Filming finished last month, the final collections had their moment in the Bryant Park spotlight, and still the sixth season of “Project Runway” remains in limbo. It’s a tough time for fans itching for a reality TV fashion fix, but host Heidi Klum has a plan.
Since the show’s producers, the Weinstein Company, sparked a legal battle by attempting to relocate “Runway” from its home on the Bravo network to a new slot on Lifetime’s lineup, Klum suggests viewers take their frustrations all the way to the top.
“I think that people should be demonstrating outside of (company co-chairman) Harvey Weinstein’s house,” Klum said in a quote posted to Star Pulse. “If it were up to me, (‘Project Runway’) would be on by now.”
As for Weinstein, while he hasn’t issued an invitation to protesters, he’s on board with the idea of fans voicing their displeasure.
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“I think the fans should just say, ‘Hey, we want to see this on the air, and you guys better get in a room and settle this,’” Weinstein told Ryan Seacrest during a KIIS-FM interview last month.
Miley Cyrus won’t play house with her boyfriend
“Hannah Montana” star Miley Cyrus has no intention of moving in with her 20-year-old beau, model Justin Gaston.
In an interview with WKQI’s “Mojo in the Morning,” the Disney darling quashed recent rumors to the contrary.Slideshow: Celebrity Sightings
“I love him to death, and he is so sweet, but no!” Cyrus insisted. “Because I get annoyed really easily by, like, stupidity. Not that (Justin’s) not smart — he is, he’s so smart — but everything has to, like, go where it’s supposed to go and if it doesn’t, I get, like, really frustrated.”
As if being a 16-year-old isn’t reason enough.
Celeb Internet intervention
When the gossip gets tough, Sienna Miller and pal Keira Knightley get Googling.
According to Miller, she and her “Edge of Love” co-star work together to break the bad self-searching habit.
“I think we keep ourselves afloat, if things happen in the press that are hard to deal with or you give in to that awful temptation to occasionally Google yourself and be mortified at what people can write about you,” Miller told Parade. “It’s hard to ignore it. Keira will phone me up. She’s like, ‘I’m thinking about doing it.’ I’m like, ‘I am, too, but don’t do it.’ And we’ll kind of talk each other out of it.”
Dish on the fly
While Madonna’s budding relationship with much-younger Brazilian model Jesus Luz still makes headlines, it’s no cause for concern for ex-husband Guy Ritchie. “Nothing she does is surprising anymore,” the queen of pop’s former father-in-law, John Ritchie, explained to In Touch Weekly. “Jesus seems to be keeping Madonna happy. But is it embarrassing for Guy? Well, as long as he doesn’t have to have anything to do with her, all is fine.” … Acting roles are few and far between for Lauren Bacall, and the veteran star knows why. “I’m trying to be busy,” the 84-year-old told the Houston Chronicle. “It’s not so easy. Everyone thinks I’m dead.” Even those in the biz that know better aren’t exactly lining up to help the living legend regain her film fame, a fact Bacall chalks up to ageism. “It’s horrible,” said. “It’s infuriating. You’re put in a category because of a number next to your name.”
Tabloid Tidbits is compiled by Ree Hines.
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