Good grief, Miley! You go out to hang with your sister and “special hot friend” Justin Gaston, and decide to do a little shopping. No problem, right?
Wrong! Miley knows the papz follow her everywhere, and obviously the proprietors of Royal Dutchess don’t have a problem with them swarming their store. So, Miley decides to try on a few things, and model them for her entourage. Here’s the thing, Miley, when you go back into the dressing room to put on a new outfit, you’re supposed to CLOSE THE DOOR.
Not that Miley cares, as she’s freight-training her way into Britney-land as fast as she can, but sideboob shots aren’t what we want to see on a 16 year-old. The papz, however, are thrilled.
Kelly Clarkson has delivered her new video for her single “My Life Would Suck Without You”, from her long-awaited 4th album “All I Ever Wanted.” Kelly looks and sounds awesome! She admits her album cover was photoshopped a bit, but she doesn’t care. Neither do we. Enjoy!
Amy Winehouse has been slumming around in St. Lucia, ostensibly sobering up, but not really. Her minders haven’t been able to stop her from getting shizzy drunk and crawling around on all fours, trying to steal other people’s drinks. I guess, Karma IS a bitch.
Amy’s flat in London was robbed last night, and Wino was pretty much cleaned out. Burglars smashed their way into her North London property at 4am this morning, stealing about $30,000 worth of her belongings including recording equipment and five guitars. Amy’s supposed to return in a couple of days from St Lucia.
A source said:
“Amy is devastated. Some of the guitars are irreplaceable due to their sentimental value. The flat is in a real state.
This was probably just an excuse to clean up Amy’s notoriously nasty flat, and the guitars were just a downpayment on the Superfund project.
Amy is expected to fly back to London this weekend to start work on her third album, the follow-up to the worldwide hit ‘Back to Black’. She is also set to visit her husband in prison in a bid to stop him filing for divorce.
The troubled star has begged hubby Blaaaaake Fielder-Civil (in jail for a 27-month sentence for “perverting the course of justice and grievous bodily harm”) not to end their marriage over HER alleged infidelity.
Amy got busted fooling around with 21-year-old actor Josh Bowman and a fitness instructor named Andrew while partaying in St. Lucia. Hey, she was hammered at the time. Wino doesn’t remember stuff like that! That means it doesn’t count, Blaaaaaake!!
Little Tommy Cruise hearts superpilot Captain Chesley Sullenberger SO MUCH. Captain Chesley successfully crash-landed a US Air passenger jet in the Hudson river, saving all 150 passengers due to his incredible skill- and is a hero! Tommy played a pilot hero in Top Gun, so that makes him want this role even more. AND Tommy has a pilot’s license.
Top Gun put on his serious-mixed-with-a-bit-of-crazy face, and said: â€œItâ€™s remarkable. To have done such a heroic job its amazing. I know what itâ€™s like because we train for emergencies and then for it to happen and have it turn out the way it did, thatâ€™s how we want them all to end.â€
WTF? What major airline emergencies have you been training for Tom? With 150 passengers? There is no way they’d let you behind Captain Sullenberger’s ride. So just settle down there, maverick, and please don’t embarrass the Captain.
Kelly Rowland, one of the last remainder-girls from Destiny’s Child, reportedly fired Beyonce’s dad Matthew Knowles as her manager yesterday. You KNOW that given the choice between spending his time on Sasha Fierce or on Kelly, Kelly’s gonna get the short stick. For crying out loud- Solange Knowles has to live in the basement and wear Big Bird outfits. Kelly should have seen this coming!
Reportedly, a MAJOR argument went down between Kelly and her showbiz â€œDadâ€ before she showed him the door. She felt (correctly) that he’s been trying to sabotage her career for years. Kelly, you’re super talented and gorgeous! Girl, go bag a manager with less baggage.
A Bahamas paramedic who was the first to arrive on the scene to treat Jett Travolta on Jan. 2 has been formally charged in the alleged plot to extort money from John Travolta. Ambulance driver Tarino Lightbourne and attorney Pleasant Bridgewater, are accused of attempting to extort $25 million from Travolta. Bridgewater was released on $40,000 bail on Friday; a third person, Obie Wilchombe, a former member of Parliament and ‘friend’ of Travolta’s was questioned but then released. Lightbourne is being held without bail.
Police have confirmed the alleged plot to extort money from the Travoltas included a request for $25 million so that a supposedly “damaging” document would not be made public.
Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Marvin Dames told the Nassau Guardian:
“All I can say here is that, you know, there was a complaint made by Mr. Travolta — and those acting on his behalf — that there was an attempt on behalf of a number of individuals to extort initially some $25 million from the Travoltas. Acting on that complaint we initiated the investigation and it has brought us to this particular point.”
There still is a lot of speculation as to what the alleged extortionists claimed they had in their attempt to bag the huge sum of money from the Travoltas. Some have suggested those involved had pictures of Jett in the moments before and after he died. Dames said this is “incorrect.”
He said the complaint, filed last week, alleges the conspirators approached the Travoltas with a document, that if released, would be damaging to the them. Dames said police have a copy of a document, but they haven’t been able to prove it’s authenticity yet. He did say, however, that the document is a “refusal to transport” document.
A “refusal to transport” is signed by a party when refusing emergency medical services from trained personnel. Signing the document absolves the hospital of liability regarding an incident. Hmmm. Very interesting. Would the Travoltas sign a refusal to transport Jett to the hospital? Were they buying time for some reason?
Bridgewater, Wilchcombe and Lightbourne are all claiming innocence.
“January 23 is a day that will live in my memory as a nightmare,” said Bridgewater in a written statement. “In my capacity as a lawyer, I acted within the bounds of the law and within the bounds of my ethical responsibility to my profession. How these innocent actions can be so misconstrued, so perversely twisted to mean something other than it was, is a mystery. I assure the Bahamian people of my complete and total innocence and I am satisfied that when the full story comes out that I shall be fully vindicated.”
And after his release on Friday, Wilchcombe told The Guardian:
“I was the one who alerted everyone about it, which led to where we are today. I was asked questions and detained for two-and-a-half hours and I was just there giving evidence and answering questions. They questioned me about the initial phone call I would have made to alert the Travolta family of the circumstances of the situation. That was the basis of their discussions with me, but of course it’s an ongoing investigation and there’s not much I can say about it.”
Here we go again with another Bahamian-based celebrity death circus…Anna Nicole Smith 2.0. We’ll see what kind of final “story” comes out in this tragedy.