she was "hoping for a fruit basket" from the university -- "not a threat to prosecute."
Coulter's visit also raised the ire of some students on campus. According to reports, University of Ottawa students started a "Ban Coulter from Campus" Facebook group and forbade signs advertising the talk from being posted in a main campus building.
Mo'Nique was asked and had some kind words for fellow Oscar-winner Sandra Bullock:
"To my sweet sister Sandra, my prayers are with you. My prayers are also with your husband, baby. That is between the two of you and I hope ya'll make it work.
"It's hard, but that's their business. Let them go through their situation … I don't wish her nothing but happiness, along with her husband. … I don't want to see any marriages dissolve or break up. Sandra, if you need me, sugar, call me, baby…"
A source close to Betster says, "Betty wants to kick Jesse
James' a**. Betty is furious and just cannot understand why he would be
so stupid. He had everything. A beautiful, talented wife who adored
him, an amazing daughter that Sandra treats as her own, and he has
thrown it all away for some floozy."
In fact, Betty is so angry her friends tells me she cannot mention Jesse's name without cursing!
It now remains to be seen whether Sandra still plans to come to New York to support Betty when she hosts 'Saturday Night Live' on May 8 -- however Betty understands.
"Betty wants Sandra to spend some time focusing on herself," a friend reveals. And who are we to disagree with Ms. White.