A comic was doing his improv standup routine, and Robert Pattinson was there, going unnoticed because of his new haircut, when all of a sudden, the comic says, "Here's my impression of Heath Ledger."
The comic then fell to the ground and started convulsing. As you might remember, Heath Ledger died of an accidental overdose in January 2008. Well, Robert Pattinson and his buddy weren't too happy with the joke and started yelling, "F*** you, you suck."
Now I'm not gaga over Robert Pattinson but I have to admit that it was very cool of him to do that. Robert Pattinson just garnered some of my respect, even though he's still pasty.
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I always thought that Paris Hilton had genital herpes, and perhaps she does, but now we know for certain that she has oral herpes. Even though Paris Hilton tried to cover it up with some glossy lipstick and wore a breast-baring dress to shift everyone's eyes, we all took note of her nasty cold sore.
Paris Hilton and her herpes have a whole lot in common; they both pop up whenever they feel like it and are incredibly annoying when they do.
I don't know about most women, but I would never want my man to take me to a basketball game and propose on the court in front of hundreds of people. Not only that, but when a man is about to propose, he needs to be sure that the woman he's asking is madly in love with him.
Because, if said woman is not mad about him, and he proposes in front of hundreds of people, he might get rejected. Exhibit A is below.
Perhaps this video is bullcrap and it was all an act, but it might help some guys reconsider proposals that call for hundreds of people to witness it. Do you agree?
Back by popular demand, Montreal singer Ashley King has yet another single she wants to share with her fans. This song is called "Bless You" and comes with the same hypnotic beat and lyrics that I've been spoiling you with thus far.
If you're interested in seeing Ashley King live in concert, she will be performing at Club TNT in Montreal on January 28, 2009. For more information, click here.
Vida Guerra was discovered when she posed for an article in FHM magazine and men worldwide wanted to know who the owner of that bubble butt was. Well, we all found out that her name was Vida Guerra, and we haven't been able to get rid of her since.
Granted, her butt is abnormally rounder than most, but really, Vida Guerra isn't that big a deal otherwise. However, most men would tend to disagree with me, because they all get to see the wonderfully airbrushed images that grace the glossy men's mags. But I know better.
Yes, my friends, Vida Guerra is plagued with cellulite from the top of her butt to the back of her knees. Regardless of the fact, she's still making a mint off that butt of hers.
If Tom Cruise gets his way, Katie Holmes will need to rest up because he has 10 children in mind for the future. Tom Cruise already has 3 so Katie Holmes only needs to pop out 7 more and his life will be complete.
I'm not really sure how Katie Holmes will feel upon discovering that Tom Cruise told The Sun that he would love to have 10 children. I'm guessing he wants to give Brad Pitt and the crew a run for their money.
Let's wait and see what Katie Holmes has to say about Tom Cruise's latest comment. Then again, I think he has forbade her from talking to the press.
Lindsay Lohan's father Michael Lohan is quite pissed off because she told TMZ "look at him" when asked about his comments regarding her girlfriend Samantha Ronson. And now, it seems, Michael Lohan has launched his own site to give off a few rants of his own.
Michael Lohan reveals a few things that I'm certain Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson don't want anyone to know. But lo and behold, anger seems to bring out the worst in Michael Lohan. Hell, it brings out the worst in the whole Lohan crew.
Michael Lohan writes:
Today, on TMZ, my darling daughter Lindsay was asked for a comment in response to me saying, "Samantha is on drugs!" Lindsay’s only response was, “look at him!”
WOW! Linds, how forthright! Let me ask you; was it me who was actually pictured in the train station with a bag full of prescription drugs? Do you see me out partying with Lindsay, my other children or having raging wars with her? Was it me who jumped out of a DJ booth and punched Lindsay when she was with Calum Best? Did I drive Lindsay around for hours in LA until she fell asleep and before I ran low on gas only to call the paps and sell pictures to them? Uh uh!
