The week that was: Celebrity gossip

DANIEL CRAIG: The James Bond franchise, which had been suffering from financial troubles, is back on with the British hunk taking the lead. Get back to the gym, Danny boy!

SHAKIRA: The sexy singer revealed she split with longtime bf Antonio de la Rua in August. Wow, she kept that quiet. She may have loose hips, but not loose lips.

RACHEL ZOE: The reality stylist announced she is having a boy. Can I get Rachel’s hand-me-downs, then?

THE KENNEDYS: The History Channel, FX, Showtime and Starz all passed on the miniseries about the famous dynasty. Calling MTV!

CHARLIE SHEEN: The actor failed to report to work on Two and a Half Men after embarking on a drinking and sex rampage in Vegas. His publicist blamed an ear infection. Is that code for chlamydia?

BRITNEY SPEARS: The pop tart released a wretched new song, Hold it Against Me. Oops, she did it again.

KELSEY GRAMMER: His ex, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Donatacci, implied that he liked to cross dress. This sounds like a case for Frasier Crane.

HOLLY MADISON: The former Playmate said that producers of Vegas’ burlesque revue Peepshow said she was too fat. We women prefer the word “curvy,” thank you.

TED WILLIAMS: The broadcaster turned beggar turned broadcaster entered rehab. He’ll fit into Hollywood just fine now.

NICOLE KIDMAN: The Oscar winner says she tried Botox and didn’t like it. Better said: It didn’t like her.

“DYNASTY:” The ’80s classic is headed to the big screen. Start prepping those shoulders now.

STEPHANIE SEYMOUR: The model insists the kiss she shared with her son on the beach was motherly. Just the way Angelina Jolie insisted that Oscar kiss with her brother was sisterly. Blech.

PETER FONDA: The Easy Rider called 911 after seeing a dead body in a car. Fonda felt responsible, since the guy had just watched his sister Jane in Monster In Law.


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