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Bradley Cooper Wants In On The Great Gatsby

Bradley Cooper Wants Great Gatsby Role

The makes-people-weak-at-the-knees seksi Bradley Cooper really wants to be a part of Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby, because to him the meatiest role hasn't been cast yet, and he's just the man to bring it to life.

He wants the role of "Tom Buchanan, the cocky blueblood husband of Gatsby's (DiCaprio) love interest, Daisy (Mulligan)."

Why does he want it?

"To me, he's the best character in the book. He's so complicated. He's xenophobic, he's an alcoholic, but he also understands some profound stuff about class. Whoever plays it has to take a gentle hand, because it could so easily be stock, where he’s a rich jerk you don't identify with at all."

We think he'd be a good fit. Bradley Cooper's range hasn't yet been tapped for an emotional role like this, and it'd be wonderful to see him get a shot at it.

With Luhrmann's direction, he could be fab!

Bradley, we hope they let you audition! Oh, and you can stop by and run lines with us anytime!

What do U think about it if Cooper landed the role??

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Rumors Of Mexican President's Alcoholism Gets Anchorwoman Fired

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Not good!

And, quite frankly, a bunch of bullshizz!

It looks like Mexican anchorwoman Carmen Aristegui was fired from her job for talking about rumors of the Mexican President's alleged alcoholism.

The firing took place after Aristgui made these simple remarks:

"Does the president or does he not have an alcohol problem? The presidency should give a clear and formal answer with respect to this."

As he is a leader of a nation, absolutely does the nation have the right to know if an alcoholic is making decisions for their country! It's appalling to see someone silenced for this, and just working to prove or dispel what the people are privileged to know!

This is what the station had to say about her firing:

"The reporter Carmen Aristegui gave validity to an assumption, transgressing our code of ethics, and in [her] refusing to offer a public apology, as requested by the company, we have decided to terminate our contractual relationship [with her]."

Doesn't make much sense to us. Taking an assumption of something so important with the intent of finding out whether or not it's true seems like the right thing to do!

Stay strong, bb! We hope everything works out for U!!

What do U think of all this??

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Ginuwine's Hawking Chocolate Milk

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But this ain't your grandma's Ovaltine we're talking about here.

No, sources are reporting that Ginuwine is the new face of Adult Chocolate Milk, the first product out of the Adult Beverage Co. This new company is out to bring, as their slogan reads, "Youth at 40 Proof," by developing a line of alcoholic beverages based off of childhood sweet treats.

The Adult Chocolate Milk, which is basically milk doused with 40 proof vodka, is just the tip of the iceberg for the company. They have plans to add all kinds of flavors to their line-up, including Adult Orange Cream, Adult Fruit Punch and Adult Limeade.

But first, they've got to get their Adult Chocolate Milk to take off and who better to help them do that than Ginuwine. This is him in his, um, uniform by the way. He's already done a shoot for the product and what you see here will soon be gracing billboards all along the Vegas Strip!

Lol! Sorry, we can't help, but laugh! The product sounds pretty tasty, for sure, but no matter how much alcohol you put in it, it's still not bad ass to drink chocolate milk…and Ginuwine certainly doesn't look bad ass in that getup!

But maybe he's okay with that, in which case, have fun with it, bb!

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Aidan From Sex & The City Is Coming To Parenthood

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YUMMY! We love him!

Sex & The City's John Corbett will be appearing in a multi-episode arc of the NBC series Parenthood!

Starting in 2011, the actor will be playing Lauren Graham's ex-husband, who is a recovering alcoholic. He'll be replacing actor Darin Hearmes, who originated the role.

Inneresting! We wonder why they switched it up!

We don't mind though! We say the more Aidan, the better.

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Vince Neil Defends MELtdown Gibson!

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Yeah, we're sure he's an effing treat once you get a few drinks in him!

Motley Crue's Vince Neil recently opened up about his relationship with horrible fucktard Mel Gibson, and revealed that he had never seen the side of him that the world was exposed to when his explosive phonecalls to Oksana Grigorieva were leaked!

He explains:

"Yeah, Mel's a great guy. He's a friend and I've never seen that part of him. When we used to hang out we would drink and smoke cigars."

A friend, a misogynist, a racist, a violent alocholic, a despicable Anti-Semite…all of those descriptions just go hand in hand, don't they?!

BARF. This guy needs to get an effing clue!

But we can't say we're surprised - this is the man who used to rub egg burritos on his junk so his girlfriend wouldn't know that he cheated!

