- The Washington Times - Thursday, June 28, 2007

PETA wants less Moore

PETA has a message for “Sicko” director Michael Moore: You’re fat-o.

According to MSNBC.com, members of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals are blasting the filmmaker as a hypocrite for criticizing the U.S. health care system in his new documentary, “Sicko” — which opens tomorrow — because they say he’s in poor health himself.

“There’s an elephant in the room, and it is you,” PETA President Ingrid Newkirk wrote in a letter to Mr. Moore.

Miss Newkirk urged the rotund Mr. Moore to become a vegetarian, which many nutritionists say is a good way to lose weight, and also suggested he visit PETA’s Web site GoVeg.com for meatless recipes.

Writes Miss Newkirk: “As they say at Nike: ‘Just do it.’ ”


The new face of Nintendo is … Nicole Kidman?

Nintendo has announced that the Oscar winner plans to appear in its new “pan-European campaign” for the company’s new 60-day Brain Training series, the New York Post reports.

“I love the concept that Nintendo is reaching out to new audiences with their self-improvement products,” said Miss Kidman, 40.

“I’ve quickly found that training my brain is a great way to keep my mind feeling young,” the former Mrs. Tom Cruise added.

Of course, the airbrushed photographs in the ads keep her face looking young, as well, the New York Post notes.

New low for Rosie

Rosie O’s new bid for attention?

The strenuously antiwar Miss O’Donnell just took her message to a completely different level, dressing her 4-year-old daughter, Vivienne, in an ammo belt and fatigues in a photograph on the top of her blog at Rosie.com.

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