Thursday, March 09, 2006
Wanna get DIRRTY?
Tara still gets fucked up...
A well-lubricated Tara Reid was seen outside of Dennis Rodman’s Newport Beach house on Wednesday morning, paying off a local resident after slamming into their car.
According to our eyewitness, Ms. Reid’s “pupils were clearly dialated, fow what reason I don’t know.” After exiting their respective vehicles, Tara told the owner of the other vehicle that she “didn’t want to deal with insurance,” and promptly handed the gentleman $700 dollars to “forget it ever happened.” (toGawp)
The jokes are not toooooooo hard to come up with for this one...so make up your own. I will say this though, that had to be a crazy party with Dennis and Tara...bet no one is making any statements cause no one remembers what happened....THIS NEXT COMMENT IS JUST SPECULATION: why would someone like her have $700 in her purse? Usually when you go out and you are one list--especially a girl--you don't have to pay for booze. Was someone looking for a PARTY FAVOR seller? hmmmmmmmmmmm.....
Vanity Fair Hates Paris
Gawker.com recently explained the reason to why Paris wasn't at the Vanity Fair party. It is NOT because her parents were banned from the huge shindig. This statement was released in WWD by the Vanity Fair, EDITOR IN CHIEF; Graydon Carter:
Carter said Hilton wouldn’t be coming to the Vanity Fair Oscar party at Morton’s, even after she appeared on the magazine’s October 2005 cover. “The only Hilton we’ll allow in is Conrad Hilton, in an urn,” he said on [HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher], adding, “I think the 15 minutes of fame is almost an exaggeration for this generation because there’s nothing to support whatever — there’s no quality behind what they do.” MARCH 3, 2006
Whoa, what a difference six months makes! This is a comment made, same man--6 months ago:
Jon [Stewart] wants to know if having Paris on the cover makes a difference in sales. “Not particularly,” says Graydon. Suddenly from the back of the room “Bullshit!” … Graydon still wants to address this seriously, saying that the magazine is meant to reflect the culture around it — “we try to slice off our own piece of the culture.” As for Paris, Graydon says that he’s been watching her for the past four or five years, and — “Yes, I’ve been watching her too,” leers Jon. Graydon continues: “People are fascinated by her…she has an ‘X’ factor. I don’t know what her talents are….” SEPTEMBER 29, 2005
Nothing in constant in this town, NYC will kill you, and mix in some HOLLYWOOD to that mix you are taken off the list....What makes this better is that NICOLE RICHIE WAS INVITED TO THE VANITY FAIR PARTY!
A reason was give nto why we couldn't party at STEREO this past weekend. Apparently they got shut down because they failed to display their "pubic assembly" permit in full view. We just thought that another NYC club bit the dust. But apparently it was because they got inspected on Friday Night. Michael Satsky, one of the co-owners of the spot said itwas in the landlord's office. Even worse they estimated that the club lost $100,000 and they had to relocate all their regulars to another spot, THE G SPA. Don't worry though, the regulars were just some kids from That 70's Show. (pagesix)
Lindsay could die.
"Lindsay's smoking, you think I like it? No. I cry to her. I told her, 'You have to stop smoking. You have asthma. You could die.' . . . I can tell her, but I'm her mother. Did you listen to your mother at 19?", Dina Lohan to Seventeen Magazine, after her Daughter Lindsay Lohan backed out of the interview. (pagesix)
Wednesday, March 08, 2006
LaLohan wants an OSCAR
Mary J. Blige now is number one on the diva meter. Her most recent request is that during her new tour, for her album (which seriously is the new hotness), she gets a new toilet seat for each venue. She wants the old toilet seats removed and a new one only for her...
"Mary's demands gave even J.Lo a run for her money. She wanted a new toilet seat installed backstage at all 35 venues she played at through the tour. It's good to be hygienic, but these demands had everyone giggling.", Says an Insider...
Her people told us: "She doesn't change all the toilets in the whole venue. She just wants it changed in her dressing room." (3am.mirror.uk)
I think she is smart, you never know whats on anything...
The Trinity Hates Paris...
