• NBA Commissioner David Stern says in the next decade women may join the NBA: "I don't want to get into all kinds of arguments with players and coaches about the likelihood, but I really think it's a good possibility."
When I arrived last night at Fashion Meets Finance — a meet 'n' greet for fashion worker bees and bankers — a woman from Merill Lynch was being unceremoniously turned away at the door for violating the event's gender code.
Today on The View, Babs gave her review of Brüno. In voicing her displeasure over pubic hair, anal sex, and "a machine that shows you how to have oral sex," it sounds like she's talking about a bad Saturday night.
Plotless but dick-full/Mocking quite easy targets/Yes, people walked out.
Half the point of Brüno is to stir up controversy, and it's been successful, with many questioning the film's depiction of homosexuals. But according to critics it's funny, so who cares if it's "the swishy gay equivalent of blackface?"
Bruno held its L.A. premiere at the iconic Grauman's Chinese Theatre. So Bruno, Isla Fisher, Christina Ricci, Rosario Dawson and friends, dressed accordingly.