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HLN Guest – Camille Grammer

Posted by ImaJustSaying on February 1, 2011

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Joy Behar had Camille on the show and she also tried to grab the goodies.. but Camille did her PR best.. I hope to get part 2 of the interview to update YALL.  We will see.  I still think Camille handled herself well better then most housewives.. 

She really has a way of answering the tough questions while remainins composed.. Not all housewives can do that.  Know That.. I like that about her.. 

Holy crap.. Joy said that Camille is her favorite Housewife of Beverly Hills!!!  New deets to follow..

Also, Joy asked about her nemisis which is Kyle which names were not exchanged and Camille said they have not talked since the reunion which was 6 months ago?  I may of heard wrong.. dont make me watch this show again..  AND Camille was not all smiles and “I love Kyle kinda chit”  Joy gave Camille a reason to unleash and I think she did in a small way..  Very small..  but Kudo’s to Joy for bringing Camille in and making her comfortable and not tote the the PC way.

Camille does go on to say that it was more Kelsey in the not so zexy times in the bedroom.. I will stand by this and Allison Dubois has channelled me..  Kelsey has performance issues.. NO DOUBT!!    Know that!!  alright already.. allegedly..

Anywho.. men who have ‘performance issue’s’ seek other freaky deaky ways to find a nugget.  I aint lying..  google it if you need too.  All fetishes come to light for men who cant get it up.. 

Camille did say that Kelsey did watch Fox News.. that splains alot for me.. BUT WHAT ABOUT YOU!! lmaooo

So I see Kelsey wanting balloons popped by big bottom girls, Toes sucked by big lipped peeps, etc.. I wont freak you peeps out.. but they do exist.. 

Hey!! I’m just saying..


71 Responses to “HLN Guest – Camille Grammer”

  1. Mrs. Hugh Jackman said

    I wonder if Tarantula Taylor ever did soft-porn? I still can’t get over the cotton-candy scene. LMAO!

  2. Mrs. Hugh Jackman said

    Thanks for info. G-sus! Hugh is old enough to be that girl’s great-grandfather. UGH!!!!

  3. Rosie said

    @41 Dy..lmao!!

  4. Mikki12 said

    MHJ: You forgot to add a couple of other things about Cary Grant. In his early days in Hollywood he lived with Randolph Scott. They tried to pass it off as just too guys living together to make ends meet and save money but there were other stories about them…If you recall Dyan Cannon made a snide remark about Cary when it came to their daughter Jennifer. She said that Cary wanted to be her mother not her father. I know I’m not quoting it exactly but I’m close enough. Grant was also very cheap. But he was a handsome devil and still looked great when he was doing his one-man show “An Evening With Cary Grant” when he was well up there in years.

  5. Rosie said

    @3 Bryan.. I was just catching up on the earlier posts, and I just saw your post from Ginger! How nice! I miss her. Thanks Bryan.

  6. Rosie said

    Mikki.. I remember those rumors about Cary.

  7. Rosie said

    Ok.. Which thread are we on tonight? Half are here, and some are on the Dubois thread.

  8. Daniela said

    Dy, Pixie, MHJ
    Thank you for caring. I know divorce happens all the time, but this is the first time in our family. It is just turning out to be really ugly.
    We are upset for the kids.
    Though my mom is going to be 79 Saturday, she is pretty cool.
    She said, and I quote, “Shesa good daughter-law….I no no, maybe shesa bada wife. Whata I know.” Of course she is also worried that he won’t be able to receive Communion! LOL.

    Woo-hoo…15 min. until the reunion!

  9. Mikki12 said

    @ 13 Daniela: Yes, there are a number of meds tha are useful in trating bipolar disorder. Lithium is probably the one people are most familiar with but a number of other meds have proven to be quite effective, too. But some people with bipolar disorder are very difficult to treat. It’s jut the nature of the illness. Some people respond very well to meds and others don’t. As for the weather: I’ve had it and we’re still not done with snow and more snow. I could live with the snow already if it would just warm up a little. It’s a sad state of affairs when I’m sitting in my warm house and I’m still cold because it’s simply gotten into my bones.

