Lady Gaga Hears A Boo From Angry British Fans

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  • Lady Gaga was booed by her British fans yesterday after showing up 20 minutes late to her performance and then having to cut her set short as a result. Maybe they were just saying boo-urns? [TheSun]
  • The singer's set was cut short in the middle of her performance of "Pokerface," and though she tried to win the crowd back by adding little shoutouts to England during the song ("I always have pies, chips and mushy peas when I'm here..."), the crowd still booed when the song was cut short. [NME]
  • Gaga took to her Twitter to apologize for the performance: "Stage manager pulled the plug because I was 5 minutes over my time at V fest. Show was incredible. Ashame people have no respect for music," she wrote, "My fans were lovely and really deserved to hear pokerface. I love you and I'm sorry. X" [ONTD]
  • Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale threw a birthday party for their son, Zuma Nesta Rock, who turned one on Friday. "I'm the chef, and Gwen's more of the party planner," Gavin says, "She takes care of the presents and the guests. I just love to cook for everyone." [E!]
  • Anna Paquin says she doesn't mind showing her breasts during sex scenes on True Blood, as it's more realistic that way: "It's like, I'm sorry, maybe there are a lot of women who keep their bras on while they have sex," Paquin says, "I don't happen to be one of them." [ShowbizSpy]
  • Hugh Hefner is being sued by his estranged wife, Kimberly Conrad, who claims Hefner owes her close to 5 million dollars. [TMZ]
  • Courtney Love is also being sued, by a woman who claims that Love defamed her on the internet, calling her a prostitute and a drug addict. Love claims that she wasn't defaming the woman- she was simply repeating things the woman had told her. [TMZ]
  • "I don't ever feel sexy in small clothes. I always feel really insecure. I don't like wearing make-up. And if I have clean hair and a clean face, I'm more confident because I don't feel like I'm speaking behind a mask. The attention, that other people are telling you that you are beautiful, only feeds insecurities and sort of makes it unbearable."- Megan Fox [ShowbizSpy]
  • Brody Jenner spent his 26th birthday in the hospital after having his appendix removed. [People]
  • "Tough to say. I generally pass out on the couch watching TV and then am startled awake by those commercials for computer-education software with the bald guy who begs you to "try his DVDs."- Wyatt Cenac on his bedtime. [NYMag]
  • Milla Jovovich married director Paul W.S. Anderson in Beverly Hills yesterday; the bride wore a "60s style mini-dress." [People]
  • Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise allegedly had a hand in designing the new uniforms for the Church of Scientology: "The scarlet-lined black capes with skirt and trouser suits are almost identical to the sort of clothes favoured by Tom and Katie, if a little more vampire-themed," says a source, "They gave the new designs the thumbs-up, along with church leader David Miscavige who had overall approval." [DailyMail]
  • Johnny Depp is set to play "lovelorn vampire Barnabas Collins" in a planned three film franchise based on the 60s cult show Dark Shadows. Tim Burton, naturally, is set to direct. [DailyExpress]
  • Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are reportedly getting ready to spend 45 million dollars on a "love nest" in France. "They want to make sure this very romantic property becomes the love nest of all love nests," says a source, "Brad is looking into local schools for the kids, and both he and Angelina are improving their French." [ShowbizSpy]
  • "My stylist tries to find things that are not maternity clothes, so I've been wearing a lot from The Row, by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. I love their clothes," said Klum. "Marc Jacobs too. You just buy things in a size 10 – when you're doing a show on fashion, you still have to bring it on."-Heidi Klum, bringing us the headdesk quote of the day. [ShowbizSpy]
  • Actress Amy Landecker, who is starring in an upcoming Coen Brothers film, set in 1967, had to get a special wig made for her full-frontal nude scene in order to match the times: ""I guess women back then didn't do the whole Brazilian thing, so they had to get a wig for me made," she says, "I was a little self-conscious because I thought the wig was too big, but so long as everyone knows it's not mine, that's OK." [PageSix]
  • Oasis were forced to pull out of their headlining gig at the V festival tonight after Liam Gallagher lost his voice. [TheSun]
  • "Orestes [Arcuni], the young man who played the bellboy, was fantastic — he was really, really good. He's straight, and I told him, 'Close your eyes and just pretend I'm Christie Brinkley.'"-Mad Men's Bryan Batt, who plays Salvatore Romano, on his sex scene in the season premiere. [PageSix]
  • Amy Winehouse's mother, Janis, says there's no way her daughter is getting back together with estranged husband Blake Fielder-Civil: "He's bad news. As far as we're concerned the divorce is still going ahead at the end of the month." [Mirror]
  • "Life couldn't be better, even if I was standing on that beach out there. I'm so good I almost need another one of me to be any better."-Ashton Kutcher [ShowbizSpy]
  • "[I've shot] a lot of time with John. We have a really good relationship. I'm so glad that they're showing two people of color with, like, a really ... loving and nurturing relationship. I haven't really seen that on TV, and certainly not in an interracial relationship, very loving and sweet in a genuine sort of way."-Gabrielle Union on her onscreen relationship with John Cho in the upcoming series Flash Forward. [SciFiWire]
  • Canadian police have intensified their manhunt for murder suspect and former Vh1 reality contestant Ryan Jenkins. [Yahoo]
  • "I think about Bogey a lot, but I don't say, ‘Oh I wish…' I don't think that way. If you live that way, you lose today, and I feel that today is very important. It's the only thing that matters, really. Just to see if you are going to make it to tomorrow."-Lauren Bacall [ONTD]



If a contemporary actress (Amy Landecker) is apologizing for being made up to look like she has natural pubic hair, the world is really fucked up.