Us Wrap: Carrie Prejean: My Breast Implants Are Christian-Friendly

Celebrity News Nov. 12, 2009 AT 6:47PM
Us Wrap: Carrie Prejean: My Breast Implants Are Christian-Friendly Credit: Denise Truscello/

Faith-friendly boobs? Dethroned pageant queen Carrie Prejean (she nearly walked off Larry King Live Wednesday night) says her fake boobs jibe just fine with her devout Christian faith: "I don't think there's anything wrong with getting breast implants as a Christian . . . I don't see anywhere in the Bible where it says you shouldn't get breast implants." [HuffingtonPost]

Dream on, Aerosmith fans: lead singer Steven Tyler is squashing rumors of a band breakup. He assured a New York crowd during a Tuesday concert, "I am not leaving Aerosmith." [OMG]

Blair Waldorf -- er, Leighton Meester -- really wants "Somebody to Love." Is it Robin Thicke? The actress-turned-singer launched her first video, "Somebody to Love," off her upcoming debut album, and duets with Thicke. [PopEater]

How does 40-plus model-actress Elizabeth Hurley keep her stunning shape? With vodka! "I don't miss having a glass of wine because I've switched to vodka," she says, adding that her indulgences include a single square of organic chocolate and a tablespoon of ice cream. Yum? [Perez Hilton]

After photos surfaced of Sammy Sosa with dramatically lighter skin, the baseball great has denied of using skin-bleaching creams on his face for vitiglio (in the manner of Michael Jackson). "I use a cream to keep my skin smooth and soft. I apply it before I go to bed," he clarified on Univision recently. [The Frisky]

A contestant on ABC's physically demanding game show Wipeout has died. Tom Sparks, 33, was rushed to a Northern California hospital two weeks ago after being injured -- and suffering a stroke -- performing a stunt on the series. Despite multiple brain surgeries, he died Nov. 5.  [TheWrap]

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