Jon Stewart shines, Kanye West whines

Tom Cruise voted sexiest little-man

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Jon Stewart

• Disney may drop Vanessa Hudgens after nude photographs of the High School Musical star leaked onto the Internet. The scandal may be bad for her film career, but it’s done wonders for her fame. Who knew she even existed before this?

Britney Spears allegedly took enough anti-depressants before her disastrous MTV Video Music Awards performance to “floor an elephant.” Luckily, Spears is only the size of a small rhinoceros, so she still managed to walk through her routine.

Kanye West is behaving like a spoiled child. West berated MTV for using Britney to get higher ratings for the VMAs " because a television show that exploits stars for publicity is a new concept. West also said Britney is no longer a force in the music industry and is only popular because she is “important to the tabloids.” What a groundbreaking theory.

• After breaking up with her longtime boyfriend, Heroes star Hayden Panettiere has been photographed acting quite friendly with co-star Milo Ventimiglia. While the actors may play relatives on television, it would appear they are doing an entirely different kind of relating in real life.

Tom Cruise has been voted “Sexiest Little-Man” in a British poll this week. Also on the list are a ton of men who are much sexier than Tom Cruise. Who voted in this poll? The British Scientology League?

The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart will be hosting the Oscars for the second time. Stewart hosted the Oscars two years ago, when his anti-Hollywood jokes fell flat with his egomaniacal Hollywood audience. Hopefully Stewart has learned from his mistakes. If not, it’s still bound to be funny for audiences at home.

Lindsay Lohan’s father Michael Lohan visited her this week at her Utah rehab facility. Lohan claims Lindsay ran up to him screaming with happiness and he picked her up and spun her around in circles. And then he called the tabloids to cash in on his story. What a model father.

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