People magazine confirms that producer Russell Simmons and
mega-diva bitch Baby Phat designer Kimora Lee Simmons are splitting up.
According to People, the couple met in 1992 when she was 17-years-old and finishing up high school and he was a 35-year-old self-admitted ladies man. I can’t believe this didn’t last…
It’s believed that Kimora Lee will ask for upwards of 100-Bajilliondy Dollars in the split. [link via Gawker)
Don’t hate me when I say this… but I’ve never seen an episode of The OC. Crazy, right? I just missed the boat entirely. Well, you can imagine my surprise when I got a phone call from a friend today who just had to tell me everything that happened during last night’s AMAZING episode. Since I knew this information would be lost on me, I decided to transcribe what she said, word for word, as she said it. So here it is, last night’s OC for ya, recapped by a friend of a friend:
It was such a great episode. Marissa is hooking up with this guy andâ€”youâ€™re typing what Iâ€™m
saying, aren’t you? Stop it. â€”okay, Marissa is upset because sheâ€™s not with Ryan anymore and her mother
is now engaged to her best friendâ€™s dad. So sheâ€™s fighting with her best friend
and she started doing coke. On the beach. At the end of the episode. And everyone
is worried about her. Ryan found a flask in her school book. Oh and ryan and Sadie, they got back together. She decided to not leave town and stay with him. And they
had sex also. And what else happened? Seth Cohen went to an AA meeting with his
mom. Oh, and this guy who worked with Sandy got the s**t kicked out of him by
um this bad guy. This bad guy that Sandyâ€™s doing business with. And he kicked
the s**t out of him. Matt is the guy! And I think that was it. There was a lot
of sex and a lot of beating up and a lot of drugs. It was really good.
Sex, drugs, and s**t kicking. Damn, maybe I should be watching the OC. Did you see it last night? What’d you think of the episode? Did she miss anything?
If Gawker’s Stalker maps just aren’t doing it for you now that George Clooney has diluted the celebrity spottings, we’ve got just the solution. We’ve decided not to tell you where we’ve spotted stars, but where the stars are scheduled to be in the next week. If you didn’t get a chance to run down to the Midtown precinct yesterday to see Naomi Campbell behind bars, there’s still a chance to spot some other celebs. Find out where one Baldwin, a few drunken reality stars, the mafia, one poppa(zao)and more will be in the next week after the jump.
The concept is simple– click on a character to shoot them with a ray gun. Try to do it as many times as you can before the time runs out. We’ve played this game a million times before.
But THIS time you’re playing as Stewie. AND you’re shooting members of the Griffin clan. So THAT’S what makes it worth your while. To a degree.
Waste a couple of minutes of time at work by playing the Family Guy "Victory is Ours" game. There are less productive things you could be doing with your time. You know… like reading blogs.
PLAY the game here.
It’s rare that I get excited for a movie based solely on a trailer– well, except for Basic Instinct 2– but after seeing the trailer for Darkon, I can NOT WAIT to see this movie.
It’s like Braveheart meets… Revenge of The Nerds. And it’s real. What more could you possibly ask for?
Watch the trailer here. Then add Darkon as one of your MySpace friends. They currently only have 137 friends… which will seem incredibly appropriate after you watch the trailer. I can’t wait for this movie.
After being misrepresented as a blogger by the Huffington Post, George Clooney is now going after Gawker and it’s recent launch of a celebrity sightings section. According to Page Six, the Oscar-winning actor wants to flood the blog’s email with fake celebrity sightings rendering the blog inaccurate.
In an email forwarded by his publicist to other celebrity publicists he wrote: "Get your clients to get 10 friends to text in fake sightings of any number of stars. A couple hundred conflicting sightings and this Web site is worthless. No need to try to create new laws to restrict free speech. Just make them useless."
Hey George will you attack our blog now? We would love a little press.
As you surely know by now, most of the steamy scenes from Basic Instinct 2 that circulated around the Internet (don’t pretend like you didn’t watch them) didn’t actually make it into the movie. In fact, there is very little sex and gratuitous nudity in the final version. This is quite disappointing and a little disturbing. But now I have even worse news. A spy who has seen the final version of Snakes on a Plane got in touch with me to reveal something even more shocking than the lack of sex in Basic Instinct 2: There are no snakes in Snakes on a Plane!