Reportedly, her lawyers have sent the company and a cease and desist letter and has sent a large number of Internet based Gaurana sellers.
Of course now - thanks to the publicity - everyone and their mother will see the ads in question. I wonder how high sales of Gaurana will spike?
Kelly Ripa says she isn't ruling out the possibility of one day going under the knife. The former All My Children bombshell-turned-Live funny lady tells People she has no objection to either nipping or tucking. I've got two words for my favorite morning TV cute—Lisa Rinna. Don't do it K. Rip, just use Oil of Olay and Vaseline!
The National Enquirer is reporting that Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos have split but as Jossip put it The National Enquirer "has a tendency to be speculative and inflammatory as often as it correct and inflammator."
Update: Kelly Ripa's rep told Us Magazine "There is no truth to the story. Their marriage continues to be quite healthy and the National Enquirer should be ashamed for fabricating such an untruthful story."
Okay you knew it was coming. Now that the Idiots In Charge of The-Soap-Opera-Formerly-Known-as-Days-of-Our-Lives have let the phenomenal Blake Berris go, I decided to start out doing a Wishful Casting about where Berris should end up, but it turned into more of an analysis of which soaps are managing to set things up for their next generation the right way, and which ones are getting it wrong, dead wrong.
Much of the daytime industry is experiencing a serious drought in terms of talented, young stars who can actually, you know, act. Save for The Young and the Restless, One Life to Live and General Hospital, the under 30 set at most soaps is pretty much comprised of rejects from the Pamela Anderson School of Acting and Pantomime. I'll start with the soaps in most need of help and work my way up. READ MORE