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Archives for April, 2009 - Page 2


Jamie Foxx Mans Up And Apologizes To Miley Cyrus

Well ladies and gents, as expected, Jamie Foxx manned up last night on Leno and apologized to Miley Cyrus.

Did he sound sincere?

Yes. He even brought up his own daughter (and as a side note, I can only imagine how mortified I would've been if my father had gone on such a disgusting and public rant when I was 15, so, Foxx, I hope you've apologized to her, too).

Did he have some sort of "excuse"?

Naturally, and I get the whole "comedian" thing but, really...
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Jamie Foxx, You Pretty Much Disgust Me Now

Of all the ways I could have started my Tuesday morning, I had to start it by listening to this garbage.

41-year-old actor, musician, and one of the stars of the upcoming movie The Soloist (remember, I actually praised him a few months ago) Jamie Foxx apparently thought it'd be a good idea to call 16-year-old Miley Cyrus a "b****," engage his co-hosts and the caller in a ridiculous conversation about her mouth, and encourage Cyrus to "make a sex tape," "do some heroin,"...
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Agoraphobia Or Just Plain Rudeness, Billy Bob?

Back in January, Billy Bob Thornton told MTV he was "kind of an agoraphobic."

I'm just wondering if that has anything to do with off he seemed during his interview with CBC radio's Jian Ghomeshi.

The interview was supposed to be about Thornton's band, the Boxmasters, but it was pretty much all around awkwardness from the start. Some of Thornton's behavior seemed like he nervous? At this point, can someone as well known as Billy Bob Thornton still get nervous about things like radio...
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Teen Celebs: Moody, Impulsive, And…Losing Gray Matter

I've read numerous blogs, "news" articles (though really, I have no idea how this falls into the category of "news"), and "tweets" focused on how mean, rude, snotty, and overall nasty certain young celebs are these days.

Miley Cyrus made fun of fellow Disney stars Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato (supposedly over a Jonas brother - so, pretty typical teenage stuff).

Hayden Panettiere supposedly screamed at reporters at a red carpet event for the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific Foundation claiming they all made...
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Lessons From Demi Moore's Reaction To Suicide Threat

Twitter is changing the celebrity world as we know it, my friends.

That probably sounds pretty dramatic, haha, but really - in what other reality would Matt Lewis tell me, a lowly blogger, about his involvement with Action for Children, Emma Watson ask me to explain Babel Fish, and Taylor Laurent actually follow me back? (Sure, he follows everyone back, but whatever.)

Oh, and let's not forget: Twitter might have actually allowed Demi Moore to save a life.

Yep, that's right - and if you've watched...
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