hOn Stern show, Trump discusses pregnant wife
hOn Stern show, Trumpdiscusses pregnant wife
Here's a shocker: Shy, retiring guy Donald Trump may have landed in hot water with his wife, Melania Knauss Trump, during his appearance on Howard Stern's radio show Thursday. The silent Slovenian is five months pregnant with the comb-over's fifth child.
"You know, they just blow up, right?" Trump said of the third Mrs. T. "Like a blimp -- in the right places. In her case, the right places. I mean she really has become a monster." Ever the diplomat, Trump explained: "I mean monster in the most positive way. She has gotten very, very large -- in all the right places." Subtle, no?
Moving right along, Trump said of model Heidi Klum: "I looked at her the other day, and it's off." Of Nicollette Sheridan, he quipped: "Very flat-chested." Carmen Electra's implants "look like two lightbulbs." And he described heretofore perfect specimen Halle Berry in this manner: "From the midsection to the shoulders, she's a 10. The face is a solid 8. And the legs are maybe a little bit less than that."
Irked by firing, Streisandcancels her subscription
LOS ANGELES -- Barbra Streisand has canceled her subscription to the Los Angeles Times over the firing of the paper's liberal columnist.
The newspaper dropped Robert Scheer and several other columnists last month; Scheer speculated he was let go because the Times had tired of his politics.
Perhaps the most liberal voice on the paper's opinion pages, Scheer had been a Times columnist for 12 years. He was a reporter for the newspaper for 17 years before that.
"Robert Scheer's column, with its often singular voice of dissent and groundbreaking expositional content, has been among the most notable features that have sustained my interest in subscribing to the LA Times for many years now," Streisand wrote in a letter she sent to the newspaper and posted on her Web site.
Streisand, a well-known supporter of Democratic candidates and liberal causes, wrote that by firing Scheer the Times had reduced the diversity of voices on its opinion pages. A shortened version of her letter was printed in the Times Nov. 23. The full letter is posted on her Web site.
In a note to its readers, the Times reported Nov. 15 that hundreds of readers had written or called to complain about Scheer's departure.
David Garcia, a Times spokesman, had no comment Thursday on Streisand's letter.
Ex-wrestler sues Jay-Z
Hip-hop artist Jay-Z is being sued by former pro wrestler Diamond Dallas Page, who claims the impresario lifted his trademark "Diamond Cutter" hand gesture.
The suit, filed in Los Angeles federal court, accuses Jay-Z and his Roc-A-Fella Records of copyright infringement and misappropriation of a hand signal, mtv.com reports. Page is seeking an injunction to prevent Beyonc & eacute;'s boyfriend from using the gesture -- which, for those attempting this at home -- involves touching the index fingers and thumbs so they form a diamond shape.
Page's lawyer says the wrestler can be seen flashing the "Cutter" on videos since the mid-'90s.
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