This may be the saddest Christmas story I’ve ever heard. There’s a newer and meaner Grinch in the land and it’s the York County Sheriff’s Department in Nebraska! It’s their fault that there’s people in Vermont and Boston who spent their Christmas sadly clutching their empty bongs.
My favorite journalist Prince Hot Ginge interviewed our 44th POTUS Barack Obama on BBC Radio 4, and in between fluffy questions about the political dangers of social media and the pressures of being president, PHG asked hard-hitting ones like “boxers or briefs?”, “Rachel or Monica?” and “Kim or Khloe?” Obama wouldn’t answer the last one, but he should’ve said, “You mean Kim Fields or Chloe Lattanzi, right? Because they are the only Kim and Chloe I care about!” There was one answer that Obama gave and it made me wish he was hooked up to a lie detector machine, because I really want to see a lie detector needle spell the words “Bitch, PLEASE!” on a piece of lie detector paper.
ABC just released a passel of promos for the upcoming season of Roseanne and they all feature Dan! And no, he’s not a zombie though that would have been one way to go. Dan Conner, played by John Goodman, is alive and well and parked on that disaster of a couch, despite the fact that he was killed off in the 1997 series finale. And in true Roseanne fashion, Roseanne’s tongue is all up in her cheek in the promo that kind of sort of acknowledges Dan’s passing.
Stars, they’re just like us! They too can arrive at the airport expecting a simple flight, only to find themselves questioning the existence of Satan while languishing for hours in a soul-rattling airline hell. That’s what recently happened to Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, except they got to suffer in First Class.
During the summer, Olivia de Havilland sued FX and Feud creator Ryan Murphy for using her likeness in the show without her permission. She also turned her nose up at Catherine Zeta-Jones’ portrayal of her. 101-year-old Olivia later asked a court to speed up the legal process because, well, she’s 101 years old and every minute counts. Ryan Murphy’s side argued that any depiction of Olivia was protected under First Amendment rights. They also argued that they didn’t have to contact her for her “side” of the story. Olivia has recently responded.
Page Six has more messy details on Ex-Countless Luanne De Lesseps’ messy Palm Beach arrest, and there’s a chance that the Colony hotel in PB will soon get a one-star rating that reads: “If I could give zero stars I would, because I found a drunk horny Housewife in my bed.” Page Six claims that Luann was found in bed with a man in the wrong hotel room. Continue reading