The TomKitten debuts.
Here’s she is: The Family Cruise indulges in some Vanity… In fact, 22 pages worth! Katie Holmes tells VF: “…It’s really frustrating the amount of sh*t that’s out there. And the stuff they say about Suri?! You shouldn’t say that about us, and you can’t say that about my child.” Growl, Mama!
Shimizu: Kissing and telling. And telling… And telling…
Lesbian supermodel Jenny Shimizu is still gabbing away about her affair several years ago with Angelina Jolie (which included a visit to a dominatrix’s den)! But, hey if you’d done the deed with Angie, don’t you think you’d be crowing about it, too?
Folks mourn at a Croc Hunter tribute site down under.
Turns out the late croc-hunting Steve Irwin may have made a fatal mistake when he removed the stingray’s tale from his chest. Ouch (to say the least)!
Cate’s played Katharine Hepburn. Now, she’s playing Bob Dylan. Talk about range!
Cate Blanchett (loooooooooove her!) may look all femme in this photo (above), but go here to check out pics of her dolled up as a 1965-era Bob Dylan in Todd Haynes forthcoming biopic of the legendary folk/rock balladeer, entitled I’m Not There.
Eve, Lisa Marie, Debbie & Dita want to Viva Glam you up!
Meet the new faces for the latest M.A.C Viva Glam lipstick campaign… Eve, Lisa Marie Presley, Debbie Harry and Dita Von Teese. The lipstick and lip gloss line annually raises money to help people who are living with HIV/AIDS. Over the years (with spokespersons as varied as RuPaul, Mary J. Blige and Christina Aguilera), it’s snared about $70 million to date for the M.A.C AIDS Fund.
Elton John and his Billy Elliott lads wanna bring their tutus Stateside!
Puttin’ on the ritz… On Broadway!
And more fun news: A Young Frankenstein musical is heading (with Mel Brooks and co-writer Thomas Meehan writing the songs) to the Great White Way, too. Already in talks to star: Kristin Chenowith (presumably in the Madeline Kahn role), Shuler Hensley (as the monster) and Marc Kudisch as the police inspector. No reports yet on a lead for Dr. Frankenstein. AND, reportedly, the producers are considering approaching Cloris Leachman to reprise her unforgettable role of Frau Blucher onstage–30+ years later!
Oh, sweet mystery of life!!!