Nibbly Things: O.J. Simpson, Still A Class Act

  • In a scene from his new candid-camera program “Juiced,” O.J. Simpson pulls a prank involving the infamous white Bronco, drawing criticism from the family of a man he was accused of killing. When will he just go away? [AP]
  • Katie Holmes’ parents, Martin and Kathleen Holmes, didn’t get to see baby Suri up close and personal until the day of the “Mission: Impossible 3″ premiere in Los Angeles. That would have been May 4. Suri was born in the late afternoon on April 17. The Holmeses were specifically not invited until Tom Cruise was back home in Los Angeles after his worldwide promotional tours and could monitor the baby’s first visit with her maternal grandparents. Freak. [FOX411]
  • Rapper William (Ya Boy) Crawford claims it was he, not Kevin Federline, who wrote two of K-Fed’s much-hyped rap singles: “F- the Media” and “America’s Most Hated” – which goes: “Kevin Federline, I come tight with every rhyme, I built a kingdom down the street from Pepperdine.” Yes, someone has actually claimed that they’ve written shit. [Lowdown]
  • Gayle King is tired of being known only as Oprah Winfrey’s best friend (we would be too), but that’s not what is keeping her from lobbying for Star Jones’ job on The View. It’s her friendship with Star Jones that is. Dump Star, go for the job. It’s a win win situation. [Rush & Molloy]
  • Alec Baldwin has been granted an extra three visiting days with his daughter, after accusing ex-wife Kim Basinger of obstructing his visits. Ireland has got to be one screwed up kid by now. [contactmusic]