Where’s PETA when we need them? Danity Kane‘s frontwoman attended the Traitor premiere last night in L.A. and was channeling her inner … Chyna Doll? Jenna Jameson? Albino Big Bird? Aubrey O’Day needs a serious scrubbing; from the collagen to the self-tanner to the animal hides, this chick is an environmental hazard.
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Child molester Richard Hayes Stone (pictured above), Teri Hatcher‘s uncle through marriage, died of colon cancer at the age of 70 on Tuesday. The Desperate Housewives star helped put Stone behind bars after she heard of the suicide of Northern California teenager Sarah Van Cleemput (pictured at right). The young woman had left a note after shooting herself in the head that said: “You’re probably thinking a normal teenager doesn’t do this; well, ask Dick!”
The man in question ended up being Hatcher’s uncle, and the actress contacted authorities and secretly revealed to prosecutors that she was molested as a child by him. Mr. Stone pleaded guilty and had served six years of a 14-year jail sentence. [Photos: Splash News Online]
You can finally let out that breath you’ve been holding, Sporty Spice, a.k.a. Mel C. a.k.a. Melanie Chisholm is pregnant. Chisholm and her partner Thomas Starr have been together for six years but due to the fact that she was neither Posh nor Scary, we bet you didn’t know about him. It seems going on tour last year with the Spice Girls and being with so many children (Spice Offspring Tally: Posh:3, Scary: 2, Ginger:1, Baby:1) kick-started Sporty’s desire to start a family. Also, being excluded from concert photos might have been motivation for her as well. Chisholm is also reportedly working on her sixth (!) solo album, which seems like a lot. [Photo: WireImage]
Well, Gwen must o’ thought that it’s quite a joke
And it got a lot of laughs from a’ lots of folk,
It seems he’ll have to fight his whole life through, ma.
Some gal will giggle and he’ll get red
And some guy’ll laugh and he’ll bust his head,
I tell ya, life ain’t easy for a boy named “Zuma.” [People]
Everyone loves reality TV when it’s spiced up by illicit love affairs — especially when the show doesn’t intentionally play up romance for the sake of drama. Project Runway, known for its contestants’ talent rather than their sex lives, has made a match this season. Two designers, Episode 2′s casualty, Wesley Nault, and this week’s drag-show victim Daniel Feld (elimination aside, best episode ever!), have found not only an aspiring business together — but also love. You may not have noticed the sparks between them on the air. Explains Feld to the New York Post: “We were trying to keep everything private. Every time we were holding hands, or had our heads resting on each other, and the cameras would turn towards us, we’d never let them catch us.”
It also helps that the super-secret relationship only had five days to blossom before Nault got the boot. The couple has been going strong ever since. However, patriarch of all things Runway, Tim Gunn had this to say about viewing the show as a breeding ground for love connections “If anyone looks at Project Runway as Project Hookup, they’re going to be disappointed.” Come on Tim, embrace your inner Yente! [Photo: Bravo TV]
There will be no little Zuma’s (Gwen Stefani‘s new baby) or Gia’s (Matt Damon‘s latest offspring) for actor Jerry O’Connell, but he’s willing to get creative. While discussing possible names he and actress wife Rebecca Romijn might give their twins, due in four months, the expectant father had a few ideas. “We were joking about calling them Mary-Kate and Ashley,” O’Connell told Us Magazine.
We doubt that he considered the fact that, well, Mary-Kate and Ashley … Full House … John Stamos, uh, that might be weird considering his wife’s name was once Rebecca Romijn-Stamos. He also said he and Romijn discussed “maybe rhyming” the names. “But then is that a little Hansel & Gretel?” he asked. Actually, if you think about it … no?
Rhyming skills aside, Jerry is thrilled that he will be having two little girls, saying: “I’m really excited about having girls. I know guys are supposed to say, ‘I want a boy,’ [but] I just have a feeling I’m going to be good with girls.” [Photo: Splash News Online]
Aging Olympian Mark Spitz is damn sure he would have tied with Michael Phelps. Michael Phelps has yet to officially give a shit. [NY Post]
With Warner Bros.’ long-awaited Watchmen threatened by a lawsuit from Fox, nerds are startin’ up a posse. Watch out, Wolverine! [EW]
Ladies and gentlemen, Lil’ Wayne is now floating in space. [ONTD]
Weathermen need to chill out with this mind-bending viral bait. [BestWeekEver.TV]
Gary Glitter is out of jail and creepy as f*ck in London. [AFP]
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Before Gwen Stefani allegedly arrived at the hospital this morning to give birth by c-section, she did what any other mother would do: she dropped off her son at pal Britney Spears‘ house. Britney’s sons Sean Preston and Jayden James had an A-list playdate today with rock spawn Kingston Rossdale. While Gwen and hubby Gavin Rossdale are at the hospital possibly welcoming baby number two, son Kingston borrowed the Federline brothers’ toy Caddy and drove around the streets of L.A. Why be at the hospital when you can ride around in toy cars with Kevin Federline‘s offspring? [Photo: X-17 Online]
Congratulations, Doreen Rose. While there’s plenty of time for Khloe Kardashian or Richie Sambora to prove us wrong, it looks you’re going to have the most impressive DUI of 2008. Not only did you get arrested while pulling out of your driveway, you somehow managed to get arrested again later the same evening, even drunker than you were the first time. This woman is Andy Dick cubed.
Anyone who’s seen Thank You For Smoking probably feels like they already know this (“The message Hollywood needs to send out is ‘Smoking Is Cool!’”), but a new report from the American Cancer Institute makes it official: “depictions of smoking in movies is causally related to youth smoking initiation.” Smoking is down to 21% of the adult population, but more than 4,000 kids pick up their first cigarette each day, with a quarter of them becoming heavy smokers. And while there has been talk of cut-downs in cigarette advertising in films, the report claims that specific brands are still visible in about 1/3 of hit movies. Nick Naylor would argue that they’re all puffed by psychopaths and Europeans, but it still seems to be doing the job. We call it…the McLovin effect.