Christie Brinkley speaks out on Billy...

Christie Brinkley speaks out on Billy Joel breakup

There are 93 comments on the Newsday story from Jun 18, 2009, titled Christie Brinkley speaks out on Billy Joel breakup. In it, Newsday reports that:

Billy Joel and Katie Lee Joel attend "The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion" Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan.

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bobby

Valley Stream, NY

#90 Jun 19, 2009
Sylvia wrote:
Gee Im just shocked...why hollywood people insist in getting married is beyond my comprehension....and once again it proves my the point that you can be old, short, bald and ugly but you can BUY any woman you choose....ugh...maybe she got sick of his saggy old ....., well one get's the picture
THERE are these blue pills that make that old saggy thing,stand up like a steel pole . money talks ,he will have another young babe.
DWW

New York, NY

#91 Jun 19, 2009
JKH wrote:
<quoted text> And I guess your making money off your looks?
While not ugly, I wouldn't say there is a huge departure from what my parent look like. Both equally good looking, makes me... hold on.... yes, good looking. Blue eyes go a long way.

And yes, more than once I've been hired for job where they want you to be presentable. I guess I was hired for my looks. Never thought of it that way... Damn I'm hot!

“E Pluribus F&P!”

Since: Jan 08

Floral Park

#92 Jun 19, 2009
Well if an alcoholic 60 year old songwriter who hasn't had a hit in 16 years and a 27 year old restaurant hostess can't make it work, where's the hope foe rest of us. Thank goodness for Mel Gibson and his new love, a 21 year old Russian cocktail waitress.

“It might have been !!!”

Since: Aug 07

F&P City

#94 Jun 19, 2009
Al Kahalik wrote:
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Good point...and Gibson had Christ himself pullin' for him.
The one thing I learned from all this is that I'm gonna meet my next wife at an Applebee's.

“Trying is...”

Since: Feb 08

the first step towards failure

#95 Jun 19, 2009
Tap San in LIC wrote:
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The one thing I learned from all this is that I'm gonna meet my next wife at an Applebee's.
Not me, too high-brow, I'm going the soup kitchen route.

“I'm down with F&P, ”

Since: Aug 07

Toronto

#96 Jun 19, 2009
I Miss Long Island wrote:
Roger43.....I am drinking coffee! Hey Roger43 How many records have you sold? Do you work or have you been laid off or maybe have not been laid at all!
can i get a translation here? i can't make heads or tails out of this post.
Jimmy Crack Corn

Brooklyn, NY

#97 Jun 19, 2009
Al Kahalik wrote:
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Not me, too high-brow, I'm going the soup kitchen route.
Tipping at ALL in there makes you look like a high roller.

“I'm down with F&P, ”

Since: Aug 07

Toronto

#98 Jun 19, 2009
Al Kahalik wrote:
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Not me, too high-brow, I'm going the soup kitchen route.
i'm going straight to Latin America. adios suckers!
saint cloud

Paisley, FL

#100 Jun 19, 2009
Fran wrote:
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Let me just tell you something that most people like this women don't seem to get or understand. When you date a drunk and then marry them they are still "DRUNKS".
Charlie Sheen who I just love is a womanizer and a drinker always has been most likely always will be and it always seems to surprise the women he dates or marry's that he is a womanizer and a drinker? Hello!
What you see is what you get very rarely do people change. If you are going to marry a man 32 yrs older than you who drinks chance are it's not going to work out for you!
Wake up brainless bimbos!
I'm betting it's gonna work out just fine for her. She did a few years married to some old geezer living the high life and now probably is going to walk away than more money than she could have ever earned in the real world. I don't know any 27 year olds that want to be with someone who could be their grandpa. She is either messed up in the head wanting to have sex with elderly people or saw the money. What do you think???? He should have been smart enough to really think why a hot young chick would want to marry him. He should have really wondered that if he just a normal no-body would she even have talked to him?
Carol

Long Island City, NY

#101 Jun 19, 2009
saint cloud wrote:
<quoted text>I'm betting it's gonna work out just fine for her. She did a few years married to some old geezer living the high life and now probably is going to walk away than more money than she could have ever earned in the real world. I don't know any 27 year olds that want to be with someone who could be their grandpa. She is either messed up in the head wanting to have sex with elderly people or saw the money. What do you think???? He should have been smart enough to really think why a hot young chick would want to marry him. He should have really wondered that if he just a normal no-body would she even have talked to him?
Agree. He's lucky that he didn't have any children with her - no child support.

He is not unlike others his age - inclusive of his ex Brinkley.

They do seem to value each other very much as well as their children - what they both went through after their divorce I'm sure has brought them even closer together. Even if they do not remarry each other - I get the impression that they are true partners.
Keith Overbite

Florham Park, NJ

#102 Jun 22, 2009
Old School Mets Fan wrote:
Well if an alcoholic 60 year old songwriter who hasn't had a hit in 16 years and a 27 year old restaurant hostess can't make it work, where's the hope foe rest of us. Thank goodness for Mel Gibson and his new love, a 21 year old Russian cocktail waitress.
Don't forget me. I have found true love with a twenty something babe. She loves me for me, not because I have a lot of money and may be able to help her with her career.
Seth

New York, NY

#103 Jun 22, 2009
Carol wrote:
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Agree. He's lucky that he didn't have any children with her - no child support.
He is not unlike others his age - inclusive of his ex Brinkley.
They do seem to value each other very much as well as their children - what they both went through after their divorce I'm sure has brought them even closer together. Even if they do not remarry each other - I get the impression that they are true partners.
They both realized that they're both losers and at the end of the day are both in the same boat as miserable, laughed at, and washed up old geezers with money.
Whatever

Scottsdale, AZ

#104 Jun 22, 2009
Observer wrote:
It's a shame. It's not easy living the show business life.
It comes with the territory, when you are in show business, you are subject to scrutiny by the public. If they can't handle the scrutiny, then find another profession. It's not always about good publicity.

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