Samantha Jones and Kim Cattrall are not the same person. Obvious, right? But actress Cattrall admits that her own sex life hasn’t been anything like that of character Samantha Jones, from Sex and the City (SatC). In fact, she says she’s sometimes wondered if she’s all that sexual. While she did have a much younger boyfriend, they split last year. Well, I don’t know about you, but of the four actresses in SatC, I always had a thing for Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte York. And just my luck, I missed the one (?) episode where she actually got naked. Couldn’t find that episode on YouTube, but here’s an entertaining, NSFW clip from another episode.
Lady GaGa is the latest star to use microblogging site Twitter to complain about something. Seems GaGa wasn’t too happy about the way her performance on American Idol was edited. Her tweet: “FOX POORLY + AMATEURLY edited+cut my performance/musical arrangement on idol. Watch real version. http://bit.ly/apyBrH”
Speaking of cranky celebs, is Lindsay LiLo Lohan really only 23? Wow, by the crags in her face, I could have sworn she was well into her 30s. Ok, yes, dear, you’re 23 and you’re allowed to go out and party, even with your new bodyguard. But next time you get drunk, don’t kidnap friends and go on a road trip. Just saying. Remember, you’re currently considered unbankable as an actress, and unless you clean up your act, you’re not going to act for a long time.
Apparently Bruce Willis had a custom handmade wool and silk rug in his home, selected by his interior designer from a fine rug store in LA, Mansour. In a lawsuit, Mansour claims Willis stained the rug with red wine, altered it a few inches, and wanted to return it a few weeks later, though he supposedly had yet to pay for it. Maybe Lindsay Lohan dropped over to party?
Oh thank goodness. Apparently Sandra Bullock does plan to continue acting. Rumors quoting a friend close to Bullock had the actress supposedly leaving Hollywood to live in Austin and New Orleans, to raise her adopted baby son, Louis Bardo Bullock. However, People says that another source says Bullock will continue to make movies.
Acting is a dangerous business. Long Island police officers who came across what they thought was a hold up of a convenience store were inclined to shoot the gunman, until they deciphered that it was a small-budget movie with no production trucks or lights. But that wasn’t before one officer forcibly disarmed a confused actor of his fake gun. Part of the problem was that while officials did know of the shoot, it took place a day early, and nothing was indicated by the filmmaker Fred Carpenter about a scene with weapons. Ooops.
Originally posted on May 7, 2010 @ 10:20 pm