Friday, February 26, 2010

Now we know!

We can all rest easy now that Carly Simon has finally revealed who was so vain. It's David Geffen.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Seth Green Engaged!

Sorry ladies, he's off the market!! from digitalspy:

Seth Green has reportedly got engaged to girlfriend Clare Grant.

According to People, the actor did not pop the question on New Year's Eve despite speculation to the contrary.

The pair apparently attended the Tarina Tarantino Sephora launch party in Hollywood on Wednesday and were seen cuddling at the valet stand, but remained silent on their impending nuptials.


Bow down bitches!! Enjoy Armada Latina:

Death, Death, Death...

Brittany Murphy and Casey Johnson coroner reports, from TMZ:

According to the report, "Multiple medications were present in the blood, with elevated levels of hydrocodone, acetaminophen, and chlorpheniramine. L-methamphetamine was also present."

The report goes on, "It should be noted that the pattern of use of these medications suggest treatment of symptoms of a cold or other respiratory infection. Acetaminophen and hydrocodone are components of Vicodin. Chlorpheniramine is the active ingredient in some over-the-counter medications. L-methamphetamine is a component of some inhalers."

We broke the story that the Coroner believed Brittany had pneumonia and tried self-medicating with prescriptions and over-the-counter drugs ... and it ultimately proved fatal.

The report states, "The possible adverse physiological effects of elevated levels of these medications cannot be discounted, especially in her weakened state. Therefore the manner of death is Accident."

UPDATE: There were 24 empty prescription bottles found at the scene for the following medications: prevacid, clonazepam, propranolol, vicoprofen, zolpidem, carbamazepine, klonopin, Ativan, hydorocodone (Vicodin) and multiple vitamins.

Also, three benzodiazapines found in her bloodstream did not match up with prescription bottles found in Brittany's name.

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Casey Johnson's autopsy report was just released by the L.A. County Coroner's Office.

In the report, it says there was no evidence of injury on Casey's body. Multiple medications were found at the scene, including Motrin, insulin and clonazepam -- an anti convulsant.

In the report, it says she has a history of "possible excess use of Nyquil." No illegal drugs were found in her system.

In the report, it shows the Coroner spoke with the Johnson's family attorney, Robert Shapiro, after her death.

Shapiro told the Coroner that Casey -- who had been cut off by her family -- was taking steps to reunite with the family, including visits to a psychiatrist. In the week before Casey's death, the psychiatrist had determined Casey was not suicidal.

As we previously reported, Casey died from "diabetic ketoacidosis" -- which is a state of severe insulin deficiency. We're told Casey's death was preventable -- but she was diabetic and simply didn't take care of herself.

Casey's body was found on January 4 ... but we're told her body was undiscovered for several days.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Comic Book/Anime/Superhero Fans everywhere may cry

San Diego may lose Comic Con! From DigitalSpy:

Comic-Con is in danger of leaving its San Diego birthplace for a larger home, spurring local tourism leaders to do all they can to keep the four-day show in town.

Sign On San Diego reports that the prospect of losing a bonanza worth tens of millions of dollars in local spend each year has persuaded hoteliers to double the number of rooms they commit to Comic-Con and provide free meeting space. After 2012, the event, held each July at the San Diego Convention Center, will be free to leave town.

If Comic-Con departs, so would its 126,000 attendees. A task force, made up of local officials is leading an aggressive campaign to remind Comic-Con organizers just how well-loved they are. Whether such overtures are enough to stave off a competing bid from Anaheim is unclear, says the report. Anaheim's convention center offers roughly a half-million more square feet than San Diego's, which was last expanded in 2001

San Diego's proposal was crafted after meetings with Comic-Con organizers to assess what issues they wanted addressed. According to the report, the biggest issue is a shortage of exhibit space and hotel rooms with discounted rates exclusive to attendees in San Diego.

In response, San Diego's three waterfront hotels have committed to providing roughly 300,000 square feet of their meeting space free of charge in 2013 through 2015. In addition, the Convention Center Corp. is proposing to increase the number of dedicated convention hotel rooms from 7,000 to 14,000.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Blind Item!!

If you can guess the answer, I'm pretty sure you'll go "ew" cuz I sure did.

BuzzFoto – This famous celebrity husband (mostly known for comedy) with a non-famous wife has convinced his spouse that every couple in Hollywood has thr*esomes. His wife was incredibly reluctant and refused for years, but he’s threatened divorced and told her that bringing in another partner into their marriage just comes with the territory when you marry someone famous. Our source says the wife seems really insecure about the marriage and worried that she is going to lose the star, has finally decided to hire a pr*stitute for his upcoming birthday. Not Steve Carell.