#1) Man, is Morgan Freeman having a sucky week or what? First you almost get killed in a car accident, have surgery, you’ve broken all kinds of bones and then the news breaks that you and the misses are splitsville. Fun times.
Freeman’s business partner and attorney Bill Luckett broke the news, telling the Memphis Commercial-Appeal newspaper there is a “divorce action pending,” but refusing to give further details.
Luckett added that the actor and his wife, a costumer, has been separated for the better part of the past year.
“For legal and practical purposes, [Freeman and Colley-Lee] have been separated since December of 2007,” he told Access Hollywood on Wednesday.
Freeman and Colley-Lee married in 1984. The actor was previously wed to Jeanette Adair Bradshaw from 1967 to 1979.
I’m glad Freeman is recovering though and is going to be OK as heals up over the next six months. He deserves a break. The man is in three movies this year. But I wonder how this will affect the film where he was supposed to play Nelson Mandela, Clint Eastwood’s “The Human Factor?” Freeman is actually the star in that and how often does he get to headline?
But I can’t see Clint shooting it without him. Those old coots really like working together.
#2) L’Oreal has pulled a “Shaggy” and is singing “it wasn’t me,” to the lightening act on Beyonce’s face. They swear she simply showed up looking like Casper the Friendly Ghost.
E! Online has a less ashen copy of the ad on their site, but it’s still pretty jarring.
Today, the French cosmetics giant is adamantly denying that it gave its longtime spokeswoman a case of the Michael Jacksons.
“Beyoncé Knowles has been a spokesperson for the L’Oréal Paris brand since 2001,” the company said in a statement to E! News, after coming under withering online attacks suggesting the ad (on right, above) lightened more than just the hair color of the brand’s famous face.
“We highly value our relationship with Ms. Knowles. It is categorically untrue that L’Oréal Paris altered Ms. Knowles’ features or skin-tone in the campaign for Feria’s hair color.”
A rep for the 27-year-old Knowles declined to comment beyond the L’Oréal statement.
Decline to comment, eh? The not-so-secret plot thickens.