Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Disgraced Toronto mayor Rob Ford caused quite the stir last month when he denied performing oral sex on a female staffer in the most Rob Ford- ian coining this phrase now way possible : He said he had "more than enough to eat at home. Can we all collectively sue for the mental distress that quote caused us? Secondary response: Ford can't be th e first celebrity to talk so candidly about oral sex. And, go figure, he's not—in fact, a lot of other well-known figures in politics and entertainment have spoken about it, going as far back as J. Edgar Hoover.
Paltrow has fairly exacting standards. No matter her personal performance, you are contractually obligated to tell her it was Oscar-worthy. I honestly feel as terrible talking about this and you do reading it. I think the problem probably lies in her inability to take any criticism or suggestions from a partner. Oprah believes she has discovered the one true way to enlightenment and that absolutely extends to the bedroom. Listen, the sex itself is probably going to be disappointing but the Williams-Sonoma gift basket on the way out is beyond. And the private jet home?
Five women accuse actor James Franco of inappropriate or sexually exploitative behavior
It should have been a pure moment of triumph for James Franco. Tither-Kaplan is one of five women who, in interviews with The Times, accused Franco, 39, of behavior they found to be inappropriate or sexually exploitative. Four were his students, and another said he was her mentor.
How much information is too much information? It all depends on who you ask, but many celebrities prefer to keep their private lives private. Not these celebs, though. In what could easily be the most TMI things celebrities have said about their relationships , these stars really just let it all hang out.