It was skinny gals and cat claws across the pond when Kate Moss and Sienna Miller came to blows after a recent London wedding, reports the UK Sun. Miffed that Miss Miller seems to be stealing both her style and her friends (specifically Welsh hottie Rhys Ifans), Kate chose a mutual friend’s happy occasion to make her feelings known.
“Kate had a go at Sienna and accused her of stealing her style,” one onlooker told the Sun. “She was ranting on about how Sienna was now trying to steal her lifestyle and her friends too. It was really cutting and everyone was listening to them. According to the witness, “A few drinks had been sunk by the time Kate said it and Sienna had plucked up some Dutch courage too. She gave Kate as good as she got.”
Interestingly, Sadie Frost, ex-wife of Sienna’s ex-boyfriend Jude Law, jumped in the middle, demanding that the battling beauties grow some decorum. “Sadie stood between them and reminded them that it was a wedding and that they should show some respect,” another guest told the Sun. “Sienna was in the mood for carrying on the scrap but Rhys persuaded her to call it a night.” Meee-OW!
Sarah Michelle Gellar really CAREs
“Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s” Sarah Michelle Gellar is often quick to tell interviewers that starring in the groundbreaking TV program was super hard work. This month in Allure, Sarah shared an especially hard time on the show that inspired her current charity work with CARE, a humanitarian organization fighting global poverty.
“It was right after 9/11 on the ‘Buffy’ set,” the California-transplanted New Yorker told the magazine. “I was in L.A. and couldn't be in New York and had friends who worked in the World Trade Center. It was a very difficult time.”
Just like her character, Sarah sprung into action. “I was asking, ‘What can we do?’ And I decided that whatever the crew could raise, a couple of the actors and producers would match it. I'd go up to the extras and say, “Look, you're working on the show today. You're getting your coffee for free, so give me the $3 you spend at Starbucks every day.”
In one month, Sarah and her co-workers raised $60,000, which was used to help buy Christmas presents for families who lost loved ones in the tragedy. “It was amazing to see on that little scale what difference we can make.”
‘My Humps’: More than just ‘provocative’
“We skate to one song and one song only,” Will Ferrell’s character Chazz Michael Michaels announces in the blockbuster comedy, “Blades of Glory.” When his erstwhile partner questions the insidious pop song’s meaning, Chazz defiantly responds, “Nobody knows what it means, but it's provocative!”
Well, turns out somebody does know what it means — the song’s writer, Black Eyed Pea will.i.am. In a recent interview with Radar, the hip-hop artist brought voice to what we’ve all been thinking: “When I wrote ‘My Humps,’ I said, ‘This is the stupidest thing ever,’ but in a good way.”
“I always wondered what it must be like to be a girl, always gettin’ pulled on,” the songwriter said, expounding on the tune’s many levels. “Maybe she's the smartest genius on the planet, but she’s rackin' double Ds with a 26-inch waist and a big ol’ a-- and no one's ever gonna see her like that because that’s the way the world is today.” So hey girls, flaunt ‘em if you got ‘em!
Dish on the fly …
Tommy Lee and Kid Rock won’t fight again, not for $1 million. That’s the amount a boxing promoter offered the feuding rockers to take their recent VMA throw-down to the ring, reports the New York Post’s Page Six. Apparently, both parties turned down the offer, which is now up to $5 million. ... Doesn’t anybody listen to Courtney Love? The UK Daily Mail reports a recent visit to Owen Wilson by Steve Coogan, the Brit comedian Courtney blamed for Owen’s “downward spiral into drugs and depression.” According to the Daily Mail, Steve stayed at Owen’s Los Angeles home for about an hour, and later said of the embattled actor, “He's doing fine.” ... Don’t count on Sean “Diddy” Combs to tell you the number of people in his party. New York Post’s Page Six reports that during a recent outing to New York City’s GoldBar, the rap impresario answered the doorwoman’s question by calling her a “(bleep)ing bitch” after which he “opened the velvet rope and let himself through.” Now that’s class!
Tabloid Tidbits is compiled by Ree Hines and Helen A.S. Popkin.