Thursday, 23 October 2008

Iceland's revenge...

Accusations that ex-Atomic Kitten Kerry Katona was 'ambushed' in her interview on Wednesday's This Morning have been strenuously denied by presenter Phillip Schofield. Her late arrival and slurred speech were solely down to prescription anti-psychotic drugs, and have nothing to do with her history of drink and drug problems, and she was very angry over insinuations to the contrary. But Schofield claims that if she had arrived on time they would never have let the interview take place, given her condition.
And, somewhat enigmatically, he suggested that she may have been "set up". Could this be a covert attempt by Icelandic authorities to undermine British confidence by discrediting our celebrities? And what's next? Now that Magnus Magnusson is deceased he can't finish what he started, but we should keep a close eye on Bjork.

Today's Haiku Film Review:

Dancer In The Dark (2000) -

Tragic musical,
But Bjork's blinding performance
Shows she's a trier.

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