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Posts Tagged ‘Elizabeth Snead’

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Andrew Blankstein Is Our Batman: Is Andrew Blankstein on the outrageous vandalism beat? First he tackles the case of the cruel criminals who capped the knees of the Bronze Miner in Carthay Circle. Now, he’s on to Buket, the graffiti artist who is way too old to be tagging buses in broad daylight. If someone starts knocking over mailboxes in your neighborhood, give Blankstein a call.

39304149.jpgMiley Cyrus’ Tongue Is Worth More Than Your Car: Pap agencies are prepared to pay upward of $150,000 for a shot of Miley Cyrus‘ “first kiss,” which we’re assuming means first public kiss. Disturbing piece, but we have one question for Rachel Abramowitz: Why all this talk of Miley’s wholesomeness without ever mentioning the green bra debacle?

mzzadonna.jpgFrench Dip: Elizabeth Snead serves up some foreign dish today with a look at the Nice-Matin, the hometown paper of Cannes, France, which gave out some snarky awards to America’s best imports (e.g. Mike Tyson got the “Absurd Award” for simply being Mike Tyson). Ah, the French.

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actressli_john_52027572_600.jpgDoes Elizabeth Snead Miss Her Old Job: Former E! Fashion Policewoman Elizabeth Snead is back to familiar tricks with this critique of Lindsay Lohan‘s Red Carpet (give it a minute).

youtubeim.jpgYouTube, ITube, We All Tube For YouTube: “A $1-billion copyright infringement lawsuit challenging YouTube‘s ability to keep copyrighted material off its popular video-sharing Internet website threatens how hundreds of millions of people exchange all kinds of information, YouTube owner Google Inc. said.” In other words, Marx is laughing in his grave. And we don’t mean Groucho.

39269997-26143654.jpgOur Favorite Episode Was the One About the Slumber Party: Robert Lloyd misses Square Pegs as much as we do. Think Carrie Bradshaw could relate to Patty Greene?

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38384458.jpgDennis Rodman Arrested On Domestic Abuse Charges: Dennis Rodman was arrested yesterday on charges of domestic abuse. Police say he hit a woman, but in his defense, the bitch was trying to steal his eye shadow.

38384459-01101210.jpgThe People vs. Paula Abdul: Elizabeth Snead reports that American Idol-ators aren’t feeling Paula these days. But execs promise to keep her around. Both of her.

35797649-18195121.jpgKenneth Turan Sucks The Fun Out Of Everything: We have tickets to see Iron Man at the Arclight tonight. Got a babysitter and everything. Thanks for throwing a big, wet critic’s blanket on our excitement.

LAT In 90 Seconds — Afternoon Edition

38307082-29115923.jpgWhy Yes. I Am Experienced: Vivid is releasing a Jimi Hendrix sex tape. If he made sweet love the way he played that guitar, we might actually want to see it.

38305638-29110702.jpgMel Gibson Set to Star In First Role In Five Years: He plays police investigator. Though no word yet whether the role is of a Jewish police investigator stopping a drunken anti-Semite who thinks he owns Malibu.

38308776-29130256.jpgOMG When Did Everyone Turn 12? Has everyone lost their minds over Gossip Girl? We thought the show was for tweens, but nearly every reporter, editor, blogger, writer on the planet has been sucked into Serena’s every move. Et tu, Elizabeth Snead?

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35917238-21164136.jpgOur Favorite Line of the Day: Courtesy of Elizabeth Snead, who reported on the Hep A scare at Ashton Kutcher’s birthday party (or was it his bar mitzvah?). She writes: “All together now, ‘Happy hepatitis to you, happy hepatitis to you!’”

35871267.jpgHandicapping The Oscars: Sheigh Crabtree puts together a lovely picture book to show how in this year of upsets (the Giants steal the Super Bowl! Herbie Hancock sweeps the Grammys! A beagle won Westminister!), anything could happen on Sunday. No, that won’t help you with your office pool, but there are a bunch of pics of George Clooney in there, so we’re not complaining.

