Franco Slams Gervais' Jokes
After Charlie Sheen declared himself a "Vatican assassin warlock" during a radio interview in February, Christian Day, a practicing warlock from Salem's Coven of the Raven Moon in Salem, Mass. told TMZ.com that he's "fuming" over the statement because it's a "blatant offense against our ways." Day told TMZ he plans to take magical action against the actor. "I am going to magically bind Mr. Sheen, not to harm him, but to simply prevent him from using this word in such a negative manner in the future," he said. Sheen has yet to comment.
Padma Lakshmi's Custody Fight Gets Heated
The feud between Lil' Kim and Nicki Minja continues. In direct reference to Nicki Minaj's debut album, Lil' Kim appears to have decapitated the 26-year-old "Fly" singer's doll alter ego from the cover of "Pink Friday," which was released in November 2010. Minaj responded to the album cover via Twitter, writing, "Bwaahhhhahhahahahahahahahahhahahhhaaahhhhhaaahahahahahahahhhaha!!!!!!!!!! *lifeless* *leaves on stretcher* *cant go on*"
Chelsea Handler Slams Angelina Jolie
It's not all love between Ed O'Neill and Jane Lynch. . In an interview with "TV Guide Canada," O'Neill said his "Modern Family" co-star, Sofia Vergara, should have won the Oustanding Supporting Actress Emmy instead of "Glee's" Lynch. "I love Jane, honestly I do," O'Neill said. "I'm dying to star in one of Christopher Guest's movies alongside her, but I don't think she should have gotten the Emmy for that part. [Sue Sylvester] is just a one-note character." He went on to gush about his on-screen wife: "Sofia is just so, so funny. I don't think people realize how hilarious she is. She's so sharp with her wit, it's amazing."
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Feuds: Nick Cannon Calls Chelsea Handler White Trash
Nick Cannon apparently didn't take Chelsea Handler's Twitter comment about his comedy tour as a joke. Handler posted: "I just heard Nick Cannon is starting a comedy tour. Who's going to do the comedy?" The Huffington Post reported that Cannon was unraveled by the post and fired back with insults, including comments about Handler's appearance.
LL Cool J's Not Cool With Sarah Palin
Michelle 'Bombshell' McGee is going head-to-head with comedian Chelsea Handler, after Handler took a jab at McGee's extensive body tattoo collection. McGee, who is one of Jesse James' alleged mistresses, claims that she was unaware that James was still married to actress Sandra Bullock at the time of their reported affair. On her E! blog, Handler wrote: " I guess she doesn't read magazines, which makes sense since she basically has one on her face." But McGee didn't find Handler's joke too amusing, advising Handler on her Facebook page to "use some of that botox from your forehead and put it in your flabby underarm skin.. I've seen better wings in a bucket of KFC chicken." She added that she felt "so honored to have a transexual [SIC] poke fun of me..."
Donny Osmond: Lady Gaga Not Child Appropriate
It seems it doesn't take much to set off Lindsay Lohan these days. Comedian George Lopez is the latest to get on the bad side of the actress, who recently stepped out with her feet and shoes covered in unidentified white powder. After Lopez reportedly joked that Lohan uses baby powder to fit into her heels, Lohan took to Twitter to rail against him. "Thanks for the childish comment regarding baby powder in my shoes to loosen up the leather," she tweeted, "don't you have kids?" Lohan then implored Lopez to "Act like a grown man, have some respect and dignity for yourself." Lopez tweeted back, suggesting Lohan come on his late-night talk show to work things out. "You want me to stop talking about you I will," he wrote. "Come and tell me ... To my face ... I'll stop!! Respectfully."
Jewish Nationalist Group Urges Bar Refeali to Leave DiCaprio
Actor Tom Hanks has become Fox talk show host Bill O'Reilly's new favorite target. While promoting "The Pacific," the new HBO miniseries he produced, Hanks said in interviews that the conflict with the Japanese was one of "racism and terror" and compared it to current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. O'Reilly said Hanks has "gone off the rails." "We had to kill the Japanese because they wouldn't surrender. If the jihadists were Thais, Burmese, we'd be doing the same thing to them," O'Reilly said.
