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BLIND ITEMS: Kim Cattrall Dishes About Cyrus’s ‘Sex’ Cameo, Chloë Sevigny Blasts ‘Big Love’, Demi Moore Thinks ‘G.I. Jane’ Is Underrated, Katherine Heigl Apologizes For Blaming Writers For Emmy Snub


Just like the episode of Sex and the City where Samantha finds herself driven to the edge when she has to cater to the PR needs of a rich 16 year old socialite, Kim Cattrall found herself envious of teen pop star Miley Cyrus on the set of Sex and the City 2. Cyrus apparently had a much shorter work day than the rest of the actresses appearing in the film and during an appearance on the British chat show, The Friday Night Project, she told the host Alan Carr:

She [Cyrus] was very sweet, I mean she came for literally two hours. I mean, we do 19 hour days so I was quite envious. She comes at 16 (years old) with her posse (entourage), very sweet, very nice, dressed ready to go… did her bit and then she was gone. We were there til four or five in the morning!

Cattrall may have been envious of Cyrus’ light schedule, but she said she wouldn’t have wanted to have been as famous when she was in her teens:

She was lovely, very simple. Sort of had a very strong American accent, sort of naive… you know she’s so young. She’s 16, come on. I would hate to be a young person in this business with all of that pressure.

Full clip of the interview below:



In an interview with The Onion, Big Love actress Chloë Sevigny says she wasn’t a fan of the most recent season of the HBO show for which she won a Golden Globe awards for Best Actress. She said:

It was awful this season, as far as I’m concerned. I’m not allowed to say that! [Gasps.] It was very telenovela. I feel like it kind of got away from itself. The whole political campaign seemed to me very farfetched. I mean, I love the show, I love my character, I love the writing, but I felt like they were really pushing it this last season. And with nine episodes, I think they were just squishing too much in. HBO only gave us nine Sundays, because they have so much other original programming—especially with The Pacific—and they only have a certain amount of Sundays per year, so we only got nine Sundays. I think that they had more story than episodes. I think that’s what happened.

Not many actresses would have the guts to call the critically acclaimed show they’re the star of “awful”, but then Sevigny has never been worried about being politically correct for the sake of her career. After all, she did accept a role in The Brown Bunny where she had to “service” Vincent Gallo on camera. The next Nicole Kidman, she is not. For that I think we can all be thankful.



In an interview that appears in the latest issue of C Magazine, Demi Moore reveals she was hurt by the poor reception for her film G.I. Jane, which was critical and commerical flop when it was released in 1997. She said:

It was really underrated, at a moment when they (critics) just didn’t want to let me win. But, to this day, it is still one of my favourite films that I have had the privilege to be in.

She was so affected by the film’s release that she lost some of her passion for her career:

It was that kind of crushing that really sent me into a space that lost a little bit of passion and maybe disheartened me.

I wonder what she has to say about Striptease, which was another disappointment despite the fact that it featured a several nude scenes with Moore dancing around a stripper pole? Time for a follow up interview.



Katherine Heigl is featured on the cover the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly along with the headline, “I’m Sorry.” In the magazine, Heigl apologizes for her treatment of the writer’s the ABC show Grey’s Anatomy, whose success catapulted her into her role as a lead actress in the movies. Heigl drew fire for withdrawing her name from consideration for the 2007 Emmy awards and released a statement at the time that said:

I did not feel I was given the material this season to warrant a nomination.

It was a public slap in the fact to the hard working writer’s on the show and it is a decision she says she now regrets:

So much about living life, to me, is about humility and gratitude. And I’ve tried very hard to have those qualities and be that person and I’m just so disappointed in myself that I allowed it to slip. Of course, of course I’m grateful. How can I not be grateful? I have been afforded such a wonderful life.  And to have come this far and to have this kind of success and the freedom and the choices it allows me… The fact that I could even have Naleigh in my life — adoption isn’t cheap — is something to be so unbelievably grateful for. I am disappointed in myself for allowing that perception to exist… There’s nothing more gross than [the idea of] somebody in my position being ungrateful… And I hope that in the coming years I can change people’s minds about that. The six years [I spent on Grey’s] were important years, and I don’t want them to be demeaned. And that’s another reason why I’m so annoyed with myself. I let myself demean something that was actually very beautiful and very important. Like any job, there are ups and downs. But I don’t want to demean what that experience was. I don’t want it to become about this negativity that I’ve spewed.

It seems strange she was so concerned about the poor quality writing on Grey’s Anatomy when she has chosen to star in movies like The Ugly Truth. Although maybe she doesn’t read the scripts she’s offered; just the zeros on the check.

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