Tila Tequila goes on a blogging bender after Casey Johnnson's deathConsidering the outpouring of blog posts and Tweets Tila Tequila has self-generated since her fiancee Casey Johnson‘s death on Monday (Jan. 4) you would think the two had been a couple for the ages, not little more than a month.

In a post on her blog Tila’s Hot Spot Tila reveals that Casey wanted to take her (legal) last name, “Nguyen,” once they married and then goes on a tirade against Casey’s friends, Nicky Hilton and Bijou Phillips, who came to claim Casey’s dogs after her death.

Tila believes that Nicky and Bijou want to euthanize the poodle and Yorkie so that they can be buried with Casey.

]]>wedding plans for the her and Casey’s Afterlife, complete with celebrity attendees: “I will see you soon enough in heaven and our wedding will be even more beautiful in Heaven and Marilyn Monroe can be my Maid of Honor while Elvis can sing at our wedding and Frank Sinatra can sing a song for us while we do our first couple’s dance.” Not to make light of anyone’s “grief,” but it doesn’t appear that Tila is really thinking this through. Logically, if she plans to marry Casey in Heaven that means she’s either expecting to make a trip there soon herself or the 28-year-old is taking a vow to remain single for the rest of her years on Earth. Meanwhile, over on Twitter, Tila continues her rants against the “Mean Girls” and everyone else in Casey’s life, in between house-hunting for a new mansion to “honor” Casey, extolling the virtues of grape soda and ranting about Perez Hilton. Of course if this turns out to be a cry from help from Tila rather than a cry for attention, even the cold-hearted media is going to feel bad. Follow Zap2it’s Dish Rag on Twitter and Facebook for the latest celeb news and buzz.
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Brill Bundy has spent her entire career covering TV and pop culture. This is what happens when your parents try and limit your viewing habits to three shows a week. Likes: seasons with no more than 13 episodes, anti-heroes and binge-watching. Dislikes: when cartoon characters make out, when TV shows name check their titles, drawn out premieres and finales. TV words to live by: "If every porkchop was perfect, we wouldn't have hot dogs."