Friday, September 28, 2007

Media-Whore's D'Oevres

(image via nymag)

"Michelle Rodriguez has failed to fulfill the terms of her probation and may face jail time, the Los Angeles City Attorney's office announced Friday. 'She hasn't shown proof of enrollment to complete 30 days of community service,' said City Attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan. 'She could face jail time, but it's up to the judge.' A hearing for the matter is set for Friday." (People)

"You wouldn't think they'd have much in common - but when junkie rocker Pete Doherty met pop legend Sir Paul McCartney they got on like a house on fire. 'Pete promised Paul he was serious about getting clean, was through with the drugs, and said he never wanted to fall back into his dark days again. They spoke about everything from music, other singers and even touched on the subject of women - but that was strictly between the two of them." (3AMGirls)

"In a letter prepared Friday by Senate leaders, Democrats continued to blast conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh’s description of antiwar troops as 'phony soldiers,' setting up a parallel to Republican outrage over’s recent Iraq ad. During his Wednesday broadcast, Limbaugh responded to a caller who identified himself as an active-duty member of the Army and said troops who criticize the war are not 'real soldiers.”'Limbaugh responded in agreement, rousing Democrats’ ire." (TheHill)

"17 Prince St-- Mary Kate Olsen at Cafe Habana. (That Weeds show must be giving her the munchies.) With an assistant-y looking blond who translated Mary Kate's to-go order to a Dominican waitress in a obscenely tight black unitard. Mary Kate's sported greasy, mussy hair and a red poncho mini dress." (Gawker Stalker)

"(Halle Berry's) boyfriend, model Gabriel Aubry, owns a restaurant near their New York home. He said: 'She craves pickles and any bread, as long as it's salty.' He also said: 'She loves foot massages. I do all of that stuff.'" (3AMGirls)

"Whit Ayres is a pollster and consultant who worked in Lamar Alexander’s 1996 presidential campaign and in numerous Senate and governors’ races. He is an expert on Southern politics. 'This is a completely wide-open race, and any of three or four or five candidates can actually win,' Ayres says. 'The insiders’ front-runner is Mitt Romney; the national front-runner is Rudy Giuliani; John McCain needs to continue clawing his way back and get some money; Thompson needs to justify his high-flying numbers; and Mike Huckabee needs millions of dollars in the bank.'" (Politico)

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