gossip writer

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gossip writer

gossip columnist ngiornalista m/f scandalistico/a
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Yet as a veteran gossip writer and son of a London vacuum company manager, he understood better than most the success-obsessed middle class and, in his exclamatory catchphrase, their "champagne wishes and caviar dreams!" He offered voyeuristic access to the decadent playgrounds of the 1 percent, from Hollywood to the Riviera, and he packaged it as a veneration of free-market, up-by-your-bootstraps capitalism.
The syndicated gossip writer was born in Fort Worth, Texas.
Norman said at the time: "I was working as a gossip writer on the Daily Sketch for my sins, which was the only job I could get, and she was working as a very highly respected writer on the Daily Herald, as it was then.
The former Miss Sweden Famously waded into Rome's Trevi Fountain in the film about a gossip writer's view of the city - earning Vatican condemnation at the time.
Celebrity gossip writer Perez Hilton retweeted the video of Joanne's implants being turned on, and journalists Caitlin Moran and Pete Paphides also tweeted about the clip.
The couple fled to the US when the tycoon's empire collapsed and despite being tracked down, Dunne's wife, former gossip writer Gayle Killilea, refused to accept the court papers.
However, only a year out of the Arts Educational School, Matt looked more like Tintin boy reporter than the 30-something cynic and reluctant gossip writer he was playing.
Gulzar, the father of two young daughters, Inaya and Deena, said it was tragic that the gossip writer had "dragged the small angels in his fabrication", reports The News.
The gossip writer revealed he thought Katie would "go upwards" post the divorce and said: "Look at Nicole Kidman.
If just one reporter had found out, all hell would have broken loose." By now Barbra was telling friends that she'd met "the most wonderful man in the world - a guy who makes me feel so tender and warm and looked after." When someone at a nightclub asked who it was, she whispered the name and a passing gossip writer overheard.
The shabby sleuth investigates the complex case of a murdered Hollywood gossip writer, using his unique talents to interrogate a smooth-talking funeral director once romantically involved with the victim 1998 *** Coraline (Channel 4, 4.25pm - 6.25pm) Stop-motion animated fantasy based on Neil Gaiman's novel, with the voices of Dakota Fanning and Teri Hatcher A bored youngster finds a secret door leading to a magical world inhabited by idealised versions of her family and neighbours.
I was lying on my bed like Dracula, looking at the ceiling" Actress Penelope Cruz on how she protected her voice "Anyone know that in Japanese 'Ringo Starr' means 'apple sauce'?" Gossip writer Cindy Adams "Gordon Brown and Simon Cowell both have something in common.