Hey, happy Monday everyone. I hope everyone had a glorious weekend. Unfortunately, it’s time to get back to work at the office and get back to reality. On that note, what better way to come back to Earth than to here some stories about celebrities?
Here’s your Daily Drama:
Sarah Palin sat down with Oprah Winfrey to talk about her upcoming book, Going Rogue, which hits stores tomorrow. The former beauty queen turned governor…turned vice-presidential candidate…turned obnoxious, omnipresecent television personality, talks openly about her life in the book. She’s the front runner for the Republican ticket in 2012, and why wouldn’t she be…she’s abandoned her duties serving in public office and has no proven track record indicating the ability to lead a country of 300 million people. She still can’t help but be overcome by modesty when it comes to dealing with running for President.
“I am dealing with so many issues that are important … and what I am finding, clearer and clearer every day, what I am seeing is that you don’t need a title to make a difference.”
You just need a best-selling book. That’s usually a quick fix.
Among hercandid stories was the devastating tale her families wardrobe being changed by senior members of the McCain campaign.
“I thought this was like one of those relationships you have, when you’re young, and somebody says, ‘I just love you the way that you are; now let me change you.”
Palin doesn’t have to worry about that anymore. She’s now calling the shots on her career, so she can wear her Kay Jewelry and no one can do anything about it. That’s what I call going rogue.
Just when Robert Pattinson had enough on his plate, weaving his way through waves of fourteen year old girls, it looks like there’s now fresh blood.
“As grown women we know that we never forget our first love, the first time our heart was really broken…so many women can kind of identify with the experiences and emotions and underlying message of how difficult it is to make choices in life.”
That or they’ve just got the hots for twenty year old, guys. Boy, that’s a new trend…
So many of the Twilight fan sites have been inexplicably overrun by teenagers, that “Twilight Moms” are creating their own communities where they can gab about their favorite charcters. Some of the latest excerpts:
“Who told me sexuality would die? It hasn’t! Here it is still burning away, maybe not for the guy I’ve been with for 30 years, but it’s still there.”
Honey, I’m home…what’s that on the computer screen?
The problem that has no name? It looks like Twilight is becoming the solution to Betty Friedan’s query.
And for today’s final bulletin…
Your going to have to wait a little bit longer ladies, Chris Brown released a statement that he isn’t ready to date yet—so just take it easy, alright.
“I’ve been kinda chillin’,” he tells MTV News. “I mean, I’m Chris Brown. I’m not saying it like that, but it’s just, like, girls are gonna be around. I love women. But I would say I’ve just been chillin’. I haven’t really been trying to get into a relationship or trying to date anybody. I’ve just kinda been working on me. Like I said, just really getting me straight.”
Sounds to me like he’s still in love…
He’s Chris Brown, which means that he’s always going to be labeled as the guy that assaulted a women, so he’s “gonna have girls around.” Why rush into anything at this juncture? Especially when every girl think he’s a creep and doesn’t want to be with him? I’d say he’s doing the smart thing. Work on yourself, Chris, don’t let all these girls who don’t want you, distract you from finding Nirvana.