Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenaningans
by Jesse Spero
Miley's Guide To Life: Miley Cyrus is talking to Us Magazine about how she's been able to avoid some of the pitfalls that her young Hollywood counterparts are experiencing. "The most important thing is really staying true to yourself," she tells the mag. "That’s what my mom taught me. She’s the most beautiful girl, not only on the outside but on the inside. She’s teaching me how to be a good person."
Celeb Zits: What do Lindsay Lohan, Kelly Clarkson, Jessica Simpson and Jennifer Love Hewitt all have in common? Zits! Well, former zits. All these starlets have appeared in campaigns for Proactiv. Now, the blemish destroying company is looking for a new clean face, and asking its consumers whom they would like to see. Who made the coveted zit list? Rihanna, Lucy Liu, Janet Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Ellen Pompeo, and Sheryl Crow, according to PageSix.
Eva's Ink: Eva Longoria Parker was spotted sporting some team support for her husband in the form of a cryptic tattoo across the back of her neck. Her rep tells People, it means "nine," which is her husband's jersey number. No word yet on how the ladies of Wisteria Lane will feel about a tattoo in the neighborhood!
Adam Sandler Defends Tom: Funny man Adam Sandler isn't laughing about the flack Tom Cruise has been getting for the recent internal Scientology videos that have been leaked online. "To see anyone's private life invaded and mocked like this is sickening," Adam tells People. "It's especially gross when it happens to a guy like Cruise, who's a great dad, a great husband, and a great friend."
Jerry O'Connell Does His Best Tom: Someone who might not have heard Adam's plea to leave Tom alone is actor Jerry O'Connell, who is spoofing the Tom Scientology videos on the Will Ferrell-run comedy Web site, FunnyOrDie.com. Jerry's impression of Tom is worth two more minutes of slacking off at work!
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