Celebrity Week In Review: Miley’s Just Being Miley, More Khloe & Lamar Rumors And Emmys Galore

“Right now I’ve been told that I can’t see [his son, Cameron] for two years. Its been over a year now. And I’m questioning the system.” Lamar Odom was back in the spotlight after his father, Joe, spoke to RadarOnline and smeared the Kardashian’s good name. Joe Odom said his son oughta divorce Khloe , but the next day Odom took to Twitter to say the Kardashians have been his only family . Meanwhile, Khloe dropped “Odom” from her last name on both Twitter and Instagram. Also this week, Michael J. Fox opened up to Howard Stern about using alcohol to cope after his Parkinson’s diagnosis over 20 years ago; Gwyneth Paltrow opened up to Refinery29 about infidelity, saying sex addiction is not a dealbreaker for her; Daryl Hannah opened up to People magazine about living with autism in Hollywood; and Mindy Kaling opened up to Parade magazine about losing her mother right as her show, “The Mindy Project,” got greenlit for TV, and what it means to her to be a woman of color others look up to. To close with a bang, “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Melissa Gorga published a book that’s been accused of advocating marital rape. In it, her husband Joe writes: “Every girl wants to get her hair pulled once in a while. If your wife says “no,” turn her around, and rip her clothes off. She wants to be dominated.” See the week’s best photos below: Loading Slideshow Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis arrived on a flight at LAX airport in Los Angeles, Calif., on Sept. 29.

Celebrity chef dabbles in Scotch

Michele S. Jones performs at last weeks Funniest Celebrity. (Roxanne Roberts / The Washington Post) Siegel said that recent tax records reflect a couple of bad seasons, not indicative of the 19 years. . . [but] of a few charities that really sold no tables and no tickets. He added in an e-mail that his events reap substantial free publicity and connections for the charities, which he said received some extra donations from the event directly from patrons and thus were not reflected in tax records. But, I offer that show to a charity to use in their fundraising, he wrote. I am not the fundraiser for the charity. Karen Friedman, executive vice president of this years beneficiary, the Pension Rights Center, said that Ralph Nader a first-time contestant recommended her organization. Members of her staff raised $12,500 (donors wrote checks to Funniest Celebrity), and she hopes to get $10,000 to $12,000. As for the celebrities involved with the show? Norquist had performed several times before and recruited others to do standup. But he said hes not involved on the money end.

Just add items to create a watchlist now: Add The Dalmore Selected by Daniel Boulud The bottle: The Dalmore Selected by Daniel Boulud , $200 The backstory: We have celebrity chef-branded cookware. And celebrity chef-branded frozen pizza. Heck, theres even a celebrity chef-endorsed antacid . So, why not have a single-malt Scotch that bears a celebrity chefs name? That was the thinking when The Dalmore, a whiskey with roots going back to 1839, partnered with French-born, New York-based chef Daniel Boulud on this limited-release bottle (just 1,000 will be made available, sold through high-end wine and liquor stores as well as eventually through the chefs online store ). Even though he keeps busy running 14 restaurants around the globe, serving a $32 braised rib and foie gras burger, among other dishes, Boulud was actively involved in creating the spirit, working with Dalmore master distiller Richard Paterson on selecting specific barrels to create the final blend, which includes whiskies aged up to 18 years. (But its a mistake to call the final product a blend since all the whisky in it originates from a single distillery.) I wanted a generous, full-bodied whisky, but with aromas of caramel and also some candied orange and toasted praline, says Boulud. Um, who says Frenchmen drink only Cognac? Key stat: Click to Play Daniel Boulud tries his hand at Scotch After months of working with the renowned distillers at The Dalmores, chef Daniel Boulud is offering a bespoke single malt based on the cuisine of his restaurants. Charles Passy joins the News Hub for Weekend Sip. (Photo: AP) The Dalmore (and the brand name always has The in front of it) has gained a reputation for offering some of the worlds most expensive and sought-after whiskies. A case in point: The recently released Richard Paterson Collection 12 bottles of whiskies that date as far back as 1926, packaged together for $1.4 million. That makes the $200 Boulud bottle a steal by comparison. Also see: 10 things celebrity chefs wont say What we think about it: Bouluds whiskey lives up to its heavy promise at least on the nose. We especially pick up those scents of caramel and candied orange.