If you want to read up on all the other wonderful things Michael Lohan had to say, head on over to MikeLohanOnline.com
Finally, claims and loss handling is the materialized utility of insurance; it is the actual "product" paid for, though one hopes it will never need to be used. Claims may be filed by insureds directly with the insurer or through brokers or agents. The insurer may require that the claim be filed on its own proprietary forms, or may accept claims on a standard industry form such as those produced by ACORD
Insurance company claim departments employ a large number of claims adjusters supported by a staff of records management and data entry clerks. Incoming claims are classified based on severity and are assigned to adjusters whose settlement authority varies with their knowledge and experience. The adjuster undertakes a thorough investigation of each claim, usually in close cooperation with the insured, determines its reasonable monetary value, and authorizes payment. Adjusting liability insurance claims is particularly difficult because there is a third party involved (the plaintiff who is suing the insured) who is under no contractual obligation to cooperate with the insurer and in fact may regard the insurer as a deep pocket. The adjuster must obtain legal counsel for the insured (either inside "house" counsel or outside "panel" counsel), monitor litigation that may take years to complete, and appear in person or over the telephone with settlement authority at a mandatory settlement conference when requested by the judge.
In managing the claims handling function, insurers seek to balance the elements of customer satisfaction, administrative handling expenses, and claims overpayment leakages. As part of this balancing act, fraudulent insurance practices are a major business risk that must be managed and overcome. Disputes between insurers and insureds over the validity of claims or claims handling practices occasionally escalate into litigation; see insurance bad faith.
 History of insurance
Main article: History of insurance
In some sense we can say that insurance appears simultaneously with the appearance of human society. We know of two types of economies in human societies: money economies (with markets, money, financial instruments and so on) and non-money or natural economies (without money, markets, financial instruments and so on). The second type is a more ancient form than the first. In such an economy and community, we can see insurance in the form of people helping each other. For example, if a house burns down, the members of the community help build a new one. Should the same thing happen to one's neighbour, the other neighbours must help. Otherwise, neighbours will not receive help in the future. This type of insurance has survived to the present day in some countries where modern money economy with its financial instruments is not widespread (for example countries in the territory of the former Soviet Union).
Turning to insurance in the modern sense (i.e., insurance in a modern money economy, in which insurance is part of the financial sphere), early methods of transferring or distributing risk were practised by Chinese and Babylonian traders as long ago as the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC, respectively. Chinese merchants travelling treacherous river rapids would redistribute their wares across many vessels to limit the loss due to any single vessel's capsizing. The Babylonians developed a system which was recorded in the famous Code of Hammurabi, c. 1750 BC, and practised by early Mediterranean sailing merchants. If a merchant received a loan to fund his shipment, he would pay the lender an additional sum in exchange for the lender's guarantee to cancel the loan should the shipment be stolen.
Achaemenian monarchs of Iran were the first to insure their people and made it official by registering the insuring process in governmental notary offices. The insurance tradition was performed each year in Norouz (beginning of the Iranian New Year); the heads of different ethnic groups as well as others willing to take part, presented gifts to the monarch. The most important gift was presented during a special ceremony. When a gift was worth more than 10,000 Derrik (Achaemenian gold coin) the issue was registered in a special office. This was advantageous to those who presented such special gifts. For others, the presents were fairly assessed by the confidants of the court. Then the assessment was registered in special offices.
The purpose of registering was that whenever the person who presented the gift registered by the court was in trouble, the monarch and the court would help him. Jahez, a historian and writer, writes in one of his books on ancient Iran: "[W]henever the owner of the present is in trouble or wants to construct a building, set up a feast, have his children married, etc. the one in charge of this in the court would check the registration. If the registered amount exceeded 10,000 Derrik, he or she would receive an amount of twice as much."
A thousand years later, the inhabitants of Rhodes invented the concept of the 'general average'. Merchants whose goods were being shipped together would pay a proportionally divided premium which would be used to reimburse any merchant whose goods were jettisoned during storm or sinkage.
