Duana posted an article yesterday about Jennifer Love Hewitt, the executive producer of The Client List who is insisting on having her real life fiancé and baby father be the baby father of her character on the show, even though, creatively, the showrunner isn’t in support of that storyline. Apparently she’s been demanding that his part be increased for a while now and this time she’s threatening to walk if they don’t give in. Click here to read that article. In her assessment of the situation, Duana noted that while JLH’s decisions may be misguided, her power trip may also be justified. The Client List would not happen without her.
Could the same be said for Charlie Sheen? Sheen got Selma Blair fired off of Anger Management yesterday after finding out that she’d been complaining about his work ethic to producers. Word is, Sheen is always late and the cast and crew have to sit around all day waiting for him to show up and when he does, he often doesn’t know his lines. When Sheen, an executive producer on the show, found out, he too threatened to walk unless Blair was cut. When the network relented, he then texted Blair, calling her a c-nt, and told her not to come back to work.
It’s one thing to indulge a celebrity for needing to keep her boyfriend happy -- and in JLH’s case, that’s not even a done deal yet; Deadline reports that she and producers are at an “impasse” -- but it’s another to indulge one who abuses his colleagues and takes advantage of their time while prioritising his own. Still, it took only 48 hours for Charlie Sheen to get rid of Selma Blair. Being spoiled pays off way more in Hollywood when you’re a man, non?
Yours in gossip,
The Emmy Award nominations will be announced on July 18. Jimmy Kimmel Live has submitted two entries for consideration -- his post-Oscar show and the one from January 24, when Matt Damon took over and finally had his revenge. Did you watch it? Click here for a recap that I posted after it aired. Damon was great. And the fact that he was willing? Even better. But, unfortunately -- and kind of hilariously -- for Damon, if Kimmel wins the Emmy based on his performance, he will not be eligible for the Emmy. Something to do with an Academy rule change that happened in 2009.
It is not remotely the most interesting scene from the show -- I’m not sure it’s even the most interesting from the episode in question -- but when I think of Veronica Mars, I often think about the scene in season 2 where Veronica tries to set up Vinnie with a bugged pen, and he sings out the window to her to show her it hasn’t worked. Full Story
Thanks to H&M + FLARE for sponsoring our SMUT Style Award. The prize? A $1000 shopping spree at H&M, a one year subscription to FLARE, a $100 nail kit from Sally Hansen, and a hair makeover by TRESemmé! You voted... And the winner from Vancouver is: Karen G The winner from Calgary is: Kimberly B See their photos below. Full Story
Robert Downey Jr gave an amazing interview to Esquire to promote Iron Man 3 and in my coverage of that piece -- click here for a refresher -- I wrote that the best interviews should not be excerpted but, rather, read in its pure form. In doing so, you respect the writer’s work and you respect the subject’s candour, digesting the information the way it was intended to be presented, in the spirit that the information was provided. Full Story
Why is Amanda Bynes’s wig game so sh-t? (The Superficial)
As IF of the day: Kanye West reinvents Christian Bale (Dlisted)
Beyonce looks amazing in this white dress (Too Fab)
Leo dancing GIFs (Pop Sugar)
The future of Loki...? (Cele|bitchy)
Andrew Garfield will be Spider-Man for a long, long, LONG time. And very, very, VERY wealthy (Just Jared)
Goddamn Sofia Vergara’s ass (Hollywood Tuna)
Ben Affleck on more kids (Amy Grindhouse)
Mocktress Mom wears cute outfit, which is kind of her job now (Popoholic)
This...except for the lace hem on that skirt (Go Fug Yourself)
Let’s be honest. When a story about Jennifer Love Hewitt lands in your inbox, you can pretty much assume it’s going to be a fun treat to roll your eyes, talk about the ridiculousness of a grown woman who still calls herself “Love”, and remember the time she exposed her breasts on Ellen recently. Full Story
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First reaction seeing these shots of Taylor Lautner on set today in New York: I thought they already made this movie...? It was the one with Lily Collins. Didn’t see it but the trailer showed him on the run all the time and super intense about his identity -- one of the reasons I call him Tom Cruise Jr. Full Story
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Sandra Bullock is currently promoting The Heat in Europe. She wore black at the London premiere last week -- click here for a refresher -- and she wore black again at the photo call today in Berlin. This is a good look. I love a well tailored classic shirt and that leather skirt is a good length. Full Story
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vitaminwater is celebrating its 5th birthday in Canada this month! As you probably know if you read the site on an even semi-regular basis, vitaminwater Canada supports gossip, GOOD Gossip, and we’ve been working with them closely over the last two years on the Faculty of Celebrity Studies tour and most recently, our #everydaybrilliance profiles. I’m a little biased but I will say, sponsored or not, since my name is on the labels, that I love the taste of the zero flavours -- gogo is my favourite. My bottles at attached (see image). New ones are coming soon! And in celebration of vitaminwater’s anniversary, you can claim your own bottle too by creating your own flavour of vitatminwater. Here’s how it works: Between June 17 and July 15 visit facebook.com/vitaminwater Full Story
Katy Perry covers the new issue of VOGUE, her very first time. It’s high fashion on a farm. I ...don’t love the styling. Mostly because it’s kind of the same styling we expect of Katy Perry. Bold dramatic lips, bright dramatic colours. What would a stripped down Katy Perry look like? Is that possible? Or is it by design? I don’t see Katy Perry the way I see Lady Gaga who must adhere so strictly to that image she’s created -- part freak, part monster, always provocative. Full Story