Friday, October 31, 2003

When Boy George is your Rasputin, you know things are amiss: Hardly on the scale of things that matter, but the Rosie O'Donnell feud, now trial, with her publisher Gruner + Jahr, is climbing the charts for unintentional comedy. Here's a sample:
G+J blamed its falling out with O'Donnell in part on Boy George, who allegedly urged her to shed the image of a saccharin talk-show queen for that of a caustic comedian and high-profile lesbian. "She went to London and Boy George tells her she is too suburban," said G+J attorney Marty Hyman, citing a June 2002 e-mail that suggested the magazine tackle more controversial subjects.
I wonder if he had anything to do with that awful haircut.

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