Wilmer Valderrama and Demi Lovato? How old is he now anyway? And is he the Gen Y answer to Scott Baio? Neither of them have any appeal (and not much talent). I don't get it. Can you help me understand?
Dear Bad Boy, Good Idea:
I'm tempted to be right there with you that these two are so wrong for each other. Wilmer, 31, is perhaps too much of a bad boy for a post-rehab Lovato (19). But who gives a crap about his talent? This is about a gal who's been through a lot wanting to move on and have fun; obviously, he's helping her with that, so perhaps we should all shut the hell up. Final word: Demi needs someone who's going to build her up, not break her down.
There has been a lot of talk about Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles in reference to certain monikers. You've said twice that they aren't Judas Jack-off and Dashed-Dingle Dreams. How about a tip to their real Vices, then? Pretty, pretty, please with hunky ghost hunters on top?
Dear Nice Try:
Doll, I wish I could, but I can't tell you anything more than your favorite guys (and mine) kind of have this domino thing going with their Vice(s). Also, let the record state, I have never unequivocally denied that Jared and Jensen are certain monikers.
There must be many stars who don't have their handprints at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre after many more years of work and probably better acting. I would think a lot of people would have issues that Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner got the jump on the rest of them just because of Twilight. Is this true?
Dear Jealous of Twilight:
You mentioned Dianna Agron's Vice being shocking and involving someone else. Is it more on the tragic side of the Vice spectrum? The girl seems like she's got a good head on her shoulders, and it'd be a shame if her Vice contradicted her genuinely sweet image. Personally, I'm hoping her Vice is out of the picture now and she can move on with her life. If it is what I think it is, it's extremely sad and both she and the other person involved were very hurt by what happened. Am I way off track, here?
Dear Sweet Girl, Sweeter Vice:
You're correct in guessing that her Vice is behind her.
I have to disagree with you about Jessica Simpson. She is doing what she has always done, which is anything to get her name in print. I don't know why people say her clothing line is reasonably priced. Maybe for some it is, but not on my paycheck. The last thing I need is a sky-high pair of heels. I do wish her well with her baby to be though. I just wish she would get out of the spotlight. I am tired on her and her family as well.
Dear Love Ya Back:
Sorry, M, but I, of course, disagree and think Simpson is totally over the public scrutiny. Otherwise, the gal would still be dedicating her life to her figure. And now? Seems like she doesn't give a crap what anyone thinks. I say props to her on finding her own success (instead of what her father really wanted).
I might be stating the obvious but what is Hugh Hefner thinking? Who wants to see Lindsay Lohan naked? I don't want to look at her naked body! Her days as a sex symbol are long gone! Furthermore, what is she showing the in the Playboy spread that she didn't already show in that Marilyn Monroe shoot a few years back?
Dear Just Play-ing Around:
Hey look on the bright side, at least Lindsay flashed a new set of pearly whites for the camera! Smile aside, I'm not entirely sure how Linds landed the photo shoot, either. Probably due to Dina Lohan's superior mommy management. Who knows, maybe some people find that whole mug-shot thing hot these days?
I think I know someone who has a birthday in November. So, Mr. Casablanca, if it happened to be you, who would you love to see jumping out of your cake, covered in frosting? My choice would be Johnny Depp in chocolate. I'll share mine if you share yours!
That's a good thing, too, ‘cause I hear Alexander Skarsgård's into sharing, too—perf!