Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
"Darci's Walk of Shame" - Literally! : "Veronica Mars" and Zach Braff might be able to persuade people to give them their money to make a movie, but Melissa Joan Hart... not so much. The former "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" star attempted to resurrect her film career with the project "Darci's Walk of Shame." The film is described as the story of what goes down after "an impulsive act has Darci face enormous hurdles to get back to her sister's wedding and avoid her family witness her first walk of shame." She asked her supporters (a mere 315 people handed over their cash) "to do what Hollywood won't, and that is to take a chance on me as the lead of a romantic comedy film." The "Melissa & Joey" star last headlined the big screen's "Drive Me Crazy" in 1999. The project aimed to raise $2 million, but only garnered $51,605 from just over 300 supporters.
Miley Forgot Her Pants! : Opps, it's just another day with Miley Cyrus - sans pants! The former Disney star kept her "I'm edgy now" theme going when she reTweeted an Instagram photo of herself from a photo shoot for fashion designer Jeremy Scott where she's wearing only a skull print jacket (with matching boots) and pink underwear.
When Bad Things Happen To Pricey Cars : Kanye West's Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4, which was a gift from his baby mama Kim Kardashian, had a gatecrasher moment - literally! Check out Kanye's car (TMZ reported he was not driving the car at the time) getting up close and personal with Kim's electric front gate. No word how much touchup paint for a $750,000 car costs!
Peacock, Peacock, Password Peacock, Peacock, Peacock : What happens when a "Saturday Night Live" sketch becomes reality?! After poking fun at Google Glass on a recent "Weekend Update," "SNL's" Fred Armisen has finally come face-to-glass with the real thing! Enjoy the actor trying out the latest tech must-have for the first time! (Will the actor start sporting the gadget?)
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