ROLL CALL: Natalie Portman Loves Stoner Movies, But Not Getting Stoned
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans!
Just On The Big Screen!: When it comes to stoner moments, Natalie Portman prefers that they be on the big screen. “I love stoner comedies. I smoked weed in college, but I haven’t smoked in years,” the “Your Highness” (in theaters today!) star told Entrainment Weekly. “I’m too old. I wish I was that cool, but I’m like an old lady now. I’m in bed by 10 PM. I can’t do that anymore.” In addition to her latest medieval stoner laugher with James Franco, the actress is reportedly developing a pot-loving road trip movie, called “Best Buds.”
Perez Dazzles!: Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton stepped out last night at Logo’s “NewNowNext Awards” 2011 never looking better! (See his wacky look HERE!) In fact, we didn’t even recognize him… we did however wonder who had rummaged through Lady Gaga’s laundry hamper.
Gaga’s Egg Vessel To Live On!: Speaking of Lady Gaga, the singer’s infamous egg vessel will live to see another day in the spotlight! According to Gaga’s creative director Laurieann Gibson, it might be it in action soon! “The vessel’s actually stored, and I’m sure it’ll come out again,” Laurieann told E! Online “I think it’s such a beautiful piece that I would like to bring it out again for a moment. I think we’re getting ready to do a lot of television in May, right before the album drops, so I think we’ll use [it] in somewhere in there.”
The Claws Come Out In The Big Apple!: Following the premiere of the new season of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of New York City” last night, stars Jill Zarin and Ramona Singer appeared on “Watch What Happens Live” and showed off their newly sharpened claws to host Andy Cohen – and then to each other! Insults, accusations, digs – and Jill looking like an early ‘90s “Express Yourself” era Madonna impersonator. Could “WWHL” actually be better than “The Real Housewives” franchise?! Check out all the reality show drama, HERE!
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