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by Jane,posted Jun 25 2013 6:56AM
Jay Leno made fun of New Yorkers for letting the "cronut" craze get out of hand. A cronut is a pastry that's part croissant and part donut. Apparently some people in New York are paying up to $100 to have a single cronut delivered to them. Jay Leno says those people are called "midiots" . . . halfway between a moron and an idiot.
Paula Deen has been DROPPED by Smithfield -- a company specializing in pork products. Deen had a line of hams with Smithfield, part of The Paula Deen Collection. The company tells TMZ, "Smithfield condemns the use of offensive and discriminatory language and behavior of any kind." The statement goes on: "We are terminating our partnership with Paula Deen."Smithfield then somewhat sanctimoniously says, "Smithfield is determined to be an ethical food industry leader and it is important that our values and those of our spokespeople are properly aligned." It's not the first time Paula's taken a hit from Smithfield either -- back in 2009, she took a massive Smithfield ham to the face during a charity event.
And while Deen is usually the one doing the cooking when she appears on TV, but on Wednesday, June 26, she'll be in the hot seat as Matt Lauer grills her on the details of her recent racial slur scandal. The beleaguered chef, 66, was supposed to appear on the TODAY show last Friday but bailed at the last minute because she was too "exhausted"; she has since rescheduled the interview. "She has told us she will be here this time," Lauer announced on Monday, June 24. The news comes just a few days after Deen's Food Network firing. On Friday, June 21, the Southern chef was dropped by her longtime employers amid controversy over her admission in a deposition last month that she had used racial slurs -- including the N-word. A few hours after her termination, Deen thanked the network for 11 "great years."
Someone has been trying to sell this baby pic for A LOT OF $$$$ -- allegedly the spawn of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. But sources connected with the couple tell TMZ ... IT'S A FRAUD! So here's what we're being told. Kim felt people in her world were going to hawk baby photos, so she wanted to catch the culprits quickly. We're told Kim hatched a plan and sent a half-dozen of her "friends" pictures of a baby she claimed was North West -- but we're told it was an impostor infant. Sure enough, someone came along and tried selling a pic. Gotta say it looks like it could be Kim and Kanye's baby. It has the right, well, you know... but Kim would obviously pick a pic of an impostor baby that had the qualities of her own child.
And while Kim and Kanye's daughter's name is North West and some think it's a bit goofy, is it really the WORST rock star baby name out there? NME.com doesn't think so. They put together a list of names they think are WORSE. Do you agree? Check 'em out:
Sabbath and Hendrix Wylde . . . children of Black Label Society andOzzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde.
Zuma Nesta Rock Rossdale . . . daughter of Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale.
Zowie Bowie . . . son of David and Angela Bowie. He later changed his name to Duncan.
Moon Unit Zappa . . . daughter of Frank Zappa.
Everly Bear Kiedis . . . daughter of Anthony Kiedis.
Seven Sirius . . . son of Erykah Badu and Andre 3000.
Bronx Mowgli Wentz . . . son of Pete Wentz and Ashlee Simpson.
Apple Martin . . . daughter of Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin.
Blue Angel Evans . . . daughter of U2 guitarist The Edge.
Egypt Daoud Ibarr Dean . . . son of Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz.
Sparrow James Midnight Madden . . . son of Joel Madden and Nicole Richie.
Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig were on "The Graham Norton Show" recently, with Chris O'Dowd from "Bridesmaids" and "The IT Crowd". At one point the interview got interrupted by a huge fly buzzing around the table. Steve spent all this time talking about a great trick he has for killing flies with his bare hands. And then the thing flew into a water glass, and Chris almost SWALLOWED it.
Sharon Osbourne was a guest on "Conan" last night. They talked about how she wants to sleep with Prince Charles in order to get a royal title. She says it's all good because Ozzy can sleep with Camilla too. She uses some pretty foul language and gets Conan all worked up.
Sandra Bullock is starring in a new movie called "The Heat", with Melissa McCarthy from "Bridesmaids". She told "Access Hollywood" that Melissa is so girly, it actually makes her self-conscious. She said she went to Melissa's house, and the decor is so girly that it makes Sandra, quote, "feel like a dude."
Paul Giamatti has joined the cast of "Downton Abbey" for its fourth season. He's playing a, quote, "maverick, playboy" named Harold . . . who's the brother of Cora, Elizabth McGovern's character. Season Four begins airing in Britain in September. In America, the new season premieres on PBS on January 5th.
Dr. Mehmet Oz to launch an Oz lifestyle magazine beginning next year. The talk show host said very often fans will see something on the show but crave more detailed information — and that is where the magazine can help. The yet-untitled publication will hit newsstands with two test issues that will be released in the first half of 2014
Amy Winehouse's brother is speaking out about his sister's death in a personal new interview. Almost two year's after the "Back to Black" singer was found dead from accidental alcohol poisoning, Alex Winehouse says it wasn't just Amy's problems with drugs and alcohol that contributed to her early passing. According to Alex, when Amy was 17, she and a group of friends developed a problem with bulimia. "They'd put loads of rich sauces on their food, scarf it down and throw it up," Alex recently told the Observer. "They stopped doing it, but Amy never really did...We all knew she was doing it, but it's almost impossible [to tackle] especially if you're not talking about it. It's a real dark, dark issue."