Updated Nov 13, 2012 - 8:42 am
Click Chick: Victoria's Secret issues apology over headdress
Last week I told you about that controversial Native America-style headdress a Victoria's Secret model wore for the company's annual fashion show. It's prompted an apology from the company. Model Karlie Kloss strutted down the runway in a long headdress and skimpy bikini. That drew complaints and was criticized as a "display of ignorance toward tribal culture and history." Click here to read more.
More Drunken Debauchery on the Big Screen: From the people that brought us "The Hangover" series comes "21 And Over." It's about two guys who want to take their friend out for his first legal drink on his 21st birthday. And that would be the night before he's supposed to go to his medical school interview. Well, we know how that's going to go...
What's Bound for the Big Screen: "Macgyver" is going to the big screen (Funny how "MacGruber" made it there first.). I don't think Richard Dean Anderson will be the lead in this one, ladies. More details in Entertainment Weekly.
Music To Enjoy Second Breakfast By: Empire Online has the entire soundtrack from "The Hobbit" posted online.
The Sister of the Future Queen: So how well is Pippa Middleton's book doing? Not so well. People loved her rear end, but that didn't translate into book sales. Her party planning book Celebrate only sold 2,000 copies in its first week, according to Newser. Just so you know, she was paid a $635K advance on the book. It ranks 303 on the US list of best sellers. And what's some of her wisdom in the book? Newser includes this tidbit: "Because of their size, turkeys are perfect for feeding larger gatherings."
Twilight's Like What???: Stevie Nicks is comparing the Twilight series to "Jane Eyre" and "Wuthering Heights." She was in LA for the "Breaking Dawn Part 2" series, reports Digital Spy. She called the novels by Stephanie Meyers "kind of timeless."
You, the Documentarian: Filmmaker Ridley Scott and his collaborators are making a documentary about The Boss and they need your help. The Hollywood Reporter says they want ot use user-generated content to make "Springsteen & I." That means, if you've got raw footage of personal insights an reflections of how The Boss has changed affected your life, they want to hear from you.
Dropping Her Drawers, Again: Just for charity, while on stage for her MDNA tour, Madonna showed her bare bottom. Why? For charity of course. She encouraged people to throw money on the stage as part of her fundraising efforts for Hurricane Sandy, says E!Online.
Gayle Bass, The Click Chick