I wanted to have a bit of a discussion, which is not something I have currently done on my blog thus far. I'm sure many of you have heard the current stories circulating about Charlie Sheen and John Galliano.
I'm quite a big fan of the show Two and a Half Men and was disappointed to hear it was on hiatus. It was one of those shows I'd put on in the background as I was cooking or cleaning because it's funny and mindless. For those of you who don't know, the CBS network cancelled Sheen's show and apparently it is due to his behavior. Sheen defended his behavior and said he was never late to filming and never cost the network a penny. I wanted to know your thoughts on the story: Should an actor's personal life and behavior affect his/her day job if they act professionally on set?
Also... feel free to comment on Sheen's show apparel:
John Galliano has also been in the spotlight and unfortunately it isn't for his incredible Dior designs.
For those of you who haven't heard, the famous John Galliano has been fired from fashion house Dior for making anti-semitic racist remarks. Galliano was caught on film declaring his love for Hitler and stating "People like you would be dead. Your forefathers would all be f****** gassed" to a Parisian couple. I was literally shocked when I heard this story, and even more shocked when I realized Natalie Portman was the face of one of Dior's perfume. I think it was a smart move on Dior's part to fire Galliano (he clearly has issues) and I agree with Portman's statement: "I'm deeply shocked and disgusted. I will not be associated with Mr Galliano in any way." What are you thoughts on this event? Do you think Dior reacted appropriately?
Stars or slobs? Definite slobs in my opinion.