Nibbly Things: Snoop Dogg’s In The Doghouse

April 27th, 2006 // 1 Comment
  • Rapper Snoop Dogg and five associates were arrested after a fracas at Heathrow Airport that injured seven police officers, British media reported Thursday. The members of the star’s entourage had hurled bottles of whisky and argued with staff at a duty free shop after being refused entry to a first-class lounge. Nice touch with the hurling bottles. [USA Today]
  • It’s hard being a Paris Hilton impersonator. Natalie Reid was ejected from Stereo the other night after pretending to be Hilton in order to score a plum table between Axl Rose and Stephon Marbury. She was escorted out, and was permanently banned from the club. Ms. Reid might want to learn the difference between impersonator and impostor. [Page Six]
  • Could everyone please light a candle for Elizabeth Taylor? She’s reportedly near death after her heart began to fail. This is probably her 20th brush with death, but let’s not take any chances. [Daily Mail]
  • Maury Povich vowed yesterday to fight the lawsuit that threatens to tarnish his storybook marriage to Connie Chung – but never denied the bombshell claim that he cheated on her with a staffer. Da da da… [Daily Dish]
  • In one of the longest divorces ever, finally after 10 years Calvin and Kelly Klein are finally divorced. [Page Six]
  • Nicole Kidman has picked a date for her wedding to country/western star Keith Urban. They’ll tie the knot June 25 in Sydney. I’m sure your invitation will be arriving shortly. [Page Six]
  • Why won’t Cam’ron leave Beyone alone? [Rush & Molloy]
By Miu von Furstenberg

  1. Girly Girl

    That sucks about Elizabeth Taylor. She’s an icon.

    And no matter who old and frail and ill she is- she will ALWAYS be Maggie from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, slinking through the house in her skintight white slip, trying to seduce (the very gay) Brick…

    Bottoms up for a legend, everyone… here’s to Ms. Taylor…
    (Girly Girl begins maniacally guzzling champagne to hasten the inebriation that will be necessary to say goodbye to one of the best there’s every been).

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