Monday, August 13, 2007

Media-Whore's D'Oevres

Call me? No, seriously: Call me, Iman? (image via nndb)

"Fashion icons Tyra Banks, Iman, Kimora Lee Simmons, and Alek Wek jointly grace the September 2007 cover of Ebony magazine ..."(Fashionweekdaily)

"He launched his violent attack just out of the range of our camera, but it turns out someone else was rolling when Brad Garrett unleashed a light-shattering uppercut on a TMZ camera in Malibu last night.In the footage shot by a photog further away from the action, you can clearly see the 6'8" 'Everybody Loves Raymond' star reach down and sucker-slap the camera in front of a crowd of paparazzi, knocking the equipment back into the photog's face. Keep your eye on the light attached to the top of the camera -- Brad knocks it clear out of the frame." (TMZ)

"A couple of weeks ago the New York Times in a big front page story dubbed this time we’re living in as the 'New Gilded Age.' If that’s so, then let me be the first to say that the 'New Gilded Age' ended abruptly last week when the international financial markets went ker-flooey. This turn of events came as a surprise to many, although the writing has been on the wall for some time. " (NYSD)

"The Hamptons’ favorite rum loving rock star showed up to do a song with James Taylor at his headline concert at the Ross School on Saturday. Jimmy Buffett came out onstage for a surprise encore at the end of the concert. James and Jimmy sang the song 'Mexico' to the crowd, which included celeb guest Paul McCartney and The Olsen Twins." (BlogHamptons)

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