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Saturday Fluffernutter: The Jet Lag is a Bitch Edition

May 15th, 2011

All the fluffy news about those nutty celebrities

fluffincolorAn old joke, but a good one:

Upon the news that Paul McCartney was splitting with his then wife, Heather Mills, McCartney was asked whether he would ever go down on one knee again.fluff2

“She doesn’t like to be called that,” he answered.

It’s tough being Mrs. Paul McCartney, just ask Nancy Shevell, the next Mrs. Paul McCartney. Here’s the front page from yesterdays Daily Mail:

Murder, the Mob and the New Lady Macca.

Bet New Jersey trucking magnate Shevell wishes the most plasticized Beatle stuck with one-knee.

fluffincolorYou think you have a problem mother-in-law? Uber Chef/Big Bully Gordon Ramsay is being sued by his, as well as his father-in-law, brother-in-law and nephew.

It all relates to Ramsay dismissing his FIL last year, after he ran Ramsay’s company for years. The rest of the family were subsequently let go. They are all suing for unfair dismissal, as well as claiming a variety of employment breaches.

Things are so bad the family has told Ramsay’s wife, the beautiful and long suffering Tana, not to bother with them. They, in fact, sent her on her 44th birthday that reads, in part:

Tana, you are not welcome anywhere near our door… until you dispose of hat man (Ramsay), you are not welcome back.

Maybe if the Chef just kicked the garbage can, that would fix everything.

fluffincolorActress Sienna Miller took a £100,000 payout from British tabloid New of the World. She had sued for £400,000 after the paper hacked her cellular phone and published a story based on the “breach of confidentiality.”

The tab settled with Miller, admitting a full admission of liability. Problem for News of the World is, Miller’s is the first of at least two-dozen breaches to go to court.

Hmmm. Two dozen x £100,000…

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Saturday Fluffernutter: Oscars, Razzies, Alice and Pink; Corey Haim (1971-2010)

March 13th, 2010
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All the fluffy news about those nutty celebrities

fluffincolorHollywood glittered Sunday night as the movie industry celebrated itself in it’s annual Oscar night. The show, co-hosted by Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin, is being widely panned as boring and predictable. The show was boring, the winners predictable. The top winners were:fluffernutter

Best Picture: The Hurt Locker
Best Actress: Sandra Bullock (The Blind Side)
Best Actor: Jeff Bridges (Crazy Heart)
Best Supporting Actress: Mo’nique (Precious)
Best Supporting Actor: Christoph Waltz (Inglorious Basterds)

If there was any surprises, it was that one movie didn’t dominate as is often the case. Favourite, and most nominated movie Avatar, won three Oscar’s: Visual Effects; Cinematography and Art Direction.

fluffincolorReview in Brief: Alice in Wonderland: “It was,” the twelve year old boy shrugged, “OK.”

Higher praise you will not find.

fluffincolorCounterpoint to Oscar night is the Golden Raspberries. The Razzies, which get handed out the night before the Oscars, celebrate the worst performances in movie-dom.

For the first time someone has won both the Oscar and Razzie for acting, as Oscar nights Best Actress Sandra Bullock received the Worst Actress honours for All About Steve. To her eternal credit, Bullock showed up at the 30th annual Razzie awards to receive her award.

Other Razzie winners were:

Worst Picture: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Worst Actors: The Jonas Brothers (Jonas Brothers: The 3-D Concert Experience.
Worst Supporting Actor: Billy Ray Cirus: Hannah Montana: The Movie
Worst Supporting Actress: Sienna Miller: G.I Joe: The Rise of the Cobra

fluffincolorMiley Cyrus this week had this to say about her relationship with her new boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth:

I think we’re both deeper than normal people…

Which makes them… deeply abnormal?

fluffincolorPink Floyd won a major court victory this week that prevents EMI from releasing any Pink Floyd recordings in any form except the complete albums.  Floyd originally negotiated a contract that allowed Floyd to block releasing any song individually. In the era of MP3s and iTunes, Floyd decided they are still an album band. A stand that is to be respected, but you have to wonder what it does to Pink Floyd’s long term fan base.

fluffincolorCorey Haim (1971-2010) – Corey Haim was a star for approximately five years during the 1980’s. He seems to have spent the rest of his life paying for his teenage celebrity.

One of the two Coreys, Haim died this week of a suspected accidental overdose – probably prescription drugs – after years of drug abuse.

Originally from Toronto, Haim will be buried in Toronto.

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