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The Entertation Index: October 27

October 27, 2010

Collins, Joan –  After proclaiming that Angelina Jolie was the only “beautiful” woman currently in Hollywood and that Jennifer Aniston was just “cute,” Collins expounded by saying she had considered Catherine Zeta-Jones, Scarlett Johansson, and Megan Fox, but only Jolie made the cut.  Onlookers began to question Collins’ assessments, though, when she continued by saying that Jim Belushi was “totally hawt” and that Joy Behar was “the dopest shizz.”

Link: Collins Clarifies (LimeLife)

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Lohan, Lindsay – The reportedly broke Inferno star is looking for a “sponsor” to pay the $50,000 she’ll need for three months at the Betty Ford Center.  Red Bull and Grey Goose vodka are considered to be the front runners.

Link: Lohan Back to Rehab (PopEater)

Richards, Keith – As Tomlin put it so well Sunday, the media is trying hard to find and/or create an unbridgeable rift between Richards and fellow Stone Mick Jagger.  Huffington Post quotes Richards’ reaction to Jagger’s control over the band as annoyed at first, but “then [it] slowly enraged me.”  Given Richards’ often glazed demeanor, though, it would be difficult to gauge the difference between mild annoyance and “slowly enraged.”

Link: Richards + Jagger (Huffington Post)

Sheen, Charlie – The Two and a Half Men star was found naked and drunk in a trashed hotel room Tuesday, reportedly with a prostitute.  His publicist explains it away as an allergic reaction to prescription meds, but really, has Sheen ever been “found” any other way?

Link: Sheen Admitted (L.A. Times)

Stewart, JonThe Daily Show host tops Ask Men’s list Top 49 Most Influential Men of 2010, beating out Kanye West, Mark Zuckerberg, and President Obama.  He is described in the article as disseminating “fake news,” but seriously, have you seen what passes as “real” news lately?  Go Jon.

Link: Stewart Tops List (Yahoo)

Truth, The Whole – ABC has cancelled its legal drama The Whole Truth, which starred Maura Tierney, after just a few episodes.  It will be replaced by seven legal dramas.

Link: Another Show Cancelled (EW)

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