Profile for Amelia McDonell-Parry

How The World Ruined The Name Olivia Forever

Until I was about 14 years old, I had never met another Olivia. It wasn’t necessarily a source of pride until Google came into existence and I absolutely crushed the only other Olivia Allin in the world in terms of search results. Poor girl never had a chance. But then came Olivia Wilde. And Olivia Munn. And now that Olivia is the most popular girl’s name of 2010, the magic is gone. Even Dawson James Van Der Beek named his daughter Olivia! This psychological warfare has done a number on me and I will maybe forever hold a wrath-filled grudge against my procreating peers. Keep reading »

Dr. Drew Has A Boatload To Say About Brangelina

“Just add up a couple things. There’s no such thing as ‘I was a heroin addict.’ That doesn’t exist in nature. Something is going on with [her] addiction. Or she’s in recovery. And I don’t see any evidence that’s the case. So we’ve got one person who’s a heroin addict. Which is a chronic lifelong condition, period. We have another person who has said things like, ‘Well, Jennifer [Aniston] was into long-term relationships, that’s just her way of looking at things.’ I mean, that demeaning attitude towards other people’s emotions. Now put those two people together and you have got a really volatile situation. And they’re constantly creating things to weld themselves together. Which is only going to serve to make a more nuclear eruption. There will be some sort of meltdown that will be phenomenal when it does happen.”

Dr. Drew gives his completely random psychological diagnosis of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie‘s relationship based on, I guess, interviews he’s read of theirs. I’m all for passing judgment on famous people, but this assessment seems based on little tidbits of info taken completely out of context. Stick to what you’re good at, Dr. Drew, which is, uh, what again? [Huffington Post via Dlisted] Keep reading »

Blank Is The New Blank: Our Pop Culture Predictions For 2011

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It’s very nearly 2011, which means it is time to come up with some slightly arbitrary pop culture predictions for what we can expect in the new year! Regardless of whether or not you’re ready to give up on all the glorious things in 2010, things are changing and we are all just along for the ride. First up in our pop culture predictions, Willow Smith is the new Rihanna. The 9-year-old progeny of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith already has a hit with “Whip My Hair” and Rihanna’s stylists have already taken over on making her a pint-size fashion icon/ (I refuse to use the word “fashionista” out of principle.) She might even be getting her own clothing line with her adorable brother, Jaden! [Hollywood Life]

Suri Cruise Clings To Her Parents For Warmth In Freezing NYC

Seriously, what do Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ have against covering this child’s bare limbs? It’s straight-up freezing in New York City right now and I don’t leave my apartment without a sweater, a heavy coat, a scarf, and ear muffs. Meanwhile, Suri looks like she’s dressed for a balmy summer day in Miami. Get this child some pants and a jacket before she catches hypothermia! Keep reading »

Couple Falls In Love While Married To Other People, Expects World To Be Happy For Them

Well, Sunday’s New York Times’ wedding announcements sure were interesting. There was the couple that got engaged just 51 days after meeting on JDate. The bride who brought her two cats along as “chaperones” on an early date with her now-husband. And then there was the highlight of the section, the couple that fell in love when they were both married to other people. Scandalous! Keep reading »

Every “Christmas” Ever Uttered On “Beverly Hills, 90210″


Why? Why the hell not?
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