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I've been wondering who this "celebrity" couple were for weeks now, so I looked them up. They're apparently two random strangers that Virgin media swept up to promote as a "celebrity couple." The whole "couple" aspect gives me pause. Are they contractually obligated to be romantic? If so, is their comically total lack of chemistry and charisma going to be a problem? Is this a cunningly-designed breeding program for future reality show stars? Is he, God forbid, going to pee on her and make her the next Kardashian? So many questions. :(
Toggle Commented Oct 11, 2011 on Signature walk your ass out of here at fourfour
Krista's flail pictures look like a praying mantis attacking. She's scary boney. Rich, you have GOT to score a Laura interview. This needs to happen. In a perfect world, the two of you would already be BFF's and swinging through the city fighting crime together.
Toggle Commented Mar 16, 2010 on Hello again! at fourfour
She has a goddamn DOLLAR SIGN in her name, and can therefore go straight to hell.
Toggle Commented Jan 8, 2010 on That'll do, Ke$ha at fourfour
I absolutely FLOVED Celia, so this interview made my day. You're so cute and personable, and the interviewer/subject chemistry was off the charts. It felt like you've known one another for years and were just playing "interview" with a video camera for giggles. The only thing this interview was missing: Winston.
Toggle Commented Nov 4, 2009 on Celia on my couch at fourfour
The Post is owned by Rupert Murdoch of Faux News, so I'm really not surprised that they think every African-American musician is a rapper.
Toggle Commented Nov 4, 2009 on If he's black, he must rap at fourfour
It is beautifully written and I can definitely see your rationale, but I have a different view of Madonna. I appreciate a lot of her earlier music, but her ties to the gay community have always struck me as pure calculation on her part. She's always seemed to be made of tangled wires and hard edges, and her identification with gay culture just seemed to me to be more of her desire to be seen as edgy and ahead of her time. As gay people get closer and closer to being mainstream, the Madonna love affair seems to become more and more one-sided. I'm just saying, if we had been completely mainstreamed in the 80's, Madonna would probably have been rolling around MTV stages in a fursuit.
Toggle Commented Oct 14, 2009 on Madonna and me at fourfour