Fergie, of Black Eyed Peas fame, and her husband, actor Josh Duhamel, recently renewed their wedding vows after less than a year of marriage. Um, is that to remind yourself that you are indeed married? In case you forget?
Apparently, Josh blanks out every now and then since Nicole Forrester, a stripper, claimed last November that she had an affair with him while he was shooting Life As We Know It in Atlanta.
Looks like Matthew Fox may need a reminder as well. This just in: stripper Stefani Talbott is claiming she and Matthew slept together on more than one occasion. Click here for more on this.
I'm beginning to see a theme here. Marriage amnesia and strippers. Josh denied Nicole's claims and he and Fergie have presented a united front to the public. Matthew's peeps are also denying any wrongdoing on his part.
Who's to say what really happened? Maybe the boys are innocent. Maybe not. But renewing wedding vows after less than twelve months? This strikes me as a little desperate, as in desperately trying to stay married.
Two people who should probably not stay married are Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller. Not only is Brooke in rehab, Charlie is too, for cocaine and alcohol abuse. This explains the Christmas Day debacle. A couple with two infant sons, engaged in a drug-fueled binge that ends with an arrest. It has the makings of a true Christmas classic.
Two addicts don't make a right. I'm sensing toxic relationship here. I hope someone's looking after those twin boys since their parents are obviously out of commission.
I guess Charlie Sheen's publicist was right when he commented on the Sheen/Mueller holiday fiasco: "Do not be mislead by appearance. Appearance and reality can be as different as night and day. It would benefit everyone not to jump to any conclusion."
I'm the first to admit when I'm wrong. I assumed Charlie was the raging lunatic and Brooke the innocent victim. I was wrong. Charlie AND Brooke are both raging lunatics. The lesson here: take heed of publicists' remarks. They're usually covering up an even bigger scandal than the one they're trying to clean up.