Blind Items: I Guess, You Guess

December 8, 2009 / Posted by:

This singer with a famous name has finally left the Church of Scientology. She is so disenchanted with the organization that she posted a series of YouTube videos under an assumed name detailing her grievances with the cult. The Church’s Office of Special Affairs (OSA), which polices the internet for “Suppressives”, managed to shut down her YouTube channel twice, but it has recently been successively reposted. (Blind Gossip)

The hint “famous name” pretty much grabbed onto my finger and pointed it directly at Lisa Marie Presley (question mark here). But I’m going to guess Chaka Khan too, because I’d love to see the Scientologists try to wrestle with her.

This very attractive and popular female model and sometime reality star thought she had the funniest joke the other night. While at a Christmas event/party she kept saying, “Oh it will be a White Christmas.” She then would do a bump of coke off her hand. All night she followed the same pattern until finally at one point the whole table she was at said it before she could. She then laughed and did another line. (CDAN)

Joanna Krupa?

We’re not sure why everyone cares so much about this whole Tiger Woods thing. Sure, it’s despicable, but it’s not like it’s unique. What would really shake things up is if the mistresses started coming out for this married female A list singer. Not Christina Aguilera. (BuzzFoto)

While I was reading this blind item, Reba McEntire (we’re not here to judge each other) popped up on my iTunes, so I’ll take that as a sign and guess her. Or Beyonce? Or Fuggie Fug?

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