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Last night, Angelina Jolie‘s spy thriller premiered in L.A., which finally gave Brad Pitt an excuse to shave. Unfortunately, not everyone brought their A-game, fashion-wise. Keep clicking to see Kristen Cavallari try and steal Angelina’s thunder, Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber lookin’ sexy, Jolie’s bro and estranged father sharing the red carpet, and a whole bunch of other people I don’t know looking either awesome or totally heinous. In other words: good times!
How relieved are we that Brad Pitt is back to his sexy self? These two were all smiles and steamy glances at the “Salt” premiere last night, but I have no desire to yell “get a room!” [Los Angeles, 7/19/10] Keep reading »
“Hot and sweaty is the greatest with the right person. But if it’s the wrong person, ugggh, it’s disgusting. It’s like, OK, not working. Get away from me and shut the door behind you.”
– Jenni “J-Woww” Farley on having sex during the hot and sticky summer in the latest issue of Maxim. Jessica and I debated this topic before — she was pro sweaty sexy, while I was anti. Where do you stand? Also, what happened with Jenni’s belly-button? [Maxim] Keep reading »
Okay, seriously, tonight is the night when Frank drops a stink bomb on Ali’s wedding dreams. Guess we know there won’t be a rose ceremony. Will she be satisfied with just having ZOMGROBERTO and Chris L. to chose from, instead of that small-spectacled, scoop-necked loser? I guess you know where I stand… See ya at 8 p.m. EST everyone! If you’re on time, I will be sharing the details of the amazing sex dream I had about ZOMGROBERTO. You don’t want to miss it. Keep reading »
Dang, when people complain, MAC really does listen. Last week, Jessica told you about the makeup brand’s collaboration with designers Rodarte, which was inspired by the culture and colors of Mexico. Two nail polish shades were named “Juarez” and “Factory,” which we deemed insensitive and offensive, because the town is notorious for the number of women who have been raped and murdered with little or no response from police. MAC first responded by saying that they planned to donate a portion of the proceeds to benefit the city’s crime victims, but even bigger steps are being taken today. According to The Cut, MAC sent an email around to editors saying that they are now planning on changing the names of the products in the collection. No word yet on what those changes will entail, but thumb’s up to MAC for taking the complaints seriously. Let’s hope they’re still planning on those donations though. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »