There are always two sides to every story.
"just decided, 'I'm done.'"
Kris continues to claim she was somewhat in the dark about Caitlyn's desire to change.
According to the America’s Next Top Model contestant's mom, Renee was recently cut off financially because the money was fueling her out of control drug habit.
Her sister adds the night she was arrested, the Cycle 8 finalist was homeless and in "survival mode", but hopes to get Renee back on track with the help of well-known professionals. She explains:
Lisa D'Amato just keeps on winning!
The winner of America's Next Top Model: All-Stars traded the runway for the aisle on Sunday to marry her fiancé, entrepreneur Adam Friedman.
Guests including ANTM contestants Laura Kirkpatrick, Alexandria Everett and Bre Scullark along with Dr. Drew and Celebrity Rehab co-star Heidi Fleiss gathered at the Hollywood Castle in the Hollywood Hills, to watch Lisa recite her vows in a San Patrick a-line gown.
Mrs. Friedman said of her big day
She sure is stuck on the past.
Former supermodel Paulina Porizkova, is taking to her column in the Huffington Post to complain about the troubles of being famous and how she can't get a job.
My career has an umbilical cord straight to my self-esteem. Too bad I have very little control over being desired or desirable. After I was the first to get kicked off Dancing with the Stars in 2007, and my book failed to sell all that much, and I couldn't get on The View no matter how much I begged, and I got fired from America's Next Top Model, I spent the rest of the year feeling a bit sorry for myself while knitting and shouting comments at morning TV shows.
To her credit Paulina says she isn't expecting any sympathy from her
7 readers, and she's definitely not getting any from us!
The now ex-ANTM judge goes on about slipping through the celebrity ranks, saying:
No one but aliens can stay on top forever. (I'm talking about you, Tom Cruise. And you, Madonna.) For the rest of the humans, the B-list is waiting! And that's the good news, because there is also a C-list and a D-list.
On the A-list you're a God and can do no wrong. Every observation you make is a treasure for posterity; every dandruff you flake is auctioned off on eBay. On the B-list your glow may have faded, but you're still invited to hot parties and designers still lend you their clothes. You still get interviewed on the red carpet and paparazzi are a pest. The C-list will get you into restaurants where a maître d' is roughly your age and hence remembers your moments of glory.
By the time you find yourself on the D-list, you've become invisible except when you really want to be, i.e. when you're stinking drunk and puking onto your shoes, or while beating up your spouse, or just scored some good sh*t to help you forget — from an undercover cop. The only place to go to now is a VH1 reality show, and if they won't have you, there is always Dr. Drew's rehab.
She does make some valid points.
So what does Paulina do now?
She ends her column with this little gem: "What are fallen celebrities to do if they're too vain to get fat and too paranoid to get strung out on drugs? Knit and yell at morning TV for starters. And blog for free."
At least she's honest!
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What a great cause!
Celebrities have come together for Foster Care Awareness Month to donate their shoes for the Hillsides Foster Soles auction.
Some celebs that have donated and autographed their kicks include Ellen DeGeneres, Elton John, Faith Hill, Ryan Seacrest and the cast from Dancing With The Stars. Yes, that includes Kate Gosselin, but no one's bid on those yet.
Dr. Drew, who is the honorary chair for the event explains, how he got involved, saying:
"I have been practicing medicine in the Pasadena area for over 20 years and one of my patients introduced me to the institution. She knew that I had a special concern in for the pandemic of childhood abuse and the lack of quality mental health services for victimized children."
Proceeds from the auction benefit Hillsides, a foster care children’s charity that serves children and families in crisis living in Los Angeles.
The auction ends May 20th, so get bidding now!
CLICK HERE to check out the shoes!