The Greeks and Romans introduced the origins of health and life insurance c. 600 AD when they organized guilds called "benevolent societies" which cared for the families and paid funeral expenses of members upon death. Guilds in the Middle Ages served a similar purpose. The Talmud deals with several aspects of insuring goods. Before insurance was established in the late 17th century, "friendly societies" existed in England, in which people donated amounts of money to a general sum that could be used for emergencies.
Separate insurance contracts (i.e., insurance policies not bundled with loans or other kinds of contracts) were invented in Genoa in the 14th century, as were insurance pools backed by pledges of landed estates. These new insurance contracts allowed insurance to be separated from investment, a separation of roles that first proved useful in marine insurance. Insurance became far more sophisticated in post-Renaissance Europe, and specialized varieties developed.
Toward the end of the seventeenth century, London's growing importance as a centre for trade increased demand for marine insurance. In the late 1680s, Edward Lloyd opened a coffee house that became a popular haunt of ship owners, merchants, and ships’ captains, and thereby a reliable source of the latest shipping news. It became the meeting place for parties wishing to insure cargoes and ships, and those willing to underwrite such ventures. Today, Lloyd's of London remains the leading market (note that it is not an insurance company) for marine and other specialist types of insurance, but it works rather differently than the more familiar kinds of insurance.
Insurance as we know it today can be traced to the Great Fire of London, which in 1666 devoured 13,200 houses. In the aftermath of this disaster, Nicholas Barbon opened an office to insure buildings. In 1680, he established England's first fire insurance company, "The Fire Office," to insure brick and frame homes.
The first insurance company in the United States underwrote fire insurance and was formed in Charles Town (modern-day Charleston), South Carolina, in 1732. Benjamin Franklin helped to popularize and make standard the practice of insurance, particularly against fire in the form of perpetual insurance. In 1752, he founded the Philadelphia Contributionship for the Insurance of Houses from Loss by Fire. Franklin's company was the first to make contributions toward fire prevention. Not only did his company warn against certain fire hazards, it refused to insure certain buildings where the risk of fire was too great, such as all wooden houses. In the United States, regulation of the insurance industry is highly Balkanized, with primary responsibility assumed by individual state insurance departments. Whereas insurance markets have become centralized nationally and internationally, state insurance commissioners operate individually, though at times in concert through a national insurance commissioners' organization. In recent years, some have called for a dual state and federal regulatory system (commonly referred to as the Optional Federal Charter (OFC)) for insurance similar to that which oversees state banks and national banks.
Main article: Vehicle insurance
A wrecked vehicle
Auto insurance protects you against financial loss if you have an accident. It is a contract between you and the insurance company. You agree to pay the premium and the insurance company agrees to pay your losses as defined in your policy. Auto insurance provides property, liability and medical coverage: (1) Property coverage pays for damage to or theft of your car. (2) Liability coverage pays for your legal responsibility to others for bodily injury or property damage. and (3) Medical coverage pays for the cost of treating injuries, rehabilitation and sometimes lost wages and funeral expenses. An auto insurance policy is comprised of six different kinds of coverage. Most states require you to buy some, but not all, of these coverages. If you're financing a car, your lender may also have requirements.
Most auto policies are for six months to a year. Your insurance company should notify you by mail when it’s time to renew the policy and to pay your premium. 
If Suri Cruise continues to get cuter and cuter, she might even become more popular than Shiloh Pitt. Oh, dare I say it?
Suri Cruise really is adorable in all the pictures I see of her and it seems that fans from around the world want to let her know that they think so too. Unfortunately, she still can't read.
Beyonce wants to be clear that a "Diva" is a female version of a hustler. And boy is Beyonce working on her new album as Sasha Fierce. So that's where those ugly glasses came into play; Beyonce wears them in her "Diva" video.
I have to admit that Beyonce is the kind of woman you just can't your eyes off of. She has her "Sasha Fierce" persona down pat.
Add to all that some black and white choreography, and Beyonce has herself the makings of a killer video that will get plenty of airplay on the Net. I say the Net because there simply are no music channels that play any music videos anymore. Go Beyonce.
