This actor spent too much money trying to look rich and now his lights are going to be shut off. This celebrity hired a surrogate and she's living on the "Lower West Side" of Manhattan. Does that exist? This actress fed homeless people at her house. Maybe she can take in that deadbeat actor.
1. "Now that it's getting colder on the East Coast, this C list television actor from a comedy is trying to figure out how he's going to pay his power bill. He's spent too much money on the illusion of being wealthy, that he's skimped on the necessities." [BuzzFoto]
2. "She was brought in from outside the United States. She only speaks Spanish (or Portuguese?), and has a child who is approximately Kindergarten age. She is fairly attractive, looks like she is in her late twenties, and has thick, dark brown hair and medium-colored skin. You probably wouldn't notice her if she was walking down the street. However, it doesn't really matter what she looks like, as she is simply the Surrogate for a baby that is a genetic combination of the soon-to-be Mom and Dad. The Surrogate is currently living on the Lower West Side of Manhattan with her first child in a very nice apartment. She is not married, and does not really know anyone in New York, but she does want to stay here once the birth is over. The apartment is being paid for by the Couple. The Surrogate is well-cared for by a full-time staff person and there is always a doctor or nurse on call. She looks like she is approximately eight months pregnant, and is clearly much bigger than the Mom, who is simply playing pregnant. By the way, the Mom was physically capable of bearing her own child, but she didn't want to 'ruin' her body." [Blind Gossip]
3. "This one kind of blew me away because I did not know this actress was into charity. She is all movie all the time. B list, but I think it is more for her looks than any real acting talent. She stays extremely popular despite the fact she really does not make that many movies and seems to just stay in our eye by pap photos. Anyway, she read an article about homeless people and was fully prepared to go spend her Thanksgiving with her husband feeding homeless at the Los Angeles Mission. When she started exploring it more though she decided she wanted to give people more of a home feel for the holiday. So, she arranged to have 50 homeless families come to her place where she had set up a big tent and fed them all there and during the meal had televisions playing holiday movies and even made sure that each parent was given a gift they could give to their child on Christmas. Not too shabby." [CDaN]