In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Nancy Grace and her Casey Anthony outrage is in high demand, Jill Zarin makes her acting debut, and evil pageant children know how to exact their revenge.
John King had the nerve to call out Nancy Grace on her Anthony outrage.
The Insider was all about Nancy this week, and did a rewind on her career, which was great for all the hairstyle memories.
But when in doubt, blame your bombed joke on your microphone, then retell the joke, making sure that the applause sign is turned on.
Or perhaps better put: Why was Jill Zarin on White Collar ?
Does it even count as burlesque if there is no stripping? It was more like a weird spoken word performance. I felt like everyone should've snapped their fingers instead of applauded at the end.
This girl is really advanced. Most pageant kids won't be able to utter this sentence for another 20 years when they're either in therapy, a jail cell, or locked up in a padded room.
Babs doesn't handle it nearly as well as Judge Judy does. (But maybe that's because it happens so frequently to JJ.)
She just won $50,000 and is going to use the money immediately to plan for and pay for her wedding—except she's not engaged.
As a patient on Celebrity Rehab , Bai Ling was prescribed psych meds to deal with "unusual thinking." She refused to take the medication for three days, which resulted in her trip to the facility's roof.