ROLL CALL: Lucy Lawless Using 'Xena' War Cries To Save The Environment
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Xena Goes Green: Lucy Lawless is going Warrior Princess to save the environment. The actress has reportedly strapped herself to an oil tanker in New Zealand to protest drilling in the Artic and she’s using “Xena” war cries get her point across. “I just can’t help myself,” she told TMZ. “We know we’re going to be arrested… but, this is a moral decision for us.” Listen to her entire phone call to TMZ from the top of the oil tanker, HERE!
Megan Fox – Not The Pretty Girl?: In news that is sure to have 99 percent of the world rolling their eyes, Megan Fox is speaking out about how not pretty she used to be. “I was never the pretty girl,” the 25-year-old told the March issue of MIAMI Magazine. She also noted that she was once “abrasive” and “obnoxious” – sort of like a big screen bombshell talking about how not pretty she used to be.
LeAnn Rocks A Deep V: We love a plunging neckline, but we’re not sure we’re feeling LeAnn Rimes’ super plunge… what happened to leaving a little something to the imagination? See LeAnn’s look from the 5th Annual Hollywood Domino Gala & Tournament on Thursday night, HERE!
The Deep V Love Continues: Not to be outdone by LeAnn, Eva Longoria was also rocking a plunging neckline – along with two sexy pieces of arm candy – last night. Check out the sexy TV siren, HERE!
Paris Hilton’s New Song Drops… And We’re Speechless: Words cannot describe what we’re feeling about Paris Hilton’s new song, “Drunk Text.” In the spoken word jam (yep, Paris is apparently now a poet), the reality TV heiress shares gems like, “It was just a drunk text/In my head I was writing a fiction of us… I’m too lazy to type, so I send a photo I took up a dancer’s skirt,” and “It’s a hot mess of misspelled obscenities, body parts, and run-on questions.” Listen to Paris’ new song, HERE, if you dare!
-- Jesse Spero
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