ROLL CALL: Morrissey Slams Royal Wedding

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

The Moz Not Feeling The Royals: One Brit who is not feeling Royal Wedding fever is singer Morrissey. The singer – who has been a longtime outspoken critic of the Monarchy – sounded off when asked by the BBC if he’ll be watching Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding tomorrow. “Why would I watch the wedding?” Morrissey told the BBC. “I do seriously believe that they are benefit scroungers, nothing else.” For more on his thoughts about the Royal Wedding, CLICK HERE!

Levi’s Next Move?: Playgirl model and onetime Mayoral canidate Levi Johnston is now setting his sights on Oprah Winfrey! America’s favorite baby daddy is hoping to get himself on the the talk show before it goes off the air. “Oprah’s had Bristol Palin and Sarah Palin, Levi wants to be on her show,” Levi’s manager told Radar Online. “Levi has a lot to say about everything in his life and he wants to go on Oprah so the country can learn the truth about him. He gets a bad rap but he’s really a good guy.” With only 20 shows before the “Oprah Winfrey Show” goes off the air for good, we’re hoping Levi is not holding his breath about being booked.

KC’s Bling!: Reality vixen and bride-to-be Kristin Cavallari appears to have done quite well when it comes to wedding bling. The newly engaged blonde beauty showed off the engagement ring given to her by fiance and Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. Check out her rock, HERE!

Cher Slams Trump!: Joey Lawrence is one of the many stars who have recently pledged their support for Trump when it comes to possibly running for President, as for Cher…not so much! “Donald Trump is Pompous A**hole ! Saw him in Aspen with one Dcup chick after another Everyone up there thought he was a complete idiot,” Cher Tweeted on Wednesday. “Donald Trump (mr chapter11) is Only a Mean Spirited BAD ACTOR who couldn’t find his a** with both hands & a map!”

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