por Ted Casablanca | Traduzido Por | Seg., 28 jan. 2008 07:22
First of all, of course, Spears has an arrangement with X17 (we happen to know, fer sure, here at AT). But anyway, that’s sorta like wondering if certain brow-perf actresses with hunky hubbys (times two) have had Botox, know what I mean? Like, I told A.J. to get real. Klieg-light hungry hell-raisers such as Lindsay and Paris and Brit-Brit do this all the friggin’ time!
Think we’ll pass on that one.
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K.T., much like Sunset Boulevard’s famed veteran broad, Norma Desmond, is at that age when Tinseltown thinks it’s squeezed everything it can get out of an actress, and any new contact is just mere formality. The woman may be getting on in years, but she’s damn regal doing it. Kate’s self-penned book attacks film legends like Michael Douglas, Nicolas Cage and Burt Reynolds, taking their celebrity down several naughty notches in the breathy process. But could K.T.'s slipping silver-screen secrets in her life story be from some major pent-up jealousy?
Kathy’s had both stage and screen acclaim, but she hasn’t achieved the same superficial success as her male costars—at all. Douglas is worth approximately $200 mil. Nic Cage ain’t poor, that’s fer sure...He’s buying up $10 mil mansions all over the country. That’s National Treasure moolah! And, ‘course, he gets about $15 million per film now. Did he get that much for sucking in The Wicker Man? Never mind.
The point is, even though I know Turner’s a wildly unpredictable, not exactly professional (look at her book) be-yotch, she operates in a game that’s clearly geared much more taking care of the dudes—not the babes. No wonder she’s printing potty-mouthed poopings! The dame’s incensed.
(It’s also exactly why I plan on buying the book, once I can get myself outta the coma I’m currently in while reading Andrew Morton’s Cruise “tell-all.” Oh, please.)
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Gotta say, I’m all shrugs when it comes to picking the clear candidate. But I’m def dead-set on not starting another four to eight years under the leadership of a prez with some personal issues to work out...Knowing gab is that John McCain has a très terrible temper that could heat up the Oval Office more than Monica ever did. And yet people are still worried about Hil having a moody time of the month, like she'd release a nuclear attack ‘cause of cramps.
Desk D.C. insists the White House is being royally snubbed—by its own party! See, the Potomac poop is that none of the (Republican) White House hopefuls are returning calls from any of the current Bush staff to climb aboard their campaigns. Gee, wonder why? Maybe Dubya can fill in some of the blanks for us
Also, GWB is planning on writing a book once he’s up and out of the White House. I know what you’re thinking—a coloring book? A pop-up book? Surely, it couldn’t possibly be an actual memoir, chock-full of verbs and nouns and all types of punctuation?
Alas, my lovelies, it may very well be just that. Think Bush will actually dig down deep about his drug-addled past, his back-to-back terms of mayhem or his deteriorating relaysh with the First Lady? Allow me to roll my eyes with a resounding not on your life. Prezzi B’s reached out to about seven or eight writers to help him out with the big words like president and the difference between there and they’re, but no one’s biting to help pen the book.
Makes sense. I’d rather reread Andy Morton’s yawn job every week for a year.
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