A George W. Bush insider, Michael Connell was directly implicated in the 2000 and 2004 rigging of the election in which George W. Bush won. Michael Connell was ready to tell all to the media. And we're talking brutal honesty.
Of course, Michael Connell was afraid that George W. Bush and Dick Cheney would "throw him under a bus" before he could do it, and wouldn't you know it... Michael Connell was killed on December 21, 2008, when his single engine plane crashed three miles short of the Akron airport.
Some might say it's a complete fluke, but wow, what are the chances that the Bush IT expert who planned on telling all suddenly meets his end? Hmm, looks like George W. Bush gots some 'splainin' to do.
Well, he did it. Robert Pattinson got rid of his greasy, unkempt hair finally, to what could be the dismay of all his crazed fans.
If you ask me, I think Robert Pattinson looks 100 times better with a buzzcut. He's not an ugly guy and the haircut brings out Robert Pattinson's many features. I think Robert Pattinson knew what he was doing and he's hoping to drop all the tweens and pick up some older meat.
SO what do you think of Robert Pattinson's look? Hot or not with the haircut?
Madonna's latest flavor of the week is Jesus Luz, a Brazilian model who worked on a shoot with Madonna for W magazine. I guess Madonna is giving Kabbalah a break and getting back into Jesus... Jesus Luz, baby!
You gotta admit that Jesus Luz is some piece of work and looks young enough to be Madonna's grandson, but hey, Madonna can probably drive even Jesus Luz to fatigue.
So enjoy a shirtless Jesus Luz for now (complete with pubes). I'll try to get my hands (among other things) on some more pics soon.
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I'm not sure if Britney Spears is dating Benji Madden because she wants to pis off Paris Hilton or because he's controlling enough to ensure that she doesn't shave her head and try to kill some paparazzi with an umbrella.
Nevertheless, Britney Spears has been "secretly" dating Benji Madden to everyone's shock and awe, and it seems her father is quite smitten with the young man. Apparently, it was Britney Spears' people who went out and recruited Benji Madden as a date and the two hit it off.
So whaddya think? Are Benji Madden an d Britney Spears a good fit? Will Paris Hilton have smoke coming out of her ears? Will Britney Spears get herpes?
1. Evaluate whether or not you should file a claim: Did you know that just when you call your insurance company with a question about possibly filing a claim it is often recorded on your insurance record? It is important to keep your insurance record clean and one way is deciding whether or not you should file a claim. It doesn’t matter if the accident is your fault or not, you should ask yourself first if you can pay for the damage. Simply put, if you can pay for it yourself without financial hardship, don’t file the claim.
2. Fill out your What to do After an Auto Accident Worksheet: This worksheet, which when you click on the title is provided for print-out, will help you keep track of the information you will need to file your auto insurance claim. It is important to get every detail of the accident documented and to try to find witnesses that would be willing to talk to your insurance company to back-up your story.
3. File the claim ASAP: You will want to file the claim as soon as possible with your insurance company. Even if it is not your fault, your insurance company will handle the claim process as your advocate.
4. Prepare for a possible call from the other insurance company: If there is a dispute between the two parties in the accident, you may get a call from the other driver’s insurance company asking for your version of what happened at the accident scene. If this happens make sure you document everything you say and the name of the customer service agent you talked too.
5. Finally, getting your car fixed: If you had body damage to your vehicle this is when you will finally get it fixed. After your claim is approved, you will likely get a call from your insurance company about sending an insurance adjuster out to assess the damage or asking you to send your car to a pre-approved shop to get it fixed.
Sooner or later it happens to nearly all of us. An auto accident. You do all the right things at the accident scene. Then you made a few phone calls to get the insurance company to get the claims process started. Now it's about time for the payoff. Who's going to repair your car and how much will the insurance company pay? Let's see if we can't negotiate a fair deal for ourselves.
In most cases you'll need to get an estimate of what it will cost to repair the damage to your car. Remember that your goal is to get your car repaired properly so you won't have problems later. The insurance company's goal is to pay you as little as possible. They may suggest that you to use their 'convenient drive-in claims adjuster'. Or perhaps they'll use a quote from a local repair shop that gets lots of business from them.
