Who knew thatOctomom's masturbation porno shoot was really just training her hands for a boxing match?
Octomom, a/k/a Nadya Suleman, will be in Atlantic City June 23 to either box or pillow-fight an undetermined challenger.
Suleman's self-pleasuring porn film has started shooting, according to TMZ, but no distributor or release date has been identified. When we interviewed her last year, Suleman was horrified and offended when we asked if she would ever consider the porn offers she had received. But she does have 14 children to feed.
Who but Damon Feldman would be promoting this event? Feldman seeks a female radio or TV personality for the bout, which he swears will be in A.C., though he is still securing a venue. Maybe 6ABC's Cecily Tynan will step up? After all, she has been taking boxing lessons at Joltin' Jabs (4313 Main) in Manayunk.
Interested candidates should contact Feldman at 484-318-6133 or email email@example.com
Rappers party with Meek Mill
Rap stars Rick Ross, Juelz Santana and Wale came out to help North Philly hip-hop sensation Meek Mill celebrate his 25th birthday Sunday. First the guys were part of a boat party on the Delaware and later that night hit up Union Transfer (10th & Spring Garden) for a private party.
Sheena on Sunday 'Today'
NBC10 meteorologist Sheena Parveen, who started in January, is already getting a national shot. She will be broadcasting weather for NBC's "Today Weekend" Sunday.
'Situation' selling sunglasses
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, arguably the douchiest "Jersey Shore" castmate, will appear from 5 to 8 Thursday evening at The Eye Shoppe (102 S. Main) in New Hope at a launch party for his sunglass line, Michael Sorrentino Origination Series.
Eve Ensler honored
"Vagina Monologues" creator Eve Ensler will be honored Thursday at Women's Way's 35th annual Powerful Voice Awards at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown. Ensler, a Tony award-winning playwright, performer and activist, receives Women's Way's Lucretia Mott Award.
For more info on Women's Way, visit womensway.org.
Back from Down Under
In from Perth, Australia, pedal-steel guitarist Lucky Oceans, co-founder of Asleep at the Wheel, sits in Thursday night at McShea's Pub (242 Haverford) in Narberth during a free show about 9:30 by Texas-swing band Beats Walkin'. Oceans, born Reuben Gosfield in Philadelphia in 1951, is in the area visiting relatives. Oceans' parents owned Chestnut Hill's old Under the Blue Moon restaurant, which closed in 1997. n