Wondering what Courtney Love wore today?
Consider it no more because you can see for yourself on a new site called, appropriately enough, What Courtney Wore Today.
StyleList describes the site as documenting Love’s “designer-laden wardrobe (McQueen, Preen, Pucci, oh my!) via blurry snaps and gushing gibberishtext apparently written by a fan/underling.”
And the site apparently has the singer’s seal of approval as she recently tweeted on her official Twitter account “I'm going to help Taylor and the girls with http://www.whatcourtneyworetoday.com it will explain itself."
After the world was offered the opportunity to watch Lindsay Lohan break down in tears after being sentenced to 90 days in jail on July 6, the public won't be able to see Lohan get handcuffed and taken into custody.
Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel has issued the following restrictions for her court room on July 20:
• Cameras must stop rolling when the judge announces she is remanded and the bailiff is instructed to take her into custody.
• No one is allowed to shoot Lohan being handcuffed.
• Photos of Lohan must be restricted to when she’s at the counsel table.
The difference between who Michael Cera is in real life and the awkward but affable characters he portrays on film isn’t always obvious, but that's just because Cera's a superb actor. Obviously.
The young star told Playboy magazine, when asked if he was an acting prodigy or playing himself on “Arrested Development,” that he’s “for sure an acting prodigy….Off set, I used to joke with the crew guys about how we’d all beat up my character if he ever tried to hang out around us.”
The 22-year-old’s next role will be in “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” in theaters August 13, where he'll play the indie leading man who has to take down the seven ex-boyfriends of his love interest. This role, coupled with stints in movies like "Paper Heart" and "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist," just may be elevating Cera’s status as a heartthrob.
Joe Halderman is back in the news this week, but not for blackmailing a public figure.
This time, the TV news writer, director and producer is up for what could be his eighth Emmy, the Los Angeles Times reports. Halderman is currently serving a six-month jail sentence for attempting to extort money from David Letterman by threatening to expose the "Late Show" host’s sexual affairs with his staff.
Halderman is nominated for “American Girl, Italian Nightmare” – part of CBS’s “48 Hours.”
Add Amy Adams to the long list of actresses hoping to play 60s rocker Janis Joplin.
It sounds like the 35-year-old “Enchanted” star is set to headline a biopic currently in the works by “Twilight” producer Wyck Godfrey and “City of God” director Fernando Meirelles.
It’s just Hollywood’s latest attempt to bring the life of Joplin - who died at 27 from a heroin overdose in 1970 - to the big screen.
In today's "Showbiz Tonight" morning meeting, we all thought we were hallucinating after Executive Producer Dave Levine revealed that Donald Trump has reportedly cast Tiger Woods’s alleged mistress, Rachel Uchitel, on “The Celebrity Apprentice."
TMZ.com asked Uchitel if she would do the show and she reportedly said, “Absolutely.”
Oh, but wait, there’s more! I can't help but point out the other mind-blowing “Celebrity Apprentice” possibility: Controversial reality mom, Kate Gosselin, might actually be cast as well. Apparently, the mogul has already propositioned Gosselin.
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