Dirty Harry’s biggest sin may have been skipping Chelsy’s 22nd birthday party.
After more than three years of tumultuous coupledom, England’s reigning Royal of partying, Prince Harry, was dumped by his Zimbabwean girlfriend Chelsy Davy. Davy, who moved to England to be closer to Harry and is kind of a butterface, discovered drunken text messages to unspecified sluts on Harry’s phone last week and that was the final straw.
Conflicting reports have her withdrawing from Leeds University and heading back to Africa, while others say she’s staying strong in England. We’ve seen this movie before and we say, stay in school. Not because she needs an education, but because it’s a “trial separation.” They’re clearly not done shagging, so why go through the trouble of flying six thousand miles after every drunk dial. Maybe Chelsy wants global warming? After all, she has been complaining that Leeds is too cold.
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As global as the world has become, taste apparently still has a little lag time from one continent to another.
As of October 9th, Maryland’s Good Charlotte started touring Australia, and according to their website they’ll carry on in The Land Down Under for a month, arriving there shortly after their widely touted acoustic appearance inside the Verizon L.A. Store in mid-September. Hopefully, they’ll see hotter venues between Sydney and Perth.
While it takes 1.4 tons of greenhouse gases to get each air passenger from LA to Australia, you can a carbon offset for your flight for about $14.50. No doubt the nice boys of the band could afford to buy them. No word yet on whether or not they have, yet their international dates bring to mind the grousing over pollution generated by flying bands around the world for Al Gore’s Live Earth concerts in June.
How much more pollution is generated, after all, when fading American bands head overseas on run-of-the-mill tours, simply in search of new audiences? In a truly global world, Austrialian kids would already have the heads-up: Good Charlotte is not cool anymore.