Nadya Suleman unveils her final surgical procedure to make her look just like Angelina Jolie.
Octomom Nadya Suleman got in an argument with her mom over her decision to have all eight embryos implanted in her uterus and it was all caught on video tape. RadarOnline.com has exclusive video that shows the Octomom ranting like an absolute lunatic to her mom about her decision to make her own platoon of children.
“I will never understand,” Angela tells her daughter about Nadya’s decision to have in vitro. “You should have considered your other six children.”
“You can’t go back and alter the past. Done, done, done,” an agitated Nadya tells her mom. When the discussion turns toward adoption sparks fly and Angela gets an intense reaction from Octo-mom when she says her reaction to seeing the octuplets for the first time was: “I felt sorry for them.”
Kate Winslet wins an Oscar for Best Actress in “The Reader.”
Once again Hollywood got it wrong and managed to bore the masses to sleep with their horrible presentation of the 81st edition of the Academy Awards. Caving once again to the politically correct crowd, the academy gave the “best actor” award to Sean Penn of his portrayal of Harvey milk in the film “Milk.” It was a virtually unwatchable movie about a gay man in San Francisco. The story is so old and irrelevant that the movie only made 28 million before it was released to DVD. Nobody remembers Harvey Milk.
“Slumdog Millionaire” took eight awards even though the movie only made 3.4 million dollars domestically. That means that just over 300,000 people paid to see this film, yet it wins eight academy awards. I have seen it and it is an interesting story, but again Hollywood decided to give Bollywood some credibility for their mostly unwatchable movies.
Every year Hollywood pushes this politically correct nonsense on America and every year on the morning after the people that produce this horrible show wonder why no one watches it. It’s fascinating. The real best actor should have been Brad Pitt or Mickey Roarke. I don’t think Brad pitt is the best actor in Hollywood, but he was wonderful in “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.” Mickey Roarke was incredible in “The Wrestler.”
Imagine the news that would have made. Cinderella come back story. Mickey Roarke comes back from obscurity to win the Academy Award. But the Academy does what it always does. Tries to portray itself as being mainstream and politically correct. Maybe next year . . . NOT! JD