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rose vs. hilfiger...

Postby mehem » Sat May 20, 2006 3:46 pm

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in today's irrelevant celebrity news...

Richard Johnson and Chris Wilson of the New York Post have issued the following report:

Tommy Hilfiger really showed his "Appetite for Destruction" yesterday when he pummeled GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose in a dispute over a VIP table at Rosario Dawson's birthday party (photo), sources said.

The midnight turf battle erupted when Axl moved Hilfiger's girlfriend's drink in the banquette area of The Plumm nightclub on West 14th Street — where the "Rent" actress was celebrating her 27th birthday.

A densely packed crowd of celebs — including Lenny Kravitz and Kid Rock — had ringside seats to the battle.

The feisty fashionista was acting all gangsta, hitting Axl with a flurry of punches, one that landed under Rose's eye.

"First [Axl and Tommy] were sitting. Then they were pulling on each other . . . It got so out of control," said a shocked witness.

As the punch-up escalated, Hilfiger introduced Rose to some "November Pain" with a blow to the cheek. Club guards quickly tried to separate the men. [Check out photos of Axl and Hilfiger being separated by club guards: Photo#1, Photo#2.]

"A bunch of security ran over — but Tommy would not back down. He was just out to take him down," the witness said.

"Kid Rock got trampled by people running over. It was unbelievable."

Eventually, the designer's own bodyguard pulled him out of the club.

Yesterday, club owner Noel Ashman pointed the finger at Hilfiger: "Axl was a gentleman and had the good sense not to retaliate, as he would have done some serious damage to Hilfiger."

Rose said the attack was unprovoked, in an interview with The Post in his dressing room.

The singer said Hilfiger may have been angry because he'd been told to move to make room for Rose and his entourage.

Rose described Hilfiger as "foaming at the mouth."

When Rose took the stage a few minutes later to perform the song "You're Crazy", he dedicated it "to my good friend Tommy Hilfiger."

Kid Rock, wearing a black-brimmed hat and smoking a cigar, took his fellow rocker's side, and explained that Hilfiger was upset because he is way further down on the fame food chain.

The hierarchy, according to Kid Rock, begins with mere mortals and works its way up to sports stars.

"After that it's movie stars, then rock stars, then Michael Jordan." Hilfiger is somewhere between a mere mortal and a sports star in this ranking.

Lenny Kravitz seemed to side with Hilfiger, and also fled the club soon after Hilfiger got the heave-ho.

Hilfiger's peeps would not comment yesterday.

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i didn't know tommy knew karate....
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Postby footprintzinthesand » Wed May 24, 2006 4:10 pm

mehem wrote:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The hierarchy, according to Kid Rock, begins with mere mortals and works its way up to sports stars.

"After that it's movie stars, then rock stars, then Michael Jordan." Hilfiger is somewhere between a mere mortal and a sports star in this ranking.


Wow. I never knew that movie/music stars were immortal (oh, and let's not forget Michael Jordan!).... learn something new everyday... Guess I should get down on my knees n start worshipping, since they're so damn superior and all... oh great ones, how could I have ever doubted your immortality?! :roll:
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Re: rose vs. hilfiger...

Postby iblis » Wed May 24, 2006 8:04 pm

mehem wrote:i didn't know tommy knew karate....

yeah. he's probably bought an entire wardrobe full of black belts.
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Postby Dark Elf » Wed May 24, 2006 9:45 pm

Hey! I have a Tommy H. Chef coat!
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Postby Dark Elf » Wed May 24, 2006 9:48 pm

humanponygirl213 wrote:
mehem wrote:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The hierarchy, according to Kid Rock, begins with mere mortals and works its way up to sports stars.

"After that it's movie stars, then rock stars, then Michael Jordan." Hilfiger is somewhere between a mere mortal and a sports star in this ranking.


Wow. I never knew that movie/music stars were immortal (oh, and let's not forget Michael Jordan!).... learn something new everyday... Guess I should get down on my knees n start worshipping, since they're so damn superior and all... oh great ones, how could I have ever doubted your immortality?! :roll:


We should make a movie star altar @ the ball on Friday! We could go get a bunch of those white 7 day candles (I burn them @ home constantly) and all bring pictures from magazines and make a collage with all the candles in front of it....then halfway through the night we could stop the music, have a moment of sielence, and all get on our hands and knees and bow to the altar of the immortal movie star gods.....
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Re: rose vs. hilfiger...

Postby junkie christ » Thu May 25, 2006 8:37 am

iblis wrote:
mehem wrote:i didn't know tommy knew karate....

yeah. he's probably bought an entire wardrobe full of black belts.
If chuck norris instructed him, axl is lucky he survived.
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Postby footprintzinthesand » Thu May 25, 2006 11:22 am

Dark Elf wrote:
humanponygirl213 wrote:
mehem wrote:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The hierarchy, according to Kid Rock, begins with mere mortals and works its way up to sports stars.

"After that it's movie stars, then rock stars, then Michael Jordan." Hilfiger is somewhere between a mere mortal and a sports star in this ranking.


Wow. I never knew that movie/music stars were immortal (oh, and let's not forget Michael Jordan!).... learn something new everyday... Guess I should get down on my knees n start worshipping, since they're so damn superior and all... oh great ones, how could I have ever doubted your immortality?! :roll:


We should make a movie star altar @ the ball on Friday! We could go get a bunch of those white 7 day candles (I burn them @ home constantly) and all bring pictures from magazines and make a collage with all the candles in front of it....then halfway through the night we could stop the music, have a moment of sielence, and all get on our hands and knees and bow to the altar of the immortal movie star gods.....


Sounds like the introduction to some kind've wild orgy.....

(...maaaybe not, but my mind is roaming around in a guy's pair of boxers somewhere right now...) :-) *cough*
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