Jul 2nd 2011 9:46PM Twenty-five! La Lohan looks 55!!!
Her photo looks like the opposite of the the Picture of Dorian Gray. Yikes!
Jun 28th 2011 12:14PM Hugh Hefner's heart is going to explode if he takes any more Viagra, which he admits he takes, calling it a "godsend."
As for his new gf being "one in a million," he should know because that's the approximate number of centerfolds he's shtupped.
Jun 14th 2011 3:48PM Thirty years ago, when Hefner used to show up at movie premieres with two gorgeous babes on his tentacles, my editor at the Daily News said, "When he's in his 80s, he's going to look like a dirty old man."
He was already that 30 years ago, but not in a mean-spirited, just a libidinous way.
May 2nd 2011 8:36AM Poor Lindsay Lohan! Despite her youth, years of substance abuse are etched on her once beautiful now prematurely aged face. :(
Apr 10th 2011 11:34AM Larry Hagman's behavior may be due to his self-acknowledged alcoholism, which destroyed his liver and required transplant surgery for a donor liver.
An interesting statistic about Barbara Eden's popularity. People magazine reported that their poll to find the sexiest woman alive showed that Eden in the 1990s was still No. 1, 30 years after "I Dream of Jeannie" went off the air. She was in her 50s at the time!
Jan 6th 2011 8:56AM I guessed Sean Penn and his wife were not a happy couple when I watched them on TV a few years ago during the Academy Awards. When Penn's name was announced as the best actor winner, his wife gave him a big smooch as he turned away from her and didn't smooch back.
Then, in his acceptance speech, he thanked just about everybody but his second-grade piano teacher...and his wife, who was blowing him kisses, which he also ignored.
How does such a physically repellant, obnoxious guy like Penn manage to attract a beautiful woman like Robin Wright? Graham Greene offers one possible explanation: "Fame is an aphrodisiac."
Oct 22nd 2010 9:22AM To the gentleman who said Bernie Madoff spent the money he stole from investors:
Even if he were a compulsive shopper like Imelda Marcos or bought $20,000 shower curtains like another convicted Ponzi schemer, it would have been impossible for Madoff to blow the BILLIONS he scammed from little old lady pensioners and other people left destitute by Madoff's sociopathic behavior. (I don't have an ounce of pity for the still rich fat cats Madoff also swindled.)
The only barely possible way to have gone through billions of dollars would have been real estate investments before the bubble burst. But it's hard to hide from the Feds, say, a beach-front villa on the Costa del Sol or a fleet of private jets.
Advice to Madoff to get out of jail free but broke: Show them (prosecutors) the money!
Oct 21st 2010 5:45PM Will somebody PLEASE explain or at least give me a theory why Madoff doesn't cough up the money he stole in return for a reduced sentence from his current sentence, which is so long, it amounts to life without parole.
These auctions of tschotchkes the Feds have found have so far only raised $25 million to reimburse his victims, but he stole BILLIONS!
Where's the rest of the money, and what good is it doing him? Is he saving for his old age...in prison?
Oct 15th 2010 11:16AM I'm still amazed Madoff didn't reduce his life-sentence by revealing where he's hidden all the money he stole. I don't understand why he chooses to remain silent and in prison. The money he's hidden isn't doing him any good. Maybe his wife and sons are enjoying the money, although I doubt if a sociopath like Madoff would sacrifice his freedom in exchange for impoverishing his wife and kids. Does anybody have any theories about Madoff's silence?
Oct 8th 2010 1:00PM "If something worked, everyone in America would know about it. Botox works; everyone knows about it."
That's almost exactly the same thing I said when I called a telemarketer during a late-night infomercial claiming a product "cured" smoking. Studies show that nicotine is as addictive as heroin, and if there were actually a cure for smoking, I told the marketeer before hanging up on her, the news would be on the front page of the New York Times, not on an infomerical at 2 in the morning!
P.T. Barnum needs to be updated: "A sucker is born every nanosecond."