The Daily Dig

2009-08-04 09:27

Tom Cruise takes on Dr Phil, Miley sells herself again and we want you to witness SA's talent.

Cruise control
Scary scientologist Tom Cruise is tired of being the only one in Hollywood with a Stepford family. As his 'friend' David Beckham seriously considers moving back to Europe because LA people are mean to him, Tom has appointed himself High Mediator to rescue David and Victoria's relationship. Because he's a good friend. Or because they're the only friends he has and England is a little far for a Sunday afternoon barley milk tipple. He's warned Vicky that time apart can cause a marriage to fail.  He probably delivered a signed copy of "How To Tie Your Mate Down" when they had this little chat.

Miley sells her clothes
Teen tart Miley Cyrus is following in the footsteps of every other star desperate for a few extra bucks. She's teamed up with designer Max Azria to create a cheap clothing line for Walmart. As if her face emblazoned on every under-12 T-shirt in Woolies wasn't enough.  Miley says the line will have an "edgy UK style" – hope she knows where the UK is! Bless her heart though – she takes 'selling yourself' to a whole new Di(sney)-mention.

Back to Blonde
Britney's blonde again. Doubt it's her real hair though – things were never quite the same after she made out with the clippers. But we prefer it. Actually, we just prefer her with hair! What do you think – is she better as a blonde or brunette?  

Three cheers for talent
Want to be the first to see some of the contestants competing in SA's Got Talent? If you're in Cape Town on Monday 10 August (a public holiday) and Tuesday 11 August, you could go heckle/clap for/boo/throw tomatoes at the talent on show. All you have to do is drop an e-mail to with the day you're keen on going and the number of seats you'd like to get. Easy huh? Easier than getting on stage and letting Randall eat your self esteem for breakfast anyway. 

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