Madonna, the American mum in Britain, says she wrote the Kabbalah-themed children's books Mr. Peabody's Apples, Yakov and the Seven Thieves and the more recent Lotsa de Casha herself, but did she? According to a PageSix inside source, the Material Girl can't come up with her own material when it comes to penning kid lit.
So just who is behind the pop star's bestsellers? A source claims that there is a go-to ghostwriter for all things Kabbalah, even the celebrated Rabbi Berg's books. [via]
In related news actor Tom Cruise has never acted a day in his life, instead all his performances are attributed to a Scientologist ghost-actor to be named later.
COQUITLAM, British Columbia - A handful of people in Canada got a sneak peak of the latest Harry Potter book, but a British Columbia Supreme Court judge ordered them to keep it a secret.
The book was sold to 14 people who snagged a copy of J.K. Rowlings' much anticipated "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," when it landed on shelves last Thursday at a local grocery store.
I believe this very thing happened two years ago -- in Canada, it's officially a conspiracy.
"I didn't know her name. I didn't leak her name," LOL, hahahahahhaahahah.
It wasn't us Muslims, we don't know nuthin' bout birthin' no terrorism.
Pink Panty Poker Party, shoot me now.
2005 will get an extra second, it's a gift, don't piss it away. ;)