America's Next Top ModelLet's start with last things first, shall we? I was wondering why they were already down to six and there was still no sign of a fabulous trip. So the second Tyra emphasized how interesting the judges' decision was, it did seem kind of plausible that they wouldn't eliminate anyone. It also helped that all of the girls performed fairly equally this week — in the judges' opinions, that is; I'm tiring of Nik and her sudden onset of lame panic every time she's asked to show a little bit of personality.
Eva the Diva, otherwise known as the only Top Model grad visible in a single magazine right now, got to show the girls "the life of what a winner of Top Model really does." OK. Grammar aside, it was nice to see her a
Hey, Jackass fans! Missing MTV's asinine stunt show? This April, you can look forward to a big reunion. Well, sort of. "We're done with Jackass," Johnny Knoxville tells TV Guide Online. "We let the movie be the exclamation point on that. But I just went to Indonesia for two weeks with Steve-O and Chris Pontius to film some episodes of their MTV show, Wildboyz. It was pretty low-pressure for me."
Despite his reckless rep, Knoxville — who shares daughter Madison with his fashion-designer wife, Melanie — says he has no "dirt" to dish for us. Or does he? "I have 142 illegitimate children on the way," he cracks. "They're all due next month, so I guess my wife will find out then. Eight months ago was a really big time for me." Very funny, Johnny.
Actually, the 33-year-old is too focused on his busy acting career to get in much trouble. Next up, he co-stars in the Walking Tall remake (openi