Friday, May 29, 2009

Justice, Hollywood Style--a Mamarazzi cross-post

(This morning when I was in a huge rush, guess which website refused to load for my Mamarazzi post. That's right--Mamarazzi. So I posted it here, instead.

But now it's on Mamarazzi, so what are you doing here? Go read it there.)

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Petunia Pig look-alike Candy Spelling and Frankendaughter Tori don't get along. At all. And they keep thrashing it out in public, via books, interviews, and Candy's blog.

Candy just fired off a new salvo by claiming, in a recent radio interview, that Tori caused Aaron Spelling's death.

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The fact that Aaron was 83 years old at the time of his death had apparently nothing to do with it. Nor did his oral cancer (please note the pipe in the above photograph) or the stroke that actually killed him.

Now, obviously Tori isn't implicated in her father's death.

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Although I can't say the same thing about her roots. (OK, maybe they didn't kill him. But they're killing me.)

There's only one way to settle this.

With a good old-fashioned Dynasty-style cat fight:

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  1. Todays Chicago Tribune newspaper section 3 has a casting call for the Chicago Housewives is Mrs Buxom auditioning? Hollywood Style

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  2. And now I would like to announce that the Tribune has picked up CandidCandace for their upcoming brand new website Chicago Now! They have picked 40 of their favorite local bloggers and hope to have 80 by the end of the month. It’s a hot new website dedicated solely to Chicago with something for everyone so don’t miss it!!! Add your blog today.

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  3. "No, I'm not here to gloat" (I'm here to open a big ol' can of whuup-ass on you)

    OMG - I never saw this before!
    And no, I don't live under a rock; I don't know how this shocking oversight could have happened!

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  4. fab! but no falling in a pond. Extra points for falling in a pond.

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  5. I do love drama! It kinda makes everything a tad bit interesting.

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  6. I am not a fan of Tori Spelling, but she must have had a horrible childehood if she was brought up by someone that mean and vindictive. How could any sane parent say that publically about their daughter? They couldn't.

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  7. I've got a soft stop for Tori and her gigantic, U shaped jaw. Bad, bad Candy Spelling.

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  8. urg, that should say soft SPOT.

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  9. 3:46 seconds of my life I will never get back...but I enjoyed every moment of it. Thanks Poppy...perhaps we shall watch some blogger re-enact it at BlogHer? Oh....I hope so...

    Also, note to self, I've gone too long without giant shoulder pads, back buttons and sequins. Must. Fix. Fashion. Life.

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