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by Thanos Kalamidas
2008-07-17 08:08:13
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France's first lady Carla Bruni says she will "understand" if the public scorn her album because of who she is.

Feel mercy!!!


Carla Bruni said to the media about the bad critics her new CD received: “Of course it hurts me, but I also find it quite natural. It's understandable that people can't help mixing up my work as an artist and my function. Maybe they feel offended by the fact the head of state's wife should make a record."

Not a world for her questionable …talent!


Singer Amy Winehouse could suffer a "slow and painful death" from lung disease emphysema, her father has said.

Her case was never sex and drugs and rock & roll, just drugs and drugs and drugs!


US acting union the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) have put forward a fresh proposal over pay after rejecting the latest offer made by Hollywood studios.

Another Hollywood strike …damn they are going to start repeating …"Friends" with all these strikes!


A man has been bailed by police after being detained over the theft of the "most important book in the English language" that was stolen 10 years ago.

To be or not to be?


Patrick Poivre d'Arvor, one of the most popular French TV news presenters, has broadcast his last bulletin.



Featuring 22 Abba songs including The Winner Takes It All and Dancing Queen, Mamma Mia! The stage musical takes a staggering £4 million a week in ticket sales around the world. Yet some may not have realized the musical actually had a storyline and was not about the Swedish pop group.

And I thought it was about hysterical women screaming …mamma mia!!!


Now in its ninth year, it tells the tale of Sophie, a young bride-to-be who invites three men, one of whom she believes to be her father, to her wedding in Greece.

So Mamma Mia! is all about mousakka and not pizza!!!


Faces keyboard player Ian McLagan has confirmed the surviving members of the band, including Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood, have been considering a reunion.

Are The Zombies the next to resurrect?


Managers at an IMAX cinema in London have said they were "seriously considering" screening the new Batman film "24 hours a day" to meet demand.

Definitely the dark knight!


"I don't know if I will be able to write an album between now and 2012," Carl Bruni said, referring to the end-date of Sarkozy's mandate. "If I manage to, I would be lucky."

Please save art from this torture and …never do it again!


"It is 2008. Women often keep their jobs when they marry, even when they marry someone with such an important job as my husband," Carla Bruni said.

And her job was?


Madonna's brother Christopher Ciccone has revealed in his memoirs that the star is "passionately committed" to her marriage with director Guy Ritchie.

Somehow you can always say when brothers lie!


Ciccone has included gossip about Madonna's sex life in the book and stories about various stars, including Sean Penn, Bruce Willis and Gwyneth Paltrow.

Sex always makes money!!!

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Emanuel Paparella2008-07-17 11:04:09
This is what Bush told Sarkozy on meeting France's first lady for the first time:

“It was a great pleasure to have been able to meet your wife. She’s a really smart, capable woman, and I can see why you married her. And I can see why she married you, too.”

Indeed, how can we not see... In politics one never lets talent, or lack thereof, stand in the way of flattery and self-deception. Machiavelli would approve.

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