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An Open Letter To Lindsay Lohan…This Time From Pat O'Brien

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We feel like we basically took care of the "Open Letter" thing with our video Life Coaching With Perez: An Open Letter To Lindsay Lohan, but for those of you out there who'd like to see more, here's an open letter from entertainment anchor/radio host Pat O'Brien:

Dear Lindsay:

Do us all a favor and take a snapshot of your life on this Friday, Sept. 3, 2010. By all accounts, you are reasonably healthy right now.

You are out of jail.

You've completed another rehab. Right now, people are buying tickets to your movie, "Machete," with a formidable Hollywood cast. And you grace the cover of the new Vanity Fair magazine, looking ever the movie star with all the accompanying door prizes and presents: beauty, happiness, confidence, youth and that "have it all" look that the woman you are channeling, Grace Kelly, possessed. This is all good.

But hopefully, you'll also take a look at the negative of that photo you just snapped … and ponder what life has been and what life can be. Indeed, it was Grace Kelly who said of Hollywood: "It's a town without pity. I know of no other place in the world where so many people suffer from nervous breakdowns, where there are so many alcoholics, neurotics and so much unhappiness."

From where we all sit, this is also a big part of your snapshot … and despite all the crazy and mostly embellished media coverage of your life's journey, there remain a great number of people who are worried about you. I am one of them. I am also one of those alcoholics that Grace Kelly spoke of.

I've been through it, Lindsay. For me, there has been no jail, no courtroom antics, no ankle bracelet and, thankfully, I don't have the paparazzi snapping my every move. But I, too, have the same demons you have, and it's no fun. But there is good news and bad news about these demons. The bad news is that they never go away: We're wired differently. The good news is that with a certain amount of willingness, structure and personal inventory, those demons can be arrested. And the ones who survive, like myself so far, are the ones who accept that these are the cards that were handed us and we don't have to always gamble our lives away.

The important thing to remember is that this is your life and nobody else's. And there's no blame; it's not the media's fault or the paparazzo's fault or even your father's fault. He's got enough problems of his own. It has nothing to do with growing up too fast or being too young or even the jungle Grace Kelly hated called Hollywood. It's a seemingly simple, yet incredibly complicated disorder that millions of Americans share. It's a brain disease that brings terrible and embarrassing consequences. There's no cure, but with the right focus it can be tamed. [It's] not my place to tell you how to do this because, by now, you know where to seek help.

The great late talk-show host Tom Snyder once asked me on his show, "What killed Elvis?" My answer was, "Not what, but who?" I went on to explain that nobody ever said no to the King of Rock and Roll and eventually that killed him. Nobody said much to Marilyn Monroe, either. The brilliant and talented Dennis Hopper had his demons and conquered them and died with years of sobriety, yet the 10th, 11th and 12th words in his obituary were "drugs and alcohol."

It really isn't any of our business, but we are all spectators in what has become a sad three-ring circus. We buy Vanity Fair. We buy movie tickets. We give up precious moments of our busy lives to watch some of those television shows looking for a rating by ambushing you. (Yeah, "The Insider" really wanted to do a story on your closet!) So we are invested in the Lindsay Lohan business, and I have to be honest that most of us are rooting for you.

On this Friday, your press is great. Your castmates are loving and holding out their hands in a snapshot you should frame. Take a deep breath and look at yourself right now and think how it would be if every day was like this: full of smiles and promises. I hope you've learned that this is possible. Many have discovered a new journey, and it's a much more satisfying road with a better destination. You have to realize that the consequences of denial start to get much more serious than Perez Hilton making fun of you. Sadly, it's well-documented that the consequence waiting for you could be death. To me, it seems an easy choice.

In the meantime, good luck with the movie, hand out the new Vanity Fair to your real friends and take life one day at a time.

Hopefully, I'll see you soon. I suggest the nearest Starbucks.

Your friend,

Pat O'Brien

What do U think of Pat O'Brien's advice to Lindsay?

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JetBlue Diva's Ex-Wife Continues To Support Him, Despite Authorities' Belief That He Was Drinking On The Job!

She's standing by her man! Ha!

Check out (above) this very enlightening interview with JetBlue diva Steven Slater's ex-wife Cynthia Susanne, who is shoots down many passengers' claims that the flight attendant instigated the meltdown!

Unfortunately, it seems, the authorities don't seem to buy it, and even suggest that the former alcoholic was drinking BEFORE the incident!

An official claims:

"He got on with issues. When they were boarding he was very obnoxious."

Hmmm - this is a difficult one to call! Cynthia, however, seems very well-spoken and truly believes that it must have been an obnoxious passenger, so we're going to side with she and Steven on this one!

What do U think?? Who do U believe??

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