Friday, November 30, 2007
Nicole Richie has always known Lionel and Brenda Richie as her mom and dad. But her real parents were actually members of Lionel’s band, who gave her up when she was 3-years-old. “My parents were friends with Lionel and they trusted that they would be better able to provide for me,” reveals Nicole, 26. So the Simple Life star — who was officially adopted when she was 9, a year before Lionel and Brenda divorced — was raised in an upscale LA suburb, where she met best friend Paris Hilton and dealt with her famous dad’s constant absence. “When Nicole came along, I was gone,” Lionel, 58, admits. Though her teens were rocky — she went to rehab for heroin addiction — Nicole is now very close with Brenda and Lionel.
Thursday, November 29, 2007
Spears' tantrum only continued. "The staff told her she had to pay, and she rolled her eyes, but paid with a credit card," the source tells Us. As payback, "on her way out, she went up to a mannequin, snatched the wig off the head, and stole it!"
Us Mag claims Jessica Simpson thinks she made a big mistake by leaving Nick.
Sure he was in 98 degrees which is almost enough to take him completely off my radar but he's HOT so that gets him back on. And he seems really genuine and sweet.
Most importantly he put up with her idiotic comments. She made him look like a brain surgeon.
I'm sure seeing him frolic on the beach and do whatever the hell this is with Vanessa Minnillo can't be easy either.
SUCK IT UP!
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
On being pregnant during her ‘Back to Basics’ tour: “I was paranoid. There are so many things that could go wrong — somebody could slip, somebody could fall, I could fall. There was no way in hell I was going to jeopardize my baby for my show.” So she wore a well-concealed heart monitor. She didn’t want to broadcast the news. “I didn’t want to make the audience uncomfortable, like, ‘Pregnant lady onstage! Is she going to be OK?’ But I had to announce it to my band and my dancers, because I wanted to make sure they had my back.”
On her simple decision not to announce anything: “Because I hadn’t said anything, people thought I was trying to keep it this big, bad secret, and that’s not the case at all. I just wasn’t commenting. I’m not being like, ‘Hey, everybody, I’m pregnant!’ I’m not that girl.”
On the domestication of Xtina being complicated: “We’re so labeled. If you’re too sexual, you’re slutty. If you’re not sexual enough, you’re a prude. I like to put it out there as a topic of conversation. Why does it bother you? What’s your problem with it? Am I really hurting you? Let’s get to the root of it. I have more than one side of me that likes to get out on a stage and sing. Sometimes I want to be aggressive, sometimes I want to feel empowered in my sexuality and my vulnerability. I want to put all that out there.”
All you Hill's fans were forced to watch Spencer's sisters pathetic attempt at fame on Monday. Well turns out once you put yourself out there as always your past will come back to haunt you.
Stephanie Pratt's mug shot and details of an arrest and drug charges have hit the net.
"Early in the evening of May 8, 2006, in Honolulu, Stephanie, then 20, and a 20-year-old friend — the daughter of a production executive on the locally filmed ABC series Lost — were arrested by the police after security guards at ritzy Neiman Marcus department store caught the duo attempting to shoplift a number of clothing items.
Stephanie and her friend found themselves in even more hot water after they were arrested on charges of second-degree theft and transported to police headquarters. After they both claimed they took prescription medicine and gave permission to have their bags searched, Stephanie was then arrested on further charges of "promoting a dangerous drug" in the third degree, and "promoting a harmful drug" in the third and fourth degree."
Apparently Spencer took it very hard and cut her off for a while but now that she's straightened up they speak again. Riveting!
This chick doesn't really deserve to be commented on.
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
On the direction of his career: “I’d actually like to play somebody other than a bad guy or an ass.”
On what is playing on his TV right now: “My TVs are pretty much G-rated right now. Anything from SpongeBob to Finding Nemo, and you know, I’m still trying to decide which one I like more.”