ROLL CALL: Denise Richards On Her 'Take Me Out To The Ballgame' Performance: 'Horrifying'
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Denise Richards Speaks The Truth!: Denise Richards attempted to sing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” over the weekend at a Cubs game – and she beat us all to the punch line. “Horrifying,” Denise told The Palm Beach Post of her performance of the classic ballpark song. “I’m not a singer and then to be in front of all those people is a little terrifying.” You’re sure right Denise, you are mostly definitely not a singer… please remember that next time someone convinces you to pick up a microphone in public. If you missed her performance or want would like to make sure your dog can still hear, watch Denise, HERE! – You’ve been warned!
Jessica Alba Covered In Droll – And Couldn’t Be Happier!: Jessica Alba is loving motherhood – even 11-month-old daughter Honor Marie’s wet and messy parts. “She’s getting new teeth every day,” Jessica told People at the EIF/Revlon Run/Walk for Women over the weekend. “[She] doesn’t walk, but she’s crawling around and pulling herself up [and is always] covered in lots of drool… she’s the best thing in the world!”
Gisele & Tom Shun Their Fans?: Supermodel Gisele might like to be photographed, but she reportedly told a female fan that husband Tom Brady is not a fan of being snapped. According to The New York Daily News’ Gatecrasher, the supermodel sidelined a female fan hoping to get a picture with the QB, saying, “Tom hates being photographed. He wouldn’t want to… He always says no.” Later, the supermodel reportedly kicked a guy out of an elevator saying it was too full… You mark that territory Gisele, ain’t nothing wrong with that!
Hats Off To The Debry!: The Kentucky Derby might be about horse racing, but when it comes to celebs, it’s all about who has the biggest & fiercest hat…and this year’s attendees at the 135th annual race at Churchill Downs did not disappoint when it came to working their hot hats. See all celeb chapeaus, HERE!
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