Jennifer Lawrence In Vogue: “No One Ever Asks Me Out”
Jennifer Lawrence and I apparently have the exact same issues with dating! The actress is on the cover of Vogue’s November issue, and she tells the magazine, “No one ever asks me out. I am lonely every Saturday night. Guys are so mean to me. I know where it’s coming from, I know they’re trying to establish dominance, but it hurts my feelings. I’m just a girl who wants you to be nice to me. I am straight as an arrow.” Ugh same. Now if only I had her money to dry my tears. [Us Weekly]
The 1999 Katie Holmes/Sarah Polley/Timonthy Olyphant movie “Go” is one of my faves from that time period, but I cracked up reading Maggie Serota’s Thrillist piece about all the realizations she had when she rewatched the film. It’s true, you SHOULDN’T trust a drug dealer whose only tattoo is on his neck. [Thrillist]
Former “One Life To Live” star Nathaniel Marston, 40, has died from injuries sustained in a car accident earlier this week. RIP. [People]
Jessa Duggar and her husband Ben Seewald named their newborn son “Spurgeon,” I’m assuming after the really, really big fish. [People]
Justin Bieber and Jennifer Aniston are buds, I guess?
Rebel Wilson has learned the hard way that you probably shouldn’t come for the Kardashians unless they send for you. After saying that the reality TV family is “against” what she stands for, Rebel was inundated with tweets from Kardashian fans, and even said that their publicist had started a “smear campaign” against her. So she did what anyone would do upon realizing that they were facing a losing battle against an all-powerful enemy — she sent them flowers. [Us Weekly]
Vicki Gunvalson is speaking out on ex Brooks Ayers’ recent admission that he lied and falsified medical records to “prove” he had received chemotherapy. But according to Vicki, his ruse went further than just making up his own medical records — she says she picked Brooks up from City of Hope Hospital after he had supposedly been getting chemo. What was he actually doing? Chilling in the waiting room reading magazines for 10 minutes before she showed up? “I’m guilty of loving him and believing him. Who hasn’t believed someone that you loved?” the “Real Housewives of Orange County” star told “Extra.” “And why would you lie about cancer when I’ve had three friends die of it in the last two years? I had my dearest friend just die of stomach cancer.” [People]
Kate Hudson has a nice booty.