Dita Von Teese's Cleavage Too Offensive For TV

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  • Dita Von Teese has a guest role on CSI, and was asked to wear less-revealing clothing to play a school teacher turned nightclub dancer.

Dita says: "There was a lot of network talk about my 'offensive cleavage', which I found interesting considering how much blood and gore there is. We had to take it down a notch." [Digital Spy]

  • Ted "Golden Voice" Williams is going into rehab. Wishing him peace of mind and a healthy recovery. [People]
  • Got $180,000? You can get a Kanye West gold and diamond watch. As you can see, it is quite subtle, for daytime and casual events. [The Life Files]
  • And now a Tweet from Miley Cyrus: "Oh Em Gee! Just got the new Britney Spears song on iTunes hold it against me! It is my new jam! Obsessed! Can't quit dancing on set! Go check it!" [Digital Spy]
  • Among the nominees for the NAACP Image Awards? Justin Tiimberlake. Yes. Also Rihanna, Tracy Morgan, Amber Riley, Sofia Vergara, LL Cool J, Chandra Wilson, Selena Gomez, Nicki Minaj, Jay-Z, Usher, Kanye West, Black Eyed Peas, Tyler Perry, Denzel Washington, and both Willow and Jaden Smith. [WonderWall]
  • Katy Perry's grandma turned 90 years old, and Katy and Russell Brand helped her celebrate in Las Vegas. Adorable picture at the link! [Just Jared]
  • Brad Pitt is plotting his directorial debut, and it might be a David Mamet script. [X17 Online]
  • Christian Bale will not let his daughter act professionally, "no bloody way." [Contact Music]
  • Charlie Sheen has an ear infection and it is news. [TMZ]
  • It sounds like the opening scene to a really great mystery film, but it actually happened: Peter Fonda was driving down Sunset Boulevard in Pacific Palisades when he saw a car on the side of the road. He stopped, got out of his car, and found a dead man slumped at the wheel. [TMZ]
  • Keira Knightley and Rupert Friend have broken up. [Digital Spy]
  • Justin Bieber and Zac Efron will be presenters at the Golden Globes? Ok, I get Zac, But the Beebs? What does he have to do with the Hollywood Foreign Press? Are they just hoping for a younger viewership? [PopEater]
  • Camille Grammer is insinuating that Kelsey Grammer likes to wear women's clothes. What would Frasier Crane say about that? [TMZ]
  • Kat Von D and Jesse James are still at it, and she is still Tweeting kissy pix of the two of them. In a word: Yuck. [Radar Online]
  • Oh, God: One of Michael Jackson's doctors claims that Michael Jackson convinced him to put Blanket under deep anesthesia for a dental procedure — even though the doctor lacked the proper permit to do so. [TMZ]
  • Countess LuAnn de Lesseps will "act surprised" when her boyfriend, Jacques Azoulay, asks her to marry him in front of the cameras on Real Housewives Of New York. They shopped for rings together over the holidays. [Page Six]
  • Unsolicited Uterus Update: Devon Aoki is pregnant. [Page Six]
  • Wow, the new cover of Ebony is HOT. [The Life Files]
  • "I would marry a woman and have that partnership, that friendship, that love and I could have a boyfriend on the side and she could get her rocks off on the side. It's a win win. But, we'd be in a union and that's my opinion of what marriage should be. You have to be with your best friend." — Johnny Weir. [Howard Stern interview via Autostraddle]
  • "I used to think I was such a great girlfriend, but I'm not at all, I have my flaws as well. I expect too much. At the time I don't realize that. I expect too much but never tell them. I'd never say, 'Look, I'd really like it if you did this for me.' I always moan about it but never tell them to their face. And if someone goes, 'Why don't you just tell him what you want?' I'll be like, 'Well he should be able to pick it up, to sense it.' I can be stubborn, very, very stubborn, but only in my relationships. I think everything I do is golden, I think I'm Princess Diana. All my friends are gay. My sex life's pretty lonely" — Adele. [Contact Music]



Women's clothes, Camille? Come on, I was expecting something much more sinister. Then again, he is a Republican, so I suppose he would consider anything other than missionary with the lights off to be damning.

Seriously, though, I don't get this whole "outing" your ex's sex life to the public. Sex isn't shameful, but it shouldn't be open to the rest of the world either (unless you want it that way).