Lisa Rinna announced yesterday that in August she had her famous lips reduced. Back in the 80’s, she had her upper lip injected with silicone. Just this past August, she had the lip taken back down to a more normal look. She says it will take up to six months for the swelling to go down.
Surgery or no surgery, I still think her face looks wonky. She needs to quit messing with herself!
PICS: Lisa Rinna and husband Harry Hamlin happily promote their new books at Barnes & Nobel in NYC yesterday.
FOX is adapting the blockbuster 2005 film Hitch for TV!
It comes from Will Smith and James Lassiter’s Overbrook Entertainment and The Proposal writer Pete Chiarelli who will pen the project. It’s described as an action-packed one-hour and received a script commitment, plus penalty, from the network. Sony Pictures TV and Overbrook are producing.
The movie, which Overbrook co-produced with Sony’s Columbia Pictures, starred Smith as a date doctor. This marks the TV debut for Chiarelli who also is writing feature action comedy Most Wanted, which reunites him with TheProposal stars Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds and director Anne Fletcher. Overbrook and Sony TV first took a stab at adapting Hitch to series 3 seasons ago when it was developed as a half-hour single-camera comedy at CBS with writer Ben Wexler.
The Project Runway star released a video message earlier today to gay youth in which he reveals he tried to take his own life when he was a teenager by swallowing 100 pills …
“As a 17-year-old youth who was in quite a bit of despair, I attempted to kill myself,” Gunn says in the spot for the It Gets Better Project. “I’m happy to say today that attempt was unsuccessful. But at the time it was all that I could contemplate.”
Gunn urges gay youth looking for help to The Trevor Project, a nationwide suicide prevention hotline.
“I understand the desperation,” he says. “I understand the despair. And I understand how isolated you can feel.” But then he adds, “Reach out. Get help. You’re not alone. It will get better—I promise.”