Thursday, January 31, 2008
Nicole Richie's Bangin' Post-Baby Bod
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Two weeks after giving birth to Harlow, Nicole Richie steps out in skinny jeans, and looks amazing.


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Guess the Booty-Crack!

Think you know your celebrity booty? Take a guess, or just click here to see who it belongs to.
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Timberlake Superbowl Pepsi Ad

I love this Pepsi ad starring Justin Timberlake for the Superbowl. Watch it before it disappears!


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Janet Jackson Promo Pics

I luvs me some Janet Jackson! She just seems to get better and better looking with age.


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CGJ Exclusive on Jenna Jameson

So we've all heard many things this year on ex-porn star Jenna Jameson, and seen many pictures of her body wasting away to nothingness, and her botched plastic surgeries. But have you heard that she has now lost so much weight that people near to her are concerned that she may be close to going toes up? A source tells me that her weight has dropped down to about 70 pounds, and she is looking very sickly.

The photos above are from her boyfriend Tito's birthday party where she jumped out of a cake and performed to surprise him. Yikes! I'm not sure I would want that coming out of a cake at me!


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Chrissie Hynde Protests Horse-Drawn Carriages in NY

Chrissie Hynde is fronting a protest on today against the famous horse-drawn carriages in Central Park, New York. The Pretenders singer married her now ex-husband, rocker Jim Kerr, in one of the carriages in 1984 - but since joining forces with animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Hynde claims to have discovered how cruelly the horses are treated. She says, "Learning about how horses have died in accidents and seeing their pathetic stalls have caused me to change my tune about the carriage horses." New York's Horse + Carriage Association recently hit out at pop star Pink's role in the same PETA campaign, dismissing claims horses are mistreated. Spokesperson Carolyn Daly tells the New York Daily News, "They have specialised shoes for concrete. We haven't had one animal cruelty violation from the three agencies that oversee us."

Source: Contact Music


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Matthew and Kate Blown Away at Premiere

Matthew McConaughey and girlfriend Camila Alves contend with some gusty wind at the premiere of 'Fool's Gold' last night in LA. Co-star Kate Hudson really didn't fare much better.


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Eddie Murphy's Side of the Baby Mama Drama (Sort Of)

Eddie Murphy has never spoken publicly about the drama involving Melanie Brown and the baby, Angel, except when he first said the baby wasn't his. Now someone, of course a nameless source, who says they know the real deal, has sounded off with "Eddie's side" of things.

An acquaintance of Eddie Murphy has volunteered some info on WHY Eddie appeared to treat Melanie Brown, the mother of his child Angel, so badly. According to the source, Eddie and Melanie never lived together and in fact, only slept together three times. She assured Eddie that she had a coil implanted for contraception. That's why, when Mel told Eddie she was pregnant, he couldn't believe he was the father. Eddie had already decided that Melanie wasn't up to his standards quality-wise. On one of their first dates she hinted that she'd like to have a three-way. And she was a bit loud and flashy at times. Supposedly, their relationship was already over when Melanie told Eddie she was pregnant. When he reacted badly she offered him a deal: she'd leave him alone if he'd give her nine million dollars, a Malibu house, and living expenses for 18 years. Eddie feels like he was conned and never wants to lay eyes on her again so he won't be visiting their daughter Angel. Eddie figures that when Angel gets older she might try to contact HIM.

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Blind Item
Don't Shoot the Messenger

Which recently launched gossip Web site can't keep staff? "Our new editor went partying in Miami a few weeks ago and just sort of never came back," complains one insider, who now has to cover her 6 a.m.-3 p.m. shift. "It's awful."

You mean the party's over??? I better get back to work....


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ET to Air Ledger Drug Video Tonight

Entertainment Tonight is catching a whole lot of flack for their decision to air a video of a drug-addled Heath Ledger from two years ago, discussing his lifelong drug useage and the effects on his life with baby-mama Michelle Williams.

The video, shot after the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Jan. 29, 2006, shows Ledger talking at a private party at the same hotel where comic actor John Belushi died of an overdose.

