Katherine Heigl out and about in Beverly Hills (5/23)
Note to self: Decline all lunch invites from Katherine Heigl. From The Globe:
Meanwhile, former Grey's Anatomy star Katherine Heigl caused a big stink at The Village Bakery & Cafe in Atwater Village, Calif., when she decided to change her baby daughter Adalaide's diaper on an empty table! Mom-of-two Katherine was waiting to place her order when she suddenly plunked the infant down and carried out the dirty deed. According to my source, "A staffer suggested Katherine change the baby elsewhere but she pretended not to hear." (Print Edition - 6/15)
Wow, that's some pretty entitled, obnoxious behavior from a broad whose movies get released directly to Netflix. Only Oscar winners are allowed to get away with shit like that with their prop babies. And the last time I checked, the closest Katherine's ever gotten to an Oscar is the one she bought for Easter that was made of chocolate. Besides, no one wants to go to lunch and get an eyeful of naked baby ass. Well, at least no one not named R. Kelly.
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Katherine Heigl was attacked by a dog Friday as she was on her way to yoga class in West Hollywood. While trying to pet the dog, it clamped down on her wrist for a few seconds until she was able to fight it off. According to Katherine, it was the second scariest moment of her life, only trailing that particularly tough scene on the third season of Grey's Anatomy when she had to express a feeling of joy.
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Katherine Heigl really wants us to believe that she wrestled with the decision on whether to end her career to raise her adopted daughter Naleigh. Oh please, she didn't even come out of her vagina . . . wow, that sounded really bad. Heigl wrote in her new iVillage.com blog:
"I knew, of course, as I prepared to welcome my daughter into my life that it would be a bit of a juggling act but I had no doubt that I could do it. After all, it's 2012 and women have been told that we can have it all if we want it. I went into it full throttle, ready to buckle down and make it all work seamlessly as I always imagined I could. The thing is I couldn't.
"No matter how great my intentions, how lofty my goals, how passionate my commitment, I was failing. I was failing my work, I was failing my daughter, I was failing my husband. I was stressed out and exhausted... I couldn't help but wonder what I had gotten myself into and if the choice I made to be a working mother was the most selfish decision of my life."
Oh, so we're supposed to believe that Katherine's career is just about over because the nobility of motherhood outweighs her need to be famous? Kat, I'm sure your prop baby knows the difference between you and Consuelo the nanny. The reason for this silly statement are as follows:
Zyzzyx Rd (2006) 27 Dresses (2008) The Ugly Truth (2009) Killers (2010) Life as We Know It (2010) New Year's Eve (2011)
Katherine is one more colossal flop from starring in one of those cheesy SyFy disaster flicks. Giant Crocodile vs. Massive Bitch has a nice ring to it.
Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel at the premiere of Life as We Know It at Ziegfeld Theatre in New York (9/30)
Are Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel sleeping with each other? Probably not, but it'd be just plain irresponsible of me not to publicize the rumors and destroy their reputations. From the National Enquirer:
“Knocked Up” star Katherine Heigl’s intense off-screen relationship with “Transformers” hunk Josh Duhamel has plunged both their marriages into crisis, sources tell The Enquirer. The two played lovers in the romantic comedy “Life As We Know It"...
Despite their spouses’ concerns, 32-year-old Katherine and Duhamel, 38, refuse to tone down their relationship, said the source. “Josh and Katherine make late night to one another and e-mail throughout the day,” the insider adds. “They excuse it as work a lot of the time, but now that promotion for the movie is pretty much done, there’s really no reason for them to be in touch so often.”
Sources say that Katherine’s husband Josh, 30, is complaining to pals, and Fergie, 35, is suspicious of her cheating husband, who-as The Enquirer exclusively revealed- engaged in a marathon sex session with stripper Nicole Forrester while filming “Life As We Know It” in Atlanta in October 2009. “It’s a mess for both couples,” said the insider.
What's wrong with Hollywood publicists these days? These sort of contrived controversies designed to stir up media attention are supposed to come out closer to a film's release date -- not two months after. Besides, a romantic comedy starring Katherine Heigl doesn't need extra press -- it needs TO BE DESTROYED WITH FIRE.
*25 Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel pictures total in the gallery:
Katherine Heigl arriving to Heathrow airport from L.A. (6/7)
If you watch Grey's Anatomy, there's no way you weren't blown away by Katherine Heigl's riveting performance in the 6 out of 24 episodes she appeared in this season (I didn't make that up). So it makes complete sense that she would submit herself for an Emmy for Best Supporting Actress. I'm kidding of course. From E!:
After the two-hour Grey's Anatomy finale a few weeks ago, we said Emmys should be given to everyone in the cast for that episode. But funny, so far we've only heard of Katherine Heigl submitting her name in the Emmy race for Best Supporting Actress.
You're probably wondering what she submitted her name for, considering she rarely appeared in Grey's this season. And when we ran into Eric Dane over the weekend he was asking the same thing:
Reporters asked Eric what he thought of Katherine putting her name in for Best Supporting Actress. His response: "For what?"
"Um, for Grey's Anatomy," we gently reminded him on the carpet at the 9th Annual Chrysalis Ball, where he was there with his equally good lookin' wife Rebecca Gayheart.
"Oh," Dane said catching himself. "It's great! Fantastic! I love it! Why?"
If Katherine was going to submit her name for an award she didn't deserve, why didn't she shoot for something a little more prestigious than an Emmy -- like a Nobel Prize, ESPY, or Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award? That aside, Katherine should know by now that trying to take credit for something you didn't actually do never works -- unless of course you invented the internet like Al Gore or took Megan Fox's virginity like yours truly.
On April 20 of this year, the Deepwater Horizon oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico blew up, killing 11 workers and injuring 17 others. Since then, despite repeated attempts by BP to plug the well, millions of gallons of oil have spilled into the gulf -- some estimates put the rate at 100,000 barrels a day (compare that to the Exxon Valdez disaster in Alaska in 1989, which only released 257,000 barrels total). So what the fuck? Why haven't we haven't stopped this thing yet? I'll tell you why: because no one asked the star of such films as Romy and Michele: In the Beginning and 27 Dresses. Take it away Katherine Heigl:
Is Katherine's defense, she is a fucking idiot, so I don't know why the hell this reporter is asking her about the oil spill. What, you thought she was going to come up with a rational and thought-out response other than "someone needs to get in there and do what we can right away to stop it"? You might as well ask her the best way to split an atom. "Well I am partial to nuclear fission . . ."