Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
‘Gossip Girl’s’ Leighton Meester Drops Duet: “Gossip Girl” star Leighton Meester has been working on a solo album, and fans hoping to hear a taste of the singing actress are in luck. Ryan Seacrest debuted Leighton’s duet with Cobra Starship, called “Good Girls Go Bad” on Friday on his radio show, “On-Air With Ryan Seacrest.” The song was co-written by “American Idol” judge Kara DioGuardi. So, is it good “Gossip Girl” jam or a TV star-turned-singer gone bad? CLICK HERE to listen and decide!
GaGa’s Goods Get Out!: Speaking of things going bad, Lady Gaga had a wardrobe malfunction this week while shooting a video with hip-hop artist Wale. According to The New York Daily News’ Gatecrasher, GaGa’s breast accidentally slipped out while filming. But GaGa took it all in stride. “She just laughed and said, ‘You better make sure you airbrush my nipples!’” a set source said. Due to GaGa’s perpetually skimpy attire, we’re not shocked by this one bit!
Bruno Bleached!: Sacha Baron Cohen is known to go the extra mile for his over-the-top characters, and in his upcoming film, “Bruno,” he continued is commitment to cinema excellence by bleaching all of his body hair. But according to Britain’s The Sun, this blonde was not having that much fun. The actor reportedly developed a severe allergic reaction to the peroxide and had to seek medical attention. We’re hoping his pain will equal big laughs!
SJP Heads To The Ballet: Sarah Jessica Parker is about to start work on a “Sex and The City” sequel and is expecting twins with husband Matthew Broderick, via surrogate, and yet she still finds time for dance! According to The New York Post’s Page Six, Sarah will host the New York City Ballet’s Spring Gala next week – the actress has also been named to the Ballet’s board. And it appears SJP is already bringing a fresh take to an old art – Samantha Ronson is scheduled to DJ the event. We think Carrie Bradshaw would approve!
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