Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Jessica, Tony & Carrie’s Dropped Calls: Carrie Underwood told Allure in the September issue that her ex, Tony Romo (who is dating Jessica Simpson), still calls, saying, “The phone will ring and it’ll be him, and I’ll maybe not answer.” Not true according to Tony’s current lady, Jessica, who insists Carrie is not on Tony’s called ID. “I looked at his call log,” she said during a radio interview Wednesday in Nashville, Us Weekly reports. “Tony and I both laughed at that,” Simpson said of Carrie’s comments to Allure. “We got a chuckle out of it.” Sounds like those three need to have a good conference call.
The One Role Daniel Radcliffe Won’t Do: He’ll play a wizard in seven films (eight, if you count both parts of the last installment of “Harry Potter”) and he’s strutted around a London stage naked blinding horses, but Daniel Radcliffe says there is one role he never wants to play, “God,” the actor told OK! Magazine. Morgan Freeman can rest easy knowing Daniel’s not going after his “Bruce Almighty/Evan Almighty” gig.
The Cyrus Musical Legacy Continues: First there was Billy Ray, and of course we all know about Miley, and the musical Cyrus family continues to grow! Meet Trace Cyrus and his band, Metro Station. “I watch what Miley and my dad have gone through – they’ve been really level-headed through it all and made really smart decisions,” Trace told People. “I learn from them and I think my sister learns from me in many ways as well.” See what he’s really learned from them with a look at his new electronic-rock song, “Shake It,” HERE!
Madonna’s Tour By The Numbers: Madonna released some of the staggering details of her upcoming “Sticky & Sweet” World Tour on her Web site. Number to note: 3500 individual wardrobe elements, 180 Q-Tips used for entire tour (3 per night), 69 Guitars, 16 Caterers, 1 Set of Swarovski crystal ear phones for the DJ, and only one Madge! Check out all the details of her tour HERE!
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