Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Blind Item #13

 Is it really a great marriage when you need to have a tracking device on you at all times and for your significant other to ask for your phone every few hours to see who you have been talking to? That is what it is like for this reality star who is married to his co-star in seasonally named shows that always use the same base word.

Blind Item #12

Apparently the permanent A list radio host knows about his wife's obsession with a certain celebrity chef and was extremely worried she would act on that if starring with him on a show.

Blind Item #11

Our A list "singer" wanted her attorney to do something, so he did. Even he knows though he would never win any type of defamation case against the sister. He also knows that in order to win, that the singer would have to be deposed. That will never ever happen. 

Blind Item #10

A really strung out former porn star traded a video the other day for some drugs. I don't know if there will be a market for it, but some of the adult sites are discussing its value. It stars this former A+ list actor and the porn star. There is a value in that. However, there is also another man involved and the very much closeted actor is involved in sexual activity with the man. 

Blind Item #9

The drug use by this former? Teen Mom is getting out of hand. Instead of doing something about it, she is asking if there is a reality show paycheck she could land before and after rehab.

Blind Items Revealed #5

January 12, 2022

This former A list tween actress turned entrepreneur was overheard saying the wrong person from her former cast died and they would have much preferred a different actor to pass.

Mary Kate Olsen/Bob Saget

Today's Blind Items - A Tidbit

There is nothing salacious in this blind, and is more of an encounter rather than anything else. Because it is rare for me to have a blind about this person, I thought it would be fun to include. Other than some light editing, it is exactly in the words of the tipster.

After watching one newly-released film decades ago in our Northern California county, we were handed a small typed flyer inviting us to a screening of a film that would go on to become an Oscar winner.   The film would also be the directorial debut for this permanent A list actor and starred one of our favorite actress in comedies who is also permanently A list. 

At the screening, though, there was no soundtrack so it was a little dull but I believe it was being completed at this nearby studio owned by the filmmaker best known for a franchise. The screening was to determine whether the audience would like the ending or not.

Our usual row (of only four seats against the side wall) was blocked, so my mother, sister and I settled for the row right in front of it. This was annoyance number one for my mom. 

All of a sudden, after everyone was settled and the theater was darkened, two or three people filed in and sat in the row - our row! -  behind us.  

Everything was fine until the man behind my mother started kicking her chair - non-stop.  This went on for quite awhile until finally my mom - who was really getting into the movie -  couldn't take it anymore and she turned to her side and, in a loud irritated whisper, said "stop KICKING my chair! I'm trying to watch the movie!"

As a teenager, I was a little embarrassed but when I saw a man's hand stretch out to touch my mom's shoulder, I turned to see what he was doing.  

I was startled to see that it was the film's director, sitting with his tall blonde girlfriend at the time.  He was quite embarrassed and obviously unaware of his kicking. 

 "I'm so sorry," he whispered back.  "Keep watching."   He never kicked her chair after that and left before the lights went back on.

Your Turn

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