“I Don’t Know How She Does It” is the kind of movie I will mercilessly mock and deny ever wanting to see, but then watch all the way through every single time it pops up on HBO. Other movies that fall into this category: “He’s Just Not That Into You,” “The Devil Wears Prada,” and “How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days.” (But not “Sex and the City 2.” Never that.) While I’ll be waiting a bit for this flick to hit the small-screen so I can watch it in secret, one thing I can doright now is critique the clothing worn by the ladies who attended the movie’s premiere last night. Keep clicking to check out who made my good, bad, and meh lists!
My love for Ryan Gosling may occasionally take me to inane places — please see yesterday’s “sockless” slideshow — but at least I’ve never been so obsessed that I’ve written a book about our fictional love affair. The same cannot be said for Marce William Burchell, an obsessed Jessica Simpson fan penned the book above about their (fake) relationship, which he is currently selling on Amazon for $30. That’s basically a $1 for every word in just the title: The True Story of Jessica Ann Simpson’s 22 month long attempt to seduce a married man- her very Active Super Secret Sex life: True Story Jessica Simpson Seduction of A Married Man (Volume 1). Apparently, however, not a lot could have happened in that 22 months, as the book itself is only 30 pages. The Frisky staff is currently debating whether or not to purchase this pricey piece of fan-fiction; to put money in the pocket of a crazy person or not? I think I may try and score a freebie first. [Amazon via Crushable] Keep reading »
After a depressing couple of weeks, weather-wise, the sun is shining brightly today! And so are we! Click onward to see how we dressed for this fine not-quite-fall day.
I say questionable because I’m questioning what it is. I mean, clearly it is a crown — and not a princess-y crown either, but one a queen would wear — on top of a bow. But, like, why? What is it saying about her? That she is Queen Hair Bow, ruler of the “Jersey Shore”? I can see the two elements making sense as separate, if ugly, body art, but the crown on top of the bow is strange. Who wears a crown on top of a bow? Seems to defeat the purpose of the bow, no? Maybe I am thinking too much about this. It’s Monday, my brain is working overtime. [Hollywood Hiccups] Keep reading »