Degrassi Goes Hollywood, the show’s first movie, broke records at The N a couple of weeks ago in America as the most–watched, highest-rated telecast ever for the network. Canadian shows have been kicking ass lately with the major players. And both Degrassi and Flashpoint received Gemini Award nominations this week. Full Story
Photographed leaving Los Angeles yesterday – Caleb, Nathan, Jared, Matthew, also known as Kings of Leon. This is the summer they became mainstream and very popular. Now everyone is a KoL expert, everyone knows enough to claim that Because of the Times is better than Only By The Night, Sex On Fire is the new cougar anthem, and the MiniVan Majority can’t wait to play it after the kids go to bed. Full Story
Love Sandra Bullock so much. Did not love her last night in LA for the premiere of All About Steve. She looked much better while promoting The Proposal. Hate the dress – way too busy – and she seems to hate it too. When a woman doesn’t like her outfit, it shows. Strangely enough the way she appeared on the carpet appears to mirror the way she appears in the movies. Full Story
It’s not only the girls outside the courthouse cheering on Chris Brown, it’s also the f-cking ignorant generation all over the internet, with comments ranging from “he doesn’t deserve 5 years probation, that’s too long” to my personal favourite “she musta asked for it”.
But this kind of dumbassness is not limited to degenerates with nothing better to do but argue with other degenerates on message boards.
Have a look at People.com and its headline about Brown and Rihanna’s violent past. The qualifying statement on the site’s HOME PAGE reads:
Three months prior to their Feb. 8 fight, the "Umbrella" singer slapped him during an argument.
Way to blame the bitch!
By contrast, Us Weekly, which is considered more “tabloidy” than celebrity asskissing People, chose to represent the story this way:
Chris Brown Involved in Previous "Domestic Violence" Incidents With Rihanna
MUCH more neutral. And the subject of the sentence, the weight of sentence, is with the criminal. The criminal who decided to wail on his girl. You know that criminal?
Not really sure if People.com knows who the criminal is.
I need some fried rice.
It’s Wednesday – blogging all day.
Yours in gossip,
Asstalking is sweeping the continent. This time it’s my Rumer Willis. Rumey has managed to nail down a few roles here and there. Suddenly it’s gone to her head, and now she’s insisting that her 3 famous parents have nothing to do with her success. That she is getting jobs on talent and not on connection. Full Story
If only I had £8 million sitting around. £8 million for just 3,700 square ft. Sick. So Tom Ford has put his London home on the market. Considering the f-ckery that’s been flying around all day, this might be my only chance at Fried Rice: A glimpse inside his lair. Chrome walls. His own book on the coffee table. Full Story
Celebrating T.I.’s Situation (Dlisted)
Hilary Duff’s lovely figure in peach (Hollywood Tuna)
Lilo begins her porn career (The Superficial)
Blake finally finds a dress that fits (Just Jared)
Did MK lose her neck? (Pop Sugar)
Lohan’s legs. Gross? (Drunken Stepfather site NSFW)
Most UNinspired casting EVER (INO)
Julia Stiles… is green. And funny! (Cele|bitchy)
Homewreckers celebrate on holiday (PopEater)
Harvey Milk Day? Vote YES! (Towleroad)