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Hollywood Battles: Celebrity Feuds
The feud between "Brady Bunch" stars Eve Plumb and Maureen McCormick has caused the cancellation of a reunion show, according to RadarOnline.com. "The bottom line is that they didn't want to be on the same show, and the appearance was canceled because of it," a source told Radar.The feud reportedly stems from a book McCormick wrote, "Here's the Story," which chronicles her childhood and time on the show. While she was promoting the show, McCormick claimed she had a crush on Plumb and that they had kissed. Plumb reportedly took offense at that. "They've never liked each other. It has been years since all the "Brady" kids made an appearance together, and it doesn't appear they're going to bury the hatchet anytime soon," another source said.
Holyfield Clashes Cancels Appearance With Dr. Phil
Former world champion boxer Evander Holyfield has cancelled his scheduled appearance on Dr. Phil's show after a dinner at the talk show host's Beverly Hills, Calif., turned sour, reports RadarOnline.com. Holyfield reportedly pulled out after Dr. Phil started discussing what would go down during their appearance. A source told RadarOnline.com, "The truth is Evander did not like Dr. Phil and what he was proposing. [Holyfield] felt he was totally man-bashing him." The former champ's wife, Candi Holyfield, filed a request for a temporary order of protection against him after she claimed he hit her in the face following an argument on Feb. 1, 2010, according to a report in the New York Daily News. She later withdrew the petition.
Kevin Smith Too Fat to Fly?
Kevin Smith, the director of "Clerks" and "Chasing Amy," was kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight from Oakland to Burbank Saturday for being too "fat," thus creating a "safety risk," according to his Twitter stream at @ThatKevinSmith. Southwest has confirmed the incident, citing its long-standing policy that a customer must buy two seats if he or she can't fit into one. But Southwest's vice president for customer relations called Smith, 39, Saturday night to apologize for the way the airline handled the situation.
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Feud Brian Johnson Bono
U2 singer Bono is known worldwide for his charitable acts, but AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson believes Bono should keep his philanthropy private. "When I was a working man, I didn't want to go to a concert for some bastard to talk down to me that I should be thinking of some kid in Africa, "Johnson told the Australian Herald Sun. "I'm sorry mate, do it yourself, spend some of your own money and get it done. It just makes me angry. I become all tyrannical." Johnson said that he and his band make their charitable contributions, but privately."Do a charity gig, fair enough, but not on worldwide television," he said.
Vatican Lashes Out at 'Avatar'
Elaine Paige performs during 'Thank You For The Music - A Celebration Of The Music Of Abba' at Hyde Park on September 13, 2009 in London, England./Susan Boyle performs during the 3rd semi final of the TV show 'Das Supertalent' on December 12, 2009 in Cologne, Germany.
Hollywood Battles: Celebrity Feuds Sharon Stone Meryl Streep
Sharon Stone might have had good intentions when she commented on actress Meryl Streep's Hollywood appeal, but the delivery was a bit off. "Meryl looks like an unmade bed, and that's what I look like. To me, that looks true," Stone told Tatler magazine. Stone goes on to say, "I look at her and I think, 'I'm chasing my kids, I've moved my parents in with me, I'm coping with food spills -- that looks like me in real life." Streep has not responded to Stone's description of her. Stone recently released a statement regarding her comment, saying, "It is not ok with me for someone to take a statement I made with good-natured intent and to try and make it in to something politically incorrect. My love and support for what she represents for women right now is extraordinarily important."
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Bad Blood: Celeb Family Feuds Suzanne Somers Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi Goldberg lashed out on "The View" comments made by Suzanne Somers who allegedly blamed the chemotherapy, not the cancer, as the cause of Patrick Swayze's death. Somers defended herself on her blog, saying that as a caner survior herself, she would never say anything negative toward Swaye.
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