Rumor Alert: Marc Jacobs’s Ex Is Writing a Tell-All
But it's probably all a lie.By Charlotte Cowles
But it's probably all a lie.By Charlotte Cowles
Also, Marc Jacobs's ex takes to Twitter.By Sharon Clott
“MySpace makes people happy, which is cool. Also I get very lonely, and MySpace makes me feel better.”By Amy Odell
Can you process all that? Or believe how Rachael Ray's gone from spunky to sulky, like, overnight? The gossip roundup will convince you.By Tim Murphy
Just when we thought Marc Jacobs had ended the Jason Preston chapter, he's back in his arms! And Preston's new Facebook status message might indicate they're really back together!
Yesterday a spy sent in a Jason Preston sighting to Gawker. Later Preston actually called the Gawker writer on his cell phone and invoked Lil' Kim.
Dearest Marc: We know it's hard to find a good man, but the latest word about your new "friend" Austin A has us a bit concerned. The threesome makeout sessions? The screaming matches?
We've never seen Marc Jacobs and boyfriend Jason Preston act very lovey-dovey, so we're not surprised they experienced turbulence in paradise last week. Today the Post reports they fought so badly on a recent trip to Turks and Caicos that they had to cut their vacation short:
Marc Jacobs's boyfriend, Jason Preston, seems to have a seedling of good in him after all. He boldly sacrificed himself outside of Hiro on Sunday to defend a girl who was disrespected at the bar.
Marc Jacobs's on-off boyfriend, Jason Preston, is engaged (or at least according to his Facebook profile), and Gawker assumes, as one naturally would, that the lucky fella is Marc Jacobs. If this is true, it would make us rather sad since we've interviewed Marc Jacobs several times and have found him a really sweet person, while on more than one occasion Preston was standing at Jacobs's side tugging on his sleeve and pouting and trying to prevent his lover from doing his job.
• New York said farewell to Fashion Week, but don't be sad! It's not really over — it just moved to London, where shows began yesterday on a sober note, signified by the appointment of the prime minister's wife as spokesperson. Look for slideshows on nymag.com soon. [Guardian]
Marc Jacobs may have given a Cartier engagement ring to his on-again, off-again boyfriend, Jason Preston. Tyra Banks dropped her manager, either because he was a prima donna or because her investment-banker boyfriend told her to. Britney Spears backed out of recording a Timbaland-produced duet with Justin Timberlake. It's unclear why. No cameras or cars are allowed at the fund-raiser Oprah is throwing for Barack Obama at her California ranch, which is expected to draw George Clooney, Halle Berry, and Jamie Foxx. Harvey Weinstein is offering $100,000 to anyone who can identify the Upper East Side mom who inspired The Nanny Diaries. (Some speculate it's Preppy Handbook author Lisa Birnbach.) Marc Ecko's CEO threw $500 in cash around during a company-sponsored booze cruise. Norman Reedus, Helena Christensen's baby daddy, is making a movie in which Richard Nixon sleeps with a hooker and then kills her. U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon dined at Le Cirque with two tables' worth of security guards.
Kim Porter is in denial that Diddy is diddling Sienna Miller. (Also, his famous White Party is slated for September 2). Britney Spears was in a fender bender, after which she announced, "I'm a braniac!" On-again, off-again couple Marc Jacobs and Jason Preston are back on. Jeffrey Chodorow is keeping China Grill closed for a few extra days to get a new fridge and get rid of some insects. Phoenix Sun point guard Steve Nash got into a pickup soccer game at Central Park and scored two goals. The Freakanomics guys are moving their blog to the New York Times. Mort Zuckerman gets Harry Evan to help him write his weekly column in U.S. News. Chevy Chase found a $20 bill at a Hillary Clinton fund-raiser in the Hamptons. George Pataki is being considered for an ambassadorship.
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