Saturday, March 13, 2010
Friday, March 12, 2010
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Rolling Stone: After reading John Mayer’s controversial recent interviews, Billy Corgan is convinced Mayer is trying to self-destruct. “He’s trying to destroy his career,” Corgan told Rolling Stone’s Brian Hiatt in an interview outtake from RS‘ revealing new Corgan feature in the new issue, on sale now. “Rather than take a year off or change his musical direction… some part of it is irritating his soul to the point where he’s trying to blow it up. Certainly a talented guy, but empathetically, standing on the sidelines, it’s hard to watch someone literally burn their career to the ground — speaking as somebody who’s done it.”
Corgan also responded to Mayer’s comments on their mutual friend Jessica Simpson (”sexual napalm,” Mayer called her). “As far as it pertains to her. I think for any person who has celebrity to sort of drop rocks at somebody else’s feet like that — there’s things you should really just keep your mouths shut on. There’s things that should just be left alone.”
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Woman doesn't know she's pregnant, delivers baby in bathroom then drives to pick up other child at school.
Tuesday, March 09, 2010
Lindsay Lohan sues E-Trade over the fact that they call milkaholic baby in their ad, Lindsay....Seriously.
I came up with a lot of great lines, but the story just is better by itself......
Yes, folks, apparently this is the world we're living in: LiLo has filed a $100 million lawsuit against the baby-loving ad men over at E-Trade, alleging that they unlawfully encroached on the Lohan brand by having the gall to name the milkaholic tot in their talking-baby Super Bowl commercial—get this—Lindsay. The nerve!........
Her attorney, Stephanie Ovadia, says Lohan warrants the same single-name recognition as those superstars, and claims that using "Lindsay" as the name for the milk-guzzling boyfriend stealer in the commercial is capitalizing on her fame.
"Her name was used for the commercial benefit of E-Trade and she should be compensated fairly for that," Olvadia told E! News. "She's very upset about it. They did not have permission nor her consent. It's not something that she would have agreed to."...................
"We actually haven't seen the complaint or gotten documentation from her people, so we don't have a comment as of yet," E-Trade spokeswoman Allison Jeannotte told E! News.