"I'm going to get serious s--t from my girlfriend," Ledger tells his companions. "We just had a baby three months ago.

Ledger's companion, actress Michelle Williams, and baby daughter, Matilda, were said to be upstairs in their bungalow while he partied.

"I shouldn't be here at all," he tells the guests, and then offers the admission: "I used to smoke five joints a day for 20 years."

Ledger was found dead Jan. 22 in his SoHo apartment at age 28. The cause of death has not been released, pending toxicology reports. Six different prescription drugs were found in the home.

The harrowing video was shot after Ledger attended the SAG Awards. He had been nominated in the Leading Role category for his performance as a gay cowboy in "Brokeback Mountain," but lost out to Philip Seymour Hoffman in "Capote."

The hotel mentioned is the Chateau Marmont. The video segment was first obtained by Australia's Channel 9, who will also air it, despite uproar from Hollywood.

Update: ET issued this statement on the website:
"Out of respect for Heath Ledger’s family, “Entertainment Tonight” and “The Insider” have decided not to run the Heath Ledger video which has been circulating in the world media."


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Britney Back in the Looney Tunes Ward

It's a big day in the wreckalicous world that is Britney Spears. Last night she was carted away, yet again, for that pesky 5150 mental hold, where it's determined that you pose a danger to yourself and/or others. The difference this time, is that she was cooperative and lucid, as far as lucid goes for Brit.

Here's how it all went down:

Last night, Britney's new psychiatrist went to her home and felt she was a danger to herself and others -- partly because of her reckless driving and partly because of her "downhill behavior." As a result, the shrink launched a plan (days in the making) to have Britney committed to UCLA Medical Center by calling the cops.

Sources tell us the cops knew it was coming. In fact, the plan was for cops and paramedics to take Britney away the night before, but it was scrubbed. Last night, it all went down according to plan. Cops even used code to minimize craziness in transporting Britney to the hospital. Over the police radio, she was referred to as "The Package."

Before the cops arrived, the shrink told her she was going back to the hospital and she offered no resistance. She said, "Is something wrong?" She made hot chocolate and waited. Her mom, Lynne, got extremely agitated, accusing Sam of engineering the impending commitment. We're told Brit told her to "shut the hell up." She demanded silence, sat on the floor and wrote notes to people who were there as they waited. When emergency personnel arrived, Brit went on the gurney without resistance.

When everyone arrived at UCLA, things got heated. Jamie Spears began screaming at Sam Lutfi, accusing him of trying to control Britney. We're told as far as the doctors are concerned -- at least for now -- Lynne and Jamie Spears are not calling the shots. The point guy for the docs is Brit's friend, Sam Lutfi.

Sources say after Britney's commitment earlier this month, she was extremely upset at her dad for getting angry at Sam and the hospital staff. Britney had lawyers draft several documents, however, we're told she did not sign a durable power of attorney giving Lutfi the power to make medical decisions on her behalf. Nevertheless, something was signed and doctors are going to Lutfi for guidance. Jamie went off on Lutfi in the hallway, accusing him of trying to control his daughter.

Britney has been calm in the hospital, even getting a "cigarette break."

We're told during the initial 72-hour stay she cannot be forced to take medication against her will. If, however, she refuses to take the meds, the plan is for the psychiatrist to go to court and have Britney held for an additional 14 days, during which time he could administer proper medications.

As TMZ first reported, Britney has already been diagnosed with a bipolar disorder and has sporadically taken her medication. But one source says the meds just aren't doing the trick.

Whew! Sounds like just another day in the life, if you ask me.

Stay tuned for updates!



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Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Blind Item
Don't Shoot the Messenger

Which model-turned-actress, who is on her second actor husband, relaxes between shoots with a bong made from an enormous two-liter plastic soda bottle?



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Gwen Stefani Preggers...Angelina More Than Likely Too

I am so tired of stars and their denials and lies about what is going on in their lives, though I get that they want to keep some things private. It would be hard to have every little iota of your life on display for the world to gobble up and spit back out, but COME ON! We all knew you were pregnant, Gwen and Angelina, so you denying and confirming is just so....passe.

