News and Nonsense

CZJ 

  • T-Mobile has decided to stop paying Catherine Zeta-Jones millions of dollars to annoy millions of people on tv.  [London Times] 
  • Film piracy reportedly cost the US economy $20 billion a year, while the war in
    Iraq, government overspending, and corporate tax breaks barely made a dent.  [BBC]  
  • Tony Parker finally realized that dating Eva Longoria was ruining his future love life; by the time she finished telling all of his private business to the press, no other women would want to date him. [A Socialite’s Life] 

  • After firing Star Jones, demoting Elizabeth Vargas, and downsizing Bob Woodruff, we shouldn’t be surprised that ABC has started firing people from the staff of Good Morning America.  [Jossip]  

  • Janice Dickinson states the obvious about the fashion industry in her new book.  [Contact Music]  

  • Vanity Fair was so impressed with Jessica Coen’s skills at trashing their publication that they hired her to write for them.  [Gawker

  • Girlfriends has officially jumped the shark.  [LA Times

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