Don't go for it. In either case the person providing the estimate is loyal to the insurance company. They have no reason to try to satisfy you. Find a shop that has your confidence. The dealer that sells that make of car is probably the best if they have a repair shop. You may want to get estimates from a couple of different shops. That's your choice. Check your policy. It rarely requires you to go to their shop or to get more than one estimate.
What happens if your car isn't driveable? Then have it towed to the shop of your choice. It's cheapest to do that right at the time of the accident. It's good to have the shop's name and address already available in your car. By having the car to the shop of your choice you've forced the adjuster to play on your home field. He has to respond to their estimate. On the other hand, if the car's in your driveway he can offer to have it towed to his favorite low cost shop. Then he'll have all the advantage in negotiating the price of the repairs.
OK, you've agreed on a shop and the work is completed. So it's just a matter of picking up the car. Right? Wrong! This is your last real chance to get the job done to your satisfaction. The insurance company will have named you on the check. You will be required to sign the check or a repair order stating that the work is completed. You may also need to write your own check to the repair shop for the deductible.
Don't sign off until you've thoroughly inspected the car. And I do mean thoroughly. Look at the bodywork under bright lights. Sunlight is best. Look at the car from all different angles. Is the sheetmetal straight? How's the paint? Try all the doors, windows and anything else that moves in the repaired area. Make sure that nothing is binding or crooked and that everything is properly aligned. Take it for a test drive. It should run and sound like before the accident. No new rattles. Make sure you understand your guarantee. If something goes wrong later you'll be dealing with the repair shop, not the insurance company.
If you've been forced to use a shop chosen by the insurance company, be especially careful to inspect the car. In fact, you probably would be wise to 'drop in' once or twice during the repair to actually see what's happening. Ask to see all the old parts that they were going to replace. They could save some money by repairing a molding or other part instead of buying a replacement part. All shops are not dishonest, but some are.
Suppose that your agent calls and says that you car is a total loss. They want to cut you a check for the value of the car and you just give them the car and title. There are two potential problems. First, your car was worth more to you than anyone else. That's why you were still driving it. Second, how do you determine what the car's worth?
The adjuster will probably use the Kelly Blue Book. They might also include classified ads for similar cars to come up with an offer for your car. Expect them to offer you the 'wholesale' value. That's what the dealer would pay for the car before they add their profit margin to sell it to you. Naturally, you'll end up paying retail. Shouldn't your payoff be at retail?
How can you get a higher price? By shopping! Go to a number of dealers. Read the classified ads for comparable cars. Make a list and give it to the adjuster. If that fails, ask him to find a replacement car for the amount he's offering. He's the one that says it's out there. Let him prove it.
Now's the time that homework pays off. Was your car a low mileage vehicle? That's worth something. Did you keep maintenance records to show that the car was in above average condition? Do you have any pictures or other evidence that your car was a 'cream puff'?
Oh, and don't forget to add in the cost of tax and title. In some places it can be 6 or 8% of the price of the car. In almost all cases that will be hundreds of dollars.
Hopefully, you won't ever need to settle an auto accident claim. But, if you're ever in an accident, knowing how to deal with the insurance company is essential. They expect you to pay your premiums faithfully. It's up to you to make sure that they pay properly on your claim. Nothing that the average driver armed with a little knowledge can't do. And if it ever comes up, so can you!
Some might think that a picture of a college-going Barack Obama smoking weed (if that is what he's doing) would hurt him, but in this day and age, anyone who smokes weed is "super cool." And Barack Obama is no different. Hell, look how popular Bill Clinton became after he admitted that he "didn't inhale."
Barack Obama could've been sniffing cocaine off the backsides of male prostitutes and the public would still manage to spin it into a positive. "Man, he wants to help Colombia AND he's all for gay rights. Yes, we, can!"
Barack Obama looks pretty cool in this picture, rocking his afro and all. And the fact that he's holding a smoke like it's a big ol' joint only makes him as normal as anyone who has ever attended college. Yes, weed, can!
