How sweet. Wonder if the caller ordered breadsticks with that.
Today in DUI
In another reason to stay out of Southern California: About 2 a.m. yesterday morning, "Saturday Night Live" alum Chris Kattan was arrested on suspicion of driving under a bad influence.
The star and writer of 1998's "A Night at the Roxbury" was weaving his Mercedes on what Californians call "the 101." The man played "Mango" then drove into a parked DOT vehicle. Oops.
No one, including Kattan's career, which, let's face it, doesn't have far down to go, was hurt.
Today in tresses
Today, let us not dwell on the endless winter, celebrity tragedy ( Julia Roberts' half sister Nancy Motes died of a drug overdose Friday; Lorenzo Lamas' daughter Shayne miscarried), or anything at all related to harming sentient beings.
Instead, let's review some celeb hairdo do's and don't do's.
Do: Go back to your brunet roots. Britney Spears recently displayed her dark side in a photo she posted, while posing with her new Fantasy "Naughty Remix" and "Nice Remix" perfumes. Looks good. Sophisticated, even. Which is more than we can say for those perfume bottles.
Don't: Ever go back to your buzz cut, Britney. Not a good look for you.
Do: A pixie. At least, if you're adorable dancer-actor-former Ryan Seacrest cover lover Julianne Hough. Other recent pixie adoptees include Jennifer Hudson, Jennifer Lawrence, Pamela Anderson and, not that this counts as a fashion statement, Miley Cyrus.
Side note: Each summer when she was a child, Temporary Tattle went to "Mr. George" at the Willow Grove Strawbridge's for something the children's barber called a pixie.
Temp Tatt then spent July and August listening to her mother answer the question, "How old is your little boy?"
News that's not
French newspaper photographer Pascal Rostain claims to have knowledge of an affair between Beyonce Knowles and President Obama. Rostain spoke about his ideas in the also French broadsheet Le Figaro, claiming the Washington Post planned to publish his story in today's paper.
The Washington Post's reps said they are definitely not publishing such a story.
Queen Bey's people called the claim "absurd." (Or, in French, " absurde.")
As for the POTUS? Please. Ain't nobody got time for that.
Let's catch up: Overbrook's Will Smith won't be starring in an "Independence Day" sequel. He will, however, appear on the Monday debut of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
Other esteemed guests next week: Michelle Obama, Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Jerry Seinfeld and Rydal's Bradley Cooper. Plus, the Roots.
More on Miley
Miley Cyrus declined the viral YouTubed prom invitation of 17-year-old fan Matt Robertson, who used red roses, nudity and a foam finger to tempt the "Bangerz" star to attend his high school dance.
The "Wrecking Ball" singer proved she could stop, at least, long enough to turn him down via Twitter. The former Hannah Montana used 140 characters to invite her never-would-be date to a concert at a stadium near him.
"Don't forget a corsage," the hitser tweeted. How, frankly, boring. And normal. Miley, we're disappointed.
- Daily News wire services contributed to this report.
Howard Gensler has the day off.