LOS ANGELES – Anna Faris Sex Texts and Sends Inappropriate Message to a Small Child | The Most Beautiful Transsexual in the Universe Crowned | Tyra 'Saddened' Over Paulina’s Boot From Antm?
Anna Faris embodies the all-American good girl vibe, but it turns out that the bubbly blonde and her beau had quite a mischievous little lovin' tradition.
"My fiancé and I, when we first met, we had sex-text-Wednesdays. Every Wednesday we would text each other the naughtiest things," Faris told Tarts at last week's T-Mobile Sidekick LX™ launch party at Hollywood's Paramount Studios. "I was always so terrified that I would accidentally send it to my dad, because my dad is right below my fiancé in my phone list, that would be terrifying, but it was really fun."
However Faris's father wasn't the one who received an inappropriate text message.
"I sent a text to a small child, asking the small child if they wanted to get drunk with me," she admitted. "But I meant it for my friend. The small child said, 'I don't know what getting drunk means' so bless the small child's little heart."
But when Faris isn't sweating over her SMS, she's working up some serious sweat as summer approaches.
"My fiancé and I have been running, we have a new puppy so we've been running every day," the 32-year-old said. "But I hate it when actors talk too much about their workout regiments because personally, I hate every second of it, and I hate to give the impression that we just LOVE working out."
And unlike most Hollywood hotties that insist the camera puts on weight, Faris said it actually works to her advantage.
"It is all smoke and mirrors! They filter that camera and push my boobies up and suck me in," she laughed.
Also at the star-studded bash were the likes of Kim Kardashian, Amanda Bynes, Pink, Carey Hart, Lauren Conrad, Emmy Rossum, Adrian Grenier (who showed up late and denied a fan a photo) as well as Paris Hilton who well, made it clear how she feels about her "Best Friend Forever", Brittany Flickinger.
"I've been busy working, finishing my album," Hilton told us. "BFF is coming out in a couple of weeks, it’s a lot better than last season and I actually found a real friend." Meeeeeeow!
Donald Trump is the proud owner of Miss Universe, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA -- but we wonder if he’ll make a pitch to purchase a pageant of a slightly different kind, Miss Tiffany’s Universe Ladyboy.
Before a live television audience of over 15 million, 20-year-old Sorrawee Nattee was officially crowned Miss Ladyboy 2009 in Thailand over the weekend after beating out 29 hopefuls who competed in categories for Best Costume, Miss Photogenic and Miss Unlimited Sexy Star.
Back in 1974, Tiffany’s Show started as a small cabaret show on the south-end of Thailand’s Pattaya coast with only 3 performers who dazzled the staged by channeling their inner Barbara Streisand and Donna Summer. Fast forward to 2009, the Miss Tiffany’s organization is proud to put on the over- the-top annual pageant where the crème de la crème of Thailand’s "kathoeys," or "ladyboys" compete for the crown. And despite the well, unique angle to the pageant it is taken every bit as seriously as traditional tiara tilts as organizers seek to build awareness of transgender issues.
Despite telling Access Hollywood that she was fired as a judge from "America’s Next Top Model" because she was butting heads with host Tyra Banks, Pop Tarts has been told that booted judge Paulina Porizkova was told to run off the runway because of the recession.
"The current state of the economy has forced shows to make major budget cuts industry wide; and ‘America’s Next Top Model’ is not immune to these financially challenging times. We've had to make significant cuts in every area of the production and, unfortunately, Paulina was a casualty of these cuts," Executive Producer Ken Mok said in a statement on Monday. "Tyra, who pursued Paulina to join the show as a judge multiple times, was incredibly saddened by the decision the show was forced to make. We really enjoyed working with Paulina, and we wish her all the best in her future endeavors."