Blind Item (08/07/2016)

This C-list actress / singer was a member of one of the biggest groups of all time, but she’s launching a new musical venture and she’s planning on capitalising on the tension-ridden race relations to market the group to black America. It’s going to be controversial as hell.

Who is she?

Blind Item (06/07/2016)

This A-list personality has worked the same job for what feels like an eternity. He’s been very popular in the public eye and he’s likely a household name, but he’s sick of his job and he wants to quit. He hasn’t been emotionally invested in the role for the past couple of years and he wants to retire, but he can’t. When it comes to actually quitting, he quivers, worries and panics, and signs on up once again.

Who is she?

Blind Item (05/07/2016)

As you may know Goop (Gwyneth Paltrow) is often chastised within the gossip community for her habit of collecting celebrity friends and trying her hardest to act cool, but all the while people have been focusing on the Goopster, they’ve missed another B-list celebrity who is just as patronising, desperate and pretentious. More about her? She’s a former B-list television actress that was on one of the hottest television shows of the modern era.

Who is she?

Blind Item (30/06/2016)

This comes directly from a high-ranking, self-admitted bitter source at a network. He’s talking of an A-list singer that used to work over there. He claims when she was there, she was very sweet but very fake, and would constantly spout sermons from her religious doctrine. The news story broke that she’d lapsed and she’d changed to a second more controversial, and he was stunned, knowing how devout she once was.

After he got talking to an executive within the music industry, he discovered, however, that the A-list singer had been practising the second controversial for at least 3 years before the network source even knew her. She was a fake Bible basher.

Who is she?


Blind Item (27/06/2016)

How do you market a product that is considered utterly lamentable by most of the general public? You shift focus to a different part of said product, a part of the product that isn’t considered nearly as toxic and actually has previously conjured exaltation and excitement from the public.

It’s the approach a studio is taking to marketing this upcoming movie, which is causing great uncertainty and turmoil for a lot of people’s futures and projects, an uncertainty that continues to spread across every sect of the studio like a pestilential disease.

What is the movie?

What is the toxic part?

What is the not-so-toxic part?