Tiger Woods can use all the help he can get when it comes to improving his post-Mistressgate public image, but he may want to give his latest defender a “Thanks, but no thanks!”
Although fallen R&B star Chris Brown has barely put his own backlash behind him since his 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna, he spoke out to support the golfer in an interview with the Mojo in the Morning radio show.
“I think people always deserve a second chance,” Brown insisted. “Whatever (Tiger’s) personal life is — and I think this goes for me and him — his personal life is his personal life. Nobody has the right to place judgment or make any judgment on somebody else’s personal life when they’re not directly involved with them.”
So, in the interest of judgment-free futures, an eager Brown wished Woods the best.
“My hat is off to him — I support him,” the singer said. “I hope he gets back on the field and does his thing, ’cause he is the best at it.”
Denise Richards warned TV exec about Sheen
Charlie Sheen followed in wife Brooke Mueller’s footsteps by checking into a rehab facility Tuesday, but his ex-wife Denise Richards may have had even more to do with the star’s decision.
According to gossip Web site TMZ, Richards, who has two daughters with Sheen, contacted a television executive Monday in hopes someone could convince her ex to get help.
Slideshow: Celebrity Sightings The actor allegedly failed to show up on the “Two and a Half Men” set Monday or Tuesday, and soon proved Richards’ warning had merit.
TMZ reported Sheen arranged to enter a rehab facility Tuesday night.
Adam Lambert slams Susan Boyle’s album
When Adam Lambert’s debut album went head-to-head with Susan Boyle’s in the charts, the “American Idol” alum lost the battle.
It’s a defeat Lambert’s still smarting over, if his interview with Gay Times is any indication.
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“If only it weren't for Susan Boyle!” the singer joked before getting serious about the “Britain’s Got Talent” star’s release in an excerpt posted to Contact Music. “I'm happy for her success, but that album is terrible. ‘Wild Horses’ is the one that made me laugh the hardest. I just died when I heard it, I was crying with laughter. It was the most horrendous, sacrilegious treatment of that song!”
What is it about Boyle’s rendition of the classic Rolling Stones ballad that bothers Lambert so much? He didn’t elaborate in the interview, and now it seems he may be prepared to distance himself from the comments completely.
Shortly after Lambert’s Boyle bashing surfaced, he tweeted, “Oh joy! MisQuoted again... Becoming quite funny actually,” without revealing just which quote he meant.
Dish on the fly
Given the tough economic times, comedian Joan Rivers takes exception with Victoria Beckham’s high-dollar, high-fashion lifestyle. “Victoria Beckham should get a life,” Rivers told Closer magazine. “I am not a fan of outrageous consumption. I think it is vulgar. And no one should flaunt that they have a hundred Hermes $12,000 bags. Not when people are starving. Everyone should be allowed to have a great time, but she shows a distinct lack of class.” …There’s no denying the cast members on “Jersey Shore” have a style of their own, but “Project Runway’s” fashion guru, Tim Gunn, finds the signature look appalling. “Ugh! Oh! Don’t even get me started,” Gunn exclaimed during an interview with Wonderwall. “It is not a style to emulate.” Upon learning that “Shore” resident Jenni “J-Woww” Farley has launched her own clothing line, the author of “A Guide to Quality, Taste and Style” let out a disappointed, “Preposterous! Preposterous! Sorry.” … Kourtney Kardashian’s romantic routine with bad-boy baby daddy Scott Disick is all for the cameras, according to one eyewitness who spotted the pair participating in hot and cold behavior at a recent event. “Kourtney was sitting with her girlfriends, but Scott barely paid any attention to her,” the onlooker told In Touch Weekly. “He partied with his guy friends and let the hot cocktail waitress light his cigarette.” That is until photographers made their presence known. “Suddenly, Scott and Kourtney were all lovey-dovey,” the source revealed.
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