30 Mar Dan Abrams’ Websites Today
Mediaite covers Megyn Kelly’s report today on an assisted living center in Vegas that arranged to take a bunch of elderly women to a Chippendales show (naturally). I mean, at least someone is having a good time in Vegas, am I right?! See the rest of the story here.
Geekosystem brings us one of my personal favorite sources of schadenfreude: an insane book pitch. The query letter begins “Prepare to be blown away. In your hands you hold the first four pages of my debut epic, VIOLET THUNDER” and, without spoiling anything, I will tell you that it just gets better from there. “Sh*t joy and barf rainbows”/read the rest of the post here.
Styleite investigates a mini-controversy brewing over a Calvin Klein ad in SoHo. Allegedly, if you look closely, the ad includes the F-word (yes, that F-word) spelled out subliminally using Lara Stone’s body and the company’s initials themselves. Do you see it? To find out, click here.
On Sportsgrid: Barry Bonds’ trial is ongoing and getting more uncomfortable by the minute. Today, everyone learned that Bonds threatened one of his ex-mistresses, Kimberly Bell, by threatening to “cut out [Bell’s] breast implants.” AAAAHHH! If you’re so inclined, read the rest of the post here.
Gossip Cop reports that Rebecca Black’s infamous single “Friday” can now count among its many achievements being the most “Disliked” song on YouTube. May be so, but those pageviews are still contributing to the money flowing into Black’s (or her producers’? Who knows) pocket! Get the full post here.