Nibbly Things: The Terminator Burns His Children’s Clothing

April 13th, 2005 // Leave a Comment
  • It looks as if Arnold Schwarzenegger burns his children’s clothing if they leave them lying around the house. Isn’t burning a bit excessive. Where does he burn the clothing? They probably have a burning room in their home. [The Corsair]
  • Demi Moore has been chosen as the latest face for Versace. Big yawn there. [Adrants]
  • Hilary Swank gives Chad Lowe something to do. It’s about time, don’t you think? They’ve come up with a new star-studded game show, Celebrity Charades. Lowe is executive producing the series with Swank (through their Accomplice Films venture) and with actor-friend Bob Balaban. He and Lowe will take turns hosting the show. [Reuters]
  • Cat lovers, thank your lucky stars you don’t live in Wisconsin (get out and vote if you do). Residents in 72 counties were asked whether free-roaming cats — including any domestic cat that isn’t under the owner’s direct control or any cat without a collar — should be listed as an unprotected species. If listed as so, the cats could be hunted. [AP]
  • Tom Ford announces the Tom Ford brand. Perfect choice for the name. The first project is a partnership with Estee Lauder. “I want to find a great compact like my mother’s that’s much more luxurious than we see today,” he said. “I want to find a great lipstick color from 1972 — and then I want to put them together.” – Sweetie, I’ll be your mother. [AP]
By Miu von Furstenberg

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