And it’s Michael Hutchence’s estranged half sister, Tina Hutchence.
She’s lashed out at Channel Seven for the way they portrayed her late rock-god brother Michael, and, ah, her main objection seems to be that Michael took a lotta drugs.
In a radio interview with Meshel Laurie, Tina accused the show’s writers of “trashing” her family and making their traumatic past a “soap opera”. Tina says she got in touch with INXS manager Chris Murphy, who was executive producer on the project with guitarist Tim Farris, to voice her concerns.
“I wrote to Chris and said, ‘You know, what’s going on?’
“I’m really heart-broken, if this turns into something bad … I don’t know how you could do this to him. And he wrote back and assured me, ‘No Tina, just watch Michael’s star rise again and you know everything is going to be just great’.
“They were going to go soap opera on us, they could’ve shared some of the petty jealousies they displayed in real life. Now that would’ve been real (sic) good television, you know? But so far what I’ve seen is, you know, them trashing Michael’s families … but, you know, people that are no longer here to protect their name, they’ve done some injustices too … I’m very disappointed.”
This is what Paris Hilton has to wear to get our attention these days
Remember Paris Hilton? The original famous-for-no-discernible-reason starlet from the 2000s?
Well, it might blow your mind to know she’s just turned 33.
Or, you might have absolutely no fucks to give because it’s Paris Hilton and she doesn’t look a day older than the last time you saw her step out in public in a tiara.
Either way, we present: Paris Hilton’s Birthday Attempt To Recapture Our Attention.
Yes, that is a picture of Paris Hilton’s face on top of Paris Hilton’s birthday cake.
It’s like a metaphor for her career.
And a look back at Paris Hilton’s finest moments…
The trailer for Angelina Jolie’s movie where she tries to make Australia look like America is here.
Angelina Jolie is a millionaire movie-star raising six kids under the age of 12. But she just had so much spare time on her hands, she decided to make a film. That’s why she’s been hanging out in Australia – to make what actually looks like a pretty special movie.
Unbroken is based on the true story of Louis Zamperini, an Olympian and WWII vet who survived a plane crash and 47 days on a raft only to be “rescued” by the enemy and taken to a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp.