Kristen Stewart loved up or gloomy? Now this is confusing. Gawker.com has an item about - hold the front page - Kristen Stewart SMILING in a car, on a date with her supposed boyfriend, actual co-star and definite cougar crush material Robert Pattinson. Which is weird, because the Daily Mail are running this equally newsworthy story about Kristen Stewart FROWNING in a car, on a date with old R-Patz. Trouble is, it's the same date, same dude, same car....it might even have been the same minute. The only thing that's different is what the news team decided to do with their ill-gotten snaps.
So let's play Choose Your Own Kristen Stewart Story! Do you want Kristen to be a loved-up starlet, thrilled with her successful movie career, loving her new ginger locks and generally on top of the world? Or would you prefer Kristen to be a tortured soul who secretly can't stand that bristly Brit and his stupid baseball cap, and is, like totally over vampires? The choice is yours.
Cocaine gives Kate Moss's career a boost
It's a good day for fans of the maxim "All publicity is good publicity." And a bad day for fans of the saying "Drugs are bad for you." Because it turns out that Kate Moss's earnings have doubled since grainy pics of her snorting coke first appeared in the British tabloids. In fact, her earnings have soared from $4 million to $8 million since the 2005 scandal.
Her agent, Sarah Doukas, remembers the hours she spent on the phone to disgruntled Moss employers like Burberry, Chanel and H&M, in a chat on BBC4's Desert Island Discs: "I basically just spent a lot of time on the phone trying to reassure her big clients that you can't believe everything you read," she says. "And, unfortunately, all press actually is good press in this world we live in. So keep calm, don't have a knee-jerk reaction."
We didn't really mind Eminem when he had his "badass bigmouth rapper" beanie hat on and was dissing women, gay people and teen pop starlets in every lyric he spat out. But we're finding the sniveling poor l'il white boy on Anderson Cooper's 60 Minutes show seriously offensive. He might not swear, but he sure moans. About being bullied at school. About people misunderstanding him. Yawnerama.
And instead of setting targets, he's whimpering about being victimized for making misogynistic and homophobic remarks "because of the colour of my skin." The only funny bit is when he answer's Cooper's question about whether he swears in his house around his kids. Dim Shady replies that he doesn't exactly walk around barking "Bitch, pick that up!" at his young daughters. We wish he would make that his next music video.