I think Stavros is getting tired of Paris's Ego-trips. While everyone had a great time at the Elton John Party, Paris and her underage (bitch) boy went to the SOHO House to join the festivities there...She wasn't attending the Vanity Fair party, since her parents were not invited...Well Paris flew off the handle because Stavros dared to talk with MARY KATE OLSEN, who was actually hanging out with NICOLE RICHIE and MISCHA BARTON! Is Stavros stupid, that is like the HOLY TRINITY of girls who have reason to Hate Paris...Well Paris freaked out and left in tears, leaving Stavros at the party to be seen on his cell phone trying to contact his girl-friend... (Rush and Malloy)
Tuesday, March 07, 2006
SHE NAILED IT
People are giving Ashley alot of crap for this outfit she dawned at the Independent Spirit Awards....Why? Mary Kate was a little too Hogwarts for most standards (scroll down to see), but Ashley worked this outfit. The Independent Spirit Awards are opposite to the Oscars, no big dresses or outlandish hair-do's. She looks totally NYC and hot...PS...I actually think I saw Mary Kate in those shoes recently at Bungalow...
Monday, March 06, 2006
...I gotta wear shades...
All dressed up!
Spiritual Moments on MTV
Madonna recently talked to her daughter about her onstage kiss with Britney (before she let her self go and got with K-FUG)...she told BreakingNews.ie that she explained told her 9 year old Lourdes that it was a spiritual moment."I am the mommy pop star and she is the baby pop star," she told her, "and I am kissing her to pass my energy on to her." (digitalspy.com)
Too bad she only passed all her Sean Penn shitty energy on to Britney. If Britney is smart she'll find Hilary Duff and pass it on.
If you happen to be reading this blog, you most likely watched the Oscars. However, if you are the one person who didn't here is a wrap up from the Philadelphia Daily News...
"CRASH" LIVED UP to its name in a big way last night, crashing the "Brokeback Mountain" Oscar party to win the Academy Award for Best Picture.
It was a stunning win for the ensemble movie, an intense look at racial divisions in contemporary Los Angeles. Experts and oddsmakers had established "Crash" as a distant second to the favored "Brokeback," and moments before the big "Crash" win, director Paul Haggis (though he won for Best Original Screenplay) was passed over in the important category of Best Director.
Though "Crash" won three Oscars (also for editing), its Best Picture hopes appeared to be dashed after Ang Lee won Best Director for his work on "Brokeback," the story of two cowboys who fall in love on the open range. "Brokeback" also won three Oscars, including Best Original Score, and Best Adapted Screenplay.
Though three "Crash" cast members were nominated, none received an Academy Award. Reese Witherspoon won Best Actress for playing June Carter in the Johnny Cash bio "Walk the Line."
"Never thought I'd be here my whole life, growing up in Tennessee," said Witherspoon. She thanked her parents, who she said were always supportive - "Didn't matter whether it was making my bed or making a movie."
Longtime supporting player Philip Seymour Hoffman won Best Actor for his work as the lead in "Capote." Hoffman thanked his mom and asked others to thank her as well.
"She brought up four kids alone and she deserves congratulations for that," he said.
Rachel Weisz won Best Supporting Actress for her role in "The Constant Gardener" as the doomed wife of a British diplomat working to expose corporate drug-testing scandals on the African continent.
She dedicated her award to "the people willing to risk their own lives to fight injustice. They're greater men and women than I."
George Clooney won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his work as a hunted, betrayed CIA man in "Syriana." He'd been the first person to be nominated for Best Director ("Good Night, and Good Luck") and as supporting actor.
"All right, so I'm not winning director," cracked Clooney, who said it was humbling to realize he'd forever be defined by the award. "This will always be synonymous with your name: 'George Clooney, Oscar winner, sexiest man alive '97, Batman, died today in a freak accident.'"
Clooney then lauded Hollywood's track record for progressive politics, and responded to host Jon Stewart's joke about Hollywood being out of step with America by saying, "I'm proud to be out of touch."
The Academy did a thorough job of spreading the awards around; there weren't many clues in the craft categories as to which picture the voters favored. "King Kong" (sound mixing, sound effects, visual effects) and "Memoirs of a Geisha" (costumes, cinematography and art direction) actually led the overall tally for much of the evening. "Brokeback" co-stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Williams were passed over in the supporting categories, and the show was two hours old before "Brokeback" won Best Original Score.
The Academy chose "Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" as the year's Best Animated Movie, and "Tsotsi" as Best Foreign Film.
The popular nature film "March of the Penguins" won the Best Feature Documentary award. The filmmakers thanked "all the children of the world" who saw the movie, and said that in 2041 they'll be the ones who'll decide whether to renew the international treaty that protects the penguins and their fragile environment.
Veteran director and devotee of improvisation Robert Altman, author of 40 movies, won an honorary career Oscar and a standing ovation.
Best Song went to "It's Hard out Here for a Pimp."
Crash Burns Brokeback [Philly Daily News]
Overall, not a bad night...and a big sorry to all the homos who thought cowboys always win.