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Weekly Wrap up for June 17, 2012

LINDSAY’S LAUGHING

At least Lindsay Lohan can find some humor in her “dramatic” incident on Friday.  To catch you up, when producers of her Liz Taylor movie for Lifetime tried to reach Linday at her hotel, she would not answer her phone.  Lohan was said to be “unconscious” and paramedics were called.  Yes, she was unconscious.  It’s called sleep.  Turns out Lilo was sleeping very hard after several long days of work and didn’t hear the phone ring.  Oops.  So Lindsay sent this Tweet out this weekend:

“Note to self.. After working 85hours in 4days, and being up all night shooting, be very aware that you might pass out from exhaustion &7 paramedics MIGHT show up @ your door…. Hopefully theyre cute. Otherwise it would be a real let down.”

NAUGHTY TRAILER FOR “MAGIC MIKE”

Channing Tatum’s stripper movie, “Magic Mike” has a naughty European trailer that is red hot!  Ohhhh, baby!  Check it out below…but be WARNED.  THERE IS NUDITY in the clip.  I know, makes you want to watch it even more.  God bless, Matt Bomer.  🙂   FYI.. Channing Tatum will be live on Windy City LIVE on Monday, June 18.  Tune in to watch me salivate.

WHITNEY HOUSTON, DEATH & THE GRAMMYS

The Grammys have unveiled a fascinating new documentary on how they handled the news of Whitney Houston’s death and how they worked to create a tribute to her.  It’s called:  A Death In The Family: The Show Must Go One.  You can watch it here on the Grammy Web site.  The documentary not only features behind-the-scenes types talking about the tragedy, it also includes interviews with first time host LL Cool J who was battling the flu and singer Jennifer Hudson who would perform a touching tribute.  It’s 28 minutes long, but worth a watch.

HEY A&F – CALL ME, MAYBE!

The latest “Call May Maybe” viral video features the hunky, sexy and oh so adorable men of Abercrombie & Fitch singing the Carly Rae Jepsen hit of the summer.  Studs from A&F stores in London, Paris, and New York, among others are featured dancing shirtless.  So all I got to say is, give me them digits.  The phone is in my hand!

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