Jim Mullen's Hot Sheet for the week of April 2, 2004 | EW.com


Jim Mullen's Hot Sheet for the week of April 2, 2004

The 10 hottest topics of April 2, 2004

Jim Mullen’s Hot Sheet for the week of April 2, 2004

1 BRITNEY SPEARS She had to cancel a concert because she injured her knee. Would she cancel if she had merely lost her voice?

2 DEADWOOD A new Western series on HBO about ultra-violent cowboys who cuss and swear like they’re on The Sopranos. It was originally going to be called Gun-f – -ing-smoke.

3 CALL ME: THE RISE AND FALL OF HEIDI FLEISS She was a madam. This is Hollywood’s idea of a Greek tragedy.

4 MADONNA She’s announced plans for the Reinvention tour this summer. To which many concertgoing 13-year-olds said, ”Who’s Madonna?”

5 PARIS HILTON The vapid hotel heiress was thrown from a horse while filming The Simple Life 2. Don’t worry, the horse was not injured.

6 THE LADYKILLERS Colonel Sanders look-alike Tom Hanks plans to steal a casino’s cash. Or the list of KFC’s secret herbs and spices.

7 OMAROSA Being fired by Donald Trump has been a huge career boost for her. She’s planning to get fired next by Warren Buffett and then by Bill Gates.

8 JERSEY GIRL Ben Affleck’s wife, Jennifer Lopez, dies in the first 15 minutes. Finally, a movie with a happy beginning and a happy end.

9 GEORGE CLOONEY He’s raising funds for his dad Nick’s run for Congress. Is a kissing booth against campaign finance law?

10 THOM FILICIA The Queer Eye design guy has replaced Kirstie Alley as the spokesperson for Pier 1. Which will make it the No. 1 place to register for your gay wedding.

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