We won't spoil too many details of Bruno's run-in with twin PR girls (and Kristin Cavallari lookalikes?) Nicole and Suzie DeFosset, but suffice it to say that the duo know that Darfur is a "hot" charity option and not much else about the place. We won't even start on Darfive, since the movie just premiered today and all.
BlackBook tracked down the twins to see how, after all the 'Borat' hype, they were tricked into an interview and how they reacted to seeing themselves onscreen.
This film recently got the principal and athletic director of an LA school in trouble for letting athletes pose with Bruno in GQ, and some scenes were reshot after gay audiences compared them to 'blackface'. Will the movie will be funny or too much?
Isla Fisher has been a busy lady over the past few weeks. No, the actress isn't out promoting her own film. She's been following hubby Sacha Baron Cohen around of course, as he continues on the promotional tour for his new movie, 'Bruno'. So far she's been in London, Paris and Los Angeles.
Excuse the quality of this video (and the random wedding shot at the end), but we had to bring up what happened on 'The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien' last night. Namely, Bruno did a striptease to Lady Gaga's 'Just Dance' in Conan's face.
Are you looking forward to seeing 'Bruno' when it premieres July 10, or are you already tired of Sacha Baron Cohen's act?
Pixie Geldof, like The Fash Pack, seems to be interested in testing out the denim-jacket trend. At last night's premiere of 'Bruno' in London's Leicester Square, she topped a halter mini dress with a few necklaces and a casual cover-up. Do you like what she's doing for the Sacha Baron Cohen show?
"Times are hard, but if you shop around und are prepared to vear some things twice before throwing zem away, it is still possible to look good on a clothing budget of about $20,000 a veek." There's your advice from Bruno, the newest alter-ego of Sacha Baron Cohen.
GQ's July cover boy showed up in Leicester Square tonight for the London premiere of 'Bruno'. Too bad the queen was busy with the Royal Ascot, or she might have been thrilled to see his new uniform.
We're not claiming it's a high point, in terms of dignity, for us to be asking this, but whose bare-all GQ cover do you prefer? Sacha Baron Cohen will front the magazine as Bruno for its July issue, but Jennifer Aniston went there first this January.