Monday, December 05, 2011

Today's Blind Items - Party Quotes

#1 - What former A list tween actress was heard at a party saying, "If my next movie does not have the word f**k in at least 20 times I'm not doing it."


#2 - What B list UK television actress from an all acting family said, "I came to this party for one reason only. To f**k Bradley Cooper."

#3 & #4 - This A list move actress married to a B list movie actor was overheard saying, "I have not slept in the same bedroom as my husband for years." The foreign born B list movie actress married to a B+ television actor on a hit network show replied, "I wish for that everyday, but he keeps figuring out how to unlock my bedroom door."


31 comments:

Rita said...

#3 and #4, it would be amazingly funny if those were Merryl Streep and Glen Close! I know Merryl has that kind of sense of humor!

Mark B said...

Emilia Fox for #2?

kltx said...

1. miley cyrus or selena gomez
2.
3.
4. Emily blunt

Bnl1016 said...

#3 - SJP (and who would be surprised)
#4 - Agree Emily blunt

pomme said...

1: Miley ?
2:
3/4:SJP and Emily Blunt?

Sherry said...

#1 Miley

#2 have no idea but found an interesting Wiki page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_show_business_families

pomme said...

2: Bradley Cooper was at BIFA yesterday in London
Joely Richardon?

RenoBlondee said...

Agree. My first thought was SJP and Emily Blunt too.

Basil said...

These all sound like party chit chatter, so I doubt any of them were serious.

pomme said...

2: Jemma Redgrave?

MISCH said...

2. Whoever I bet they were disappointed.

msgirl said...

I agree these sound like funny party lines. As for the last, the first A list might have been implying that they sleep in separate bedrooms which a lot of people who can afford it do so, because of snoring, or being a light sleeper, or whatever. The second does sound like sex!

nunaurbiz said...

I want an invite to the next party!

Char said...

I'm sure #2 went home disapointed.

I don't really care about these, they are about as far away from scandalous as it gets.

Seachica said...

#1 - former A list tweener lets out Selena Gomez. Is Miley still A list? I know my 14yo niece still worships Miley. I'll go with Ashley Tisdale

#3/4 sound like two women joking, not necessarily serious.

KellyLynn said...

My only guess is for #2, which would be Lucy Davis. Her dad was a comedian, and her newly-minted ex-husband is Owain Yeoman (he's on the mentalist). Joely Richardson sounds like a good guess, too, but I can see Lucy being on the prowl as a recent divorcee.

Maja. With a J. said...

#2 made me LOL for some reason. I have no guesses though...

Seachica said...

A mini Your Turn...do any of you sleep in separate bedrooms from your partners? My live-in BF and I are struggling with sleeping together. He's a very light sleeper, and I snore.

Sis said...

Sometimes I would love to have my own room!!! But, instead I talk about having my own sitting room some day, with a lock on it, for peace and quiet!

pomme said...

@Seachica: when i worked during several times the night,my boyfriend and me slept in different bedrooms (after,it was difficult to sleep again together:my huge bed only for me missed me)
i dropped a potential serious boyfriend because of his strong snore

msgirl said...

Seachica, if I could afford my own bedroom, I'd do it in a flash. My husband snores so bad even with ear plugs I can hear him. There's also scientific evidence that people sleep better alone. I think it's also kind of sexy - whose bedroom is gonna be it tonight for the sex? Many successful marriages have 2 bedrooms, and my friend who is a housecleaner says it's more common than we think.

Sherry said...

@Seachica..I feel for you. Nothing better than snuggling with your honey to get to sleep. I too am a HUGE LOUD snorer and my husband tries to get me to stop constantly. I never even remember the next day. That being said there is no shame in not sharing a bedroom. As Msgirl said it is not uncommon and if it saves the relationship then it is worth it. Don't date Pomme..She'll dump YOU! LOL..

JasonBlueEyes said...

1# That sounds like Miley for sure. Maybe she can co-star in that "Scarface" remake they're now doing. Problem solved.

My guess for #2 is Jaime Winstone. Her dad is Ray and she's an actress too - and anybody who has seen her in "Donkey Punch" knows what she'd be like in bed. Gay or not he'd be nuts to refuse that.

#3 & 4# - Naomi Watts $ Emily Blunt.

Caroline said...

I occasionally sleep in a different room because I get very restless sometimes and I am afraid I will wake my husband up with my tossing and turning.

Anotheramy said...

Seachicka, separate rooms for over a year now since the kids moved out and a room freed up. I have no interest whatsoever in ever sharing a bed again. We are both very happy with the arrangement.

anita_mark said...

In the summer when it's sweltering hot and the air conditioner just isn't cutting it, we sleep in separate rooms. My parents did for many years (my dad is in a home now) because my dad never slept through the night and it would bother my mom. I know of other couples who sleep in separate rooms, mainly because of the snoring and some because they were older and sleep in weird patterns.

As for #3 and #4, that just sounds like banter to me.

Oh Brother! said...

#3: Sarah Jessica Parker
#4: Emily Blunt

Both women were at the Kennedy Center Honors event.

Katy said...

Seachica,

While it't not technically separate rooms, my parents have for years taken turns sleeping in the living room. Our whole family likes to sleep on couches/in chairs, and one of parents, for as long as I can remember, has inevitably spent the night there. Both are loud snorers, and I think it has kept them sane for 32 years.

Principessa said...

My boyfriend and I share a bed, but it's a King size and sometimes it still seems too crowded (especially if either of the cats wants in on it). Both of us are light sleepers so it's not uncommon for one of us to end up on our comfy living room couch for the night. Now that I'm pregnant and sleeping like crap I enjoy the solitude, I wake up slightly less frequently when I sleep alone.

Maja. With a J. said...

We share a bedroom but I don't see anything wrong with having separates if that works for you. There is something kind of sexy about sneaking over to someone elses bedroom in the middle of the night...:)


When we move into a house, we will still have the same bedroom but there will be separate "caves", for sure!

FishNChips said...

#3 SJP
#4 Emily Blunt