Saturday, September 26, 2020

I Ain't One To Gossip But ...

While the 25th Bond movie No Time To Die hasn’t come out yet—the release date was just another victim of COVID-19—it seems there’s already talk as to who will be the new Bond when Daniel Craig hangs up the tuxedo.

And the latest white guy rumored to be Bond—because I doubt they’ll ever give the role to the oh-so-deserving Idris Elba—is tattooed mush mouthed bad boy, Tom Hardy. I can almost hear it now:

“Bond. James Bond.”

Only it will sound more like:

“Brgd. Jmst Brgd.”



Ever since Kim Cattrall saved the world from another sequel to Sex and the City—for which I sent a muffin basket—we have heard about the feud between the two women, and I have come down firmly on the side Team Cattrall.

Back in 2017, SJP wanted to do a third film, even though the most fervent fans of the show were like:

“Oh, honey. No … no.”

And the fans were rewarded when Kim Cattrall announced that not only would she not do another sequel, the idea of appearing beside Sarah ‘Why the long face’ Jessica Parker, was a fate worse than death. Kim accused the cast of being toxic—with SJP being the main mean girl—and said she’d never been friends with SJP and that it was always and only just a job.

SJP acted … badly … surprised by Kim’s words, saying she was “heartbroken” by Kim’s words and that there was never any drama on the set.

Uh huh. And things went from bad to worse after Kim’s brother Christopher went missing—he was later found dead—and SJP decided the best place to offer condolences was on a red carpet being interviewed by EXTRA.

Yeah, and Kim wasn’t playing, and recently talked SJP—and yet actually did not talk SJP—while promoting her new TV series, Filthy Rich:

“Everything is on Google, so I encourage you to Google it, about anything that I’ve said.”

I love that she clearly has no love for SJP but rather than rehash she tells you to go look it up!

“I feel that that was then, and when I look at what’s going on around me, I just don’t have any regrets.”

Well, other than that sequel to the first not-so-good SATC movie.


Well, it looks like Demi Lovato and fiancé Max Ehrich won’t be saying “I do.”

In the age of COVID-19 and social media the rumors of the split broke after Lovato’s bodyguard and her sister both … wait for it … it’s totally 2020 … it’s the new smackdown … unfollowed Ehrich on Instagram.

Egads; and then, pouring salt into the wound, Demi and Max haven’t “liked” each other’s last several social media posts either.

Oh, man, it’s clearly over then.


Another relationship ending is that of HGTV “star” Christina El Moussa Anstead, who is divorcing her second husband, Ant Anstead, and like Demi and Alex, is going the social media route in letting us know.

Only Christina is taking it a step further by scrubbing her social media accounts of every single image of her high-profile, HGTV-aired wedding to Anstead, who still has wedding photos on his social media.

Burt for Christina, it’s like there was no wedding at all, even though Christina also says:

“Ant and I have made the difficult decision to separate. We are grateful for each other and as always, our children will remain our priority.”

But the children will never see those darned wedding photos.



Helen Lashbrook said...

It's always the children who get hurt when their parents split, even when the slit is amicable (unconcious uncoupling?) When the split is anger driven then the kids really get it in the neck when mummy tells them that daddy is bad and mean and vice versa. Who do they believe? and then the parents can move on to mental torture; "if you see your mother then you'll never see me again" type tactics. and of course there's the reverse, trying to buy the children's love.

Parents should think more of the beloved children than they do of their likes on social media, but sadly in this day and age that just isn't going to happen.

the dogs' mother said...

A nice bit of gossip before the
Supreme looniness!

take care, xoxo :-)

anne marie in philly said...

marriage is like a kleenex tissue; use and throw away. some of us can roll with life's punches, others make a mockery of what we have.

I am proud to say I never watched a single episode of "SATC".

Debra She Who Seeks said...

I watched one episode of SATC and it was so appallingly awful, I never watched another.

Treaders said...

I loved Tom Hardy in LEGEND (about London gangland thugs the Kray twins), but I could totally see Idris as James Bond too. They're both dreamy!

VRC-Do You! said...

I must say that I did watch a few episodes of Sex In The City...But I did not gravitate towards SJP...Who would wear some of that shit in NYC...I loved the supporting cast...I loved Samantha, the one ball boyfriend, and others who floated through...

Dave R said...

Let's be honest, nobody listens to what Daniel Craig says, they just look at him, and it won't be Tom, and it won't Idris, it will be.....

Social media can't live with it, can live without it.

Mistress Maddie said...

There's a show on PBS right now now Modus which Kim Cantrel is in. It's excellent and she portrays the female president of the US who gets abducted while abroad.

Travel said...

Ant (short for Anthony) is a nice guy, I never understood why he married that crazy self centered ^!%@#. Can you tell I don't like her?

Sadie J said...

I like Tom Hardy, but I'm not sure I can picture him as James Bond. Idris, on the other hand, has that natural class. I'd love to see him play the part.