  10. Daniela said

    MHJ: Ewwww, the cotton candy scene!!! That is a visual that makes me want to barf!

  11. Rosie said

    Hi Daniela….
    Awwwwwww. That’s sad. I know divorce is rough business!

  12. Mikki12 said

    Rosie: So glad you remember those rumors, too. I always wondered if Grant married so many times because he couldn’t deal with his feelings towards men. The times were so different then. Also, wasn’t Cary Grant known to sue someone at the drop of a hat? Could be that was another reason any rumors about him were kept kind of quiet. No one wanted to be involved in Grant’s lawsuits.

  13. Dy said

    @8 Daniela spoken like a true Italian Mama..God Bless her, “worried about receiving Communion” Lol!

  14. Rosie said

    Daniela, Mikki… Come over to the Dubois thread! There are more of us there! Xo

  15. Rosie said

    Mikki.. I know. It’s never been proven for sure with him.. One way or other!

  16. Daniela said

    Is it hard to treat because of the manic phase or the depressive part?
    I thought Prozac was the miracle drug.
    Put your pajamas in the dryer and put them right on. It works for me all the time to get the chill out of your bones. lol

    Dy: She is a piece of work! She worries about the strangest things.

    Thanks Rosie!

    I’m going to go watch the reunion.
    Have a great night everyone! Catch you tomorrow.

  17. Dy said

    Ewww you guys are good Rosie and Mikki..I forgot about all that business about Cary Grant!! Thanks!!

  18. Mrs. Hugh Jackman said

    @4 Mikki, I’m suppose to be in bed. LOL. You are so right. I think I have every book on Cary. If I don’t, I think I’ve read everything I can put my hands on. LOL. Lawdy, how I LOVE to talk about old movie stars & old movies.

  19. Mrs. Hugh Jackman said

    Rumors spread that Cary and Randolph were lovers. Yes, they shared a place for a while. However, those close to them said that they had women left & right going in and out. (Randolph was married for a long time later.) Cary sued Chevy Chase when he said Cary was gay. Cary won that case.

  20. Mikki12 said

    MHJ: You must also know the story about Cary Grant and the English muffins. Seems that Cary was at a hotel and ordered coffee and muffins from room service. When they arrived there were only 3 slices of muffins instead of the customary four. Well, Cary was beside himself and wanted the rest of his muffins. According to he hotel, they had stopped putting four slices on a plate because it seemed that the guests always left over the fourth slice. So the hotel decided they might as well stick with three since no one ever ate the last piece. Well, not our Cary! He demanded the fourth slice because that’s what he felt he had paid for. I know when he died some of his bequests struck me as strange. He even left some of his clothing to people. While it might be nice to say “this was once Cary Grant’s’s coat” I’m not sure how many people would be thrilled to have a used coat left to them. Usually things like that go to charity or are auctioned off to people who want a piece of nostalgia.

    My favorite old-time Hollywood actresses are Jean Harlow and Bette Davis. Actors would have to be Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy. I was never a big Katharine Hepburn fan although I did think her performance in “The Lion in Winter” was magnificent. Never understood why she got an Oscar for “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.” Sentimental favorite, perhaps.

  21. Mrs. Hugh Jackman said

    @20 Mikki12, Yes, I know that story about the muffins. LOL. That was something. Also, he was a very generous man. He helped out people whenever he could. He also donated all kinds of money in WWII for war relief. He helped here a lot, but also helped England….like donating his entire movie salary from “The Philadelphia Story”.

    Yes, I loved Jean Harlow & Bette Davis. They were GREAT. Yes, I also loved Clark Gable & Spencer Tracy. I did like Katherine Hepburn. I thought “The Lion in Winter” was great. I agree about Oscar for “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”. I liked her older movies, I guess just being a huge movie buff of movies from 20’s to 50’s more. I know it’s a roller coaster ride, but has become one of the top comedies ever made in history of film, and one of my favorites, “Bringing Up Baby” (1938). Katherine & Cary starred in that and Howard Hawks directed. Hawks was one of my favorite directors, too. They don’t make movies like they use to.

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