Beyonce and Jay-Z: Word on the street is that the music moguls are moving just outside Philly. Apparently, they’re looking at a multimillion-dollar manse situated on 210 secluded acres in Schuylkill County. Apparently it’s just a rumor, but let’s be honest, I hope it’s real. I am nothing if not a celebrity stalker. And while I leave Bradley Cooper, M Night Shyamalan, Wanda Sykes, and Tina Fey alone while they’re in town, I probably wouldn’t leave Beyonce alone. I’d probably go to her house and stand outside the gate doing the Single Ladies dance and rapping Big Pimpin’. There’s your warning Beyonce. Hope to see you soon. I’ll be the white girl you kick off your lawn.
David Boreanaz: Did you ever watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Angel? Do you watch Bones? Do you love David Boreanaz? I do. He’s smoking hot and a great actor. And, you know what that means? He’s a cheater. Yup, rumors have long plagued this guy, calling him out for cheating on his equally smoking hot wife (with whom he has 2 kids, including a baby). He admitted that these rumors are true. Of course, he’s sorry and trying to salvage his marriage. Blah blah blah. We’ve heard it all before from every other philandering man in Hollywood which, at this rate, is all of them. You’ve lost me as a fan, David. And I know your father, former longtime Philadelphia weatherman Dave Roberts (ABC6) is probably shaking his head with disbelief. You’re a disappointment, mostly because you’re just like the rest of them. Sigh.
Britney Spears: It’s a good week when there’s something to share about Ms. Spears. I won’t mention what the National Enquirer is reporting about her because there are happier things to talk about. For example, the fact that Britney recorded a demo of Telephone long before Lady Gaga did. I love that. Why? Because Gaga thinks she’s the shit and now her song is just a Britney cast off – the queen of pop’s leftovers. Furthermore, Rolling Stone published an article claiming that Britney’s version of the song is not only better, but also declaring Britney’s Blackout album as the most influential pop album in the past five years. Coming from Rolling Stone, that’s a major statement – and definitely one I can get on board with. So, move over Gaga. Your crazy hairdos, outlandish outfits, and general weirdness have got nothing on Britney.
It’s been a good week for gossip. Don’t you agree?
– Sarah #2