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Mike Huckabee doesn’t think women should look up to Natalie Portman as a role model. He held the Black Swan star up as an example of Hollywood’s “distorted image” of single motherhood during a radio interview this week.
Host Michael Medved was the first to mention “visibly pregnant” Portman, her and her “problematic message.” Huckabee quickly expanded on the theme.
“People see a Natalie Portman or some other Hollywood starlet who boasts of, ‘Hey look, you know, we’re having children, we’re not married, but we’re having these children,’ and they’re doing just fine,” Huckabee remarked. “But, there aren’t really a lot of single moms out there who are making millions of dollars every year for being in a movie.”
Read More | E! Online
Charlie Sheen may be taking his media rants to a whole new level. The actor joined Twitter on Tuesday, gaining 300,000-plus followers within hours and offering up a picture of one of his “goddesses” almost immediately. In his bio, Sheen describes himself as “an unemployed winner.”
“Just got invited to do the Nancy Grace show… I’d rather go on a long road trip with Chuck Lorre in a ‘75 Pacer…” Sheen tweeted on Tuesday night.
Sheen was as busy on Tuesday as he was on Monday. He called into Howard Stern's radio show, saying “I have to right this unconscionable wrong.” He added, “Many people are suffering and I’m the only guy who can effect a change.”
The Two and a Half Men actor is referring to the studio’s decision to cancel production for the remainder of the eighth season.
Read More | Yahoo! News
TMZ has talked to some of the people who have reviewed the surveillance footage from Kamofie & Company, the jewelry store from which Lindsay Lohan allegedly lifted a $2500 necklace... and from what we’re hearing, the video shows that Linds didn't exactly pull off the crime of the century.
Reportedly, Lohan talked to the owner of the store before leaving, wearing the necklace almost the entire time she was inside. In the video, Lindsay tries on the necklace, looks at herself in the mirror and speaks to the owner while still wearing it around her neck. She took off the necklace she was already wearing in order to try on the one that could get her sent back to jail.
The necklace remained on her, in plain view, for the next 45 minutes as she continued to try on various pieces of jewelry within the store. She slipped her own necklace back on before leaving, but the store’s necklace was still plainly visible underneath.
Read More | TMZ
First, Corey Haim was left out of the In Memoriam segment at the SAG awards. Now, he’s been snubbed by the Oscars as well. Haim’s former bestie and most frequent co-star, Corey Feldman, has stepped forward to speak out against the slight.
“Corey’s films have earned the industry over a half a billion dollars, and his work remains an inspiration to young artists world wide,” Feldman ranted to TMZ. “Corey [Haim] dedicated his life to the film industry. The same industry that failed to dedicate even 30 seconds to his memory.”
Haim's face was missing from the In Memoriam shown during the 83rd Academy Awards, and for many fans the slight stings. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released a very tepid statement in response: “Whatever the length of the sequence, there will always be fans and family members of those not included who will be disappointed by their omission. The Academy extends its understanding and its apologies to those who missed seeing a favorite face in this year’s feature.”
Read More | TMZ
Charlie Sheen says that he’s clean and focused following an “epiphanous awakening,” and when we figure out just what he means by that we’ll let you know. “I’m on a quest to claim absolute victory on every front,” he told Piers Morgan on CNN.
If victory means practically monopolizing the media, Sheen’s already there. The actor's publicist quit on Monday, saying he is “unable to work effectively” at his job, and it’s no wonder. Charlie Sheen has been calling TMZ, CNN, Good Morning America and -- it seems -- anyone else who’ll pick up the phone.
Read More | CNN
The hosts of prestigious events are expected to be poised, funny, quick... and, it doesn't hurt if they look amazing. Anne Hathaway is gorgeous all the time, but she had a ton of help from names like Tiffany, Armani and Oscar at the 83rd Academy Awards on Sunday night. Even after we've taken a very critical look at each of her stunning gowns, we're finding it pretty hard to find flaws. The beautiful Valentino number she wore on the red carpet was just the beginning of an eye-popping night of fashion.
View the entire gallery of Anne Hathaway's parade of Oscar gowns, and see what we mean...
Read More | Luxist
The 83rd Academy Awards were held next to Grauman’s famous Chinese theater, in the heart of Hollywood. Where better to honor the elite Oscar crowd? Everyone donned the most expensive of frocks and jewelry for the event, strutting their stuff in the world's most well-known labels. But, not everyone managed to put together an award-winning look. Who failed so utterly, they managed to snag the Worst Dressed title? And which star shined so superbly, they stood out as Best Dressed? We've done the long red carpet walk to bring you the answers...
Lindsay Lohan’s $40,000 bail has been posted, and she’s free to roam all the jewelry stores in downtown Los Angeles . . . for now. The former child star pled not guilty on Wednesday to the felony grand theft charge she received for allegedly swiping a $2500 necklace from a Venice, California jewelry shop.
Lohan’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman-Holley, argues that Linds believed she was borrowing the piece. It is not uncommon for jewelry stores to lend out important pieces to celebs who will be photographed wearing the items, but in this case the jewelry store says no way -- Lindsay Lohan took the necklace without their consent or knowledge.
The actress must go back to court on February 23 to argue her innocence. Lohan could receive up to 3 years in prison for grand theft, if the charge sticks, on top of additional jail time for violating her probation. Lohan is on probation following her 2007 DUI arrest, and this won’t expire until August 11.
Read More | E! Online
Lindsay Lohan is reportedly facing a felony grand theft charge after (allegedly) stealing from a Los Angeles jewelry store, a crime which has been avidly reported by the press.
Suspicions arose when Lohan was photographed wearing a necklace that looked eerily similar to a necklace reported stolen by an LA jewelry store. Linds, who’s currently on probation, could face jail time if she’s convicted.
Lohan has been contending that she borrowed the necklace from the store. Lohan may be seen in the picture on the right wearing the necklace of interest.
Lindsay recently left the Betty Ford Clinic, where she was undergoing treatment for alcohol and substance addiction.
Read More | The Huffington Post
Vanity Fair has released a list of 2010’s top money-makers in Hollywood, and some of the figures are sickening.
Which actor made the most moolah? And which actress managed to nab the biggest paychecks for her work? The full list has a vampire, a werewolf . . . and one dreamer who loves the color blue (though, not as much as he loves green).
Read More | Vanity Fair
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