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 . . ."
Looks like we can add "makeup" to the list of things Katherine Heigl sucks at. She was spotted with lipstick all over her teeth late last week at the ASPCA Ball in New York. Which is weird because that means she was smiling. What in the hell? What kind of alternate universe is this? Oh wait, I know. She must have seen someone yelling at a puppy.
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Katherine Heigl on the Late Show with David Letterman (7/20)
Last week on Letterman, Katherine Heigl hopped aboard the ol' wambulance and revealed that Grey's Anatomy producers *forced* her to work 17 hours during the cast's first day back on set ("Our first day back was Wednesday and it was -- I'm going to keep saying this because I hope it embarrasses them -- a 17-hour day which I think is cruel and mean."). Since her job consists of reading lines off a sheet of paper for millions of dollars a year and not sewing tiny buttons onto shirts for 11 cents an hour, no one gave a fuck about her whining. Fast forward to today where it was revealed that oh, hey, Katherine is a dumb bitch. From TV writer Ken Levine's blog:
Poor Katherine Heigl. What she neglected to add was this: This “cruel” shooting schedule was only to accommodate HER and her needs. The producers graciously shuffled things around so she could go off and do promotion for her new film. Also, with union rules, the producers had to pay a ton of overtime and penalties to make this happen. The thanks they get is Katherine Heigl going on national television hoping to embarrass them.
I'm sorry but I am firmly on Katherine's side on this one. A 17-hour workday leaves her only 7 hours to steal candy from little children. How is she supposed to eat?
Gerard Butler and Katherine Heigl at the premiere of The Ugly Truth in LA (7/16)
Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler were evacuated from the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills on Saturday after a bomb threat was called in. In other bomb news, Heigl's latest movie The Ugly Truth debuts this Friday at theaters nationwide. From E!:
"It was just a bomb threat," Los Angeles Police Officer Herrera told E! News. "It was a phone call. The bomb squad did not need to be called out. They closed a couple of streets. The hotel took it upon themselves to evacuate their guests."
I hate Katherine Heigl as much as the next guy but isn't a bomb threat a little overboard? The worst thing I could see myself doing to her is maybe putting a little crushed glass in her food, but nothing extreme like a bomb threat. She needs to hire an extra bodyguard. You can't be too careful about all the freaks out there.