When the barista wouldn't give her a latte for free, this actress offered him oral pleasure to settle her tab. This pop star wants to get into acting. And these two stars are doing all sorts of charity work—and they don't even get free coffee.
1. "When this C List, once B list actress wasn't given a free coffee at her favorite java joint, she began to loudly pout to other customers because she didn't have any money on her. When no one stepped up to buy her a drink, she offered to give the Barista a blow-job in exchange for her free drink. Embarrassed, he told her he'd a hundred times just rather give her a free drink and quickly shoved a drink at her and asked to leave." [BuzzFoto]
2. "What Aussie pop star recently got help for her drinking problem and is now back in Hollywood taking acting lessons? The tiny entertainer, who got her start on soaps, says she's given up singing and wants to go back to her acting roots." [Blind Gossip]
3. "Unless you watch tween shows you probably will have no idea who this person is. She is pretty big in the tweener world. I would call her a B in the tween world and a D everywhere else. Although she plays a teen on a hit cable tween show she actually is old enough to drink, and has been for awhile. She also spends a great deal of time raising money for new animal shelters, taking in animals until they can be adopted, volunteering at animal shelters and anything else she can do protect animals. At one point she even bought some land because she wanted to be able to take care of more animals instead of seeing them killed in a shelter." [CDaN]
4. "This television host used to be one of the brightest stars. Then, some bad career and girlfriend choices led him to what almost seemed like permanent exile. He was still on the air, but no one ever watched. Maybe he changed his karma though because things have started to get better. All that time he spends visiting cancer patients of all ages probably helps. With no cameras and no prompting, our host tries to spend about 10 hours a week visiting with patients and cheering them up. When you think about celebrities sentenced to community service who always complain to the judge about how they are busy and blah blah blah. This guy does this of his own free will and does at least 10 hours a week and is way more busy than the whiners who get arrested all the time." [CDaN]