Elin Nordegren is on the cover of People, telling her side of the story. She is a lovely woman, put up with a lot of crap and I applaud her getting out of a sh*tty marriage. I'm sure People expects this issue to fly off the shelves, but I don't think it will. We don't care so much about the non-famous wife, though everyone wants her to live a great life with Tiger's money now that she's free. What else will she say other than she's pissed, can't forgive, was blind-sided by all the babes and wants the best for her children? Not so interesting. She won't claim she knew something fishy was going on. It's not the way to leave graciously, to admit you looked the other way or took a club to your husband (though who knows what happened). In the Year of the Cheating Husband, we bought the Sandra Bullock/baby issue because we know Sandra really well and the baby surprise was a nice bombshell. At least they don't have Lindsay's early rehab on the cover. Even more boring. People needs to hire Dish.
In even less newsworthy news: Heidi Montag is getting her fun-bags reduced to D-cups. I get tired just thinking of her. So much energy and pain to stay in the headlines.