The University of South Carolina will be offering a class called "Lady Gaga and the Sociology of Fame" beginning next spring, taught by an obsessed professor with a Gaga fansite. Finally a college class with so many real world applications.
Mel Gibson gets dropped by his talent agency. Ryan Seacrest picks up the tab. Lindsay Lohan won't be able to smoke in prison. James Franco dishes on fake sex with Julia Roberts. Saturday's gossip roundup looks like a Vegas Whore.
DADT won't be repealed until 2011, at the earliest. Robert Gates said yesterday he was "strongly opposed" to DADT changes before the military completes its review of the policy in December. He probably saw that Lady Gaga video. [Daily Intel]
Every day in New York City, celebrities are sweating on the treadmill next to you at the gym and taking up tables at restaurants. Lately in #stalker sightings: Richard Gere, Alan Cumming, Lady Gaga, and Mischa Barton.
As usual, Barbara Walters' "Most Fascinating People of the Year" special wrongly assumed public fascination with a person somehow confers on them the quality of being fascinating. What was most fascinating were Walters' funny faces when she talked about sexuality.