Sienna Miller has opened up her skank mouth to confess that her relationship with Jude Law drove her to therapy. She said that Jude’s affair with his nanny distressed her so much that she needed to seek help for her mental state. Sienna said that therapy wasn’t really for her. The counselor asked her a very difficult question and Sienna answered by calling her a “cow.” She also said that Jude holds a special place in her heart and she still wears the ring he gave her, because he means so much to her slimy ass.
The therapist told her not to come back. The therapist also hit her over the head with a vase and threw her out the window. Ok that didn’t happen, but a boy can dream.
It’s a super slow news day, so here’s some dumb pictures of Kate Moss in Tempo Magazine.
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Mimi is officially hating on porn star, Mary Carey, and is trying to block her from trademarking her name. Mary is not only a porn star, but she’s also a politician wannabe. She has run for the Governer of California. Unfortunately, she hasn’t won. Mary recently put in a trademark application for her name and a few weeks later she received a letter from Mimi’s lawyers threatening legal action if she didn’t withdraw her application.
What a bully! Mimi needs to focus on her image situation rather than on stupid trash like this. I mean did Vanessa Williams ever sue Vanessa L. Williams? No! People have similiar names and yes Mary Carey (real name Mary Ellen Cook) changed her name to sound like Mimi, who cares.
Doesn’t Mimi have bigger fish to fry? No, I’m serious…because you know homegirl loves fried fish and chips with extra tartar!
Sharon Osbourne said that she sends her enemies a very special pressie for Christmas:
“I must have a thing, not about shitting, but about sending it to people. I’ve done it for an awfully long time. I suppose I find it funny. I mean, I don’t just do it to anybody. They have to have done something really bad. The last turd? Three … No, four years ago: when the first review came out of The Osbournes. And it was from a newspaper in America, a very legit one, not the American version of the Mirror or The Sun. The journalist said something about my kids being fat, and how unappealing that was. And I thought any journalist worth their salt would never write that about children in the society that we live in today. I said: ‘I heard you’ve got an eating disorder. Eat this.'”
Isn’t that illegal. She is full of caca anyway, so methinks she has a lot leftover.