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The infamous bisexual Tila Tequila announced in her MySpace blog that her pick from “A Shot at Love,” Bobby Banhart, had dumped her two days before the reunion show aired on MTV. With that shocking statement, she also announced that she was getting ready to start filming “A Shot at Love 2.”

The second installment of her journey to find love will have the same rules, both girls and guys will be competing for the MySpace superstar’s heart, but Tequila promises that this season will blow the first one out of the water.

I predict that there will be more cat fights and psychotic men appearing on MTV in the near future.

As we all know, the Super Bowl was this weekend! The Giants beat the Patriots, Ryan Seacrest hosted the pre-game events and Paula Abdul pulled a Britney Spears during the half time show. For anyone who actually stuck out through her entire performance, it was obvious that the plastic surgery queen didn’t sing her own lyrics and the comeback she was searching for didn’t exactly turn out as she”d hoped. The performance was an absolute disaster. In fact, the only interesting part of the whole act was Randy Jackson playing the bass for Miss Abdul.

It’s hard to believe that big network executives, with so many celebrity connections, can’t find a better half-time performer for the Super Bowl than a surgically obsessed diva.

Britney Spears being motherly to her children would be a more shocking show than Janet Jackson’s infamous wardrobe malfunction.

Quotes of the Week:

“Hockey is a sport for white men. Basketball is a sport for black men. Golf is a sport for white men dressed like black pimps.”

-Tiger Woods on his theory of sports

“I’ve always said I might end up being forced to do McDonald’s openings dressed as Edward Scissorhands. You never know.”

-Johnny Depp thinking of the worst possible outcome.

“I don’t think you’ve quite made it until you get a drag queen or something. That’s what I’m looking forward to – a female impersonator.”

-Kate Beckinsale on her opinion of ultimate fame.

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