According to TMZ, TV Bitch Queen Heather Locklear was arrested on Saturday night at about 4am. Someone had reported that they had heard a crash by North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village, California, and police responded accordingly. So how did she get arrested you ask? Well, read on…
So the police weren’t actually called by the witness until 7:48pm later that day. When the police came, they found a “knocked over ‘no parking’ sign and obvious signs of a car that went up the curb, striking the sign,” reported TMZ.
With a bit of investigation, the police figured out that it was Locklear’s car. She lived very close to where the accident occurred and when they went to her house to check out the car, the damaged BMW sealed her fait and she was arrested for a hit-and-run.
Today, Facebook had it’s annual F8 Conference in San Francisco, California. Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg introduces the conference discussing what the themes of the announcements will be, and where Facebook currently is in terms of performance. I watched the live feed this morning, and here’s the rundown…
First a quick few updates for policy updates for Facebook Connect:
Then Zuck moves onto the issue of the Facebook stream. What happens when you post something that you like, like a restaurant you went to for for example, it’s gone in a matter of hours. Some people see it, a lot don’t.
Essentially, there are three big announcements/focuses that are discussed during this conference:
Kylie Minogue is back, as she’ll be releasing a new single called All The Lovers, on June 28th, 2010. This single is part of her 11th studio album called Aphrodite, which comes out a few days after the single, on July 5th. Fans are eagerly awaiting the goddess of love, beauty, & sexuality’s new album, as her site crashes today as a result of too much traffic. She tweeted this on her Twitter today:
“Aaahhhhhhhh … you’ve overloaded the system!!! arrgggghhhhhhhhhh!!!!!… That is the strength of your combined power!!!!!!! OMG (Oh my God)!!!”
Are you excited?
Click here to check out the Top 10 Kylie Songs of all time.
Montreal-based performance company Cirque du Soleil has announced they’ve made a deal with the Jackson family to have a Michael Jackson inspired show set for 2011. Co-executor John Branca filled TMZ in on the details. TMZ reported the following details on the joint venture:
Co-executor John Branca tells TMZ, the first show will open in fall of 2011 — and will travel throughout North America including the Staples Center in L.A. … the same venue where MJ’s memorial was held.
The show will be heavily focused on dancing — honoring the legendary moves of MJ. It will also feature Jackson’s songs and have the trademark Cirque du Soleil acrobatics.
In 2012, a second show — in partnership with MGM MIRAGE — will open in Las Vegas which will be far more theatrical with emphasis on technology and 3D. “It will be a theme-park-like show,” says Branca.
Sources say the shows will be worth a fortune to the estate. Cirque and the estate will split costs and profits 50-50.
Check out the video announcement of the Michael Jackson / Cirque du Soleil Tour.
I’m so excited for the final season of The Hills. About a year ago, Donovan introduced me to the faux reality show after we happened to be in LA when Heidi & Spencer got married (which we got footage of and found ourselves on The Aftershow). After that, I was hooked. I went back and watch both season of Laguna Beach, then started on The Hills and watched Seasons 1 through 5, catching up in time to watch Season 6 as each episode aired.
After Lauren Conrad left, and “The Bitch” Kristin Cavallari was to join the show, the potential drama & backstabbing seemed promising. Unfortunately, the season was a snooze and Dono and I had great difficulty in coming up with material for our weekly parodies of the show each week. After the preview for the final season was released, I was officially totally excited to waste my time watching this show once again. Much juicier topics than last season, and more elements from their real lives are incorporated into the show.
Last week they released the promo clip for this season, featuring The Hill’s creator Adam Divello‘s
marionettes drama queens having their strings cut, as they free themselves from the world of The Hills. Either that, or as they let loose in what could be the best season yet.
The final season of The Hills commences exactly one week from today: Tuesday, April 27th at 10/9c on MTV.
Highschool is certainly a different ballgame nowadays. When I was in high school, cell phones were new to begin with. The cool thing to have when I was a teen was your own phone line at home, but it certainly wasn’t the norm to have your own cell phone until later on.
Nowadays, it’s all about texting. A study by Pew Center’s Internet & American Life Project has revealed the following stats on teen texting:
This is hilarious – it is Vital that you watch it. So Mike has this business/product called Vital Energy (an energy drink that has as much caffeine as two Redbulls). Mike’s mom doesn’t like when these drinks are on the first floor. If she finds one she throws it out. A little OCD that way.
So the scenario is Mike’s parents have gone away to Colorado for the weekend. Their return home did not go as smoothly as they thought and of course are completely exhausted as they arrive. Certainly not prepared for what they are about to deal with.
Mike and his friends thought it’d be a funny prank to layout 26,000 bottles of Vital Energy throughout the house as a joke. Boy did he underestimate how his parents would react. Aiya carumba!
Add another to the list. This one was brought to my attention from a reader who commented on one of the other Gay Roulette articles. Out of all of them, this one is the certainly the most advanced. I decided to check it out and go through the process so I can explain to you what make this one so different. Here are some of the key features:
For this site, you have to first set up a profile. It’s actually a very quick process. Come up with your username & password, upload a picture, select your city, and submit. That’s all it takes, and your profile is good to go. Like on Facebook, your profile can have a “current status & mood.” You can also put as much or as little information about yourself in your profile. That goes for photos too. You can put up one, or several. You can even upload videos.
From your profile, you can select “Footprints”. This allows you to see other profiles that have viewed yours – so you can see who’s been creeping up on you or who is interested.