Update: Despite doubts that Lindsay Lohan would be sent immediately to jail at her hearing today, that's exactly what happened. Judge Elden Fox ordered her held there without bail until her next court date of October 22 (almost 30 days if she is indeed there the entire time), and per CNN, "sh ... More >>
And now, for three things we already knew: 1) Lindsay Lohan failed a drug test last week. You know already because TMZ reported it on Friday afternoon, exclusively, though the D.A. said they had not yet been notified of the results of the test. Which brings us to two more things we already k ... More >>
It's been a minute since we've heard from Paris Hilton in any big way, but it's not for her lack of trying. In July, at the World Cup, she was allegedly detained for holding a bit of weed; she was subsequently released without charges or publicity. (It was a holiday weekend, and the World Cup ... More >>
via Us Weekly.In a strong bid for best photo-op of the summer, Steven Slater has met Barry Manilow. Slater, whom US Weekly describes as "famously disgruntled," went to see Manilow perform in Atlantic City. This picture ensued.
As you know, Alaska's sweethearts Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin have reunited and were sensible enough to tell Us Weekly about it before informing ma, Sarah Palin. If you're in need of a capsule summary of their wretched affair so far: Levi knocked Bristol up and Sarah had to spray air fr ... More >>
Since, as Us Weekly informed us all (including, apparently, Sarah Palin) yesterday, Levi Johnson has finally offered to make an honest woman of Bristol Palin -- and Bristol has accepted! -- we're been wondering: How does Levi's proposal fare in light of all of the impressive proposal efforts ... More >>
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Palin, pre alleged boob job.Wonkette recently posited the question of whether the former vice presidential candidate did or didn't buy herself "a couple of luxury items," based on a certain white tee Palin was wearing and a photo comparison of that with other non-white zippy-uppy shirts she' ... More >>
Click to Enlarge, but if you do, keep in mind that this woman has four kids. And is insane.Just as you probably could have guessed, of the various iterations of Bravo's brainsucky Real Housewives series -- which includes New York, Orange County, Atlanta, and soon, D.C. -- it was New Jersey wh ... More >>
Us Weekly/PRN/PR PhotosApparently, even though skinny blonde ex-con billion-heiress Paris totally mowed a Carl's Jr. burger for a commercial, once, now that she's on the verge of 30 and in desperate need of a yacht-ready bikini body, she's put her teensy-weensy foot down about the McDonald's ... More >>
Time to lighten the mood a little, folks, with another brand of terror: The kind you put on feet-first and wriggle over your thighs and then up to your waist, where their ill-conceived elastic pants-holder-up mechanism digs brutally into your belly-parts, indenting your sensitive flesh with r ... More >>
Here's our Tuesday night crime roundup (complete with celebs, pimps, and Gambinos, for all of you who can't wait for your Us Weekly): Michael Douglas' son Cameron was sentenced to five years in prison for dealing meth and coke. Prior to the sentencing, Douglas composed a handwritten letter ... More >>
--The Pixies have announced the dates for their Doolittle 20th anniversary tour, where the alt-rock legends will play the album in its entirety. The band will play nine cities, including three New York gigs: November 23, 24, and 25 at the 3,000-capacity Hammerstein Ballroom. We recently talke ... More >>
US Weekly with the coup. The music's pretty portentous, sure, but this was still way funnier in the abstract. Yikes.
Actually, I never even leave my seat at intermission.
This morning, the New York Times reports on the first bit of truly heartening news to come out of the New Depression: Abercrombie & Fitch is screwed. While cheaper stores that you would have been embarrassed to go into when you were a kid thrive, every teen lifeguard's go-to outlet for douchebag t-s ... More >>
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