The Crystal Harris-Hugh Hefner Aftermath; Robin Williams Promotes Video Game; Lady GaGa's Beef Jerky Display
06.16.11 by reelz
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Perhaps to counter rumors she had been shopping for a $500K media deal to ditch Hef, Crystal Harris talked to Ryan Seacrest and his radio audience yesterday, explaining "It was all just happening too fast for me."
Not surprisingly, Lifetime has canceled its two-hour "Marrying Hef" special. That said, they've been filming the couple for months, so perhaps a "Ditching Hef" special is on the horizon?
Building on his comical tweet about revised weekend plans, Hugh Hefner has decided to slap a giant red "Runaway Bride" sticker on July issue of Playboy, already printed and heading to newstands with "Mrs. Crystal Hefner" on the cover.
We've never really seen Robin Williams as an advocate for product placement, but we're rethinking that. Williams named his daughter Zelda (born in 1989) after the video game princess, and now the two costar in a new ad for Nintendo 3DS's The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3-D game.
The meat dress Lady Gaga wore to the 2010 MTV Music Video Awards will be on displayat The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame starting today. The installment is part of the Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power exhibit. And no need to worry about the smell — the dress has dried out like beef jerky, with curators' paint adding the "fresh" bright-red sheen.
Unfazed by blowback about her repeating Angelina Jolie's "homewrecker" ways, Jennifer Aniston and beau Justin Theroux have taken the next step and are living together at her L.A. pad.