While You Were Sleeping


Apr. 9 2008, Published 2:37 p.m. ET

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It’s always the skinniest girls who eat the most, isn’t it? At this past Monday’s Food Bank for New York City gala, chef Mario Batali dished that “Gwyneth Paltrow can eat a lot. She can eat a good amount of food for such a skinny movie star. She can out-eat me in rice dishes, like paella." Supermodel Helena Christensen was not to be outdone, reports Rush & Molloy. "I have the biggest appetite. When I order just for myself, the waiter says, 'And what would you all like to drink?' and my friends are like, 'Wait, we haven't ordered yet!'”

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Who's responsible for reality TV? Why, King of All Media Howard Stern, of course. A new book out by Mike Walker called Get Real! The Sexy, Sacry, Scandalous World of Reality TV claims that Stern was the first to feature the private lives of his producers and writers on his radio show, reports Page Six. He also claims it was Stern who suggested to Ozzy and Sharon Osborne that they should do a TV show about their bizarre family. And we all know how well that worked out!

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Are the Gossip Girl girls starting to act like their on-screen characters? Nan Zhang, who played sidekick Kati Farkas, won’t be returning to the CW show — and some say it's because she and actress Leighton Meester didn’t get along. Gossip Girl creator Josh Scwartz swears its just because Zhang enrolled in Brown University during the writer’s strike, but sources told Gatecrasher that “she was pushed off the show. Leighton didn’t like her, and she went.” Meester’s rep denied the rumor.


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