The super-talented Sienna Miller (see "Casanova" and pipe down) has been riding a run of un-super press recently. In a current interview with Rolling Stone, she renames the location of her latest movie: "The Mysteries of Pittsburgh." Oh what, oh what, fair reader, could rhyme with Pitts-burgh?
"How about Fittsburgh, Alexandyr?" Please.
“Blitzburgh?” I’m guessing Sienna’s not a Steelers fan.
"Or Ditzburgh?" She’s wittier than that.
"Let's go with Sittsburgh." Getting warmer. Just add an h and drop the extra t.
Given her scatological affinity for Steeltown – a place where steel-working and flash-dancing once existed in perfect harmony, a place famous for Roberto Clemente and Mean Joe Green, a place with two world-class museums – what did Sienna think of Shreveport?
She filmed “Factory Girl” here last winter. Let’s be glad she didn’t call us Poo-port.
Rolling Stone is soliciting reader comments: Should Sienna apologize?
I want to hear from you, too: Is this celebrity "controversy" completely crap?