Monday, December 7, 2009




THREE new women came forward over the weekend, claiming to have had a piece of TIGER WOODS' action. One of them is a 33-year-old restaurant manager by the name of MINDY LAWTON. She claims she had a year-long relationship with Tiger that started in May of 2006. And it was all about sex.

She says, quote, "Sometimes I looked like a rag doll after we'd made love. He really did like it quite rough. --"He wanted to spank me and loved pulling my hair as we had sex. He also liked me to talk dirty to him, but hair-pulling was what really turned him on." --"All he wanted me for was sex. [He was a] selfish, heartless man."

According to Mindy, much of their fornication occurred at Tiger's own home. But there was one place in the house he would NOT erotically pound her: in the bedroom he shared with his wife, ELIN NORDEGREN. (--Is that romantic or what???)

Next up is JAMIE JUNGERS. She's a 26-year-old . . . Oh, hell. WHO CARES what these women do for a living??? Let's drop all the pretense and just start referring to them as what they really are: STARBANGERS.

We do know that Jamie used to model for a company called Trashy Lingerie. Jamie's former boss there said she was shocked when she heard that Jamie was ALLEGEDLY one of Tiger's girls. --She says, quote, "I called her and said, 'Congratulations . . . I think.' Jamie laughed and admitted it to me. She has nothing to hide. She didn't do anything wrong. She's a good girl. It's all good for her." --Contestant #3 . . . and #6 overall . . . is CORI RIST. She's 31, and she claims she met Tiger in a club last year. She says he secretly flew her around the world for . . . you know . . . sex.

Several gossip websites are saying we can expect MORE ladies to throw their panties into the ring in the coming days. (--You can see pictures of Mindy Lawton and Cori Rist by hitting up the link below, then clicking on the red bar that says, "Click here for slideshow" . . .)


Not surprisingly, "Saturday Night Live" did a TIGER WOODS sketch this week. KENAN THOMPSON played Tiger, while guest host BLAKE LIVELY played the part of Tiger's wife, ELIN NORDEGREN.
(--It's actually a funny sketch. Check it out here . . .)


TOM BROKAW and his wife Meredith were involved in a FATAL car crash in New York City on Friday . . . but they're both okay. The accident occurred at about 1:00 P.M. on the Bruckner Expressway.

Tom's camp released a statement saying that the accident was caused by a spool of cable that suddenly came bouncing into the roadway. --A 28-year-old woman driving an SUV in the lane next to the Brokaws swerved to avoid the spool, which caused a mail truck to swerve in front of the Brokaws.

Tom Brokaw hit his brakes, but ended up colliding with the mail truck on the median. The SUV went off the road . . . and the driver was thrown from her vehicle and killed. Another unidentified man was hospitalized with serious injuries.

The statement said that Tom and Meredith were, quote, "greatly saddened by this loss of life."


Professional wrestler EDDIE FATU . . . whom you would know better as UMAGA . . . died Friday at a hospital in Houston, Texas. He was 36.

There's no word on the cause of death . . . but some reports say he suffered a heart attack. --According to unofficial reports, Fatu had fallen asleep while watching TV Thursday night. On Friday morning, his wife found him not breathing, with blood coming out of his nose.

He was rushed to the hospital and place in intensive care. That night, he suffered a second heart attack and died. --Fatu (slash) Umaga had just returned from that HULK HOGAN wrestling tour in Australia. He spent several years of his career with the WWE, but wasn't with them at the time of his death.

He was actually dropped from the company earlier this year because of some shady purchases from an online pharmacy. --Umaga is part of the Anoai wrestling family, who've been involved with the WWE since the early '80s. The original WILD SAMOANS, AFA and SIKA, are his uncles. His two older brothers wrestled as the TONGA KID and RIKISHI.

And DWAYNE "THE ROCK" JOHNSON was his cousin. (--The Rock's dad is African-American wrestler ROCKY JOHNSON. But his mother is an Anoai.)

Umaga also now joins a more infamous club: That of wrestlers who've died prematurely.--Since the steroid and painkiller age began in the mid-1980s, literally DOZENS of wrestlers have died well before their time . . . many of them in their 30s and 40s.

(--You can check out a LONG list of wrestlers who've died since 1985 at the following link . . .)

(--Obviously, not all of these guys died of drug-related causes. But a lot of them did. And nobody's saying that Umaga's death was drug-related, either. But it does seem pretty likely.)


Last week, ABC cleared ADAM LAMBERT from all his previously scheduled appearances on the network . . . after he caught them, quote, "off-guard" with a racy performance at the "American Music Awards" last week. (--In the midst of the "AMA" fallout, ABC dropped Adam from "Good Morning America" . . . and then they cancelled his upcoming appearances on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and their annual "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" special.)

But now, the network's so-called Adam Lambert "ban" appears to be OVER . . . because they've booked him to appear on "The View" this Thursday. --Adam will perform . . . but ABC isn't going to have to sweat any unexpected homosexuality, because it'll be pre-taped.

(--It's unclear when the episode will be filmed, if it hasn't been already.) --Technically, Adam will return to ABC before that. On Wednesday night, he'll be featured on BARBARA WALTERS' annual "10 Most Fascinating People" special.

By the way, GLAAD . . . the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation . . . is glad ABC has reached out to Adam. In a statement, they say, quote, "ABC has taken a step towards fairness by inviting Adam Lambert to perform on 'The View'." (--For the record, GLAAD also clarified that they were NOT cool with ABC's cancellations last week . . . despite the fact that their initial statement made it sound like they supported ABC's decision.)


Billboard has published a list of The Top One-Hit Wonders of the Decade. --The list includes any artist who reached the Hot 100's Top 10 with their very first single, but never cracked the Top 25 for the rest of the decade.

The ranking was determined first by how high the one-hit wonder charted . . . and then by how far down their second highest-charting song peaked.

Here are the Top Six, which all hit #1 on the Hot 100:
#1.) "Bad Day", DANIEL POWTER . . . (--It spent five weeks at #1.)
#2.) "Lean Back", TERROR SQUAD . . . (--It spent three weeks at #1.)
#3.) "Butterfly", CRAZY TOWN . . . (--It spent two weeks at #1.)
#4.) "This Is Why I'm Hot", MIMS . . . (--It spent two weeks at #1.)
#5.) "Laffy Taffy", D4L . . . (--It spent one week at #1.)
#6.) "You're Beautiful", JAMES BLUNT . . . (--It spent one week at #1.)

Some of the other songs on the list include:--"Crazy", GNARLS BARKLEY --"Mambo Number 5", LOU BEGA --"I Try", MACY GRAY --"Blue (Da Ba Dee)", EIFFEL 65 --"What's Left of Me", NICK LACHEY (--You can check out the complete list, beginning here . . .)


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