Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Dust Off That Wedding Wig!: “The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s” Kim Zolciak is headed down the aisle with her baby daddy, Atlanta Falcons defensive end, Kroy Biermann. The 33-year-old wig-loving reality star/aspiring pop star Tweeted the news. “I am happy announce that YES @biermann71 and I are engaged! I’m on a cloud and so blessed!!” Kim wrote on Tuesday. “I have never been happier @biermann71 has made me smile from day 1!” Kim and Kroy, 26, welcomed their first welcomed their first child together, Kroy Jagger, in May. Kim has two daughters, Brielle and Ariana, from a previous marriage. Congrats to Kim and Kroy!
More Wig Action!: Kim’s not the only star who knows how to work a hair piece. Check out Kate Hudson on the set of her new movie, “The Reluctant Fundamentalist,” in New York on Tuesday sporting a brunette wig. Are we feeling the new mom’s dark locks?
Rashida Wants To Get Naked!: Rashida Jones might want to consider wearing a wig if she plans on ever living out one of her dreams. “Streaking through a large crowd has always been a secret fantasy of mine,” the “Parks and Recreation” star told Playboy’s November issue. “Disneyland would be fun. Or maybe just showing up at the Apple Store naked and picking up an iPod shuffle and pretending like nothing was wrong or different.” We’re pretty sure Donald Duck is the only one allowed to not wear pants in the Magic Kingdom.
Ryan Gosling Film Slapped With Lawsuit: In some non-wig news, critics might have loved Ryan Gosling’s “Drive,” but a woman in Michigan claims the movie’s trailer was misleading and that the movie’s story contained “extreme gratuitous defamatory racism” towards members of the Jewish faith, Entertainment Weekly reported. The woman is asking to have her ticket refunded and wants a notice to run before the movie alerting audiences about the content they’re about to watch. Guess she won’t be seeing the sequel.
- By Jesse Spero
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