Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are hosting the Golden Globes this weekend. In preparation, they created their own drinking game:
1. Drink anytime an actress cries in a speech.
2. Drink any time you see a person actively not listening to someone onstage.
3. Drink any time someone says, “I didn’t prepare anything!”
4. Eat a meatball sub any time someone thanks Harvey Weinstein.
5. Take off an article of clothing any time they show Judi Dench.
6. Take off an article of clothing any time Maggie Smith wins.
David Letterman joked about the People’s Choice Awards on his show last night. He said they had awards for Favorite Kardashian, and Favorite Late-Night Jimmy.
Miss Alabama Katherine Webb did an interview on the “Today” show yesterday, to talk about what Brent Musburger said about her during the BCS game Monday night. She basically said people made a huge deal out of nothing. She was flattered by the comments . . . she didn’t think Musburger was out of line . . . and she thinks the media treated him unfairly.
The first performers for the 55th Annual Grammy Awards have been announced. Current Grammy nominees Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Fun, The Black Keys, and Mumford & Sons are all slated to perform on the broadcast. Fun. and Mumford & Sons, are each nominated for six awards. The Black Keys have five nominations this year, while Rihanna and Taylor each have three. LL Cool J will once again host. The Grammy Awards air Sunday, February 10 on CBS.
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2″ leads the Razzies lineup with 11 nominations, including worst picture, lead-acting slots for Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, and supporting-acting nominations for Taylor Lautner and Ashley Greene. The movie also picked up nominations for worst sequel, screenplay and ensemble. Also Kristin Stewart and Rob Pattison were nominated for worst screen couple. Winners for the 33rd annual Razzies will be announced February 23rd, the night before the Oscar show.
It looks like Britney Spears may not be returning as a judge on “The X Factor” next season. Word is that she is in the process of recording her 8th album and may want to tour after that. Britney says she loves Simon and likes Demi but she is a singer and her life is music so it makes sense that she is going back to the studio. Hmmm…Walking away from $15 mil …Yeah, she’s that rich.
Someone posted an Auto-Tune of Al Roker’s confession about pooping himself in the White House. It’s about as stupid as it sounds.
Rosie O’Donnell announced the birth of her daughter with wife Michelle Rounds on Wednesday. “We r thrilled to announce the arrival of our daughter Dakota,” she tweeted, along with a picture of the happy couple and their newborn. The baby was born January 5th and weighed just a little over five pounds. This is O’Donnell’s fifth child, four of them with her ex-wife Kelli Carpenter. O’Donnell and Rounds were married last June in a private ceremony.
The world of pistachios have a new spokesman in Psy, the South Korean YouTube sensation. Psy will wear a green suit and will unveil a new means of cracking nuts to the beat of “Gangnam Style.” The ad will air during the Super Bowl. It’s the singer’s first TV spot to air on American TV. Wonderful Pistachios also plans to place 50,000 pistachio displays with Psy’s image in supermarkets across the country.
“Glee” creator Ryan Murphy tweeted out a big spoiler about upcoming episodes and it’s already gotten fans of the show thinking. Here’s the tweet: “Gleeks…two couples getting back together by Valentine’s Day. One might be preggers. Guesses?” Who could it be? Finn and Rachael, Will and Emma…plus it looks like Kurt and Blaine are getting back together. Another tweet revealed: “Kurt is not bringing Adam to the wedding. His date is Blaine. They sing a duet for Emma. And make out in a steamy car.”
Kate Middleton and Prince William’s first child just may be a little princess. Queen Elizabeth II decreed that her next great-grandchild’s title will be prince or princess and be referred to as His or Her Royal Highness. The legal decision overturns a 1917 decree issued by the queen’s grandfather, King George V, that the Prince of Wales’ eldest son would be prince but a firstborn daughter (or any daughter) wouldn’t be a princess.