Sunday, April 23, 2006

Charlie Sheen Versus Denise Richards

According to court documents, Charlie Sheen threatened to kill his wife, actress Denise Richards, after she refused to allow him overnight access to their children because of his addiction to pornography and prostitutes.

It would bean understatement to say that this makes Charlie look bad.

Charlie Sheen reportedly uses this personals site to find women.


Thursday, April 20, 2006

New Feature: Retro Night Catfight, Tom Cruise Versus Mel Gibson

My personal 'Way Back Machine' found this report of Tom Cruise becoming furious when his wife Nicole and fellow Aussie Mel Gibson made fun of his religion at a party.

Mel Gibson is not funny even when he is reading professionally crafted humor from a script, so I can imagine the jokes were pretty lame and cruel. Anyway they were both funny on South Park.

Thursday, April 13, 2006

Jessica Simpson is in Court Over a Clothing Endorsement Deal

Jessica Simpson played Daisy Duke in this year's movie remake of 1980 TV series Dukes of Hazzard. Daisy Duke has become slang for short, tight denim shorts.

A clothing manufacturer is suing Jessica for $100m over an endorsement deal gone bad, saying that she hasn't been wearing the clothes and has even publicly named another brand of jeans as her favorites. Jessica Simpson's representation denies all the claims made in the suit.


Monday, April 10, 2006

Pink Disses Paris Hilton For Being Herself

Recording artist Pink feels that Paris Hilton is an unsuitable role model for young girls.

Pink is shocked and concerned that young girls may think it's cool to make their own sex tapes because of the way Paris Hilton chooses to live her life.

I'm just bothered by the fact that they go out in public dressed up like Paris.



Saturday, April 01, 2006

George Clooney Versus

George Clooney isn't looking to shut down the new celebrity tracking idea being carried out by Gawker, he just plans to make it useless.

His publicist sent out a letter asking actors to get their friends to bombard the site with incorrect information. I think it would be a better ideas to get aspiring Hollywood screenwriters to send in the bogus reports, then at least the site would still be mildly amusing.

Maybe Google Earth could team up with Gawker and you could zoom in on the 'exact location' of any given star with a simple key word search.


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