BECKHAM. He's getting more handsome...so much so that Elle UK has released TWO covers for their July issue.
I can't figure out why Posh doesn't smile more. Her husband is the perfect specimen.
Enjoy your sneak peek, ladies!
Sigh. Another day, another insane tabloid report. This one claims that Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore may have reconciled. This past weekend, they both attended their Kabbalah Rabbi's 40th birthday party, where guests said they had a very long (60 seconds!) embrace when they saw each other. It was also reported that Demi sat and stared at Ashton like "...a lovesick puppy."
It gets worse.
Ashton was asked to speak at the event, and he reportedly broke down and said "...this past year, I've made all these horrendous mistakes..." while Demi, who was in the audience, sat stunned and silent.
The hug. The tears. This has tongues wagging around town—the tabs are of course calling this the first step to reconciliation. We all know how easy it is for the tabs and gossip mags to blow everything way out of proportion, but what's the deal here? Are we supposed to applaud Demi for her excellent ability to forgive her 6 times cheating husband? Or are we supposed to laud her for being "stupid" and going back to a guy who clearly was a jerk to her?
Demi was in rehab earlier this year looking gaunt and incredibly unwell, so regardless of what the tabs want the spin to be here, I just want to tell her, "Demi, think about this. It's clear that this whole situation knocked you on your ass. Is this dude really good for you?"
I personally don't think I would have it in me to take my husband back after all that cheating—so spill it—would YOU take your husband back if he cheated in such a public and epic way?
I'm not sure if you guys caught this earlier this week, or saw my tweet, but the Silver Fox himself, Mr. Anderson Cooper had Sarah Burge on his show. She is a notable face in the UK as she's appeared on many daytime chat shows as well as in many gossip rags as "Barbie Mom"—because she's a big fan of plastic surgery and is trying to emulate the iconic doll.
Barbie mom was on Anderson I believe to discuss her plastic surgery and the "vouchers" for future procedures she gifts to her 7-year-old daughter for things like liposuction, breast augmentation, and Botox. Apparently Burge had a stripper pole installed at home for her daughter's birthday party ("its good exercise," she says) and is encouraging the girl to have work done—but only once she turns 18.
Anderson cut her off after she told him that the idea of future Botox sessions for her daughter was because "You don't see Beyonce sweating on stage. My daughter does not want to sweat on stage." Anderson corrected her, saying, "Yes. Yes you do see Beyonce sweat on stage." and then asked her to leave. He said later that he regretted having her on his show.
I am glad that Anderson cut her off and asked her to leave, but I'm not entirely sure what he was trying to accomplish when he put her on in the first place...and honestly, I think that what this mom is doing is a form of child abuse. She's raising her daughter to believe that she's not good enough as is, and that when the time comes, she can be "fixed" with plastic surgery and make up.
I do suspect, however, that this is more about Burge than her daughter. She seems to want to be in the public eye and is using her "parenting" as a way to get her name in the media. Either way, it's a damned shame that she's got a child in her care...especially a little girl.