Wilson, 33, says she will train 14 to 15 hours a day in Ramsay's kitchen at the Paris. After two weeks, "I go home, grab my cat, and come back to work," she said.
- Michael Klein
Could you call it tat for tat?
Barbadian songbird Rihanna
showed off her sub-mammary Isis
tattoo on Instagram recently. Now, Chris Brown
, her much-inked former bf and abuser, has his own big new tat, on his neck. And, well, it looks a lot like her. And it's all marked up. Defenders call it decorative, artistic. Others say the woman looks beat up. Brown claims it's a Day of the Dead skull. It sure is not of Brown's current skweezie, Karreuche Tran
; she's on his arm. Hmm.
Leno downsizes his salary
The Wall Street Journal reports that last month, NBC talk-show captain Jay Leno
took a 50 percent whack in pay, from about $30 million to only a paltry $15 mils. Poor guy! Why? To prevent further layoffs after network suits decreed a 20 percent cut in the $100 million Tonight
show budget and eliminated 20 jobs. The show now has a staff of 200.
Sniggles and squiggles
Then there's NBC's Today
. At 8:48 a.m., the moment of observation for 9/11, ABC and CBS covered the ceremonies. Meantime, doobydoobydoo, on Today
, the incredibly indispensable Kris Jenner
, mom of the Kardashian
klan, was discussing her breast augmentation. Folks are mad. . . . Anna Paquin
, 39, and Stephen Moyer
, 42, are proud parents of twins. The True Blood
stars, married since 2010, don't specify the place, time, or gender of the twofers. . . . Suri Cruise
started first grade Tuesday, accompanied by mom Katie Holmes
to private Avenues School in N.Y.C. It's Suri's first day at any school: Up to now, she's been home-schooled by parents Tom Cruise
and Holmes, soon to divorce. . . . Britney Spears
and former bodyguard Fernando Flores
agreed to end their two-year lawsuit, in which he alleged genital flashing and abusive parenting on her part. . . . Security-tech firm McAfee says Emma Watson
is the most dangerous celeb to search for online. Stick her in your search field, if she fits, and you have a 1-in-8 chance of landing on a mal-site. Other risky searches, McAfee says, include Jessica Biel
, Eva Mendes
, Selena Gomez
and Halle Berry
. Nineteen of the 20 most dangerous names were ladies, which shows you who uses the Web and what for. The only male? Yes, you guessed it: Jimmy Kimmel
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