Sandra Bullock's sister has used her blog to dispel some very specific rumors that Sandra spent the Easter holiday with her and visited a Vermont inn. On her blog, Confessions of a (Closet) Master Baker, Gesine Bullock-Prado, left, who runs a Vermont bakery, says she was in Chicago, celebrating her 11th wedding anniversary with her husband, Ray. "But wait," she adds, "apparently I'm able to time travel," given the tales that "reported that my husband of eleven years and I took my sister to some inn (which shall remain nameless because they've gotten enough free publicity from lying up to now) for Easter dinner." Bullock-Prado says she posted on the topic on her food blog because she's "deadly serious about my family, their privacy and even the most benign fictions printed about them."
Meanwhile, the first woman to come forward and say she had an affair with Bullock's husband, Jesse James, will be signing autographs and dancing topless in a Las Vegas strip club on Friday. Michelle "Bombshell" McGee will dance at Vegas's Deja Vu Showgirls club. "We're just cashing in on her celebrity right now," Deju Vu advertising and marketing director Larry Beard tells People. The club will pay her $5,000, but she's expected to collect more in tips. "There's actually a group of tattoo enthusiasts that are all going to show up," Beard says. "I'm getting a lot of response for it. It should be a pretty big event. She's a dancer. This is right down her alley." He added, "Good publicity, bad publicity, it's all publicity to me. I mean, I don't expect Sandra Bullock to show up.
Despite a much-photographed public embrace, left, and rumors of a possible reconciliation, E! News is reporting that a source says Larry King and his wife Shawn Southwick's "divorce is full steam ahead." Shaun remains in the family's Beverly Hills home with their two sons, while King has been staying in a nearby hotel. The insider also confirms reports earlier this week that King doesn't have a prenup. "He really thought this was the woman for the rest of his life and is sad that it turned out differently," says the source. The source also denies that King had an affair with Shawn's younger sister, for whom he bought jewelry and a $160,000 car. Danny Southwick, Shawn's adult son from her previous marriage,says the family is "grieving" the split, and adds, "My mom and Larry obviously love each other ... whatever happens."
While Charlie Sheen's hoodie and fake "mariachi" mustache was being called the "worst celeb disguise ever," he did change his appearance. TMZ has the photos to prove that Charlie has shaved off his familiar floppy hair. He was taking a trip to the dentist Friday afternoon when he was photographed with very, very short buzz cut.
Bret Michaels said he came close to dying when his appendix ruptured before a sold-out concert at Sea World in in San Antonio April 11. On his blog, the Poison frontman and "Celebrity Apprentice" contestant wrote, "if I had gone onstage like I wanted to, it likely would have ruptured and I could have died." He writes, "I was throwing up all day and really thought I had just got a severe case of the flu. About 10 minutes before show time doctors got on the bus and said, ‘Bret we really don’t think this is the flu’ and told me that I WAS GOING TO THE HOSPITAL. After a CAT scan, they determined it was acute appendicitis and they performed emergency surgery right there in the middle of the night." The singer, who is a diabetic, says he goes on stage when he's hurting: "I have played concerts with broken bones, extremely low blood sugars, the flu, colds, and all kinds of things before. I tend to try to perform at all costs. But, I knew I was really sick this time ... I just didn’t realize how bad it was." Michaels writes that his recovery may take longer because of his diabetes, but he is being helped to heal by episodes of "Modern Family" and "hot nurses taking care of me."
-- Anne Neville