Monday, October 09, 2006

No Wonder Jude Law Cheated on Her

I used to like Sienna Miller. In fact, I sympathized with her on this very blog after Jude Law's infidelity. Well, no more. Little Miss Priss is officially on my shit-list. Why? Well, you can take the girl out of Pittsburgh, but you can't take Pittsburgh out of the girl. And this Pittsburgh girl doesn't like spoiled little rich bitches dumping on her town.

While in the Steel Town filming her new movie, The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, Sienna made some insulting comments about the city to Rolling Stone reporter, Jenny Eliscu. I'm sure one of the mysteries in the movie will be "where did all the single men go?" Now, see, I can make a joke like that. It's my city. I fully plan on going back someday in the not-too-distant future. I know it's flawed, but I still love it. You know how it's okay to talk trash about your own family, but if someone else does, you're ready to thrown down? Same principle. No snobby, self-centered, high-maintenance diva is going to slam my city when she doesn't know the first thing about it.

Now, of course, Sienna's jumped on the PR Spin Train. She's going with the old standby excuse that her remarks were taken "out of context." (Apparently, calling my city, "Shitsburgh" can actually be quite flattering in the right context. Who knew?) Miller apologized in a statement issued (read: written and created) by her publicist, saying she was referring to her boredom from being cooped up in her hotel room and not actually getting to explore the city. "What I have seen of it is beautiful. I came once before to visit The Andy Warhol Museum whilst researching a film and found both the city and its inhabitants warm and gracious," she said.

Hmm, that's what Jude said about your nanny too, dear. He found her quite warm and gracious. Whilst he was boffing her.


Writeprocrastinator said...

Give her a rat tail with a Terrible Towel, waaaaa-smmmmack!

scott said...

Someone called the DVE morning show yesterday and reported that Siena got thrown out of Young's Tavern on the South Side over the weekend. The story goes that she was with her parents and didn't have ID, so the security guard told her to leave. Her mother then said, "Don't you know who this is?!" The guard kicked her out anyway.

Wouldn't it be amazing if after all that happened last week, she went and tried to pull a prima donna act in a local bar?

None of the local papers have picked up on this yet so I'm not 100% sure it's true but it adds more fuel to the fire...

BarBarA (aka Layla) said...

How DARE HER! I love it when celebrities say something that comes back to bite them and they they use the old "out of context" line. HA!

Arlen Crawford said...

Celebrities often make the mistake of thinking that their opinion is more important, than say, mine. It isn't, of course, but their opinions DO make the press while mine basically can be printed out to line the floor of your birdcage...


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