Congrats, but cut the s**t next time.

Word is, Angelina hasn't officially confirmed the pregnancy quite yet, ans considering selling the confirmation to the highest bidder, with the proceeds going to charity.

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Kelly Rowland Goes Au Natural

Apparently every celeb learned from Julia Roberts' disastrous armpit showing that you must shave before big events.....everyone, that is, except Kelly Rowland. She shows the world that a little armpit foliage is just her way of being a "natural woman".

Someone send that girl a razor.

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Monday, January 28, 2008
Rex Lee as Heat Miser

Rex Lee of 'Entourage' must have had Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer's Heat Miser as his inspiration at this year's SAG Awards. Just a few more highlights would have done the trick.

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Keira Knightley Does Twiggy

Keira Knightley dons some huge false eyelashes and becomes 60's Brit supermodel Twiggy, for Canadian magazine Strut.


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SAG Awards Nominees and Winners List


Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

George Clooney, "Michael Clayton"
Daniel Day-Lewis, "There Will Be Blood" (Winner)
Ryan Gosling, "Lars and the Real Girl"
Emile Hirsch, "Into The Wild"
Viggo Mortensen, "Eastern Promises"

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
Cate Blanchett, "Elizabeth: The Golden Age"
Julie Christie, "Away From Her" (Winner)
Marion Cotillard, "La Vie en Rose"
Angelina Jolie, "A Mighty Heart"
Ellen Page, "Juno"

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
Casey Affleck, "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"
Javier Bardem, "No Country for Old Men"(Winner)
Hal Holbrook, "Into The Wild"
Tommy Lee Jones, "No Country For Old Men"
Tom Wilkinson, "Michael Clayton"

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Cate Blanchett, "I'm Not There"
Ruby Dee, "American Gangster" (Winner)
Catherine Keener, "Into The Wild"
Amy Ryan, "Gone Baby Gone"
Tilda Swinton, "Michael Clayton"

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

"3:10 to Yuma"
Christian Bale
Russell Crowe
Peter Fonda
Gretchen Mol
Dallas Roberts
Vinessa Shaw
Ben Foster
Alan Tudyk
Logan Lerman

"American Gangster"
Armand Assante
Josh Brolin
Russell Crowe
Ruby Dee
Chiwetel Ejiofor
Idris Elba
Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Carla Gugino
John Hawkes
Ted Levine
Joe Morton
Lymari Nadal
John Ortiz
Yul Vazquez
Denzel Washington

Nikki Blonsky
Amanda Bynes
Paul Dooley
Zac Efron
Allison Janney
Elijah Kelley
James Marsden
Michelle Pfeiffer
Queen Latifah
Brittany Snow
Jerry Stiller
John Travolta
Christopher Walken

"Into the Wild"
Brian Dierker
Marcia Gay Harden
Emile Hirsch
Hal Holbrook
William Hurt
Catherine Keener
Jena Malone
Kristen Stewart
Vince Vaughn

"No Country for Old Men"(Winner)
Javier Bardem
Josh Brolin
Garret Dillahunt
Tess Harper
Woody Harrelson
Tommy Lee Jones
Kelly Macdonald

Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture
The Bourne Ultimatum (Winner)
I Am Legend
The Kingdom
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End


Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series
James Gandolfini, "The Sopranos" (Winner)

Michael C. Hall, "Dexter"
Jon Hamm, "Mad Men"
Hugh Laurie, "House"
James Spader, "Boston Legal"

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
Glenn Close, "Damages"
Edie Falco, "The Sopranos" (Winner)
Sally Field, "Brothers & Sisters"
Holly Hunter, "Saving Grace"
Kyra Sedgwick, "The Closer"

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Alec Baldwin,"30 Rock" (Winner)

Steve Carell, "The Office"
Ricky Gervais, "Extras"
Jeremy Piven, "Entourage"
Tony Shaloub, "Monk"

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series
Christina Applegate, "Samantha Who?"
America Ferrera, "Ugly Betty"
Tina Fey, "30 Rock" (Winner)
Mary-Louise Parker, "Weeds"
Vanessa Williams, "Ugly Betty"

