Casey Anthony Most Hated Person in America; Kim Kardashain Wants a Private Life; Lindsay Lohan Has a "Wardrobe Malfunction"
Posted 06.05.12 by Chris
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
This should come as no surprise: Casey Anthony is the most hated person in America, according to a New York Post poll. But what is surprising is that Kim Kardashian is hated more than Jerry Sandusky and Bermie Mandoff. That's right, people hate Kim K. more than a child molester and a multi-billion dollar ponzi schemer. Rounding out the list were liberal documentarian Michael Moore, disgraced politician John Edwards, O.J. Simpson, Mel Gibson, Tiger Woods, and Paris Hilton. Glad things are looking up for Paris.
Speaking of Kim K., she's starting to appreciate her private life: "I've kind of tried to adjust my life to have a little more private life. My life is very public and so I get that, but if you can choose to have a little bit of a private life I would choose that over other things now, where I probably wouldn't have before." We can only imagine Kim said this with an entire camera crew present and while tweeting to her 14M followers.
Seems Lindsay Lohan can't stay out of the headlines. While filming a scene for her Lifetime Elizabeth Taylor biopic, Liz & Dick, the young starlet had a "wardrobe malfunction." During an on-screen struggle with actor Grant Bowler, Lohan's little sundress proved to be no match for her curves. But it's not like we haven't seen the actress' assets before. Last year, Lohan famously posed nude for Playboy.
Scout Willis, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's 20-year-old daughter, was arrested in New York City for drinking in public and giving police a fake ID. According to police, Scout was drinking a beer in Union Square on Monday night when she was approached by an officer. Scout was booked for criminal impersonation and for having an open container. She was released this morning without bail.
Just as we were about to give up on Twitter as a useful tool of communication, none other than Bill Murray comes to the rescue. In May, the actor tweeted: "20 years ago we had Johnny Cash, Bob Hope and Steve Jobs.Now we have no Cash, no Hope and no Jobs. Please don't let Kevin Bacon die." We can't verify that the account is Murray's official Twitter page but we're sure even if it's not, the real Murray would agree.