Yes, the Oscar front-runner for The Help thinks the help she needs is to get a rack lift. And you gotta love her for the honesty. As she tells Parade magazine about her post-Oscar plans:
Yes, her death was way premature and truly awful, but the time she spent on earth wasn't all tragic. So says the venerable Tony Bennett, who is Grammy-nominated for "Body and Soul," the duet he did with the big-haired, -lunged, and -nerved chanteuse.
Rick Perry gave an interview to Parade Magazine (this week's issue was, yet again, almost completely devoid of any coverage on parades or the parade-attending lifestyle) and people are needling him for comments he made about Barack Obama's birth certificate. He told the interviewer that he ha ... More >>
Singer/actress Kristin Chenoweth has long been in the usual position of being a devout Christian who's a fave of theater queens everywhere. But she says Christianity ain't necessarily a bad thing.
Hosni Mubarak's resignation as President of Egypt today has left an immense vacuum in world politics. Yes, this means that he is no longer 20th on Parade Magazine's List of the World's Worst Dictators. Who will slide into his now-vacant slot? We've got the scoop! SPOILER ALERT: Do not click " ... More >>
The current 007, Daniel Craig, is a British subject and so can only support U.S. candidates with witticisms. He tells Parade magazine that Barack Obama would make a better James Bond than John McCain :because -- if he’s true to his word -- he’d be willing to quite literally look the enemy in the ... More >>
Direct hits on Abu Ghraib, some close shaves, and frank talk about that Foster parent
The weirdest bit of closeting in years popped up in yesterday's Parade magazine profile of Jodie Foster. The piece by Dotson Rader bizarrely said, "Jodie has never admitted to any romantic involvements. When I ask why she has not yet fallen in love, she gets irritated and explains, perhaps disingenu ... More >>
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