Criss Angel News Archive
Sin City's biggest douche,
disillusionist Criss Angel, and former Girl Next Door Holly Madison are back together.
The pair reconnected when Madison moved from El Lay to Vegas recently to star in the topless revue Peep Show at Planet Hollywood.
“Holly still had feelings for Criss, so around mid-June she gave him a call,” says a source. “She was thrilled when he asked to meet for drinks. They’ve seen each other a few times since!”
This is unfortunate for Holly!!!
She can do better! SOOOOooooo much better!
Update: Holly herself just Tweeted us to say, "Criss and i r not back together . . lol!"
[Image via Mavrix Online.]
Thursday night, Madame Tussauds at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas premiered its first of a kind was figure.
Of a douchebag!
The museum set on display a wax figure of "magician" Criss Angel.
It's hard to tell which one looks worse.
But we're guessing his wax figure probably smells like shit too!
[Image via Chris Connor/WENN.]
According to reports, Criss Angel allegedly stole the cat of Sin City comedian Jeff Beacher.
The Mindfreak star reportedly taunted Beacher by leaving him a voicemail messages stating, "I took your cat. He lives with me now. The cat no longer likes you. The cat and I have become close friends."
The feline, Hamlet, belonged to Beacher's parents who have both passed. He is threating to sue for Hamlet's safe return.
Criss Angel's rep has not returned phone calls.
But, if he could speak freely, we're sure the rep would say, "Criss Angel is the world's #1 douchebag!"
[Image via Mavrix Online.]
The very classy Cirque du Soleil has just issued us an apology for Criss Angel's "inappropriate and disrespectful remarks at Friday night's performance of Believe."
Click here to read about exactly what happened!
Their statement on Angel's douchebagery adds: "Cirque du Soleil does not condone disrespectful behavior towards any audience member at any time. Cirque management will address such behavior privately with any of its artists to ensure it will not happen again."
You didn't think the reporter Holly Madison trashed on her blog yesterday would keep quiet, did you???
Alicia Jacobs, the Las Vegas TV personality on the other side of Madison's back-handed insults regarding an interview Jacobs conducted with the famous blondie has stepped up to plate!
On her own blog, Alicia writes:
"It’s not my style to engage in this kind of repartee. I do not believe in tearing down anyone in order to further my career. I treat everyone with complete respect & that was not shown to me from Holly, as is evident in her very unkind words.
Obviously, Holly & I are very different people, who have chosen very different paths in life. She has made a "career" out of dissing other women to get to the top. My body of work speaks for itself.
It is my job to report on entertainment & inform my viewers. I do so with my on-air segments, via my blog, & on Twitter. Holly Madison was honestly not a very good interview, I was stating a fact. It was not a personal attack.
Perhaps it was just a very emotional day for her, or perhaps it was her inexperience, (her publicist later explained that she is not quite as media-savvy as most of his other clients). My comments were meant to inform & promote the upcoming Hugh Hefner story—mission definitely accomplished.
Once again, I wish Holly luck with her future & her career."
Keep the claws to yourselves, ladies!
[Image via WENN.]
We all know former Girls Next Door star Holly Madison loves getting attention from - fans and the media alike.
And, as she does often, she took to her official blog to write about a particular incident that took place this weekend.
Seems like there was a bit of drama going down between Holly and a local reporter in Las Vegas, Alicia Jacobs, also a former girlfriend of Criss Angel.
Vegas Pool Party . . . and a shady character . . lol!
I just threw a pool party for Hef and his new girls on Saturday for Season 6 of Girls Next Door . . . it was totally fun and everybody had a blast. Bridget and Kendra were there as well.
There was a ton of press there. I love the local Vegas press that I have had a chance to work with in the past . . . like the people in Vegas in general they are totally fun and don't take themselves too seriously. Well, most of them, anyway.
Amidst all the madness was an older but attractive female television reporter wearing a casual but totally cute green, brown and white dress. I complemented her on her outfit and told her it was the perfect choice for a pool party. It was windy and chilly, but, hey, I was trying to sport the next-to-nothing bikini and denim skirt, so I had to give her props for the perfect summer dress.
I was warned that she was the only interviewer who wanted to ask me a question about one of my ex-boyfriends (no-not Hef) but it wasn't a concern of mine, because this ex is someone I am friends with and have nothing but good feelings and admiration for and i only have good things to say about him. I thought our interview went well. I anticipated the interview to be a light piece of no particular consequence . . . after all, the interviewer had what appeared to be a personal assistant carrying her pocket dog around . . . . sounds like a Girls Next Door fan, right? ;)
Next thing I know, I receive a call from a columnist who heard I slammed the aforementioned reporter's dress. I was completely surprised, because I remember the instance and told the columnist that I had sincerely meant to complement her dress.
The columnist then tells me that the reporter I supposedly insulted used to date my ex-boyfriend, which made me laugh, because said ex-boyfriend has dated some of the most beautiful, famous women in the world (no, I am NOT including myself in that catagory . . . I am talking about other people . . . lol) so it would have NEVER occurred to me that the reporter was in said company (how I made it in, I am still trying to figure out, jk).
So after I have nothing but nice things to say about the ex-boyfriend, she takes to Twitter, calling me a "bad interview" (totally subject to opinion, but I wouldn't think so . . . I answered every question she gave me without hesitation) with "strange pink hair extensions" (I guess the last one is fair. Older people might think pink hair extensions are weird.)
She also proceeds to say I was not so sweet to her . . . . come on, why would anyone, who has been on a tv show and doing press for the last 4 years invite press to a party they are throwing to not be nice to them? We are all trying to work together, here. Frankly, I think it's a case of someone desperate for ratings trying to start a bunch of gossip to get her name in the papers.
What do U think of the incident and who's being the most immature of the two?
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