David Spade was not amused by the recent episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls featuring Barack Obama, saying he “thought a president should have a little more dignity.” A clip from TMZ shows Spade being asked about a recent tweet in which he questioned the president’s appearance on the wilderness survival reality…
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Today in Tweet Beat, Debbie Gibson takes a trip down memory lane. Plus, celebs seemed obsessed with Oprah's big family secret.
Today in Tweet Beat, some celebrities can take a joke, while others (Hugh Hefner) were personally offended by Ricky Gervais' hosting duties at last night's Golden Globes.
So what happened in the tweetosphere? Well, some people got literary. Some got hungry. And Nicole Richie found that great minds think alike.
- Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen are allegedly on a break. When asked how wedding plans are going yesterday, Rachel said, "No, no plans," and pointed to her ring-less hand adding, "No nothing."
- Ian Halperin, who recently wrote an unauthorized book about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, claims that Angie hooked up with Lady Gaga recently and, "Apparently, Angie is obsessed with Lady GaGa." Halperin explains: