Take this story, for instance. It's Sharon Osborne, saying that she left Ozzy. Well, she left him back when Jack (17-year-old son) went into rehab. First off, what a sham. Jack says he was trying to kill himself because his mother had colon cancer...excuse me? Gimme a break...much less that he took a bunch of pills and drank some absinthe...that's not a reason to go to rehab, that's a trip to the ER (but trips to the ER don't get the press that rehab does!). On top of that, her cancer is in remission, geez. Anyway, Sharon says that around this time, The Oz-man was abusing alcohol and prescription drugs, and she couldn't take it anymore. How long has she been married to Ozzy? You'd think she'd be more shocked if he DIDN'T (but that doesn't get press either!). So she left, and he immediately stopped the drinking, etc...but she wanted to make sure it was real and that he was on a roll, so she stayed gone for a whole 4 days. Shit, in the Hollywood world, that's not leaving your mate, that's a weekend retreat with your yoga guru, or a mud bath spa, or something. On top of all this, what does the article make a point of mentioning? That Sharon's about to start hosting her own syndicated talk show. *groan*
Can we get back to slightly more important things? Do we HAVE to dwell on these people, and keep giving them the screentime that they so desparately are begging for?