Karman and I are back from the Dinah in Palm Springs, and I’m ready to get on top of this brew. Thanks so much to Heather Hogan for taking the reins while we were out “working” in the desert. (It’s a rough job, you guys.) We’ll have a post with pictures, videos and other insights from our trip later today.
In short, Tracy says their relationship changes every day. “It depends how much wine is in the solo cup.” As of the interview day, they aren’t speaking, but they did have “a connection for four months.” There’s a lot of “connection” talk between the two of them in every story. Let’s just put it all out there: Connect = had sexual relations.
Is it possible to be a fan of Kim Kardashian? If so, and you happen to follow her on Twitter, you might have gotten excited when she Tweeted this the other day.
It was Nicole Richie playing games with your heart, I’m sorry to say. But Kim did leave it up, so read into that what you will.
Check out the very lesbian-friendly trailer for the new film 220.127.116.11.. It reminds me of D.E.B.S. for an older crowd — not that lesbians of all ages didn’t enjoy D.E.B.S., just that this is a little more age appropriate. Read: Rated R.
I don’t like the sound of this Angelo person, but that’s just me. Let’s not lose hope, as it is a soap opera after all. Angelo can turn out to be Angela, who was afraid to express her love for Charlie because they were long-lost pen pals or third removed step-cousins related by marriage vs. blood.
The rest of the interview is about Sacha’s boyfriend’s reaction and how she was surprised by how soft her partner Brooke Vincent‘s lips were. I feel like I’ve read this story a million times already, just a merry-go-round of straight actresses in their place.
See you tomorrow, kids.