Posts Tagged ‘Olivia Wilde’

Saturday Fluffernutter: The March of the Beiber Edition.

March 16th, 2013
Comments Off on Saturday Fluffernutter: The March of the Beiber Edition.

All the fluffy news about those nutty celebrities

fluffincolorJustin Beiber’s disastrous week in London ended in the style in which it was lived. Apparently his erratic behavior was caused by overwork: “I was working out every morning and had a huge show every night.”

He’s 21, and a morning in the gym, and 2-hours of dancing in the evening is too grueling? What the hell happened to the youth.fluff-glass

Meanwhile, the Beiber’s are complaining Justin had to have his 21st birthday without his family being present. This from his mother’s twitter account:

First bday I’m not with you! Miss u like crazy.

Beiber himself said of his week in London, “I’m far away from home. I miss my family.

How rock star of him.

fluffincolorOn top of that which we covered last week, Beiber’s Big Week ended with a shouting match with a paparazzi last Friday, challenging the photographer to a fight. Beiber, leaving his hotel, pushed the photographer out of the way. When the photographer complained, Beiber charged at him, yelling,

What the fuck did you say? What did you say? I’m gonna fucking beat the fuck out of you.

A couple of days earlier his pal, the rapper Lil Twist ( seriously?) crashed the Beib’s Fisker Karma car into a lamp post in LA. This after getting a ticket a week earlier for illegally tinted windows.

After leaving London, Beiber cancelled a concert in Portugal on Tuesday, citing his rough week.

Crashing cars and fighting is very rock star: threatening to fight without doing so, having somebody else crash your car and canceling concerts? I repeat, what’s wrong with kids, and “rock” stars, these days?

fluffincolorBest part of the Week of Beiber was Olivia Wilde tweeting, “Beiber, put your fucking shirt on…” The tweet got a reaction, but not the one she was expecting – Beiber’s fans flooded her twitter feed with angry abuse.

Sadly, Wilde has now backtracked a little, saying she tweeted out of concern for Beiber. Truth be told, I would respect her far more if she responded by saying, “sorry, what I meant to say was, pull up your pants, you look like a moron.”

fluffincolorGweneth Paltrow has it all, looks, wealth, fame, perfect family and pretentiously high self-esteem that borders on narcissistic. In her new cookbook, the actress recounts a story of serving a meal to friends in the garden of her London home when she suddenly fell ill. She thought she was having a stroke and “that I was going to die.” Doctors later diagnosed her with a migraine and a panic attack. Because panic attacks are just like strokes.

Oh and, can’t wait to try that recipe.

Fluffernutter , , , ,

Saturday Fluffernutter:

January 22nd, 2011
Comments Off on Saturday Fluffernutter:

All the fluffy news about those nutty celebrities

fluffincolorThe Golden Globes were held last weekend in Hollywood and Comedian Ricky Gervais hosted most of the show. After his opening monologue, however, he disappeared for over an hour. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, who’s awards the Golden Globes are, were apparently unhappy with some of his jokes. fluffposter01sample1Hollywood can be cutting and cruel to those they disagree with, but taking a ribbing themselves is over the top. Gervais was, to the whiny, self centred Hollywoodistas, over the top.

Gervais himself says he won’t be back, saying twice (he hosted the show last year, as well) is enough. Which is Cockney for, “my act has worn thin.”

Sigh – enjoy next years Golden Globes, to be hosted by… Mary Hart?

I’m trying to decide what Robert Downey Jr. would say if Sarah Palin was as easily offended as this group of egoists.

fluffincolorNot Mary Hart, you say? OK, how about Regis Philbin.

The debonair heartthrob to Grandmas from Des Moines to Debuke, Philbin told the live audience of his show, Live with Regis and Kelly, that he was retiring at the end of the summer.

Philbin, who is 79, told the audience, “I’m almost 80, let me retire for F&$k Sake.” Or something.

The question is, would the ever likeable, and polite Philbin put down his Mah-Jong tiles to host the Golden Globes next year?

pinkfluff1Golden Globe big winners: Anne Hathaway and Olivia Wilde had the nicest dresses of the evening.


  • The Social Network: best Drama
  • The Kids are Alright: best Comedy
  • Natalie Portman: best actress
  • Colin Firth: best actor

fluffincolorThe sequel to Batman Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, is in pre-production and they have stepped up big. Anne Hathaway has been slotted in to adorn the skin tight cat suit, performing the role of Cat Woman. Um… meow?

Christian Bale will reprise his Batman role, returning for part II of the “overrated movie of the decade series.”

fluffincolorCongratulations to Owen Wilson and his girlfriend Jade Duell (there’s a sexy name) who had a boy last week. The name: Robert Ford.

One question. Is it that coward Robert Ford? Or that Big Fat Sweaty Mayor Robert Ford?

fluffincolorDon Kirshner (1934 – 2011): 70’s music fans like myself recall Don Kirshner as the guy from “Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert,” the only opportunity rock fans had to see their favourite bands on TV.

To earlier fans, he was a music industry insider, who found artists to sing songs of songwriters like Neil Sedaka or Howard Greenfield. In 1966 he was hired to find music for a new TV show, The Monkees. He later left that show to work on The Archies, saying of the animated band: “I want a band that won’t talk back.”

He began his live TV show career working on ABC’s in concert in 1972. A year later he began Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert which featured almost every significant band of the 1970’s. The Rolling Stones appeared on the 1973 premier.

Kirshner died this week at the age of 76.

Fluffernutter , , , , , , , , , , , , ,