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People who avidly read the tabloids and trash mags for hours on end either don’t have an interesting and varied social circle or else they haven’t realised exactly *how* interesting and varied the people in their lives really are - personal observations bring me to the conclusion it’s often the latter.

    TAGS:  people, celebrities, interesting, tabloids

I thought Danny Bonaduce’s new show entitled “I Know My Kid’s a Star”, in which a panel of children and their stage parents debase themselves for our entertainment, was as bad as it could get until I heard about “Celebracadabra” in which burnt out celebrities compete while learning about magic as they attempt to make their careers reappear.

    TAGS:  burnt out, TV, celebrities, pop culture, rock bottom

The Big O :: OhNo789

When I learned that one of my best friends is going to be on Oprah this Wednesday, my mind instantly jumped to: “my god, I’m going to be famous one day.”

    TAGS:  celebrities, Oprah

Fantasy :: Br. Ezra

Sometimes I wish I was Brad Pitt

    TAGS:  celebrities, Brad Pitt


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