ROLL CALL: Heidi & Spencer Slammed By Native American Group For Name Change
First Published: April 1, 2010 1:15 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
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White Wolf & Running Bear Not Loved By Native American Group: White Wolf and Running Bear – the reality stars formerly known as Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt – have upset several Native American groups with their name change stunt. “Continued stereotyping such as this by people ignorant of our traditional ways is very disrespectful and only hurts our efforts to curtail these stereotypes,” a rep from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota – just one of the groups miffed at the duo – told TMZ. Might we suggest that White Wolf and Running Bear decide to go by their stripper or “Jersey Shore” names instead?
Khloe Gone Wild!: Oh Khloe Kardashain, we know that being a Kardashian means that you’re constantly trying to stay in the public eye, but why don’t you save the girls for maybe just your husband’s eyes…though we’re betting that the fine people of Miami, who saw you flash your fans on Wednesday, might disagree with us! See Khloe’s exposed moment, HERE!
Charlie’s Fantasy: Old Dudes With Beards: Have you ever wondered what Charlie Sheen fantasizes about? Or, at least, what his character on “Two and a Half Men” dreams about? TMZ discovered that his character (which is pretty dang similar to the real Charlie) dreams about ZZ Top. The iconic rock group is slated to appear in a “fantasy sequence” of Charlie’s character on the hit CBS show, which will reportedly tape today.
Jake Oughta Know About Alanis: Disney already cast Jake Gyllenhaal as a Persian for their upcoming “Prince of Persia: Sands of Time,” so why not have a Canadian sing the end credits song?! According to The New York Post’s Popwrap, Alanis Morissette will lend her Middle Eastern-influenced single, “I Remain” to the blockbuster. Take a listen to the track, HERE!
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