Saturday, November 19, 2011

I Ain't One To Gossip, But.....

Um, Kat Von D? Karma called, honey.
It seems that Kat Von D is all kinds of upset that the man in her life, one Jesse James, with whom she had an affair while he was married to Sandra Bullock, has cheated on her during their relationship.
Nineteen times.
The reality show star took to Facebook--apparently she doesn't Tweet--to open up about her failed relationship with James: "Today I encountered the 19th girl to add to the list of people Jesse cheated on me with during this last year. I kept going back and forth in my mind as to what the best way would be for me to release and let go of any residual feelings remaining from that toxic relationship. All of this may sound petty or immature to some, but I assure you this is coming from a place of pure honesty and love."
Um, Kat? Honey? Pure honesty didn't seem to play into it when you schtupped married Jesse, so why on earth would you think any one of Jesse's Schtup Of The Month gals--or even Jesse The Cheater, himself--would feel differently.
Whores'r'whores, hon. And some of them might have to remove the Jesse James' face that was tattooed to her ribcage. 
Good luck with that, Kat.


What's this? Someone who used to work for Kash Kow Kardashian is being sued by the Big Ass?
Indeed. Jonathan Jaxson--gotta love that spelling....only in Hollywood--a former publicist who worked for Kim Kardashian from 2007-2009, claimed that Kim Kardashian’s engagement ring “from” Kris Humphries was “very similar” to a ring that she used in 2007 to stage a fake engagement with Reggie Bush. And, apparently, this has been supported by paparazzi photos taken at the time, which show Kim wearing a ring that looks identical to her engagement ring with Kris. 
Jaxson also goes on to say that Reggie was unaware that Kash Kow had set him up for fake engagement rumors, and that “these type of antics” ended their relationship. He also said that Kim had a whole plan to get famous, that she wasn’t fazed by her sex tape at all and that it wasn’t released without her permission.
So, naturally, Kash Kow Kim is suing Jaxson for defamation and wants $200,000. Her lawyer, Marty Singer, claims that Kim barely worked with Jaxson, that Jaxson is lying and that he signed a confidentiality agreement that prevents him from talking to the media. 
Oops. Maybe not Kimmy. Maybe you were too busy moaning on camera to see that Jaxson's "confidentiality" agreement was never signed by either party. 
Poor Kash Kow Kim. It's now quite clear that she is nothing but a lying, fame-whoring, sell-your-soul-for-money, sex-taping media addict. Color me surprised. But what doesn't surprise me is that everyone seems to be jumping on the No More Kash Kow Kim bandwagon:
Michael Bublé ripped on Kim during a recent performance in NY. He said “Please welcome Kim Kardashian [to the stage],” then joked “Nah, just [bleeping] with you! That bitch isn’t coming on my stage.” The NY Post has this story, along with the detail that he then dedicated a song to Kris Humphries.
There's a petition circulating demanding that Tyler Perry remove Kash Kow from his latest film, and another petition to the E! channel, demanding her show, er, shows, be canceled.
And then there's a new book called Celebrity, Inc.: How Famous People Make Money that examines how Kow Kardashian was able to best her former bestie, Paris Hilton, in earnings. Author Jo Piazza says that “everyone thinks [Kim is] a joke” and that her “shelf life” is almost over. 
Shelf life.
It's funny cuz it's true.


File this one under Gosh, I Hope It Isn't True.
Soul-singing diva Patti LaBelle is in trouble with the law again, after ALLEGEDLY throwing water bottle at an 18-month-old child and then trying to punch the child's mother. 
The lawsuit, filed Monday, November 14, says the singer ALLEGEDLY got heated with the mother, a kindergarten teacher, over parenting techniques and the argument escalated into a screaming match.
The incident took place in a Manhattan apartment building where the complainants, Roseanna Monk and her husband Kevin, live. LaBelle had also been staying in the building for a short time during her tenure in the Broadway musical 'Fela!'
The Monks' lawyer, Samuel L. Davis, told the press that LaBelle got into an unwarranted kerfuffle scuffle with Roseanna Monk after Monk allowed her toddler to stray slightly away. Monk was ALLEGEDLY carrying luggage and a car seat into her building when LaBelle criticized her lack of concern for her child. Monk then scooped up her child and told LaBelle that it was none of her business which led the singer to throw water at the pair while simultaneously launching into an obscenity-laden lecture.
As the toddler began crying--I mean, a diva hurled a bottle at him--Monk made an undisclosed remark to LaBelle who then charged the resident, ALLEGEDLY attempting to hit her. The Monks' lawsuit seeks an unspecified--read: hundreds of thousands--amount for damages, an apology from LaBelle and a donation to a children's cancer charity. 

