Friday, January 20, 2006

Yet More Signs Of The Impending Apocalypse

Boyfriend of Felt Up Chepo P. sent in this bone-chilling report from WENN:
Supermodel Kate Moss has found a new man to keep her company while she avoids returning Britain after her drugs scandal - fellow rehab survivor Jack Osbourne.

The pair were spotted dancing together at a post-Golden Globe Awards party at Teddy's nightclub inside Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel on Monday night.

Moss, 32, and Osbourne, 20, have been pals for some time, but onlookers suspect a romance may have bloomed - and a spokesman for the reality TV star insists Osbourne is keen on the catwalk queen.

The representative says, "Jack and Kate have known each other for a while. There have been rumors of a romance for quite a while. I asked him about these about a year ago and he was very coy. He left me with the idea he wouldn't be against the idea."

Moss was recently linked to 20-year-old former English public schoolboy James Burke after spending the New Year with him in Aspen, Colorado. Before that she dated rocker Pete Doherty.

Dear God. I can't really think of much to say, except that a) Kate has incredibly poor taste in men (with the exception of Johnny Depp, of course, but that must have been some sort of prolonged blackout on her part) and b) she sure likes 'em young! But mainly I just want to pluck my eyeballs out and wear a hair shirt for a few weeks while washing my hands in scalding water.

Unclean! I am unclean!

1 comment:

Naughty Secretary Club said...

"Kate Moss was reportedly seen making out with Jack Osbourne earlier this week. The pair engaged in some heavy PDA at a post-Golden Globes soiree at L.A. hotspot Teddy's. "They were making out in front of everyone," says a spy. The New York Daily News says that fellow party-goers Jessica Simpson, Natalie Portman and Kate Hudson seemed positively "aghast" as Moss, 32, "bumped and ground her waiflike charms into" Osbourne who, after losing a lot of weight, has regained the power to see his feet." From so it must be true.