I am starting a new annual Passover Tradition. During Passover I will call out anyone who catches my attention as being a obnoxious or a hideous attention-monger. Luckily, because it's holiday, I will focus my attention on those in the public eye, saving those close to me from being outted (that's how sunshine-y I am). Here we go.
1. Is the Monkees Reunion Tour "Doomed Before It's Begun?" The answer is YES! PopEater reported that the 3 getting ready to tour (Michael Nesmith obviously still has some pride) have been bickering and fighting already. Who cares? They were not even a real band the first time they were together. They were a pretend band for TV. Didn't anyone tell them that?
|I never noticed before,|
but I think Nic had
a nose job.
3. A kindergartner brought a gun to school in Texas yesterday. He and two others were injured when the gun fell out of his pocket and fired into the ground. Thankfully, none of the injuries were serious. Parents felt the school handled things well in the aftermath, but think there needs to be more security or metal detectors. NO! They don't need metal detectors, they need to kick the crap out the kid's parents. A 5-year-old with a gun is about 1% the kid's fault and 99% abysmal parental supervision.
|Is that thing on her head |
supposed to be a tiara or a
piece of tin foil? Either way,
why is she wearing it?
4. Jill Zarin from "Real Housewives of New York," denies having plastic surgery. She says her appearance is due to 10 years worth of Botox in her forehead as well as her "liquid face-lift" which is pulling the facial skin taught and injecting Botox into the neck for a tightening and lifting effect. First of all, WHAT? And, second, did anyone besides her bitchy, catty co-stars care or ask about it?
5. I am just giving you the introduction for this upcoming smackdown. I am not even going to give you my opinion. You can file this under "Oh no he didn't!" Tyler Perry is quoted as saying "Spike Lee needs to shut the hell up." The article has excerpts of Perry's tirade against Lee's for constantly making critical comments about Perry's work. There is sure to be a scathing rejoinder, no doubt. Can't wait.