The woman who brought the world the book “Sex” has become a prudish mom. Madonna has banned her 10-year-old from dating until she’s 18.
“No boys for [Lourdes] until she turns 18,” the “Papa Don’t Preach” crooner says, according to WENN. “She’s a good girl, though. She doesn’t have it easy. Late-night TV, junk food and mess are not tolerated in my house.”
Madonna once confessed that she’s the disciplinarian in the family, forbidding her children from watching TV at all, which she called “trash.” She told a Brit magazine that Lourdes sometimes leaves her clothes around the room, so the Material Girl gets rid of them.
“My daughter has a problem picking things up in her room,” she said. “So if you leave your clothes on the floor, they’re gone when you come home.”
Free at last?Mothers, lock up your sons. Paris Hilton’s self-imposed year of sexual abstinence ends soon.
“Me and Paris and the girls are trying to stay single for one year. In March that’ll be up,” Hilton’s new BFF, Kim Kardashian said. “I’m a relationship kind of girl, but I think everyone needs a year in their life to be single.”
Looks like Hilton has been rehearsing for the end of the drought. She recently celebrated her 26th birthday with at least two ex-boyfriends.
Notes from all overIs Pamela Anderson considering rekindling her romance with Tommy Lee? The former “Baywatch” Babe — who recently ended a brief marriage to Kid Rock — seems to be reminiscing about her first husband. “I’m in Cancun at a photo shoot! 11 yrs ago I was married this week, right here,” Anderson recently mused. “One of the Happiest times of my life. Love is Forever!” Lee and the apparently math-challenged Anderson got married in Cancun in February 1995. The two split three years later, after he allegedly assaulted her ... Chloe Sevigny told reporters that the real life story behind her new movie, “Zodiac,” was so upsetting she stopped researching it ... Michael Jackson’s former rabbi is concerned about celebs’ obsession with fame. “Michael’s manager used to say my mistake was wanting to make Michael normal to save his life, but he is famous because he’s not normal,” Shmuley Boteach said while in Australia. “These people are so obsessed with being famous they don’t know what normal is and it’s sad. They need to be helped.”
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