And now, from the You Can’t Make This Stuff Up Department, clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch will have its name added to the ER at Ohio State University’s medical center.
The Abercrombie & Fitch Emergency Department will be in honor of the Columbus-based company’s $10 million donation, as well as the already created Abercrombie & Fitch Chair in Inflammatory Bowel Disease faculty position, according to the Columbus Dispatch.
The company’s CEO, Mike Jeffries, infamously told Salon that the brand basically had a “no fat chicks” rule and prided itself in being “exclusionary,” but apparently being associated with explosive diarrhea is trés chic.
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Alec Baldwin had yet another run-in with a photographer on the streets of New York, this time allegedly grabbing the guy in a “pushing and shoving” match. No charges will be filed.
President Barack Obama said he “teared up” while watching “The Butler.”
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Ozzy Osbourne’s son, Jack, are among the cast of the upcoming “Dancing with the Stars.”
Justin Bieber was popped for running a stop sign in Calabasas and cops told him he has to get a California driver’s license ASAP.
TMZ reports that Lamar Odom is back home safe with his wife, Khloe Kardashian, after going missing.
Performer Liam Payne of One Direction is 20.
Actress Lea Michele (“Glee”) is 27.
Actress Carla Gugino (“Sucker Punch”) is 42.
Designer Paul Frank is 46.
Actress Rebecca De Mornay (“Risky Business”) is 54.
Author Temple Grandin (“The Autistic Brain”) is 66.
Director Joel Schumacher (“The Lost Boys”) is 74.
Actor Elliott Gould (“Ocean’s Thirteen”) is 75.
Director William Friedkin (“The Exorcist”) is 78.
Actor Richard Attenborough (“Gandhi”) is 90.