LaBelle has refused the settlement offer.
This new lawsuit comes just months after LaBelle's bodyguards brutally beat a West Point cadet when he neared too close to the singer's luggage outside a Houston airport. After the incident, the cadet, Richard King, was suspended from West Point and required at least one year of service. He has since been reinstated and is suing LaBelle for physical damages and defamation. 
Patti recently countersued for the cadet's alleged use of sexually and racially demeaning language at the airport pickup area.
Temper, temper, Diva.


This really isn't gossip, because it happened. On TV.
The View's resident rightwingnut, Elisabeth Hasselbeck got into a bit of a tiff with guest Bill Maher on the show this week, over comments Maher made about her on his show months ago.
Hold a grudge much, Lizzie?
It seems that Hasselbeck was offended by a tasteless remark Maher made at her expense on his HBO show last February, where he said that we should send Hasselbeck to Egypt in exchange for CNN correspondent Lara Logan. 
Now, that's kinda funny...except I don't think anyone would exchange Hasselbeck for anyone else...and not in light of the fact that that Logan was sexually assaulted by a mob. Top be fair, however, Maher's remark was made over a week before news of the assault was known at all. 
But that didn't stop Hasselbeck from confronting Maher about it. She told him she didn’t find his joke to be funny, and he explained that it wasn’t meant as a personal attack on her. But Lizzie, like any good Republican with an asshatted bone, wouldn't let it go.
“Would you say that again?” asked Hasselbeck.
Maher quipped, “If I had a crystal ball and knew I was coming here and had to spend my whole segment talking about it, no.”
Lizzie kept on and kept on and kept on, until Granny Walters awoke from her nap and pronounced, "We’re done, can we move on?”
Still, Lizzie was undeterred, and thereby proving what a moron she truly is, by saying, as the group began talking politics, “Wow, I actually feel smarter sitting next to you.”
To which he replied, “Really? I feel like I’m in high school sitting next to you.”
It's funny, cuz it's true.


Ashton and Demi........meh. I saw that coming right after the "I do's".

8 comments:

froggy said...

What a bunch of embarrassing humans.

mistress maddie said...

I can not stand the Kardashians. Kash Kow Kim with her bis ass and big tits looks like a cow in a field getting milked some days!

Howard said...

And what do all these embarrassments have in common? Breeders, the lot of them. And we can only hope they don't procreate...

Beth said...

I watched that clip of Maher and Hasselbeck. He handled it very well, and definitely came off as the adult in the discussion. His remark about high school was dead on, because she really was that ridiculously juvenile.

tamayn said...

I don't know what to say about Kat Van D. Was she really going into a relationship expecting that he'd magically reform? Another argument against permanent declarations of love.

I'm pretty happy to think that the Kardashians might be disappearing; but well, one can only wish on shooting stars so many times.

Mitch Block said...

Exactly what froggy said... except the part about them all being humans. The jury is still out.

Joy said...

I saw The View when Bill Maher was on and the Twit pounced on him with all her smug sanctimonious yippy dog might. I'm so glad he didn't apologize and that he handled himself maturely. It was like dealing with an annoying gnat. It was uncomfortable all the way around. I thought she'd never stop and Baba Wawa didn't make it any better (no surprise).

Biki said...

Why oh why do we pay any attention to these fame whores, fools and singers who think the fact they can sing, gives them a pass on acting within societies guidelines?