That Star Jones reign and girdle just won’t let up.
Apparently, while the Lap Band Princess was sounding off about VH1 ratchet ratings king ‘Basketball Wives’ she was also in the process of placing the puzzle pieces together to bring her novel to the network — at the same damn time.
Ten in the face. Slim in the waist. Fat in the ass. Do you want a taste?
TaleTela – Controversial gossip queen Wendy Williams will be stepping out of the talk-show host seat and into the producer’s chair, as she teams up with producers Suzanne de Passe and Madison Jones for a major venture that will produce films for both TV and the silver screen.
The Hollywood trio will kick off their first project with a television adaption of a Star Jones’ novel Satan Sisters: The Movie, a story about the cut-throat world of daytime TV.
All three women plan to produce shows aimed at multicultural audiences, all under the ‘Wendy Williams Presents’ banner.
This morning, Starzilla also found time to shade both Anderson Cooper and Oprah on the Today Show.
When asked her opinion (because it really matters) about Anderson announcing his sexual preference she replied, “He’s a daytime talk show host and when the rating slip in daytime, the hosts tend to tell you lots of things about them.”
She continued: “I remember Oprah said she smoked crack, Oprah said she was pregnant at 14 and considered suicide. There times when you generate information for ratings.”
This coming from the woman who televised her wedding sponsored by Rent-A-Center and went on a promotion tour around her weight lost surgery? Girl, whatever keeps you relevant I guess.