Rib-Tickling Tiger Woods Jokes Flood the Comedy Marketplace

Posted Dec 8th 2009 at 05:58 PM by Tricia Romano

Last night, David Letterman returned from vacation armed with Tiger Woods jokes. As he said, "three months ago, I'd have material for a year!" He was talking about his own cheating scandal, which made his monologue meta and double-edged with meaning. But Dave's not the only one getting in a few good jokes at the golfer's expense: we take a look at some of the best....

High Infidelity: Rachel Uchitel Joins Ranks of Other Women

Posted Dec 4th 2009 at 06:45 PM by Tricia Romano

The Other Woman occupies a scandalous place in history. Even though it takes two to tango, the Other Woman is usually the target of scorn and ridicule. High profile celebrities like Tiger Woods have it especially bad; their mistresses are often paraded around in the pages of the tabloids and on blogs, sometimes even with a scoring system comparing them all (Gawker!) We look at some of the more f...

Meredith Baxter Joins Other Stars Who Came Out Later in Life

Posted Dec 3rd 2009 at 04:00 PM by Tricia Romano

On Wednesday, 'Family Ties' mom Meredith Baxter dropped a bomb on the TV world when she announced that she now identifies herself as a lesbian. This may have come as a surprise to fans since she's been married three times and has five kids. Her announcement was an attempt to preempt a tabloid report revealing her relationship with building contractor Nancy Locke. But Baxter joins other celebrit...

Who Makes the Best Career Decisions in Hollywood: ACTRESS EDITION

Posted Nov 27th 2009 at 06:00 AM by Tricia Romano

It's November, which means it's officially time to think about the Oscars. People are already placing bets on the top performances even if they haven't seen them yet (think the soon-to-be-released and highly-anticipated 'Nine'). There are some actresses who have been on the road to Oscardom ever since they began emoting; others found a way out of their earlier career mishaps and have reinvented th...

Who Makes the Best Career Decisions in Hollywood: ACTOR EDITION

Posted Nov 18th 2009 at 08:00 PM by Tricia Romano

It's November, which means it's officially time to think about the Oscars. People are already placing bets on the top performances even if they haven't seen them yet (think the soon-to-be-released and highly-anticipated 'Nine'). There are some actors who have been on the road to Oscardom ever since they began emoting; others found a way out of their earlier career mishaps and have reinvented the...

Janet Jackson Keeps Things Mysterious

Posted Nov 16th 2009 at 02:16 PM by Tricia Romano

Unlike her late brother, Janet Jackson's life hasn't been as scrutinized. Throughout her career, she's maintained an aura of mystery, successfully keeping much of her private life private -- a feat in today's Internet age when too much info is divulged instantaneously online. We look at some of the rumors that have followed Janet (who releases a greatest hits CD this week) throughout her career. ...

It's the End of the World, and We Love It

Posted Nov 10th 2009 at 10:50 AM by Tricia Romano

We at PopEater love our scenes of mass destruction. So, it seems, do moviegoers and TV addicts. 'Lost' started out with a plane crash. 'V' unfurled with an alien invasion. And 'Flash Forward''s simultaneous blackouts caused ships to sink and planes to fall out of the sky. Coming out this week is the long-awaited film '2012,' which deals with -- what else -- the end of the world. Directed by Rol...

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