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Posted at 7:45 AM ET, 08/13/2010

Jennifer Aniston responds to Bill O'Reilly over motherhood comments; Lindsay Lohan could be released early from rehab

By Sarah Anne Hughes

Jennifer Aniston strikes back. (AP)

Friday

Celebrity Beat: Lindsay Lohan may be released early from her 90-day rehab sentence... Jennifer Aniston responds to Bill O'Reilly's comments about single motherhood... Kanye West will return to VMAs after last year's Taylor Swift controversy... Halle Berry speaks publicly about breakup with Gabriel Aubry... Radio host Dr. Laura apologizes for using N-word... George Michael charged with drug, driving offenses... Jason Schwartzman and his wife are expecting their first child... Jersey Shore's Snooki denied trademark for nickname... Rihanna's new "rebelle fleur" tattoo contains French syntax error... Justin Bieber is "seriously looking" for a girlfriend.

Pop Culture: Brigitte Bardot fights plans to make biopic about her life saying, "I'm not dead!"... Shania Twain is reportedly being considered as a possible "American Idol" judge; Source: Fox is loving all the "Idol" speculation... "Step Up 3" director Jon M. Chu on-board for Justin Bieber 3D concert film... NBC pulls Jimmy Fallon "Mad Men" spoofs... Ryan Reynolds emerging as top choice for "Safe House" with Denzel Washington.

Video: Ladies and gentleman, I present to you "The Princess Bride" reenacted with cats:

By Sarah Anne Hughes  | August 13, 2010; 7:45 AM ET
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Comments

Early Release may be one of Lilo's problems.

Anniston, standing up to Bill O'Reilly is sexy (if futile). I may have to revise my snark position.

So Dr. Laura apologized. I am glad to see that b...(never mind)

Is John McCain going to try to trademark his nickname too? All the best to those kids.

Not sure Celebritology should be critiquequing French syntax.

Brigitte, keep your shirt on.


Posted by: reddragon1 | August 13, 2010 8:44 AM | Report abuse

Tactical error, Jennifer A: dignifying anything that turd says with a comment other than, "Hey, Bill, why don't you stick a loofah up your a**" is unnecessary.


Also, Dr. Laura, when Bill's done with the loofah...


Snooki's second choice for trademark: "Gah! Dude, I wouldn't hit that with *yours*."


"Rihanna's new "rebelle fleur" tattoo contains French syntax error." Matches nicely with the Chinese characters on the other side of her neck that she thinks say "Bravery & Strength" but which actually say "bean curd."


"Justin Bieber is "seriously looking" for a girlfriend." So the girl with the water bottle pretty much threw herself off the shortlist.


Brigitte Bardot says, "I'm not dead!" Um, BB - it's not Monty Python's Life Of Brigitte Bardot, so enough with the ad-libbing.

Posted by: byoolin1 | August 13, 2010 8:44 AM | Report abuse

Shania? That don't impress me much.

How about Bieber as an AI judge?

Slow day, idnnit, byoo?

Posted by: reddragon1 | August 13, 2010 9:10 AM | Report abuse

So glad to hear LieLow has been rehabilitated.

Posted by: kabuki3 | August 13, 2010 9:25 AM | Report abuse

"Lindsay Lohan may be released early from her 90-day rehab sentence" -- Just in time for back-to-school shopping for those law school textbooks.

"Jennifer Aniston responds to Bill O'Reilly's comments about single motherhood" -- Betcha five bucks she worked the words, "Brad," "over 40" and "significant economic impact of one-parent families on the GDP relative to 30 years ago" into her reply. (Well maybe not that last one.)

"Radio host Dr. Laura apologizes for using N-word" -- The thing about her is, she does have some smart, common sense things to say (I am not familiar with this incident). She just can't say them without sounding like a hypocritical idiot. Kind of a problem; perhaps she needs to consult a medical professional.

