Guys! Tons of entertainment news today. I’ll start with the story on Yahoo, where Mark-Paul Gosselaar confesses that Saved by the Bell just “wasn’t a great show”. He goes on to say that the “writing is kind of hokey … it’s very much a piece of that time.”
Um, duh, Mark-Paul. Do you think 13 year old girls were watching it to discuss character interactions and storyline depth? (Although, Kelly Kapowski’s family’s socio-economical status and her ability to rise above being one of several children being raised on unemployment checks, becoming the head cheerleader, the captain of the volleyball team AND the standout star of the short lived all-girl band Hot Sundae would be great fodder for a discussion on the high school caste system.) No, sweetheart. They were watching it to see your smirk and dimples and to check out Albert Clifford in his wrestling uniform. They may have watched to see what hot trends fashionista Lisa was wearing or to see what sort of shenanigans Screech would get himself into this time. But I’ll tell you
one two things. Nobody was watching because of the fantastic writing. Also, nobody was watching because of Jessie Spano.
In other news, Liam Hemsworth decided to put a ring on 19 year old Miley Cyrus. They have been together for three years. And she hasn’t appeared to get herself in much trouble as of lately. Too young for marriage? Perhaps. But who am I to judge such a beautiful (Like, literally. They’re both so pretty!) union?
After battling breast cancer, Sheryl Crow has revealed that in November she was diagnosed with a benign brain tumor. Meaning, that it is causing her no harm and doesn’t really mean anything. Not sure why everyone is fussing over this. Maybe it’s because I dislike Sheryl Crow, for no particular reason. Not that I wish tumors upon her, but let’s move on with our news day, shall we?
Lindsay Lohan had a nip-slip on the set of Liz & Dick, the biopic about Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. It’s not the first time we’ve seen her parts-that-should-be-covered-by-underwear, and I’m sure it won’t be the last.