Celebrity Sleaze for Thursday 2/14/13

by Gino on February 14, 2013

in Celebrity Sleaze

PATRICK SCHWARZENEGGER HIT ON KRISTEN STEWART: Patrick Schwarzenegger was reportedly seen hitting on Kristen Stewart at Taylor Lautner’s 21st birthday party on February 9th. Though they both left the party separately, sources say he paid more attention to her than anything else going on at the celebration.

JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT APPEARED ON ‘SESAME STREET’: Looper actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt guest starred on an episode of Sesame Street to teach children the definition of the word “reinforce.” Joseph appeared in the scene with Murray the monster and performed a bit where he attempted to reinforce a watch his grandmother gave him before Murray could hit it with a mallet. Take a look: http://youtu.be/jgtYHB0mLw8

WILLIAM SHATNER CALLS J.J. ABRAMS A PIG: During an interview to promote his new film Escape From Planet Earth, William Shatner shared his feelings on J.J. Abrams taking the reins on the new Star Wars film. Shatner joked, “He’s being a pig. He’s collecting the two franchises and holding them close to his vest. He’s probably the most talented director of that ilk that we have, but he’s gone too far this time.”

ELISHA CUTHBERT NAMED TV’S MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN: Maxim magazine has named Happy Endings star Elisha Cuthbert the most beautiful woman on TV. Cuthbert called the honor “very flattering” while naming Kaley Cuoco, Sofia Vergara, Zooey Deschanel, and her Happy Endings costars as being equally worthy.

TOM BROKAW HAS A GRANDSON: Tom Brokaw already has six granddaughters and now his family has added a grandson into the mix. His daughter Sarah gave birth to a baby boy named Archer Thomas Merritt Brokaw on Monday (February 11th.)

KIDS’ CHOICE AWARDS NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED: The nominations for Nickelodeon’s 26th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards have been announced. Josh Duhamel will serve as host when the show airs on March 23rd. Here are the nominees: http://bit.ly/V9Qvzm

NEIL PATRICK HARRIS IS LOOKING FOR A NEW AGENT: Neil Patrick Harris has left Paradigm agency where he has been a client for seven years. With How I Met Your Mother coming to an end next year, Neil is reportedly looking to start fresh with new representation.

‘THE PRICE IS RIGHT’ PLANNING SPECIAL FOR KIDS: CBS has announced plans for a kids-themed episode of The Price Is Right featuring children ages 8-14 playing alongside a parent. The episode will air in mid-April.

EVA MENDES INKS DEAL FOR CLOTHING LINE: Eva Mendes has signed a deal with New York & Co. to launch a subbrand of clothing and accessories. Greg Scott, CEO of New York & Co., said in a statement, “When we asked our customers to name the celebrity they aspired to be, Eva’s name came up again and again. Based on that, we went out and pursued her. It was a very long courtship.”

WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA EAST TO HONOR NORA EPHRON: The Writers Guild of America East has announced plans to pay tribute to the late Nora Ephron at its award show on February 17th. Over the span of her career, Ephron was nominated for several WGA awards for her work on films like Silkwood, When Harry Met Sally…, Sleepless In Seattle, and Julie & Julia but never won.

Steve Martin has become a father for the first time. The NY Post reports that Martin and his wife Anne Stringfield quietly welcomed a child back in December and have somehow managed to keep it a secret until now.

A source told Page Six, “They’ve had a baby, and how they kept it a secret nobody knows. Steve’s very private. They are thrilled. They worked hard to have the baby.” A rep for Martin confirmed the news to People after the couple had been spotted near their L.A. home with a baby in tow.

  • 67-year-old Steve married 41-year-old Anne back in 2007 at his home.

UK’s Advertising Standards Authority thinks Keira Knightley’s new Chanel perfume commercial is a bit too sexy for children. The Huffington Post is reporting that the agency received a complaint after the ad aired during a broadcast of Ice Age 2.

The advertisement for Coco Mademoiselle features Keira stripping down and sharing some intimate moments with a photographer. The ASA has ruled that the ad can no longer run during children’s programming.

  • Chanel released a statement saying the commercial was supposed to reflect the spirit of “being a strong, independent woman” in addition to pointing out that there is no nudity or even implied nudity in the ad.

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