Rumors are flying that Jennifer Lopez is about to give Marc Anthony his walking papers and will file for divorce very soon. Why? Well, she already got what she wanted: two babies. And you have to admit that ever since Jennifer Lopez has been with Marc Anthony, her career has been consistently greeting the crapper.
And of course, we all know that when the going gets tough, the celebrities call in their PR people to take care of everything, and Jennifer Lopez is no different. This will make divorce number 3 for Jennifer Lopez.. and counting.
Jennifer Lopez was spotted at a movie premiere without her wedding ring on, and you know she didn't just "forget it." When a celebrity doesn't wear their wedding ring, it is a calculated move, so yeah, Jennifer Lopez is hoping that this divorce will revive what's left of her career.
Lately, Alex Rodriguez is getting a whole lot of press, thanks to his horizontal mambos with Madonna, but it's no mystery why Madonna really enjoys Alex Rodriguez's company: the guy has a pretty great body.
After seeing shots of a shirtless Alex Rodriguez, I have a whole new respect for him and his magnificent body. I still don't think his face is that of perfection, but Alex Rodriguez has a body that could easily make any woman swoon.
So enjoy yourself and take a moment to appreciate Alex Rodriguez in all his shirtless glory.
Christmas is just around the corner and, instead of the usual drab Christmas music we've all become numb to, here are 10 Christmas songs that will have you tapping your feet and get you in the mood for the holidays.
Top 10 Christmas Songs #10
Ashanti & Beyonce - Silent Night
Okay, so perhaps it sounds like Ashanti and Beyonce are trying to outdo each other on this rendition of "Silent Night," but you have to admit that it sounds a whole lot better than what we’re used to hearing. A little R&B thrown into Christmas music never hurt anybody.
Top 10 Christmas Songs #9
Diana Krall - White Christmas
Diana Krall has one of the sweetest, sultriest voices around. And although she made a name for herself by biting all the songs of other people, she really does have that je ne sais quoi about her. And she gives "White Christmas" her signature touch and it is definitely easy on the ears.
Top 10 Christmas Songs #8
Dido - Christmas
Dido is one of those women with a milky, beautiful voice and her music is timeless and seemingly effortless. This is a beautiful Christmas song that you could listen to while you’re putting up decorations, having supper, or even making love. The spirit will be in you,
Top 10 Christmas Songs #7
U2 - It’s Christmas
U2 is classic and no matter what they’re singing, we all want to hear it. So when U2 released this Christmas single, we were all happy to discover that we weren’t relegated to listening to all of that old school music that the malls are constantly bombarding us with. “It’s Christmas” is a Christmas mainstay but U2 manages to give it a great upgrade.
Top 10 Christmas Songs #6
Anna Liani - Silent Night
French artist Anna Liani gives her version of “Silent Night” and her accent in the song makes it that much more interesting and original. Once you hear this single, your night will be anything but silent. In fact, it may turn into one of your best nights ever.
Top 10 Christmas Songs #5
Jason Mraz - Winter Wonderland
Jason Mraz has a voice that makes me feel like skipping, so when I heard his version of “Winter Wonderland,” I knew that it was worthy of this Top 10 list. So sit back, chill out and take a good listen to Jason.
Top 10 Christmas Songs #4
Bon Jovi - Please Come Home for Christmas
There’s something about this bluesy Bon Jovi song that makes me want to fall in love on Christmas. It’s incredibly sexy and has a flavor that is about more than just Christmas.
Top 10 Christmas Songs #3
Ashley King - Little Drummer Boy
Ashley King’s version of “Little Drummer Boy” is just awesome, if I could be so blunt. This song barely sounds like the Christmas music we’re used to. But when you find yourself bopping your head to Christmas music, you know that the artist is a freakin’ genius.
Top 10 Christmas Songs #2
Coldplay – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
There’s just something about Chris Martin’s voice that makes you want to lay down and reflect on life. Throw in some lyrics about Christmas and there’s a good chance that you’ll want to hug and kiss everyone you know after listening to one of Coldplay’s songs.
