Topic: Judd Apatow

Party Favors: What Is ‘Housesnarking’?

Party Favors: What Is 'Housesnarking'?

Housesnarking: what is it? And are you guilty of it? -ShelterPop

What happens when you replace actors with actresses in a Judd Apatow movie? -XX Factor

20 celebrities who forgot to put on their pants. -The Frisky

Madonna’s latest odd fitness secret revealed. -MyDaily

Relationship counselors share their most powerful tools. -YourTango

Shoes will be bright, printed, floral for Spring. -Buzznet

Kate Middleton wore these wedges and, just like that, they have a wait list. -Styleite

Lace goes edgy for Spring. -StyleList

Speaking of which, these lace-soled and jeweled t-straps cost over $1000. -Betty Confidential

In pictures: some of Jennifer Lopez’s more memorable style moments. -Celebuzz

Styling Spring’s ubiquitous maxi dress. -College Candy

An apology has been issued for the now-infamous Lakshmi swimsuit. -Fashion Etc

Gallery: Before They Were Famous, They Were Roommates

Gallery: Before They Were Famous, They Were Roommates

This was a surprise to me too — famous people are not born famous. In fact, many of them have to live in shitty conditions, with multiple roommates who are also not famous, and eat rice and beans and sleep two to a bedroom before they suddenly become wealthier than anyone else in the world and can afford ridiculous Malibu mansions.

Sometimes, though, the celebrity gods join forces and decide that two not-yet-celebrities will both be homeless, then meet and live together, creating a future-celebrity vortex that the rest of us will never be able to penetrate. Here are a few of these unlikely pairings: More »

FINALLY: Molly Shannon Gets a Show on HBO

FINALLY: Molly Shannon Gets a Show on HBO

Deadline Hollywood reports that the moment we’ve all been waiting for since Molly Shannon first stuck her hilarious hands into her equally uproarious armpits has finally come:

“HBO just picked up a comedy from veteran Simpsons writer-producer Tim Long with Molly Shannon attached to star. The untitled comedy would star the Saturday Night Live alumna as a nun who makes the difficult decision to leave the convent and confront life in the outside world.”

The site likens Shannon’s pilot to a Judd Apatow movie with a female lead — a woman who, at 40, has never had sex and has no experience with relationships other than what she leared at the convent. More »