ROLL CALL: Ke$ha Asks Fans For Their Teeth For Necklace
First Published: May 18, 2011 12:07 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
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She Wants Your Chompers!: Ke$ha continued her attempt to be the wackiest pop star of them all on Tuesday when she took to Twitter asking her fans to send her their teeth… in order for her to make a new piece of jewelry! “I’ve received 1 tooth from a fan. I made it into a neclace. But now I really wanna make a fan tooth necklace to wear to an awards show,” she wrote. “So. What I’m getting at is please send me your teeth. I’m dead serious. I need your teeth. Wisdom teeth?? Cmon. Yall got some of those laying around.” She appears to be serious and posted a P.O. Box for fans to send in their old teeth. Click HERE for all the information!
When This Boat’s A Rocking…: Are Leonardo DiCaprio and Blake Lively an item or just Cannes pals? According to The New York Post’s Page Six, the beautiful duo was spotted on Friday at Hotel du Cap Eden Roc together and then photographed yesterday on a boat together. Check out the pair, HERE!
When The Moon Hits You In The Eye: Having only been in Italy for just a few days, “Jersey Shore’s” resident ladies man Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino appears to have wasted no time marking his territory in Florence… with his tongue. Check out the Sitch’s latest conquest, HERE!
Things To Do Before That R.E.M Song Happens!: If you believe those billboards claiming the world is going to end on Saturday, May 21 (Roll Call sure doesn’t!) then you better fill your time with something enjoyable. Our friends at E! Online have complied a list of five pop culture things you should partake in, just in case the apocalypse starts on Saturday – check it out, HERE!
How To Ruin Cannes For Kirsten Dunst: Speaking of feeling like your world is about to end, director Lars Von Trier figured out how to make Kirsten Dunst’s trip to the Cannes Film Festival just about as uncomfortable as possible. During a press conference for his latest movie, “Melancholia,” the director went off on tirade saying, “I understand Hitler… He is not what we could call a good guy, but yeah, I understand much about him and I sympathize with him.” Later, he told the Associated Press that he was kidding. According to Reuters, Kirsten, who is starring in “Melancholia,” was heard saying after the press conference, “Oh Lars, that was intense.”
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