Yesterday, Jessica Simpson showed us a surprisingly refreshing attitude about losing her baby weight. Today, Tori Spelling basically calls bullshit on all the faux-healthy “I just eat salmon every day and walk on the treadmill while I watch Breaking Bad!” celebrity baby weight loss spin stories. More
This New York Times profile of Victoria Beckham paints her as a normal, hardworking mom, but the content would have us believe otherwise. More
People buy the strangest things at auction. More
The most important part of the Oscars 2013 is probably celebrity nail polish. I mean, because we will look at star’s hands as they grip the tiny statuette? Sure, yeah, that feels right. Here are some of the most memorable manicure looks captured on the E! Mani cam, which I am sort of obsessed with. More
You know what I can’t stand? When celebrities look ugly. Like, hey, you’re a celebrity, be very hot all the time. Take Mila Kunis for example. Esquire named her the sexiest woman alive in 2012. Yet, for some reason, she feels totally comfortable leaving her house in sweatpants. How do you spell gross in 2013? E-l-a-s-t-i-c (space) w-a-i-s-t-b-a-n-d. More
You know, I actually like the name Olive.
It reminds me of Olive Oyl, and I’m in favor of that.
On Ellen, Drew Barrymore claimed that ” I was reading a book with my husband, and I was three months pregnant. They said your baby is the size of an Olive and that was it.” Huh! It’s not commonly known, but Peaches Geldof was the size of a peach through that entire pregnancy. Let’s look at some other celebrity babies named after foods. More
Does your apartment lack a certain pretentious blonde element? Do you regularly wish you could have somebody to go shopping for $90 white t-shirts with? Is Mick Jagger harassing you lately and you wish he’d just GOOP off? More
Let us weigh the pros and cons. More
Few things are as schadenfreude-inducing than a celebrity getting taken to task for saying something stupid whilst atop their seemingly ever-present soapbox. More
Have you ever thought “this year, for Christmas, I should dress up as Santa Claus, for normal, sane, adult-attended parties?” No? That is why you will never be a celebrity. Or at least, not a Katy Perry or Lindsay Lohan or Britney Spears inexplicably-channeling-the-sexy-side-of-Santa-Claus type celebrity. Maybe you can be a Hemingway type of celebrity. That would be fun, too. Less furry hats, though. More
She likens living in the tiny abode to being “in a tree.” More