Michael Cera hasn’t let fame get to his wardrobe. The Superbad star, in NYC to promote Year One, stepped out in an twee ensemble identical in all but color to the clothes he wore at Sundance in January. But hey, guys aren’t very imaginative, right? All that matters is that they clean up for important occasions. Like last night’s Year One premiere, where Cera traded his casual attire for—a sweater and jeans. Sigh. Invest in suits, Michael. You won’t always be 21.
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When a breakup knocks a celebrity down, they do not stand right back up. First, they go to some faraway tropical paradise to lick their wounds. Take Amy Winehouse or Lindsay Lohan, for example. Amy fled to St. Lucia after her Blake Incarcerated allegedly bumped nasties with a German model and Lindsay hit Hawaii after getting dumped by Samantha Ronson. (Okay, some celebs may never stand back up).
Now it’s Katie Price‘s turn. Pictures have surfaced of the model/entrepreneur showing off her voluptuousness on the party island of Ibiza a month after hubby Peter Andre filed for divorce. Currently engaged in a PR battle (she’s been dubbed “callous” and “cold” by the British press), she might want to steer clear of booze and men — at least for another month or so. Getting called a “tramp” is the last thing she needs.
Insane factoid of the day: Both Katie and Peter will have their own reality TV shows chronicling their divorce. What?! [Photo: Splash News Online]
Reese Witherspoon has started filming her new movie, How Do You Know, in Washington D.C., and apparently the part requires the pretty starlet to get her puke on. In the scene she shot today, Reese barfs in a trash can after a particularly brutal run. She may have some nasty dribble on her chin, but another Oscar nod would surely make it all worth it, right? [Photo: Splash News Online]
Losing the Miss California crown isn’t making Carrie Prejean‘s life any easier. The organization behind the pageant has threatened to sue her if she continues to argue her firing was over the Prop 8 controversy. “If Carrie Prejean wants to assert in public that she was courteous, cooperative or professional in her conduct as Miss California USA, the history of her churlish insolent misbehavior can be presented.” The pageant’s letter, discovered by TMZ, lists 39 pageant appearances she refused to attend.
And those aren’t the only people she flaked out on. Clothing company Sledge USA has dropped Prejean as its fall spokesmodel, saying “she did not keep her appointments at all.” While her loss of title reportedly had nothing to do with their choice, Sledge is replacing Prejean with none other than Tami Farrell, the new Miss California. That’s gotta hurt.
With physical singles becoming a thing of the past, the idea of a song needing a “cover” seems more and more unnecessary. That is unless your cover features Mariah Carey, soaked to the bone in her skivvies, squeezing water out of her T-shirt. So we’ll give “Obsessed,” the first single off Carey’s Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel, a pass.
The upcoming video for the song, released today, will be helmed by Rush Hour director Brett Ratner. So expect something glossy, explosive and…if this cover means anything…wet.
Well hey there. Jon Gosselin may still technically be married to Kate Gosselin and her choppy mop, but the father of eight has been spending a lot of time alone. The often-emasculated reality star spent some quality time this week daddin’ it up with his kids and dogs and hanging out shirtless by his pool. What do you think of Gosselin’s bod – gross or gorgeous? [Photo: Splash News Online]
Looks like even Sacha Baron Cohen has his limits. The comedian has maintained his flamboyantly gay persona at all times while promoting his new comedy, Bruno, but that didn’t stop Isla Fisher, Cohen’s fiancee and the mother of his daughter, Olive, from attending the film’s Paris premiere. It’s nice she’s supportive, but it kind of kills the illusion, doesn’t it? At least she didn’t bring the kid along.
Slightly less surprising guests at the event were Zach Galifianakis—still promoting The Hangover in Europe—and exiled director Roman Polanski, who we’re not used to seeing at screenings less classy than Cannes. Think he’ll show up when Year One comes to town?
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Apparently every move that singer Chris Brown makes – from his recent basketball game appearances with pal Omarion (pictured above) to his “I’m not a monster” video – is orchestrated by his crisis management firm. The reps – who he hired in the wake of his domestic violence scandal – are doing everything in their power to make the public forget all about Chris’ alleged antics, which supposedly left ex-girlfriend Rihanna bruised and battered.
According to TMZ, Sitrick and Company is urging Brown to stay in the public eye – to a point. Clubbing, apparently, is off-limits, and his peeps weren’t pleased when he hit up a hot spot recently with some of the Kardashian kids and Bow Wow in tow.
Sources also say that Rihanna’s recent stints out in public looking happy and healthy only help Chris’ case. The singer will be appearing in court next Monday at the first hearing in Brown’s trial. [Photo: GettyImages]