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Saturday Fluffernutter: The Karma Comes Calling Edition; Gary Coleman (1968-2010); Dennis Hopper (1936-2010)

May 29th, 2010

All the fluffy news about those nutty celebrities

fluffincolorLindsay Lohan’s holiday in France is over. As rough as it was, stranded in Cannes in the spring, all good things must come to an end. So it was the Lohan got her paperwork sorted out and landed in LAX into the arms of the law. Her bail hearing, which she missed while she was being shut out from Paris Hilton’s party, was promptly held and LiLo was ordered to wear an alcohol detecting bracelet.melissa-glick-warhol-fluff-for-web Lohan was quite pleased, until it was explained to her that this bracelet was not a divining rod for rum cocktails, but to allow the court to monitor her commitment to sobriety. fluffincolor

They are going to make an example of you now, Lindsay, and you deserve it (my emphasis)

So says former Lohan boyfriend Aaron Carter. Classy. Of note, when Carter and Lohan split in 1993, Carter was a top selling recording star. Today, he hasn’t had a CD in 8 years, he has been embroiled in a lawsuit with his recording company after reneging on his recording contract, and he’s reduced to appearing on, not winning, Dancing With the Stars. Remember, Carter considers himself a dancer first, musician second, and he didn’t win Dancing With the Stars. Apparently Lindsay Lohan isn’t the only person getting what they deserve. fluffincolorMichelle McGee, aka (cough)Bombshell McGee, is upset that her former lover Jesse James didn’t acknowledge her during his recent mia-culpa interview:

… at the very least, I was hoping for some sort of acknowledgement regarding the pain and embarrassment he caused myself…

Yea well, at the very least Sandra Bullock expected her husband to not screw around with some disgusting, egotistical skank-ho. But as philosopher-king Michael Jagger has noted, you can’t always get what you want. fluffincolorGary Coleman (1968-2010) Gary Coleman was a child actor who small stature and comedic timing made him a sitcom natural. His role as Arnold Jackson on Different Strokes was a natural for him. He starred in the comedy for eight years. His catch line, watchou talkin’ about, was always good for a laugh, whether on the show or when we were at the bar and somebody was talking crap. After a lifetime of health problems, Coleman died this week after falling and hitting his head. Basically, he bruised his brain, and yesterday was taken off life support. He was 42 years old. fluffincolorDennis Hopper (1936-2010) Dennis Hopper began his film career in the 1950’s, but it was as an unrepentant hippy of the latter 60’s that he made his mark. It was an image that would last his life. His acting career lists over 200 movie credits, including my favourite, 1990’s Flashback, where he plays and aging, unrepentant hippy. His personal life included five marriages, including the last one to Victoria Duffy, which he was trying to have terminated while he was terminally ill. Hopper suffered for the last year with prostate cancer, which has spread to his bones. Dennis Hopper died this morning at his Los Angeles home, age 74.


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