Gary Busey’s Red Carpet Attack on Jen Garner


We can’t say we weren’t excited last night when we saw washed-up actor Gary Busey attempt to tackle Jennifer Garner to the ground in the middle of some vapid interview with Ryan Seacrest and pal Laura Linney. Gary wasn’t trying to hurt or scare the Juno actress, he was trying to shut her up! Or maybe he just wanted to admire her Restalyne-enhanced lips up close. Either way, we have a feeling Busey’s getting a gift basket from Ben Affleck today as a thank you.

Monday: Christina Goes Crazy After Baby Pics Flop


xtina_0225.jpgBritney Gets her Babies Back – For a Few Hours
Her pops came through and got his daughter visitation with her kids – as a lawyer, counselor and K-Fed’s bodyguard watched. A girl’s gotta start somewhere! [People]

Angelina’s Debuts her Baby Bump
Well hello there, baby bump! Aren’t you lookin’ fine. Smile for the cameras! [Us]

Lindsay Settles in Car Crash Suit

LiLo finally ends the drama that followed her fender bender with a busboy on Robertson Ave. Pay up! [TMZ]

X-Tina Fires Manager After Baby Pics Bomb
Christina went on a firing rampage, axing employees after her baby pics in People magazine failed to generate sales for the mag. [NYDN]

Diddy Readies for New, Serious Career

The rapper – who appears this week in the TV movie version of Raisin in the Sun – is prepping for a new career as a thespian. We can’t wait to learn his stage name. [NYDN]

Oscars 2008: An Evening Of Stars, Statues & Surprises (Sort Of)


At the 80th annual Academy Awards last night, there were a few upsets: Marion Cotillard (La Vie En Rose) was named Best Actress, taking the honor from the heavily favored Julie Christie (Away From Her); similarly, Tilda Swinton (Michael Clayton) took home Best Supporting Actress, despite conventional wisdom holding that the award belonged to Amy Ryan (Gone Baby Gone). Kudos to Swinton, it must be said, for managing to reference George Clooney’s hugely embarrassing, be-nippled turn as Batman in her acceptance speech.

Elsewhere, as expected, the Coen brothers took home Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay for No Country For Old Men. Daniel Day-Lewis won Best Actor for his portrayal of Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood. Javier Bardem took Best Supporting Actor for his role as Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men. Overnight success-story Diablo Cody won Best Original Screenplay for Juno. And Daily Show host Jon Stewart kept the evening’s proceedings running smoothly, gently cracking wise at the audience’s expense.

There were very few stand-out moments, but our favorite had to be Stewart’s dissection of Democratic Party presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama’s name (Hussein recalling Saddam Hussein; Obama recalling Osama). When he referenced the ill-fated 1944 presidential campaign of Gaydolph Titler, we laughed. A lot.

Jimmy Kimmel & Ben Affleck Fall in Love


Jimmy Kimmel has finally sought revenge on girlfriend Sarah Silverman, after she announced via video that she was f*cking Matt Damon (with the help of none other than her Bourne Identity-starring lover). Jimmy’s got a new video too, and well, you’ll have to watch it to see which hunky actor he’s f*cking. Let’s just say his name could rhyme with Zen Zaffleck, but you didn’t hear it from us. The vid is jam-packed with celebrity cameos – if you don’t want to try to name them all yourself, here’s who we spotted: Brad Pitt, Harrison Ford, Cameron Diaz, Joan Jett, Macy Gray, Robin Williams, Don Cheadle, Pete Wentz, Perry Farrell, Benji and Joel Madden, Lance Bass, Huey Lewis, Josh Groban, McLovin from Superbad, Christina Applegate, Rebecca Romijn, Dominic Monaghan, and Meatloaf.

Celebrities love to come out for a good cause – especially one that involves f*cking Ben Affleck.

Saturday Night Live Rocks Bret’s World


Saturday Night Live is finally back after a months-long break due to the writers’ strike, and holy crap, did they deliver. Host Tina Fey and the cast (including new member Casey Wilson) had us laughing for the full 90 minutes (Annuale? Oh hell yes) but the highlight for us at the VH1 Blog was this amazing Rock of Love parody featuring Amber, the girl with one leg. Check it out above – think it bears any resemblance to the real thing?