Tony Romo announced that he is not engaged to Jessica Simpson.
Simon Cowell admitted to using Botox.
Hillary Clinton forced reporters of all genders to file their stories out of a men’s bathroom after weeks of complaining about media bias.
It was immediately interpreted as something of a metaphor for the Clinton campaign’s attitude to the press: With Sen. Hillary Clinton at Austin’s convention center for “a Texas-sized townhall,” her media entourage was taken to its work space — in a men’s room of a separate community center.
The tables set up for reporters nearly abutted the urinals. That made for a more spirited rush than usual for the best working space, with female reporters quickly staking out chairs on the small room’s opposite side.
One was too late: That left the unlikely scene of Tina Brown — former editor of Vanity Fair and the New Yorker, friend and biographer of Princess Diana — gamely typing away close to a toilet.
She also bragged about how old she was.
“I think that I have a lifetime of experience that I will bring to the White House. Sen. John McCain has a lifetime of experience that he’d bring to the White House. And Sen. Obama has a speech he gave in 2002.”
7th Heaven star Jessica Biel turned 26, Oscar-robbery victim George Miller turned 63, terrible Geico commercial star Thomas Barbusca turned 5, and legendary Olympian Jackie Joyner Kersee turned 46.