Anderson Cooper Kicks 'Barbie Mom' Off His Show

He calls his guest "dreadful!" How delightfully Victorian! Anderson Cooper, in addition to becoming a John Slattery-like sex symbol among middle-aged women and probably more than a few bashful men, is quickly becoming one of the most entertaining talk show hosts around. Not entertaining in a Geraldo Rivera-jackass type way, but in that he manages to balance his decorum with an ability to get completely awed by the weirdness of what he has to report. This time it's "Barbie Mom," aka Sarah Burge, a woman who has gone to lengths to make herself look like Barbie. Which is stupid and fine, I guess, but Cooper draws the line when she talks about sticking Botox in her 15 year-old daughter to get her to stop sweating during pageants, kicking her off in what would be a vulgar display of power by AC standards. Take a look.

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In this faux pharmaceutical commercial, Bradley Cooper sells the life-changing drug NZT. The pill makes you sharper, stronger, faster, and smarter and Bradley Cooperier than you ever thought possible. This is a pretty cool way to promote the new film Limitless. In this faux pharmaceutical commercial, Bradley Cooper sells the life-changing drug NZT. The pill makes you sharper, stronger faster, and smarter and Bradley Cooperier than you ever thought possible. It awakens the full potential of brain, allowing you to gain super-human abilities. You'll master any language and remember everything you've ever seen or heard. Of course, with these pluses there are also minuses. Among them are paralysis, psychosis, homicidal blackouts, amnesia, irreversible coma, and death. Another unfortunate side effect of remembering everything you've ever seen or heard, is you'll never forget watching Case 39. But, hey, no diarrhea so that's good. (Movie Viral)


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