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

"Boston Legal"
Rene Auberjonois
Candice Bergen
Julie Bowen
Saffron Burrows
Christian Clemenson
Taraji P. Henson
John Larroquette
William Shatner
James Spader
Tara Summers
Mark Valley
Gary Anthony Williams
Constance Zimmer

"The Closer"
G.W. Bailey
Michael Paul Chan
Raymond Cruz
Tony Denison
Robert Gossett
Gina Ravera
Corey Reynolds
Kyra Sedgwick
J.K. Simmons
Jon Tenney

"Grey's Anatomy"
Justin Chambers
Eric Dane
Patrick Dempsey
Katherine Heigl
T.R. Knight
Chyler Leigh
Sandra Oh
James Pickens, Jr.
Ellen Pompeo
Sara Ramirez
Elizabeth Reaser
Brooke Smith
Kate Walsh
Isaiah Washington
Chandra Wilson

"Mad Men"
Bryan Batt
Anne Dudek
Michael Gladis
Jon Hamm
Christina Hendricks
January Jones
Vincent Kartheiser
Robert Morse
Elisabeth Moss
Maggie Siff
John Slattery
Rich Sommer
Aaron Staton

"The Sopranos"(Winner)
Gregory Antonacci
Lorraine Bracco
Edie Falco
James Gandolfini
Dan Grimaldi
Robert Iler
Michael Imperioli
Arthur Nascarella
Steven R. Schirripa
Matt Servitto
Jamie-Lynn Sigler
Tony Sirico
Aida Turturro
Steven Van Zandt
Frank Vincent

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

"30 Rock"
Scott Adsit
Alec Baldwin
Katrina Bowden
Tina Fey
Judah Friedlander
Jane Krakowski
Jack Mcbrayer
Tracy Morgan
Keith Powell
Lonny Ross

"Desperate Housewives"
Andrea Bowen
Richardo A. Chavira
Marcia Cross
Dana Delany
James Denton
Nathan Fillion
Lindsy Fonseca
Teri Hatcher
Zane Huett
Felicity Huffman
Kathryn Joosten
Brent Kinsman
Shane Kinsman
Joy Lauren
Eva Longoria Parker
Kyle MacLachlan
Shawn Pyfrom
Doug Savant
Dougray Scott
Nicolette Sheridan
John Slattery
Brenda Strong

Rhys Coiro
Kevin Connolly
Kevin Dillon
Jerry Ferrara
Adrian Grenier
Rex Lee
Jeremy Piven
Perrey Reeves

"The Office"(Winner)
Leslie David Baker
Brian Baumgartner
Creed Bratton
Steve Carell
Jenna Fischer
Kate Flannery
Ed Helms
Mindy Kaling
Angela Kinsey
John Krasinski
Paul Lieberstein
B.J. Novak
Oscar Nuñez
Phyllis Smith
Rainn Wilson

"Ugly Betty"
Alan Dale
America Ferrera
Christoper Gorham
Mark Indelicato
Ashley Jensen
Judith Light
Eric Mabius
Becki Newton
Ana Ortiz
Tony Plana
Rebecca Romijn
Kevin Sussman
Michael Urie
Vanessa Williams

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Michael Keaton, "The Company"
Kevin Kline, "As You Like It" (Winner)
Oliver Platt, "The Bronx is Burning"
Sam Shepard, "Ruffian"
John Turturro, "The Bronx is Burning"

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Ellen Burstyn, "Mitch Albom's For One More Day"
Debra Messing, "The Starter Wife"
Anna Paquin, "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee"
Queen Latifah, "Life Support" (Winner)
Vanessa Redgrave, "The Fever"
Gena Rowlands, "What if God Were the Sun?"

Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series
24 (Winner)
The Unit



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SAG Awards Red Carpet Photos

Brittany Snow

Teri Hatcher

Rebecca Romijn

Sandra Oh

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt

Rebecca Gayheart

Ashley Tisdale

Vanessa Williams

Debra Messing

Marcia Cross

Marion Cotillard

Michelle Pfeiffer

Ellen Pompeo

Eva Longoria

Kate Hudson

Kate Beckinsale

Kyra Sedgwick

Amanda Bynes

America Ferrera

Cate Blanchett

Christina Applegate


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Thursday, January 24, 2008
Rihanna's New Video: Don't Stop the Music

Check out Rihanna's new video for 'Don't Stop the Music'! Click here to watch it.


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Tori Spelling Knocked Up Again?

In Touch reports that Tori Spelling and second husband Dean Whatshisname are expecting their second child. I'm guessing that Tori needed the money, and baby pictures sell for alot, so she made Dean have sex with her at least one time.

Geez, the other kid isn't even a year old yet! Did they spend all his money already?


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Britney's Disorder is Bra-Itis

Apparently Britney Spears has a myriad of ailments, not the least of which appears to be a bi-polar disorder, but is she also allergic to wearing undergarments?? The popwreckedness seems to leave the house these days barely dressed, and usually displaying some part of herself that no one should be allowed to see. At least these days (knock on wood) she has been keeping that vajayjay of hers under some semblance of wraps, and we are spared that sight. I swear the next time it pops out in public I will have to bathe my eyes in acid to rid them of the image.


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Worst Dressed Celeb of the Day: Lucy Liu

My little Lucy Liu is one of my favorite actresses, making a rep for herself as a butt-kicking man-eater with a sharp tongue and killer bod, but Lucy's fashion sense seems to have jumped the shark lately, since starring in ABC's 'Cashmere Mafia'. Liu looks as if she put on a '27 Dresses' bridesmaid costume or 80's prom dress, then got attacked by a cotton candy machine on steroids. Apparently her fashion choices have been influenced (badly) by costume designer Patricia Fields, formerly of 'Sex and the City, and currently of 'Cashmere Mafia'. Fields was responsible for putting the horrendously avant garde costumes on Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), which were all unique, to say the least.

I think Lucy should stick to her own fashion sense, which usually falls in the tasteful and classic area, and always presentable.

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Teenage Spears to Give Up Baby?

Star Magazine is reporting that 16 year old Jamielynn Spears has decided to giver her baby to her mom, Lynne Spears, to raise in Kentwood, Louisiana, so she can return to work and concentrate on her career.

A source told America's Star magazine: "After several weeks of personal soul searching and talks and discussions with her mom, Jamie Lynn reluctantly agreed that giving up the baby is the right thing to do.

"Lynne says Jamie doesn't understand the lifelong consequences of having a baby. She wants Jamie Lynn to continue her show business career after the baby is born and Jamie Lynn also realises she wants to enjoy her teenage years without the responsibilities of caring for a baby.

"Jamie Lynn will be back at work and trying to remind people of her talent and not that she is an unwed teenage mother."

What do you think, people? Will Jamie Lynn's career be able to recover after this hiccup? Do you think she will have to find a niche other than Nickelodeon to take her in?


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Romo Tries to Dump Simpson

At least they'll always have Mexico.

Dallas Cowboys star Tony Romo has reportedly dumped Jessica Simpson, who was widely blamed for costing him a shot at the Super Bowl.

"Tony is now starting to blame her himself," a pal told OK! magazine. "Before dating Jessica, he was Texas' golden boy. Now he's become a joke."

A few days after the Giants bounced the Cowboys from the playoffs, Romo called the "Dukes of Hazzard" star to tell her their romance was over.

"He said he thought it was better if they went back to being friends," a pal of hers said.

A final breaking point came when Romo told Simpson he wouldn't move to L.A. - and she responded there was no way she could leave Tinseltown.

"It was the moment he realized it wasn't going to work with Jessica in the long term," the pal told OK!.

In other reports, Jessica didn't allow the breakup to go as planned, and flat out denied to Romo that they could part ways. Simpson knows that the bad press would focus solely on her, and she doesn't want that kind of attention right now. It is alleged that Romo plans to take her on some horrendous dates in order to spur her to accept the breakup, one of which would include fishing. Perhaps if he "accidentally" drops her overboard....


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