Topic: Joan Rivers

Celebrity Reading List: 15 Celebs Who Have Written Novels

Celebrity Reading List: 15 Celebs Who Have Written Novels

Things I found out recently include the fact that the Kardashian sisters are making their fiction debut in November with a novel entitled Dollhouse. Says Kim, “”The novel is based on our lives but we’ve added a lot of crazy fictional twists and turns. You’ll have to decide for yourself which story lines are true to life, and which ones we dreamed up.” But Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney are far from the only celebs who have tried their hand at novel-writing. I can’t speak as to how much these shining literary achievements owe to a little thing we call ghostwriting, but some of them aren’t so bad. Others… well, take a look for yourselves! More »

Crush Links: Joan Rivers is No ‘Real Housewives’ Fan

Crush Links: Joan Rivers is No 'Real Housewives' Fan

Joan Rivers says the Real Housewives of New York City doesn’t represent New York accurately. Heresy! (Perez Hilton)

David Arquette said, quite simply, of Courteney, that he “tried to fuck her and she doesn’t even want” him. Yeah… that comment will really make you enticing to her. (Dlisted)

Catherine Zeta-Jones entered a treatment facility for bipolar disorder. (People) More »

Celeb Tweetup: Workhouse Dog

Celeb Tweetup: Workhouse Dog

It’s 5 o’clock and all’s well in Tweetland. Celebs are have taken to their iPhones and Blackberries with extra vigor today. Here’s what’s going on with Mario Lopez (@MarioLopezExtra), Nick Zano (@NICKZANNO), Adam Levine (@adamlevine) and Joan Rivers (@Joan_Rivers): More »

Celeb Tweetup: Better Things To Do Than Tweet

Celeb Tweetup: Better Things To Do Than Tweet

Sometimes we just want the facts. Hey, Tweets are kept to 140 characters for a reason — mostly, our short attention spans. So whether it’s a purity ring-free Joe Jonas (@JoeJonas) tell us the temperature or Joan Rivers (@Joan_Rivers) making fun of The Situation, it seems like today celebrities had better things to do than update their Twitter. Or, maybe that’s what Twitter should be used for everyday. More »