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- December 25, 2006
- Vol. 66
- No. 26
Stars Behaving Badly
Feuds! Fits! Flying Computers! If They Gave Oscars for Acting Out, These Celebs Would Be Our '06 Nominees
"S--tsburgh... Can you believe this is my life?"
While filming in Pittsburgh, Miller spouted off in a Rolling Stone interview. She said her words were taken out of context.
CLAY AIKEN GAGS KELLY RIPA
Filling in for Regis, the singer got a scolding from Ripa when he covered her mouth during an interview. "Oh, that's a no-no," she told him.
LINDSAY'S UNEXCUSED ABSENCE
When Lindsay Lohan skipped work on her movie Georgia Rule after a July 26 hospital stay—her rep cited exhaustion—studio exec James G. Robinson blasted her "partying" and "unprofessional" behavior in a scathing letter. Memo received: Lohan showed up on-set, and filming continued without incident.
DENISE LAUNCHES A LAPTOP
Getting snapped by paparazzi while filming the comedy Blonde and Blonder in Canada did not compute for Denise Richards, who hurled a photographer's laptop off a hotel balcony on Nov. 8. "It was a big mistake," said Richards, who agreed to settle the matter privately with the photographer. "I'm not volatile at all."
OH, FAITH, YOU DO CARRIE ON!
Faith Hill forgot her gracious-loser protocol at the Nov. 6 Country Music Association Awards. The female vocalist of the year nominee was filmed backstage throwing up her arms and yelling "what?" when Carrie Underwood was named the winner. Her manager says Hill was just "being playful."
RUSH BASHES MICHAEL
"Either he didn't take his medication or he's acting"
On Oct. 23 the radio host accused Michael J. Fox of "exaggerating" his Parkinson's disease in Democratic political ads. Limbaugh later apologized.
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