Howard Stern proudly describes himself as a “serial monogamist“. After 21 years of marriage and a movie dedicated to describing what an awesome wife she was, Stern split from his wife Alison. He played the field for 18 months before hooking up with his future second wife Beth Ostrosky.
Howard Stern’s private eyes may just be watching you. On Tuesday’s satellite radio broadcast, Stern revealed that he has hired a private investigator to look into the personal lives of people who have been cyberbullying him on Twitter.
Stern’s co-host Robin Quivers was referencing a new survey that says that most children today are subjected to cyberbullying, when Stern revealed that he’s taken action against those harassing him online:
“I’m subjected to cyberbullying every day on that Twitter,” said Stern. “I got a guy now who’s finding out the real names and occupations of what the people do who bully me. I’m kind of a fighter, so—there’s this one dude, 36-years-old from California. I’m looking into him now, and there’s a couple of others. I’m just going to learn about them and find out what makes them tick and what they do. I’m all about that. I’ll go to war with anyone. I’m a warrior. Let’s do it.”
Stern joined Twitter in 2011, and frequently uses his feed to share sexy photos of his wife Beth Ostrosky Stern. The King of All Media revolutionized Twitter a few months after joining up when he spontaneously began live tweeting a replay of his 1997 film “Private Parts” one night when it was playing on HBO.
Howard Stern’s photography habit has made for some pretty steamy photos of his bikini model wife Beth Ostrosky Stern. The Sterns have posted dozens of photos of a scantily clad Beth O to their Twitter accounts over the past two years, including the “topless in the snow” shot featured above.
But is the constant barrage of barely covered Beth O pics awesome? Or annoying?
Check out some of the sexiest Twitter pics of Beth O in the gallery below and then vote on whether they’re totally hot or totally annoying in the poll below.
Howard Stern has made a sweet living out of being his own harshest critic. He calls himself ugly, neurotic, narcissistic and ill-endowed in the penile area. But he won’t admit it’s super lame to continue his gig as a judge on “America’s Got Talent” for Season 8.
I went to an “AGT” taping last year and saw Howard Stern in person. It was awesome. I mean, seeing Howard Stern and being in a screaming crowd of Stern Show fans was awesome–NOT “AGT”.
“AGT” is supa lame. Supa. And that was last year–before Heidi Klum and Mel B joined the panel as “expert” judges. Stern’s photo is now pushed off to one end of the “AGT” poster, and Klum’s photo is the most prominently featured. Blasphemy.
Forget the fact that Howard Stern himself bashed the show in 2010 after finding out that the “million dollar prize” was doled out in installments over forty years. Read the story here
Forget the fact that Howard’s satellite radio schedule gets totally screwed by his “AGT” schedule. (There were only two live shows this week and none two weeks ago).
The real tragedy of “AGT” is that Howard Stern doesn’t realize it’s beneath him. It’s a lame, cheesily produced, dime-a-dozen talent show–and Howard has to sit there and not call attention to the steaming lameness of it all. It’s hard for long time Howard Stern Show fans to reconcile that their hero would lower himself to something as lame as sharing top billing with the likes of Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and a friggin’ ex-Spice Girl.
Stern has said many times on air that he does “AGT” for no other reason than that he’s a huge fan of the show and wants to be a part of it. It’s not that I don’t want him to be happy, and his “AGT” gig certainly gives me more material to write about, but I became a Howard Stern fan because of his brutal honesty, and watching him sit in the middle of a spectacle of cheese without calling it out is like Chinese water torture–and probably slightly more entertaining.
Depp showed up at the 2013 Grammy Awards looking a little too much like one of his recent iconic characters for Stern’s liking.
“Somebody needs to get a hold of Johnny Depp and tell him that Jack Sparrow is just a character her plays in the movies,” said Stern Tuesday. I think he’s living the character. I think Johnny Depp’s caught in Jack Sparrow…Johnny Depp’s forever a pirate.”
“It could have been worse,” replied co-host Robin Quivers. “He could have been caught in Edward Scissorhands.”
At least Edward Scissorhands who can’t creepily tempt children with candy and then kill them in his chocolate factory. What if he’d gotten stuck in Willy Wonka?
Stern’s case was heard by a panel of five New York State Court of Appeals judges on Tuesday, February 12, 2013. One Twelve, et al. have been pursuing the legal action against Sirius XM since shortly after Stern renewed his contract with the satellite radio company at the end of 2010. At issue is an estimated $330 million in stock bonuses that Stern claims he is entitled to according to a provision in his contract that promised him bonuses every time the company hit a certain target numbers of subscribers. Stern and Buchwald say the millions of XM subscribers absorbed by Sirius in the 2008 merger should count towards that total, since Sirius never would have been able to take over their competitor without Stern on their team. Sirius XM disagrees, saying that Stern received a separate $25 million bonus in the merger as promised and was entitled to nothing more.
In this latest chapter of Howard Stern’s latest saga as a disgruntled employee, judges will now decide whether to overturn Judge Barbara Kapnick’s April 2012 decision that Stern, Buchwald and One Twelve were entitled to a big fat zero…point…zero.