No really? I don't believe it. Wow! Unpopular Idol judge Kara DioGuardi takes it upon herself to inform the world about Adam Lambert's preference in love biscuits. According to ABC, she told The View, "I don't think that Adam Lambert was ever in [the closet]. I think he was always openly out." When Walters asked again if the new Idol judge thinks Lambert "was always openly out," because that wasn't necessarily the public perception (In Barbara Walters' head if nowhere else), DioGuardi countered, "I think he was. I mean from what I've seen ... I do. I never thought he wasn't." Which, of course, prompts me to wonder what exactly she's seen and why she isn't sharing. Meanwhile, in related news, Adam responds to Clay Aiken's diss. Clay blogged about hating Adam's singing and then he blogged an apology and then he went back to obscurity. Adam told Access Hollywood, “I don’t know Clay. I’m glad he’s getting headlines now though, because he wasn’t before. If he wants to ride my coattails about it, good for him.” Burn.
Candy Spelling "clarifies" comment about Tori "killing" her dad If you scroll down you'll see the story about Candy Spelling saying Tori "killed" Aaron Spelling. Now Candy is taking to the Huffington Post to explain that wasn't exactly what she meant: "I didn't intend to create headlines. I was asked a question about my daughter not speaking with my family, and I answered truthfully. My husband was very ill, and he had stopped eating and taking liquids. He called Tori on a daily basis, and never stopped asking if Tori had returned his call. We had to say no every day." She didn't intend to create headlines? What did she intend to create? Oysters? Alien ponies? Uranium?
Tintin gets a date It's far off in the future, though, and the movie will premiere in Europe and Asia and pretty much everywhere else first. Variety reports that, "Steven Spielberg's "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn" will hit U.S. theaters in December 2011 -- long after bowing internationally.Paramount Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment unveiled plans to release the motion capture pic Stateside on Dec. 23, 2011. But in an unusual move, film will launch internationally in late October and early November 2011 ... The two studios also revealed that they will release "Tintin" in 3-D, a move that had been mulled for several months. Insiders said the dailies convinced them that 3-D would offer the best rendition."