gossip columnist


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Noun1.gossip columnist - a journalist who writes a column of gossip about celebrities
newspaper columnist - a columnist who writes for newspapers
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It's almost too much to bear," says Village Voice gossip columnist Michael Musto.
Gossip columnist Roger Friedman claimed: "It won't be so easy to get rid of Muhammad.
Gossip columnist Cindy Adams claims Rowe will use the proceeds to fund her battle with the troubled 46-year-old singer for custody of the children.
Los Angeles): Bing Crosby, Bela Lugosi, Rita Hayworth, Sharon Tate, Charles Boyer, Jackie Coogan, Jimmy Durante, gossip columnist Louella Parsons, director John Ford, Rosalind Russell, movie pioneer Mack Sennett, Mary Astor, bandleaders Lawrence Welk and Spike Jones, John Candy, Ray Bolger and Mario Lanza.
The cast includes a Jewish girl from Brooklyn who gets a job at a newspaper, a wealthy WASP gossip columnist, and a black playwright.
Although there's a trend this spring toward gowns with plunging necklines, New York Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams is wearing a black velour kimono top with black pants when she dishes for E
1 gossip columnist to the half-hour strip along with the unique resources of America's largest circulation newspaper.
An even more shocking variable has been introduced to the party prince equation," a source told gossip columnist Perez Hilton.
A printer's apprentice took 60 unauthorised proofs and sold them to a royal gossip columnist so the royals took out an injunction and the works, printed at Windsor Castle, were never published.
is the story of a sixteen-year-old high school student, who falls head over heels in love with a gossip columnist .
Widnes's finest is about to launch her latest solo album, The Sea, and Insider hears notorious US online gossip columnist Perez Hilton is already wowed.