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The Australian equivalent to America's Kim Stolz is Ruby Rose, an out lesbian MTV VJ. At close to 6' tall with dark brown hair and bangs that hang just above her sparkly green eyes, she is always smiling when in front of the camera.
The Sydney-based brunette became known outside of her homeland over the summer when she was spotted holding hands and kissing Jess Origliasso of the twin-pop band The Veronicas, which toured with Disney teens The Jonas Brothers.
Jess' bisexuality came into question and Ruby was dragged into the tabloids with her.
Ruby Rose (left) with Jess Origliasso
Most recently, Rose has been "spotted" kissing the “straight” Australia's Next Top Model contestant, Samantha Downie.
Rose (who is only 21) seems unfazed by it, though, and says she's dating someone who isn't Jess, but won't comment further on it.
She recently told Australia's The Daily Telegraph, "I'm sick of seeing »
2 October 2008 7:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The following feature-length motion pictures have been reviewed and rated by the Classification and Rating Administration pursuant to the Motion Picture Classification and Rating program. Each of the designated ratings is defined as follows under the Motion Picture Classification and Rating program.
G -- General Audiences. All ages admitted.
PG -- Parental Guidance Suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
PG -13 --Parents Strongly Cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.
R -- Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.
Nc-17 -- No One 17 And Under Admitted
Film Distributor ReasonRating 1. Bam Margera Presents
Warner Home Video
Rated for pervasive language, crude and sexual content.
R 2. Bolt Featurette
Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture
Rated for for some mild action.
3. Bugs: Special Editor
Image Entertainment, Inc.
Rated for creature violence and bloody imagesR 4 Center Stage: Turn It Up
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Rated for brief strong language. »
This Week In Terrifying Hybrids 1. Jackass + Competitive Eating - Bam Margera + G4's beautiful vision of a vomit spirograph = g4's Hurl! Hurl! Does that exclamation point indicate a command (as in "Hurl, Dude!") or just general excitement about the prospect of televised regurgitation (as in, "Woo! That guy's totally gonna hurl!")? It's probably a little of both. When I first found out about g4's puke parade game show, Hurl!, I thought it was a competitive vomiting show, as in "Tonight, these three contestants will eat 48 mushroom and swiss cheese Hot Pockets. But how many of the delicious savory pockets will they throw up? Grab a bucket: It's the Hot Pocket Hot Vomit Challenge on Hurl!." But, as it turns »
The New York Post claimed Margera was captured on film performing sex acts on Lindsay Hughes - the fiancee of New York radio host Gregg 'Opie' Hughes.
But the report has now been proved to be false.
In a retraction, the newspaper says, "We reported that Hughes was taking legal action against a disgruntled ex-employee of the radio duo who had acquired the rights to the video.
"We have since learned that this information, supplied by (U.S. magazine) Steppin' Out's Chaunce Hayden, was entirely incorrect. There is no sex tape. Further, Hughes' fiancee (Lindsay Hughes) has never met the MTV star (Bam Margera)." »
Jackass regular Bam Margera is at the centre of a sex tape scandal - with racy footage of the star reportedly set to be released on a pay-per-view website.
The TV star - who has previously been romantically linked to Jessica Simpson - is allegedly shown in the tape performing sex acts with blonde Lindsay Hughes, the fiancee of New York radio host Gregg 'Opie' Hughes.
U.S. magazine Steppin' Out reports the tape has been obtained by a former employee of Gregg Hughes, who is now considering taking legal action in a bid to stop the film being published on the Internet.
The publication's Chaunce Hayden tells New York gossip column PageSix, "They're doing the nasty - and I mean nasty. Hughes is taking legal action to prevent its distribution.
"Apparently, he's so distraught, he's banned the name 'Bam' from being mentioned on the (radio) show."
The alleged video footage is sure to put Margera's one-year marriage to Melissa Rothstein under further pressure. Just months into their marriage, in July 2007, Rothstein reportedly gave the star an ultimatum - to quit drugs or end up divorced. »
He tells Usmagazine.com, "I was like, 'I give him a month, and he'll be dead, guaranteed.'"
The troubled 33-year-old was charged with possession of cocaine earlier this month and just days after the incident, Steve-o checked himself into Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he received treatment following a reported suicide attempt.
Although he was convinced Steve-o was heading for an early grave, Margera hopes his friend's spell in rehab, which began on 16 March, will save him.
Margera adds, "He's actually in high spirits from what I hear. He's happy in there and is making jokes about himself like, 'I officially made it to the loony bin!' He's a character.
"He's doing really good, which everybody is real glad about. He was really bonkers." »
6 items from 2008
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