But now a full outfit made out of meat? Seriously? And – literally – above all, a meat-hat?
Wait a minute, even she was
embarrassed feeling strange about asking Cher to hold her purse. The meat purse.
“I never thought I’d be asking Cher to hold my meat purse.” – Lady Gaga
And then comes the enlightenment:
“Well, it is certainly no disrespect to anyone that is vegan or vegetarian, because as you know, I am the most judgment-free human being on the earth.”
“However, it has many interpretations. For me this evening, if we don’t stand up for what we believe in and fight for our rights pretty soon, we’re going to have as much rights as the meat on our bones. And, I am not a piece of meat.”
Oh, so that was the
idea thing… Ok, who starts the fire? Who has the mustard?
Leonardo DiCaprio has recently obtained a temporarily restraining order, against Livia Bistriceanu – a woman from Romania who lives in Chicago – who claims that she’s the wife of the American actor and bears his child. Livia Bistriceanu, 41, originally from Romania, lives with her parents in a small apartment in Chicago.
Former math teacher and poet, Livia Bistriceanu established in 1998 in Chicago, after winning the Green Card Lottery.
Her father, Ilie, has confirmed to a local TV station that his daughter has problems for several years, for not complying with treatment prescribed by doctors, even when she was in Romania.
“She ran away from home, went to Los Angeles. She fell in love with an artist and went to his home. This is the second or third time when she goes to him. For about three or four years she’s driving him crazy,” said the woman’s father.
The man said that Livia Bistriceanu was hospitalized in a psychiatric clinic, and now she’s no longer working and sits all day long on the Internet.
“It DiCaprio on the Internet with assistance from her flighty. We were glad not leaving (home no.) And has a job. … She has a stupid job but do not take treatment,” he father said Romanian.
“She made DiCaprio crazy with her internet approaches. We were glad she wasn’t leaving home and has something to stay focused. A stupid activity … She has the treatment but she doesn’t take it,” said the woman’s father.
Judge Carol Boas Goodson said on Wednesday on the restraining order against Livia Bistriceanu, 41 years in Chicago that the woman must stand at least 91.44 meters/100 yards away from the Leonardo