Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Guy Parties Without Madonna: Guy Ritchie wasn’t about to stop celebrating his 40th birthday, just because his wife Madonna and kids went home around 10 PM, Britain’s The Daily Mail reported. After the film director saw off Madge and the kids, Guy headed back inside their local Mayfair pub, The Punchbowl, reportedly partying until 4 AM with guests that included Sting’s wife, Trudie Styler (who introduced he and his wife) and Liza Minnelli’s ex, David Gest. In her defense, Madge is in the middle of her “Sticky & Sweet” world tour.
Chace’s Dark Type: It appears that Chace Crawford might have a type — and it’s not blondes, as he’s dated in the past. “I’m not gonna lie. Sarah Palin is quite attractive,” Chace told Us Weekly at the Stand Up For A Cure Concert Series at Madison Square Garden in NYC on Wednesday. But it’s not just small town ladies with glasses that catch Chace’s eye — he appears to fancy the metropolitan ones too. “I love Liz Lemon. She’s funny, she’s so down-to-earth, I love her,” the “Gossip” guy said of Tina Fey’s “30 Rock” character. What would Gossip Girl write about this confession?
Lance’s Greasy Type: Speaking of guys and their types, cycling superstar Lance Armstrong opened up in the October issue of “Men’s Vogue,” about what he likes in a lady. “I don’t discriminate — on anything,” he said when asked if he prefers blondes. But he does have one qualification. He explained that he likes women that are, “hotter than doughnut grease.” At press time, we were still attempting to determine just how hot doughnut grease is!
The Jonas Brother’s Goal: And speaking of guys and the ladies in their life, The Jonas Brothers told People at the European premiere of “Camp Rock” in London on Wednesday that they are most concerned with just one lady in their lives. “You know, we’re just trying our best every day,” Joe told reporters. “We’re just trying to make our mom proud every day.” Awww… shucks.
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