When “High School Musical” star Ashley Tisdale’s doll was unveiled last month at the TIA Toy Fair in New York City — complete with outfits based on the 22-year-old’s music video and red-carpet looks — there was one problem. The doll hardly looks like the new Ashley; it resembles the “High School Musical” star before her nose job last November, according to some who’ve seen then doll.
“The width of the doll’s nose and the nostrils look like her nose pre-surgery,” cosmetic surgeon Dr. Patrick Abergel, who doesn’t treat the star, told In Touch Weekly.
Hopefully, Ashley’s fans won’t mind: “Ashley feels great about her new nose now that it’s finally healed,” an insider told the mag.
Quaid twins full recoveredDennis Quaid and his wife Kimberly’s four-month old twins, Boone and Zoe, are doing great now, having fully recovered from an accidental overdose of heparin at Cedars-Sinai hospital last November.
The whole family spent some time in New York City recently, and mom and dad got a chance to have a date night at hotspot Socialista on Feb. 21 (yes, the same Socialista that had the hepatitis scare that coincided with Ashton Kutcher’s 30th birthday party).
Quaid crossed paths with a Life & Style reporter and he told the reporter that Boone and Zoe are quite well. The twins are doing great,” Quaid said. “We just lie around in bed with them and make funny faces and funny sounds and see how they react. They’re starting to giggle, too.”
Mariah Carey has won Scoop overHow is it possible, you wonder, that Mariah Carey, the difficult-to-interview, always high-maintenance songstress has finally won Scoop over? Easy: She cast Jack McBrayer, the lovable-yet-cloying page from “30 Rock” in her new video, “Touch My Body.” Either Carey is much more pop-culture savvy than we’re giving her credit for, or Carey has some good advisors at the moment. Either way, the video’s worth a look.
Will Ryan Seacrest, Tyra Banks face off for Emmy?
Good news reality fans: Your favorite reality-show hosts might be eligible for an Emmy award come next awards season. In March, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will reportedly offer the genre its own category.
Oscars, take note: The old awards model isn't working. It’s time to mix things up.