Shauna Wright Biography

Shauna has been writing and editing things for cash and prizes for well over a decade, and while her first love is pop culture and celebrity dish, she's also done work for Fortune 500 companies and even written a book. Feel free to contact her at goldengateblond at the gmail -- but keep in mind she really hates people who refer to themselves in the third person, so never ever do that with her. Seriously. (Man, does she hate that.)

Kathie Lee Gifford Asks Martin Short How His Dead Wife Is Doing on 'Today'

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by Shauna Wright May 30, 2012 @ 6:30 PM
NBC
Celebrity interviews, especially on NBC's 'Today' show, are usually pretty tame: talk about the star's projects, ask about his family, and call it a day.
But it was the "family" part of that seemingly simple formula that tripped up Kathie Lee Gifford on Wednesday morning, when the 'Today' host asked actor and comedian Martin Short how his wife Nancy is doing -- the same wife who passed away from cancer two years ago.

Russell Brand Wants Out of 'Katy Perry: Part of Me'

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by Shauna Wright May 30, 2012 @ 4:21 PM
Christopher Polk, Getty Images
When Madonna made her concert documentary 'Truth or Dare' in 1991, her then-boyfriend Warren Beatty was featured in a few scenes, but he didn't look all that happy to have the cameras in his face.
Now a somewhat similar situation is playing out between Katy Perry and her ex-husband Russell Brand as she prepares for the July 5th release of her own concert film, 'Part of Me.' But while Brand didn't mind being in the movie when it was shot, he's now reportedly upset that he won't have a say in how the couple's relationship will be depicted on-screen.

Was Duckie's Character in 'Pretty in Pink' Actually Gay? Molly Ringwald Says Yes

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by Shauna Wright May 24, 2012 @ 6:40 PM
Paramount Pictures
John Hughes' beloved 1986 classic movie 'Pretty in Pink' featured a love triangle between Andie, Blaine and Andie's best friend Duckie (played by Molly Ringwald, Andrew McCarthy and Jon Cryer, respectively).
In the end, Andie chooses Blaine, but in a recent interview, Ringwald said that was only natural since she believes the Duckie character was actually gay -- something Cryer denies.