Top 10 Christmas Songs #1
Ashley King - Christmas Song
Ashley King is new to the music scene but she nailed the Christmas music genre by coming up with a very inventive version of the “Christmas Song.” This song makes shopping for Christmas gifts and dealing with the in-laws that much easier.
Tom Cruise was on David Letterman on December 16, 2008, and he came on with his own Top 10 list of the craziest things that are said about him on the internet, and believe me, Tom Cruise has comedy chops yet.
Tom Cruise lists off on his Top 10 list and, although he cracks a laugh every now and then, he manages to make the audience holler with laughter, rather than the usual pity applause David Letterman usually gets when he lists off his own Top 10s.
Tom Cruise has been doing the publicity circuit for Valkyrie and I think he has managed to salvage his reputation and is seemingly normal again. He stopped preaching about Scientology and is able to laugh at himself. Now, I'm jusr waiting for Tom Cruise to appear on Saturday Night Live making fun of his religion - now that would be awesome.
Here is the latest single from Justin Timberlake and T.I. called "If I." I really love Justin Timberlake's voice when he hits those high notes; T.I.'s part in the song isn't exactly thrilling.
You might remember T.I. from his last collaboration with Justin Timberlake on his song "My Love." That was a great song; much better than this one, but Justin Timberlake can make any song sound great.
So take a listen to "If I" and let me know what you think. And remember, this song is for the girls who dance sexy, but never show too much.
Jamie Foxx is out promoting his new album and ended up dissing Terrence Howard all kinds. First Jamie Foxx mentioned that Terence Howard dissed his album while promoting his own, then he went on to imitate him and said that Terrence Howard plays the same character in every movie. Ouch!
Then Jamie Foxx said that Terrence Howard is, in fact, talented, but then he continued to make fun of him, mentioning the time the two starred together in Ray. Terrence Howard is going to be hella pissed when he gets wind of this, but then again, perhaps this will help both Jamie Foxx and Terrence Howard sell more albums.
Holla at me Terrence.
Britney Spears was a guest on Ellen DeGeneres and the two decided to go Christmas caroling to get neighbors into the Christmas spirit. What I found bizarre was the first woman they spoke to; she didn't seem to know neither Britney Spears nor Ellen DeGeneres.
But Ellen DeGeneres is hilarious and Britney Spears seems to have a pretty great sense of humor too. As Ellen DeGeneres and Britney Spears go caroling, they become funnier and funnier.
Britney Spears seems to be following Ellen DeGeneres' ad libbing lead during the whole caroling scene and I have to admit, I literally watched the entire video. And I bet you will, too... open the door, it's Britney, bitch.
It has come to certain people's attention that perhaps Justin Gaston's intentions in dating Miley Cyrus are not very honorable; in fact, many are beginning to believe that he may just be using her to become famous in his own right. Um, to sum all this up in a word: duh.
I mean, look at the man, he looks like a younger version of Olivier Martinez. The man is just gorgeous and way better looking than Miley Cyrus. As well, he seems more Manhattan penthouse and she's more, well, let's just say country.
At the end of the day, it's not hard to believe that Miley Cyrus is being used to further Justin Gaston's career. In fact, it would be unbelievable if he wasn't using her. And she's probably going to have to get used to it as well, because there aren't many men who have never heard of her.
I have no idea what's going on with Gerard Butler, but I think his alcoholism has given him beer goggles like never before. It seems that Gerard Butler is actually giving it to Paris Hilton, and I'm pretty sure that Paris Hilton is going to give him a gift of her own: Herpes Simplex 1.
The two were at Bar Deluxe in Los Angeles and, as hard as they were trying to keep things on the down low, Paris Hilton and Gerard Butler simply could not keep their hands off each other. Na-ah-ah-ah-ah-stee.
The worst part is that Paris Hilton's nickname for Gerard Butler is Braveheart, which, yes, further cements her place as the village idiot.