The Week in Kate: Kate Moss billboard injures four, Katy Perry courted for biopic

Kate Moss Billboard Injures FourLooks likes the Kates, Katys, and Catherines of the world were mighty busy this week. Here, your weekly roundup of name-specific news.

  • A Kate Moss billboard in London fell yesterday, injuring four. Luckily, none of the injuries were severe. [Jezebel]
  • 17-year-old Katy Butler tried to do something about the MPAA giving the Weinstein Company’s documentary “Bully” an R-rating, effectively barring it from being shown in schools. However, the MPAA was not moved by her 200,000-signature petition. [Huffington Post]
  • Goldie Hawn is in hot water after draping herself over soon-to-be son-in-law Matthew Bellamy at the launch of her new charity, the Hawn Foundation. Something tells me Kate Hudson didn’t feel too upset about this one. Much ado about nothing? [PopSugar]
  • Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton accompanied Queen Elizabeth II on the kickoff of her Diamond Jubilee tour, attending a student fashion show in Leicester. [People]
  • Also, Middleton has scheduled her first public speech! Prepare to hear her voice! [People]
  • In the meantime, here’s the first clip of her sister Pippa Middleton speaking, when she’s ambushed by a reporter during a cross-country skiing event. [Socialite Life]
  • Catherine Doughty has released the book “Breast Cancer! You’re Kidding… Right? Living Life Through The Prism of Uncertainty,” a witty guide to ladies going through this ordeal, as she did. [Virtual Strategy]
  • Kate Gosselin gives travel tips in a new column. And she should listen to her because when she goes anywhere, she has to pack for nine. [Coupon Cabin]

  • Catherine Bach, aka “Daisy Duke,” will appear at the Carlisle Fairgrounds in Pennsylvania along with Cooter. [Mopar Muscle Magazine]
  • Katy Perry‘s rocking a blue ponytail that reminds me of Madonna circa the Blonde Ambition tour. [Us Weekly]
  • Speaking of Perry, she is apparently being courted by Harvey Weinstein to play British opera Singer Paul Potts on the big screen. [Page Six]
  • Katie Couric’s daughters are traumatized by her Tweeting. [Celebrity Baby Scoop]
  • Kate Baldwin, who was nominated for a Tony for her work in “Finnian’s Rainbow,” has been cast in “Music Man.” [Playbill]
  • Shonda Rhimes breaks Katherine Heigl’s heart, saying Heigl won’t be coming back to “Grey’s Anatomy.” Throw the girl a bone and give her a cameo in the finale. [Seattle PI]

Any Kate-related news this week that I missed. Add it in the comments, please!


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