"'Jersey Shore's' Snooki denied trademark for nickname" -- Did Prince teach us nothing? It's just as well; poor Snook is having the WORST time trying to get that superscript TM right every time she sends an email. She keeps typing Snooki€ and can't understand why her Google hit rate is falling and why people keep addressing her as "Snookie" allasudden.

"Justin Bieber is 'seriously looking' for a girlfriend" -- I hear teen girls hang out at shopping malls; perhaps he should try there. Or maybe a music store. Either that or hire Rock Hudson's publicist.


Posted by: td_in_baltimore | August 13, 2010 9:32 AM | Report abuse

Hand on, Snooki. Maybe your new BFF can put in a word for you. And those hair extension guys are looking for a new spokesperson.

Posted by: kabuki3 | August 13, 2010 9:48 AM | Report abuse

Oh, geez, kabuki. I didn't see it until your last post.

I apologize in advance to songwriters Wes Farrell and Bert Russell.

Hang on Snooki, Snooki hang on
Hang on Snooki, Snooki hang on

Snooki glows like a very weird shade of brown
and the trademark people, well they turned my Snooki down
Snooki I don't care, that you look like a dude
Cuz you know Snooki, The Situation's in love with you

and so I say now

Hang on Snooki, Snooki hang on
Hang on Snooki, Snooki hang on

Snooki let your hair down, ooo
like back on the beach in Jersey
Snooki let your hair down, girl
I'll buy you a tequila or three

come on Snooki (come on, come on)
oh come on Snooki (come on, come on)
oh come on Snooki (come on, come on)
oh come on Snooki (come on, come on)

well it feels so good (come on, come on)
you know it looks so bad (come on, come on)
well shake it, shake it, shake it Snooki (come on, come on)
shake it, shake it, shake it yeah (come on, come on)

hang on Snooki, Snooki hang on
(yeah) (yeah) (yeah) (yeah)

[repeat and fade]

Posted by: byoolin1 | August 13, 2010 10:14 AM | Report abuse

Owe, the SMAME.

Posted by: byoolin1 | August 13, 2010 10:16 AM | Report abuse

byoolin, I swear if you get that song stuck in my head today, I'm gonna go all "Blame Canada" on you.

Posted by: DorkusMaximus1 | August 13, 2010 10:37 AM | Report abuse

Bravo, Byoolin, Bravo. Maybe you should be the next AI judge.

Of course AI is loving all the judge speculation. No one has talked about the show in the off season this much in years.

Yeah, that's the way to teach LiLo responsibility. Let her out of everything early.

Jennifer, the only response should be "it's a freaking movie, you idiot." And I thought conservatives were against the nanny state and censorship.

Posted by: epjd | August 13, 2010 11:05 AM | Report abuse

byoolin finds the pony in the pile of horsesh*t, AGAIN.

Posted by: reddragon1 | August 13, 2010 11:29 AM | Report abuse

Ok, Ok, now, Islanders, don't panic.

Ole Elias is (or was) secretly testing his prototype "Way Forward" machine. Unlike the "Way Back" machine of Mr. Peabody, Elias' "Way Forward" machine compresses the "shelf life" of those who are subject to its operation.

Guess who the first guinea pig is?

Posted by: elias_howe | August 13, 2010 11:44 AM | Report abuse

You made up for it, byoo. Subtle loses the day when Snooki's involved. And how about a new reality show called John McCain's Strange Bedfellows?

Posted by: kabuki3 | August 13, 2010 11:57 AM | Report abuse

While I laughed out loud at Jen's comments about women who haven't found their Bill O'Reilly (you go girl!), why even grant the premise? After all, you can't engage in a battle of wits with an unarmed person.

Posted by: Californian11 | August 13, 2010 3:11 PM | Report abuse

ep, as far as I can tell conservatives are in favor of censorship *for everyone but themselves*.

Girlfriend? At Justin B's age, isn't it more like a play date?

There's also an error in the Halle Berry article: the mag quotes a source as saying "didn't phase him". Clearly someone needs to go back to English class to learn the difference between "phase" and "faze".

Posted by: Californian11 | August 13, 2010 3:25 PM | Report abuse

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