Celebrities: September 2007 Archives

Porn star Jenna Jameson told PR.com that she likes Hillary Clinton for president, even though Hillary's "pretty conservative for a Democrat." 

John Edwards is all over MTV.com.  Former America's Top Model contestant, Kim Stolz, is following him on the campaign trail and posting a campaign diary there.  Read it and watch her inteview Edwards here.  (First question, "Okay, so why Iowa?") You can ask John a few questions yourself during the MySpace/MTV Presidential Dialogues session with him on Thursday at 12 EST.

Given all the hoopla about Barry Manilow's catfight with Elisabeth Hasselbeck and all the excitement over Alicia Silverstone's nude PETA commercial, we might as well re-vist another catfight classic: Alicia Silverstone v. Elisabeth Hasselbeck.  In this clip, Alicia Silverstone walks on The View stage (moments after the infamous Elisabeth v. Rosie fight) and totally disses Elisabeth.  Seems a lot of Hollywood celebrities have issues with Elisabeth's conservative political views (though we think there has to be more to it than that... like maybe she's not-so-nice off camera or something like that).

Enjoy the clip.  Meow.

 

More Alicia Silverstone

For those of you who enjoyed Alicia Silverstone's nude video for PETA ("Uh, she's definately not wearing any fur..." commented one viewer), PETA has also posted a special message from Alicia on its website. 

 

Alicia Silverstone, who is a vegan and best known for her role the film Clueless,  filmed this PETA commercial totally in the buff.   It will air only in Houston, TX.   It's hot and steamy, so don't let any kiddies near your computer see it.

 

Tonight, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden,
chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, will be featured
in an encore broadcast of The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS-TV.

The show originally aired on July 31, 2007, the publication date of
his book, Promises To Keep. Tune in or TiVO this interview with
Senator Biden!

To learn more about Sen. Biden, visit www.JoeBiden.com

In the latest issue of Time (September 24, 2007), 50 Cent reaffirms his support of Hillary.

Q: Are you endorsing a particular candidate in the '08 election?

A:  No, but I like Hillary.  I think she was already our president once.  [Laughs.]

 

Singer Barry Manilow cancelled his scheduled appearance on The View Tuesday, because he doesn't like Elisabeth Hasselbeck , who is known for her conservative political views.  He told CelebTV.com, "...I will no longer be on The View tomorrow as scheduled.  I made a request that I be interviewed  by Joy, Barbara or Whoopi, but not Elisabeth Hasselbeck.  Unfortunately, the show was not willing to acommodate this simple request, and I bowed out.  It's really too bad, because I have always been a big supporter of The View, but I cannot compromise my beliefs."  He told TMZ.com, "I strongly disagree with her views.  I think she is dangerous and offensive.  I will not be on the same stage as her."

Is he for real?  We like Barry, after all, he does write the songs that make us polichicks sing, but this is so third grade first grade.

Watch the pettiness below. Meow.

 

Roll out the red carpet!  The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that Jon Stewart will host the 80th Academy Awards show,  which will take place on February 24, 2008, at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.

Jon Stewart is best known as the funny host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." He hosted the 78th Academy Awards show in 2006. 

See also:

Academy to Invite Jon Stewart Back as Oscar Host [NY Times]

Jon Stewart Will Host Academy Awards [AP]

 

Wendy Chavez (real name Wendy Ellis) is a former prostitute who claims that she had a paid sexual relationship with Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) for 4 months.  In response to Vitter's denial (he claims that he only had sex with prostitutes in Washington DC), she has produced the results of a lie detector test that indicate that she is telling the truth.  She held a press conference with Hustler publisher Larry Flynt to discuss her relationship with Vitter and the test results.  Read more and watch the press conference here.

Here's an AP video about Oprah's Saturday fundraiser for Barack Obama.  Stevie Wonder performed and Hollywood's biggest stars were in attendance. 

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America's favorite Bill was on David Letterman last night. Here's a clip. 

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halleberryforobama.jpgAfter months of press and blogger speculation, actress and Obama fan Halle Berry has confirmed that she and her model boyfriend Gabriel Aubrey are expecting: "Yes, I am three months pregnant! Gabriel and I are beyond excited, and I've waited a long time for this moment in life. Now the next seven months will be the longest of my life!"

 

Clinton and Oprah_center_20070903_306x178.jpgPresident Bill Clinton will be on Oprah today at 4 EST to share his new passion: giving.

Q is a Hill Fan.  So here's his endorsement video.  Right here.

The most phenomenal of phenomenal women, Dr. Maya Angelou, poetically endorses Hillary Clinton here.

 

AR560x560,50 cent_50 official website.jpgHillary Clinton just scored an endorsement from rapper 50 Cent (ne Curtis James Jackson).  "I'd like to see Hillary Clinton be president," MTV News reports 50 told Rap-Up Magazine. "It would be nice to see a woman be the actual president and ... this is a way for us to have Bill Clinton be president again, and he did a great job during his term."

50, who shares a birthday with George W. Bush, also revealed his opinion of the president. "[Bush] has less compassion than a regular human being," he said. Seems Fiddy also thinks G-Dub is a punk. "Me and George Bush are so different. ... I actually go to war, when I go to war. Bush just sends [people] to war."

 

George Clooney beard.jpgGeorge Clooney is the hottest political commentator we know!  Read his "analysis" of the Demoratic primary below.

From the Associated Press (as published in The Chicago Tribune):

Obama's Lika A Rockstar

Barack Obama has the aura of a rock star, says George Clooney, who also had some kind words for other Democratic presidential candidates.

"You've been in a room once in a while with a rock star. He walks into the world, and he takes your breath away. I'd love him to be president, quite honestly," the actor told reporters Friday at the Venice Film Festival, where his legal thriller "Michael Clayton" was premiering.

Clooney, who banked a check for Obama at a private $1.3 million fundraiser in Beverly Hills last February, praised the U.S. senator for speaking out early against the Iraq war.

But with more than a year until the election, Clooney also said he liked Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and former Sen. John Edwards -- and pondered whether former Vice President Al Gore might vie for the presidency again.

"It could be interesting," he said.

The politics of war was in the air at Venice, with two U.S. films competing for the Golden Lion dealing with the impact of the Iraq conflict.

Clooney -- who said he made "Syriana" and "Good Night, and Good Luck," out of anger that he was labeled a traitor for questioning the decision to go to war -- told reporters he thinks change is coming.

He said he believes Americans are now in the process of fixing the mistakes of the last few years.

Fixing things, "that's what Americans have been really good at," he said.

 




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