35919740-21182335.jpgHollywood Hands Gilbert Cates An Oscar: The LAT heaps loving praise on Gilbert Cates, the producer of the Oscars, who is working, like, super hard right now.

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34721855.jpgOur Favorite Line About the Globes: Well, one of our favorite lines, comes from Ratatouille director Brad Bird who compared the recognition to dreaming “you go to Disneyland, but it doesn’t actually look like Disneyland. It was nice to win the award, but it was like I was out of the country.”

34720067-13164907.jpgBjork Attacks The One Pap Who Wants Her Picture: What’s curious about this story is that it’s so clear there was only one photographer trying to get Bjork’s picture. What was she worried about? Nobody wants a photo of Bjork … well, at least they didn’t until she started attacking paparazzi.

hb_isdfasdfmage.jpgBest Golden Globes Headline: And the award goes to Elizabeth Snead for the headline: “Mary Hart wore Valentino? PLEASE settle the WGA strike!”

LAT In 90 Seconds — Golden Globes Edition

34239600-13065723.jpgGolden Globe Nominees: This year’s field is larger than usual, with categories that normally filled up with five now fetching seven nominees. We’d compute exactly how much longer that will make the award show drag on, but we’re not that good at math.

34236244-13050757.jpgPrint This Out For Your Office Pool: We always appreciate the LAT handy-dandy scorecard to help enable our gambling habit.

sayswho.jpgSays Who? We have no idea what this Elizabeth Snead story is — unless it’s not a story at all, but an accidental publishing of her internal story pitch (a story in which she sets out to find out who will be dressing Hollywood’s top actresses for this awards season). A sampling: “What about Juno star Ellen Page? Will a new designer snag this newcomer? They’re all gonna try.” Why didn’t you try and find out? Oh, and your headline should say “whom.”

LAT In 90 Seconds – Afternoon Edition

Hey, kids. We’re a bit slow today (we blame the Tryptophan), but we’re still here to give you the hottest news that someone else reported. Heretofore:

quietobit.jpegCum On Feel The Void: The lead singer of Quiet Riot, Kevin DuBrow, was found dead in Las Vegas today from unknown causes. The LAT has yet to post its own story, and the Reuters’s piece quotes a bandmate’s blog.

33958592.jpgOld News: How many stories like this one are we going to have to endure about old people having sex before it becomes clear to reporters that we’ve heard this all before?

manonmenu.jpgSpecial Of The Day: Envy? So, is it just us or does Elizabeth Snead sound a tad jealous that Britney Spears is dating a waiter? Had your eye on this fella, Liz?

Tyra Gets Down, Talks Va-jay-jay

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We don’t call this the Idiot Box for nothing. Tyra Banks dedicates her whole show on Monday to the vagina. From the press release:

Tyra begins the hour giving her audience a test to see if they can name all the parts of the vagina to unbelievable results – only 11% of her audience filled out the anatomical chart correctly.

Another segment features a field trip:

Having avoided the doctor for 28 years, Tyra takes a Plano, Texas woman, who happens to be a registered nurse, to her very first gynecological appointment.

We’re pretty sure the Texan, not Tyra, has avoided the steel stirrups but you get the idea.

Tyra makes it personal, too:

Tyra also shares with the audience the moment her mother gave her a hand mirror and told her to look at herself “down there.”

Unfortunately, Shonda Rhimes, the popularizer of vajayjay, isn’t a special speculum-toting guest.

We’re hoping Elizabeth Snead, who’s on The Dish Rag down there at the LA Times, will cover the show.

See You Next Tuesday Monday!

Sundown on Sunset — The Oscars Edition

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It’s a cross between the Westminster Dog Show and your high school prom, but for whatever reason, we all go ga-ga over the Oscars.

Here’s a roundup of this week’s Oscars coverage:

The Envelope put out an Oscars preview issue that included too much Elizabeth Snead… which is to say any at all.

Deadline Hollywood Daily reports that “Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, and George Lucas together will be presenting the Best Director award this too-long telecast.”

People magazine gives us the ghosts of Ugly Oscar Dresses past.

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