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Posted at 8:13 AM ET, 11/10/2010

Kanye West unleashes Twitter rant on Matt Lauer; Pregnant Miranda Kerr poses nude for W magazine

By Jen Chaney and Liz Kelly

Celebrity Beat: Kanye West unleashes Twitter rant on Matt Lauer... Michael Lohan tells reporter he wants Demi Lovato's dad to stop talking to reporters... Shocker: Oprah yet again tops Forbes list of Hollywood's highest earning women... Bret Michaels denies having an affair with Miley Cyrus's mom... Heidi Montag's mom says she can't pay her bills... John Mayer blows off the press, cracks icky jokes at VH1 event... 84-year-old Gene Shalit leaving "Today."

Bonus: From Buzzfeed, The Evolution of Carrot Top. (Safe for work, but scary nonetheless.)

Rumor Mill: Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen are back together... Oh good, a Taylor Swift/Kanye West porn parody is finally in the works... Fake nudie pix of Emma Watson circulating at Brown University... Demi Lovato snorted cocaine, chugged booze "straight from the bottle," claims some random dude in Life & Style.

Pop Culture Mix: Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill to star in "21 Jump Street" movie?... Robert De Niro will receive Cecil B. DeMille Award at this year's Golden Globes... "Almost Famous" star Patrick Fugit reunites with director Cameron Crowe for "We Bought a Zoo"... So who wants to see a Rubik's Cube movie? What's that? No one?... Uncool: Harrison Ford planning fifth "Indiana Jones"?... Cool: Han Solo in Carbonite in LEGOs [via Best Week Ever]... Andy Warhol Coke bottle piece sells for $35 million.

By Jen Chaney and Liz Kelly  | November 10, 2010; 8:13 AM ET
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Comments

Of course, Michael Lohan wants Demi Lovato's dad to stop talking. It cuts into MiLo's column inches.

I don't know who Channing Tatum or Jonah Hill are but they better stay away from 21 Jump Street. Okay, there just shouldn't be a 21 Jump Street movie at all. But if there must be, those 2 should not be in it.

Now we know where Heidi Montag gets her financial acument from.

Posted by: epjd | November 10, 2010 8:42 AM | Report abuse

Ranting on Twitter about Matt Lauer diminishes Twitter and overstates Lauer's importance.


"Bret Michaels denies having an affair with Miley Cyrus's mom." What, just NOW? That brain cramp has really slowed down your reaction time, dude. Remind me not to pick you for the celebrity slo-pitch team.


"Heidi Montag's mom says she can't pay her bills." Nor can she hear the world's smallest violin, playing a sad sad song just for her.


"84-year-old Gene Shalit leaving 'Today.'" Nevermind "Today," how about "Right F****n' Now"?


A Taylor Swift/Kanye West porn parody will give new meaning to the phrase "I'm'a let you finish..."


Hey, some random dude in Life & Style - Mike Lohan's on the phone. He says you should shut up.


The worst part about the Rubik's Cube movie is that it arrives at the theater with its 54 scenes all jumbled up and the projectionist has to assemble it into the finished film. A lot of people only see the first ten or twelve scenes in order.


Can't wait for the trailer to "Indiana Jones & Visitation At 7:00 At The McGuinty Funeral Home."


Posted by: byoolin1 | November 10, 2010 9:51 AM | Report abuse

"84-year-old Gene Shalit leaving 'Today'" -- Wasn't his idea, but it turns out Deborah Norville cranks out killer movie reviews and was perfect to step in. Watch for the forced hug on Gene's last show.

"Kanye West unleashes Twitter rant on Matt Lauer" -- Was this during the same Delta flight when he was giving an unasked-for concert?

"Bret Michaels denies having an affair with Miley Cyrus's mom" -- It was the cardigan and lack of stilettos that turned him off. No party in the USA for those two.

"John Mayer blows off the press, cracks icky jokes at VH1 event" -- He's kinda becoming a caricature of himself now, no? Shoo, John Boy. Go.

"So who wants to see a Rubik's Cube movie?" -- byoolin, you have it all wrong. It'd be like a 3D game of "Hollywood Squares!"

Think about it. Get John Davidson out of mothballs and bring on six killer center squares (Kathy Griffin, John McCain, Phyllis Diller, Barbra Striesand, Tom Bergeron, Tim Mathieson, can you tell I'm just throwing out names at random?).

All 36 celebrities wear six different color t-shirts, then as the contestants answer the questions the board rotates horizontally or vertically different ways and then ... and then .... OK this is way too complicated. Never mind, do it byoolin's way.

Posted by: td_in_baltimore | November 10, 2010 10:40 AM | Report abuse

Did I say 36 celebrities? I meant, of course, 54. Yeah, too complicated. The salaries alone.... unless it was done in the style of a Robert Altman film. Then call it "Ready to Rubik" or, ha ha, "The Player."

Posted by: td_in_baltimore | November 10, 2010 10:44 AM | Report abuse

CONTESTANT TD_IN_BALTIMORE: I'll take Paul Lynde for the block, Peter.

PETER MARSHALL: Paul Lynde, our center square. Paul, it's been suggested that the center square in this movie could have been played by John McCain. True or false?

PAUL LYNDE: Well, they put him up here in the box for his screen test, with Lucy Liu on one side and Margaret Cho on the other and he lost his mind. So that didn't work so well. But they tried it, so I'll say true.

CONTESTANT TD_IN_BALTIMORE: I'll agree.

PETER MARSHALL: It's true - circle gets the square!

Posted by: byoolin1 | November 10, 2010 12:19 PM | Report abuse

Paranoid much? The self importance and narcissism of celebrity is fully exposed in this twitter rant. You are not all that!

Posted by: nycagnes | November 10, 2010 12:19 PM | Report abuse

WARNING: Do not look at the pictorial showing the evolution of Carrot Top.

Do NOT look.

Just say "No."

Don't go there.

Trust me on this.

Thank me later.

Posted by: sasquatchbigfoot | November 10, 2010 2:50 PM | Report abuse

84-year-old Gene Shalit leaving "Today."......

in a body bag?

Posted by: sasquatchbigfoot | November 10, 2010 2:56 PM | Report abuse

What's the plotline, Harrison? Indiana Jones has a hip replacement?

Snorted cocaine and drank straight from the bottle -- BFD. That's par for the course for young celebs, isn't it?

Note to Miranda Kerr: You're 20-something years too late. That nude pregnancy pose is SO overdone.

Posted by: Californian11 | November 10, 2010 3:49 PM | Report abuse

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