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Posted at 8:57 AM ET, 12/ 1/2010

Snoop Dogg pens song for Prince William; Does 'DWTS' want Lindsay Lohan?

By Liz Kelly

Sharon Stone strikes a pose at the unveiling of her new Damiani "Maji" Jewelry Collection in Beverly Hills on Tuesday. (Getty Images)

Celebrity Beat: Pennsylvania official denies Mark Ruffalo is on a terror watch list... In a new interview, Michael Douglas talks about cancer, wife Catherine Zeta-Jones says he's "on the upward curve now"... Snoop Dogg writes a song for Prince William's bachelor party... Jennifer Lopez is the new national spokesperson for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Fascinating, but we thought the fictional Tracy Jordan was their spokesperson.... Talk show host Nate Berkus hospitalized with appendicitis... "Scream" star Neve Campbell filed for divorce five months ago... Kanye West manages a bit of good P.R. for once... David Cassidy pleads innocent to DUI charges.

Rumor Mill: "Dancing with the Stars" wants Lindsay Lohan... Tony Parker's divorce lawyer quits, citing conflict of interest... Britney Spears collaborating with Lady Gaga for comeback album track... Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal move their coffee dates to Nashville.

Pop Culture Mix: "The Walking Dead" producer Frank Darabont fires entire writing staff... Johnny Depp details Disney's initial reaction to his Captain Jack Sparrow portrayal: "Is he gay?"... And, according to screenwriter Stuart Beattie, the role was originally written for Hugh Jackman... Tom Hanks confirmed for Kathryn Bigelow's "Triple Frontier"... Jay Leno airs Taylor Swift montage clip, but fails to give credit to its creators... Dr. Drew Pinsky lands his own HLN primetime show... The Clash's "London Calling" inspires rock biopic... Larry King planning stand-up comedy career after his CNN exit?

By Liz Kelly  | December 1, 2010; 8:57 AM ET
 
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"Neve Campbell filed for divorce five months ago . . ." If you file for divorce and no one cares, are you still a celebrity?

Posted by: McMaynerberry | December 1, 2010 9:10 AM | Report abuse

Too bad Larry King already quit his day job.

Again too late with the Texas bar admission. I gotta work on that.

Posted by: epjd | December 1, 2010 9:28 AM | Report abuse

Tony Parker's divorce lawyer quits, citing conflict of interest..I guess he's a Lakers fan.


Three for the price of one:
Jay Leno was caught using someone else's material? And this is different from his usual routine?


Jay Leno was caught using someone else's material? What is he Dane Cook now?

Jay Leno was caught using someone else's material? Odd, usually he just steals someone else's show.

Posted by: DorkusMaximus1 | December 1, 2010 9:30 AM | Report abuse

Guess I'll have to send my regrets on Pr Wms bachelor party. Too bad. My county is his namesake.

Jlo can sign me up for the Boys and Girls Club.

Maybe Neve Campbell somehow protected her privacy---nah.

Too bad David Cassidy didn't take the Danny Bonaduce route.

Lilo PLEEEESE, get it together long enough to do at least a cameo in a movie. Otherwise the DWTS invite is a sure sign your career has jumped the shark.

Posted by: reddragon2 | December 1, 2010 10:38 AM | Report abuse

What happened to Sharon Stone? Is she auditing for a part in the next Sex and the City movie?

Posted by: DorkusMaximus1 | December 1, 2010 10:38 AM | Report abuse

Nice going, PA. Mark Ruffalo could have a bomb in his underpants _right now_ and you give him a free pass just because he's a celeb?


Five months? What McMaynerberry said.


"DWTS wants Lindsay Lohan." That's a nice change after it usually beginning, "The L.A. County Sheriff..."


It's weird that Disney would ask Johnny Depp that, especially after never once wondering the same thing about Thumper.


I won't say I knew that Jay Leno stole any material, but I always wonder when one of his jokes turns out to be somewhat funny.


"Larry King planning stand-up comedy career after his CNN exit?" Interesting true fact*: he got his start in show business by telling the joke, "The Aristocrats," for a talent agent in a restaurant - using nine members of his immediate family, two friends, a dog, a cat, a paraplegic weasel, and two hundred gallons of lukewarm bacon fat.

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*Disclaimer: "fact" described not necessarily true.

Posted by: byoolin1 | December 1, 2010 10:42 AM | Report abuse

Maybe Larry King can open his act with that story about when he was a teenager and he and his best pal, Sandy Koufax, went to a Carvel ice cream store in New Haven. That one's a real howler!

Posted by: McMaynerberry | December 1, 2010 11:07 AM | Report abuse

So often we mock those who've had themselves nipped, tucked or embiggened to a faretheewell, and/or had their faces frozen expressionless with Botox™. Based on the above photo of Sharon Stone, I now believe her non-cosmetic surgery claim might be true (or at least that it was minimal). That's what 50 looks like, Lizards (well, with a dye job and makeup). Truth be told, I'd have been delighted to have looked so good at her age!

Posted by: Nosy_Parker | December 1, 2010 2:34 PM | Report abuse

"Dancing with the Stars" wants Lindsay Lohan.

Word is that Sarah Palin's lobbying for the show to take Christine O'Donnell. Just imagine some of the song selections she could dance to... Whatsamatter, DWTS can't find an unemployed Democrat after the last election? I'd love to see Russ Feingold barechested.


Johnny Depp details Disney's initial reaction to his Captain Jack Sparrow portrayal: "Is he gay?"

Sheesh, fella, Sparrow's a fictitious character. Plus, considering that Disney's already in hot water with the anti-gay crowd for their hiring policies, as well as same-sex day at Disney World, what does it matter at this point? Who further will they offend that they haven't already on this score?

Posted by: Nosy_Parker | December 1, 2010 2:43 PM | Report abuse

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