miércoles, 5 de noviembre de 2008

Holly Madison Talks Hefner Break Up, Calls Hef "High Maintenance"

Holly Madison, Hugh Hefner's girlfriend of seven years, came only to "Extra's" special correspondent Alison Waite to talk about her heartbreaking split from the Playboy mogul. "I'm just kind of sad about my breakup with Hef. I wish he would've seen it coming," Madison admitted.

Madison continued, "Everybody was surprised when it happened because even though I was unhappy for a long time, the split happened suddenly...The signs were there. I was depressed for awhile."

Madison revealed one of the reasons for the break-up saying, "I want to be with somebody I can have more of a future with eventually. Hef and I can't get married and have kids...so it was fun while it lasted but it wasn't right for my old age. I got too old for Hef."

Madison has "been staying in the guest room. Hef was kind enough not to kick me out of the house....but my condo should be finished [soon]..."

As for her current relationship with Hefner, Madison explained, "I still work for him. We're still best friends. I still call and check in on him almost everyday."

Holly Madison Talks Hefner Break Up, Calls Hef "High Maintenance"
When Waite asked about Hefners's new girlfriends,

"He does not waste any time but I'm happy for him. I want him to be busy and happy and having fun."

Madison admitted, "It might be refreshing to date someone who is not high maintenance. Sorry, Hef, you know you're high maintenance. I love you but you know you're high maintenance."

PLUS - Over the weekend, Waite caught up with Madison who was hand in hand with rumored new love, Criss Angel, at his new Cirque Du Soleil show, Believe, in Las Vegas. So, are Madison and Angel officially a couple? Angel exclaimed, "You want the exclusive? We're good friends and we love spending time with each other." Waite responded, "I hope you can get some benefits as far as being friends" Angel said, "Friends with benefits. Yeah!"

the Obama or McCain? Let a totally unqualified celebrity decide!

By Michael O'Connell, Special to Metromix

On Tuesday, November 4, your country will ask you to choose who will lead her for the next four years. It’s your privilege, it’s your responsibility, it’s… wait, celebrities already decided who we should vote for!

Yes, with a public platform comes the intoxicating thrill of standing on your soapbox and telling people exactly how you feel—whether you make sense or not. The 2008 election will probably be remembered as much for its glut of famous folks stumping for their candidates of choice as the candidates themselves, so here's a look at some of the most politically motivated celebs to come out of the partisan woodwork.

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