Gossip news, Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy split, Brett Favre GDILF, Edie sues Desperate Housewives creator, Murray/Michael Jackson

7 04 2010

Actors Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy broke up after being a couple for almost 5 years. Too bad they seemed like a great match. Maybe Jim loved kissing Ewan McGregor so much he will be switching teams, haha.

Brett Favre, the constantly retiring and come-backing quarterback became a grandpa yesterday. His 21-year-old daughter Brittany got a son named Parker Brett. I agree with Perez Hilton, he certainly is a GrandDILF.

Nicolette Sheridan, from Desperate Housewives is suing the series creator, openly gay Marc Cherry for 20 million. He apparently slapped her in the face and unfairly fired her from the hit show. She is suing for assault and battery, gender violence and wrongful termination. I am team Nicolette.

This week the court case against Conrad Murray started, the doctor who some believe killed Michael Jackson. Murray won the first battle and can keep his doctor’s license in California. His defense says Michael gave himself the extra lethal shot of Propofol. I dunno if that is true but I do believe Michael Jackson himself is to blame for his own death.





Gay news, Ricky Martin comes out, ex- general Sheehan apologizes to Dutch, 50% of U.S ok with gay president

30 03 2010

What a surprise, Ricky Martin officially came out of the closet yesterday!! He said he did not come out earlier because people close to him warned him everything he built up would be ruined and people would not accept. Now he is not afraid anymore while writing his memoirs and wants to come clear. He says he is a proud and fortunate gay man and is very blessed to be who he is. Good for him!

Ex-general John Sheehan has apologized to former dutch chief of staff Van den Breemen for his lies about gays causing the fall of Srebrenica and that Van den Breemen agreed with him back then. He know says his memories of 15 years ago were not accurate and Van den Breemen was satisfied with the apology.

In a poll by Vanity fair and 60 minutes 50% of americans would support a gay president and 44% oppose it. Supreme Court justice is 55-40 and Secretary of State about the same. A gay quarterback in the Super Bowl is supported by 62%. It is getting better in the U.S but these numbers should all be much higher of course.