Team Garbage welcomes Boy George. New York Department of Sanitation spokesman Keith Mellis: "He will be part of our team. We won't know exactly what he will be doing for several weeks, though." Incidentally, the Boy and his agent are being sued by Miami HIV/AIDS organization Care Resource for taking nearly $15,000 in payment and then backing out of performing at the White Party following his New York drug bust. Kind of
ironic pathetic considering George has been moaning about doing work for people with AIDS as his community service rather than rake leaves.
Wimbledon hottie Andy Roddick feels threatened by the man purse: "I have seen some guys walking around with man purses here in London.... anything bigger than a money clip or a wallet is to be left to your girlfriend / wife...and just so we are clear you should not be able to throw your "wallet" over a shoulder...if you have a man purse, the wall is waiting." Perhaps Andy should look inside the man purse to see if that's where his mojo is...
Brace yourselves for Round 2 of Truman Capote. The second biopic on the writer, Infamous (formerly called Every Word is True), will open the Venice Film Festival at the end of August. The film stars British actor Toby Jones, Sandra Bullock, Daniel Craig, Lee Pace, Peter Bogdanovich, Jeff Daniels, Hope Davis, Gwyneth Paltrow, Isabella Rossellini, Juliet Stevenson and Sigourney Weaver. Now that's a cast.
Pierre Cardin making comeback...at 84.
Spidey's back and Spidey's got back...
Rapper Busta Rhymes, who was involved in a homophobic incident at a Miami Beach diner earlier this year, has been busy criticizing his former girlfriend and the mother of his three children, Joanne Wood. Wood apparently lost custody of the children partly because she is a lesbian, and she's not happy with Rhymes. Said Wood: "His ego is definitely hurt. If he’s being emotional, then let him just be emotional - that’s like the bitch in him."