Holy shhhhhhhhhhhh*t! We can not stop freaking out! The greatest moment of television happened last night, and we lived through it. Barely. We still can’t decide if our favorite part was Whitney getting in a car to go to the airport, Lauren getting in a car to go to the airport, or Heidi getting in a car to go to the airport! Every second of the show was so interesting, so intense, so suspenseful. Would Lauren really pack that many shoes? Could Heidi really make that puckered sad face one hundred times in thirty minutes? And could Whitney save the whole episode with just one adorable face?
Oh yes. Definitely.
This episode features I Love New York‘s most endearing guest yet!
Please! That bird has nothing on Sister Patterson. It has one killing nail, while Sister Patterson, on the other hand…
The action-packed third season of The Hills has come to a (temporary) close. The whole gang strolled the red carpet, sipped champagne, and dished the dirt to the live audience. The only missing Hills-ite was Mr. Spencer Pratt… could it be he wasn’t invited? That’s wishful thinking.
Check out pics below of Lauren, Audrina, Whitney, Lo, Brody (channeling Justin Bobby with his floppy hat), and even Jen Bunney. Which star looked the most fab?
Just a typical day in the life of Paris Hilton! At a performance in Miami this weekend, a rowdy crowd shoved performer Robin Sherwood (dressed as one of Willy Wonka’s Oompa Loompas) so hard that he sliced his leg open on a metal part of the stage support. But never fear! It’s a bird! It’s a skanky heiress! It’s…Paris Hilton? Yes, the waste of space in a fancy dress “rescued” the fallen little man like the hero that she is! A witness revealed, “Paris screamed for help and jumped up to move everyone away from him. She held Robin’s hand and said the sweetest things to keep him calm. She stayed with him until he was safely in the ambulance on his way to the hospital.”
Sherwood ended up getting 50 stitches and is recovering – thank goodness he’ll be okay and credit has been given where credit is due. Paris deserves some sort of award for her life-saving skills and selfless behavior. Then she can resume her mission of rescuing imaginary elf-like creatures across the globe! [NYDN. Image: Getty]
Yep, it happened last night. The ’70s kingpins Led Zeppelin reunited to celebrate their music biz pal Ahmet Ertegun and tickle a global fanbase that remains fervent four decades after the band first began. The set list ranged from “Rock and Roll” to “No Quarter” to “Dazed and Confused.” The audience members ranged from Mick Jagger to Dave Grohl to Pink to Naomi Campbell. More reports and live clips coming in soon. Keep checking back throughout the day.
Didn’t make the show? Watch a block of Led Zeppelin videos to relieve the frustration. Don’t overlook some of their coolest tracks.
Jessica Simpson’s Got Beef with Pal Eva
Jess is supposedly all pissed that her BFF Eva Longoria was spotted hanging with John Mayer. Bros before annoying whiny pains in the ass, right Eva? [NYP]
Madonna Stepping Up to Back Hillary
Look out Oprah, there’s a new famous lady campaigning for a Dem in town! [NYDN]
J.Lo’s Twin’s Are Already Spoiled
These mofo’s are having three different nurseries designed for them – one at each mansion. Let’s just leave it at that. [NYDN]
Britney Acts Crazy, Looks Like Crap
Hey ya’ll! Just me and my pink wig, driving around like a freak! Ya’ll should buy my album so I can afford more Frappucinos! [TMZ]
Angelina Names Shiloh the Family Outcast
Jolie calls her biological baby the family outcast because she’s looks different from her other kids. She’s just giving Shiloh that much more ammo to use against her when she turns 13. [DListed]
This morning VH1 and the Broadcast Film Critics Association announced the nominees for the 13th annual Critics’ Choice Awards, which VH1 head-honcho Tom Calderone called “the New Hampshire primary” of awards season. Leading the passel is Into the Wild, which picked up nods for Best Picture, Best Director (Sean Penn), Best Actor (Emile Hirsch) and Best Supporting Actress (Catherine Keener). Meanwhile, Juno, No Country for Old Men, Atonement, Michael Clayton, Hairspray and Sweeney Todd (which hasn’t even come out yet!) were no slouches, either, garnering multiple nominations. On-hand to help out were NY1‘s film critic Neil Rosen, renowned for his Big Apple rating scale, and, of course, Academy Award-winner Marisa Tomei, currently appearing in a theater near you as part of the cast of Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead.
The action goes down on January 7th, 2008, broadcast live by VH1 from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Los Angeles, hosted by comedian D.L. Hughley. For a complete list of nominees — start those fantasy movie pools soon, people — check criticschoice.vh1.com.
Punk Bumped Posted by 9:57 PM EST
Despite the fact that New York could find no bad qualities in Punk, she still kicked him off the show. Was she right in doing so? And will the uncontrollable force that’s drawing her to Buddha backfire?
Oh man. Janice is asking to get her ass kicked, and I know the woman who’s gonna do it! While talking with Al Roker on The Today Show this morning, Janice Dickinson discussed her modeling show as well as the recent controversy over pictures of Jennifer Love Hewitt that were labeled as fat by the media. The self-proclaimed “first supermodel” said that Jen Love “is a healthy, not emaciated woman,” and then blabbed, “You want to see someone who’s fat? I’m sorry, Tyra. Tyra Banks is fat.”
Oh snap! She says she’s sorry now, but she’s gonna really be sorry when “fat” Tyra whoops her ass! In case you forget how Tyra throws down, click on the video clip above. We know Janice is all fierce and shizz, but she’s nothing against Tyra. And really, she’d be nothing these days without Tyra. Maybe Janice should put her ego on a diet. [Huffington Post]
Were you stoked for yesterday’s episode of The Shot? In the last installment, the contestants were asked to capture alternative beauty among breakdancers, and then to show the purity and pulchritudinous aspects of skin–with the help of Dave Navarro. Weird. And therein lies the core of the show, which pits 10 up-and-coming fashion photographers against each other for the chance to win $100,000, a spread in Marie Claire, and a Victoria’s Secret campaign–all the while being judged by a he-Tyra with an Australian accent, Russell James. Catch up on what you missed. Check the recap below.