How celebrities keep it "real"
There has been a lot of talk lately about the legitimacy of certain body parts amongst celebrities. Tyra Banks, for example, has spent a lot of time informing men and women alike that her breasts are, in fact, real. Recently, she even extended her breast authentication abilities to her guest Katherine McPhee. Once the exam was over, it was determined that Katherine, like Tyra, has not had breast augmentation surgery.
Well, aside from being highly aroused, I was incredibly relieved. It's nice to see that in this day and age some people still know that real beauty comes from within.
But it got me thinking, what about other celebrities and their body parts? If these women can verify their actual anatomy shouldn't everyone on TV prove that they are real as well?
For instance, I find it hard to believe that Simon Cowell hasn't had any work done on his chest. He just seems a little too proud of those pecs.
What about Jason Lee? He loves to talk about the mustache he grew for My Name is Earl but until I see it get a real good tug, I'm not buying it.
How about late night TV? I demand that Dave Letterman's gap, Jay Leno's chin and Craig Ferguson's accent all be verified by an independent third party.
Lastly, let's all insist that Donald Trump come clean on what the deal is with his hair. I mean, the guy's a billionaire, it doesn't matter whether or not he's bald. Didn't Lex Luthor teach us that?
In closing, I know some of you have seen me on television or on my web cast The Paul Goebel Show and have doubted the authenticity of my own hair. In response, let me paraphrase Teri Hatcher...it's real and it's fabulous.