August 9, 2014 at 1:00 am


Grapevine: Jennifer Aniston holds out against botox

New on 'The View'?

There were a flurry of media reports over the last 24 hours that two relative unknowns will most likely be chosen by producers of “The View” to replace the departing Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd. Political commentator Nicolle Wallace, who was communications chief for former President George W. Bush, and October Gonzalez, wife of NFL star Tony Gonzalez (he retired from the Atlanta Falcons in 2013), will supposedly join Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O’Donnell in September. According to Us Weekly, a spokesperson for “The View” said, “Chemistry tests were conducted yesterday with Whoopi and Rosie. No decisions have been made and there is nothing to announce at this time.”

No Botox, no how

Actress Jennifer Aniston is pretty high maintenance, but she’ll do only so much to keep her looks, the 45-year-old actress told Yahoo! “I think what I have been witness to is seeing women trying to stay ageless with what they are doing to themselves. I am grateful to learn from their mistakes, because I am not injecting (expletive) into my face.” Then there’s fiance Justin Theroux, whom Aniston said “will put a gun to my head if I touch my face in any way.” OK now...

Detroit radio legends on Sunday broadcast

Tune in to WOMC-FM (104.3) 5-8 p.m. Sunday for a special three-hour program, “Radio Recall,” produced by former Detroit jock Jim Hampton, that will include vintage air checks from Detroit radio greats, including Robin Seymour, Dick Purtan,
Lee Alan, Joel Sebastian, Dave Shafer, Bob Green, Scott Regen,
Dave Prince, Tom Shannon and more. The clips of vintage Detroit disc jockeys will play in between “the 30 biggest car songs,” including Wilson
Pickett’s“Mustang Sally,” the Beach Boys’ best, etc. And of course, you can already watch the cruisers on Woodward Avenue, who have been warming up for the Aug. 16 cruise since spring.

Clooney September nuptials 'locked and loaded'

You may not be invited to George Clooney’s Sept. 20 wedding — to human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin — and we aren’t, but good news! Vogue editor Anna Wintour is invited, andtherefore she will feature photos and details of the wedding, rumored to be set for Venice, in an upcoming issue of the magazine. The chic Alamuddin, who’s 36 to Clooney’s 53, will be wearing a gown by Wintour favorite Oscar de la Renta. The groom will wear Armani, and reportedly has already been fitted for his wedding gear, at his home in Italy. The couple became engaged in April after a whirlwind eight-month courtship. “They’re locked and loaded,” a source told WWD.