#OccupyHollywood: Let’s Turn on Foodie Celebs

Looks like the #Occupy gang recently turned on celebs in the well-titled #OccupyHollywood. Of course, the oft-mocked Gwyneth Paltrow couldn’t escape the ire of protesters, er, eh, bloggers. But seriously, if you could afford to put a wood-burning oven in your backyard, wouldn’t you? Could you imagine those awesome dinner parties with intensely smoked veggies and fish and meats and entire cakes made out of s’mores?!

Check out the rest of the overpaid, morally corrupt celebs, especially Mr. Ambiguous Anderson Cooper. Because, as Harvey Milk, said, and I’m paraphrasing here, the more people that come out, the better.

And to keep the convo off food, check it: Will Smith keeps it real.

(Photo: But You’re Like Really Pretty)

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  • Rianne October 26, 2011  

    I LOATHE Gwyneth and have hated her just that much more since she introduced GOOP.

  • Laura October 26, 2011  

    Well, Anderson can’t really come out. His CNN job often has him traveling to zones that aren’t exactly accepting. He travels to emergency zones in developing countries, which aren’t safe at the best of times. If he was out it would be even more dangerous for himself and his team. He’s in the glass closet, everyone who wants to know knows that he’s gay.

  • BS October 26, 2011  

    I agree with Laura. The Coop doesn’t pretend to be not gay; he just says it’s nunya business. A goal of the gay rights movement should be that every person feels comfortable talking about their sexuality in public and in the workplace — not that every person HAS to. I would like to know more about his food choices though.

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