Friday, August 25, 2006

Dave Chappelle & Sesame Street

"They got a character on there named Oscar. They treat this guy like shit the entire show ... It's like, 'Bitch, I live in a fucking trash can! I'm the poorest motherfucker on Sesame Street.' Then you wonder why your kids grow up and step over homeless people."
The Bitch is Back!
By PopCultureWhore

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld is not overly impressed with today’s pop culture offerings. The brain behind Chanel doesn’t mince words in the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar. Jessica Simpson? “I’m not that impressed,” he says. The Olsen twins? “They don’t have a strong enough image. They still have to make the movie that everybody remembers. Frumpy? Extremely.” Drug-addicted Kate Moss paramour Pete Doherty? “He’s gone. His music, the look, is over now. There’s nothing to think about it. It’s too late,” Lagerfeld says. And “Project Runway?” The black jeans fan says that the reality show is “Trash that is funny for five minutes if you’re with other people.” What about Lohan? Paris? I love bitchy comments from a French fashion designer who is never without a cravat and a fan. He once said that Nicole Kidman, who was hawking Chanel products at the time, has a “bizarre body make-up: endless legs and not very much in the way of breasts.”

UPDATE: Lagerfeld did address Lohan after all. "She behaves like an over-grown-up person, and that's what I like about her. It's like she's 45, but in fact, she’s 20. She's somebody you want to protect, because she plays dangerously with her own life."

Oh Really?
By PopCultureWhore

Tom Cruise is sorry for bashing Brooke Shields so mercilessly about her post-partum anti-depressant use. “He deeply regrets” the comments, according to producer Kathleen Kennedy. Ok, so either Katie has some major post-partum depression going on or Tom’s camp is trying to limit the fall out from the Paramount sacking even further. Actually, I don’t think Tom regrets shit. He was pretty heated on the “Today’s” show and probably would’ve decked Billy Bush if the pint-sized Access Hollywood host had pushed the issue a bit more. He’s probably been at home this week orchestrating the whole “Pluto is not a planet” thing. That’s got Crazy Pants written all over it.

“Today” host Matt Lauer, meanwhile, defended Tom this week. “Maybe he speaks out about Scientology and some people don't like that, but what about the stars who are in and out of rehab every week? Is that any worse? And yet you find movie companies still in business with them."

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