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The Entertation Index: September 29

September 29, 2010

Brady, Tom – The New England Patriots’ quarterback is sporting a new hairdo that mimics that of 16-year-old singing sensation Justin Bieber.  Critics call the style too juvenile for a grown man, but the superstitious Brady reportedly replied that he wants to make sure that he “scores as much as Bieber will these next few years.”

Link: Brady Channels Bieber (PopEater)

Howdy, neighbor!

Gaga, Lady – The “Poker Face” singer is reportedly buying a house in playground-for-the-rich Martha’s Vineyard.  Known for her crazy outfits and antics, Gaga’s move will be the source of much speculation and consternation among her neighbors, given that her initial permit to build a house entirely out walrus tusks and bat wings was rejected.

Link: Gaga to Martha’s Vineyard? (WWD)

Kardashian, Khloe – The Kardashian sister posted a statement today celebrating her one-year wedding anniversary with NBA player Lamar Odom.  In it she reflects on her love for her husband: “He brings so much laughter, happiness and fun to my life…”  Kardashian later added that Odom also introduced her to a new recipe for toddler-kabobs.

Link: Kardashian Anniversary (Celebuzz)

Palin, Bristol – The Dancing With the Stars contestant performed her first routine without her mom present, but Sarah was in L.A. Monday to support her daughter.  Sarah’s advice to Bristol supposedly ended with, “and if you don’t feel like doing it anymore, you can always quit!”

Link: Palin’s Support (Huffington Post)

Suleman, Nadya – The woman known in the press as Octomom held an auction-style yard sale to raise enough money to ward off foreclosure and welfare.  Among the available items was a diaper bag signed “Octomom,” which, for 14 toddlers, actually turned out to be a circus tent reinforced with steel rods.

Link: Suleman’s Sale (Orange County Register)

Wonderful, POM – The Federal Trade Commission has sued makers of the popular pomegranate drink for making “false and unsubstantiated claims” about improving or preventing conditions ranging from heart disease to prostate cancer to erectile dysfunction.  The FTC will next take aim at Pontiac for “not literally ‘building excitement’.”

Link: POM Sued (Wall Street Journal)

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