Which prominent TV personality is about to come out with the help of public relations guru Howard Bragman, who has helped dozens of celebs announce their sexuality? The media blitz will begin next week. (Page Six)
If this is Anderson Cooper, then Howard Bragman should know that the only acceptable official "coming out" announcement must include a parade down 8th avenue, dozens of shirtless man angels, a hundred baby silver foxes with rhinestone unicorn horns on their heads and rainbows in metallic tones spelling his name out in the sky (contact heaven and they will know what to do).
If it's someone like Ryan Gaycrest or Richard Simmons (HA!) then a regular "Yup, I'm Gay, In Case You Give a Shit" cover of People will do. It's a classic.
Which apparently clean singer has a huge drug problem and had to make a big payout to a tour manager, who quit and sued after he was asked to look after a suitcase that turned out to be packed with drug paraphernalia? (Page Six)
Aaaand Iiiiiiiiiiiii-eeeeeee-iiiii think this is Whitney Houston? I will forever blame Bobbaaaay B for this.
Fans of this long-running television show will be disappointed to know that it is ending. At the upfronts next week, they will announce that the next season will definitely be the show’s last. They will claim that it’s because they want to go out on top and that their star plans to move on to another exciting new project. Neither of these things is true.
The truth is that the ratings have fallen over the past couple of seasons, and that the show’s pretty star has no idea what they will be doing next. They are also very, very worried about being labeled a has-been. After all, this is the third or fourth TV show they’ve been responsible for that will have met its demise in as many years. Sometimes show business can be ugly. (Blind Gossip)
"Go out on top" = America's Next Top Model.
Now where will I get to see fucked up photo shoots where the models portray various internal organs or days of the week or whatever?