Nibbly Things: Omarion Doesn’t Want Your Prayers Anymore

  • It seems like Omarion can’t get his story straight. He is distancing himself from a press release that said the singer, scheduled to play a gig Sunday in the besieged British capital, “would like his fans to pray that he has a safe trip and a safe return home.” Omarion’s Website, meanwhile, couldn’t even stand by its own headline. By late afternoon, any suggestion that either the Reuters story or the press release was an out-and-out “hoax” had been removed. [E Online]
  • Jessica Alba refuses to act with anymore monkeys. Insert your own joke here. [contact music]
  • It’s looks like Paris Hilton is going to read. She is so ashamed she attended London’s Live 8 gig on Saturday, July 5 even though she knows little about African poverty, she’s vowed to study the issues while planning her forthcoming wedding. [CompuServe]
  • Pete Doherty has shown Kate Moss “how fake her life had become.” We assumed he got her stoned, and she saw the light. [Page Six]
  • What dad wouldn’t enjoy a few Botox injections. Joe Simpson would. [Junk Feud]
  • Catherine Zeta Jones’ stalker Dawnette Knight was given a 3 year prison sentence for threatening to “slice her up like meat on a bone and feed her to the dogs.” Knight was also slapped with a $200 million restitution fine and ordered to stay away from Jones for 10 years. Knight said she only did what she did because of her “girlish-crush” on Michael Douglas. Jones released a statment calling Knight “evil” and added ” Your actions will be with me for the rest of my life.” [The Insider]
  • Titanium is the new black. At least in regards to the American Express card. The titanium cards recently replaced the black ones – officially known as the Centurion – in some European countries and have become essential tools of one-upmanship among high-rollers and fat-cats. As it was for the black card, membership is invitation-only to status-conscious affluent folk – black card holders include Sean Combs, Jay-Z, Naomi Campbell and Flavio Briatore. The titanium card carries a $2,500 annual fee and requires holders to charge more than $250,000 a year. [Page Six]
  • Dennis Rodman says that while Madonna was good in bed, she didn’t blow his mind. [FemaleFirst]