1) The 1920s saw the rise of the gossip column
, the consequence of people's interest in Hollywood film personalities.
And if his rumoured relationship with Ulrika - whose chequered love-life has earned her has much attention as her TV career - does turn out to be true, the acclaimed coach, who has become immensely popular in England since taking over the national team, is set to make more regular appearances in the gossip columns
But Bellows' biggest success was "The Ear" gossip column
which was written by a saucy Englishwoman named Diana McLellan and long-time Star reporter Louise Lague.
Geordie Phil Sunderland has been living in Australia for over a year now, but he makes sure he gets his weekly dose of his favourite gossip column
online every Friday.
The Mike Walker gossip column
broke the supposed news, which then filtered into various talk shows and TV outlets.
It's a tasty snack, enjoyable in a Vanity Fair gossip column
airplane-read sort of way, and it's got great bones, so be seen with it.
It takes a unique display of bravado, confidence, arrogance and talent to get on the VMA celebrity stage, and these are the very qualities that constitute "Page Six," the hot new song from writer/composer Gad Romann that references the popular gossip column
Brennan said the big story was buried in Deb Peterson's gossip column
, where she said Rigali was taking pains to "take care of his key aides" left behind.
The obligatory gossip column
in a 1981 issue reports, for example: "At 4 o'clock controversial critic Benjamin Buchloh.
There's plenty of publicity hungry soap stars more than willing to embarrass themselves in the name of front page headlines and gossip column
News Flash: The New York Post's gossip column
lets drop that none other than Barbra Streisand and her fiance, actor James Brolin, will be getting married this August 9 on Block Island.
We just finished doing my single with Lmfao, then I'm recording with Snoop Dogg," Contactmusic quoted her as telling New York Post gossip column