Tim Gunn goes on more than one rant in ‘Gunn’s Golden Rules’

By Greg Hernandez

HollywoodNews.com: Tim Gunn is doing interviews and signings for his new book “Gunn’s Golden Rules” and boy it sure is bringing out his inner bitch!

In the past few weeks he has had a lot to say about famous people. Let’s start with druggie Lindsay Lohan and her disastrous tenure as creative director of Emanuel Ungaro: “Mr. Ungaro is dead and God knows he must have been rolling over in his grave, but I thought, this is one of the last couture houses left in this entire world. Lindsay Lohan is the creative director? How absurd is that! It would be like asking, I don’t know, like, asking Suri Cruise to pilot a fighter jet.”

Okay, that’s fine. But why did he have to go on to pick on the adorable daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes by adding: “Suri is, she’s her mother and father’s dress up doll and I feel in many ways she’s a fashion victim and it’s just very inappropriate.”

I dunno, I think she’s just the cutest creature on Earth and Tim should leave her the heck alone! But others are fair game. Here’s more of Tim’s bitchfest:

On “Gossip Girl” actress Taylor Momsen: (He witnessed her behavior while doing a guest spot on the show): “You know young lady, there are hundreds of thousands of girls who are just as attractive and even smarter than you. Why are you acting like this show is a huge burden on you?”

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One Comment

  • October 8, 2010 | Permalink |

    Suri Cruise is as adorable as she can be, AND it is a little creepy seeing her parents put her in the role of a patty play-pal.

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