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Los Angeles woman, 51-year-old Rebecca Wells, died in her cubicle at work two Fridays ago. All of her co-workers left for the weekend without saying goodbye. “She was always working. Always working,” a co-worker said. It took an entire day before her body was discovered slumped over her desk at the Los Angeles County Department of Internal Services where she was an auditor. The cause of death is still unknown. I’m not trying to bring you all down. This is so depressing, I know. Think of this as motivation to quit your job if you hate it. Nobody deserves to die in their cubicle, nobody. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
“Dancing with the Stars” will return to the airwaves soon, and we’re starting to hear whispers about which celebrities will rhumba their way into season 12. Wendy Williams has apparently put her show on hold to shake a tail feather. Bruno Mars and Brett Favre are also rumored to be suiting up for the series. But we also recently heard about one person we won’t be seeing on “DWTS.” Even though she’s famous for her moves—both of the dancing and welding variety—in “Flashdance,” Jennifer Beals has said uh-uh to participating in the show. “I am not a dancer,” she says. “You could back up a truck to my door filled with cash and I wouldn’t do it.” You tell ‘em, girl. Even though, given that Jennifer Grey of “Dirty Dancing” won last season, Beals would definitely be a favorite to win.
There’s another reason Jennifer isn’t doing the show—she once visited the set to cheer on pal Marlee Matlin. “The sound of the audience is so loud and the energy in there is so intense,” Beals said. “I wanted to start crying just in feeling for her. I joked with Marlee and said, ‘You don’t know how lucky you are you can’t hear this.’ The noise level is so intense and people’s excitement level is so intense. I could never.” [People]
After the jump, more celebs who turned down “Dancing with the Stars.”
Described as a cross between “comedy” and “heart-wrenching horror,” a new opera, “Anna Nicole,” opened in London last night. It’s about Anna Nicole Smith exploring her choices as a single mother until she runs out of options. With lyrics like “I want to blow you all” and “It’s the sound of a Jimmy Choo shoe on a red carpet” how could it not be a crowd pleaser? “Raunchy,” “convincing,” and “absolutely incredible” were some of the adjectives used by audience members to describe their “Anna Nicole” experience. How do I get tickets? [The Hairpin] Keep reading »
If you were a music fan in the ’90s then you listened to Siamese Dream by the Smashing Pumpkins until your cassette tape unraveled or your CD was too scratched to play again. Usually while lamenting an unrequited crush (or maybe that was just me). Ever wonder what happened to those little girls on the cover? Well, frontman Billy Corgan found one of them in a very unusual place. Find out where after the jump. Keep reading »
“Chantal was hard to get to know. She keeps her distance from women. But I left feeling that if I ever saw her again, I’d give her the biggest hug. I still don’t think she’s right for Brad. He needs someone soft-spoken and feminine. [Emily is] just a Southern belle, ladylike and sweet. Emily will be the one who ends up with him, if that’s what she wants. It’ll be more about her choosing him.”
— Eliminated bachelorette, Michelle Money, on how”The Bachelor” will end. Well, you heard it straight from the Bunny Boiler’s mouth. As crazy as she is, I agree with her assessment. But I have a hunch that Emily will jump ship before Brad can get a ring on her finger. [People] Keep reading »
I am in a wonderful relationship, with the most wonderful man I have ever met. He is my best friend, confidant and lover. I am the happiest I have ever been in my entire life.
However, I have been having reoccurring dreams that my boyfriend cheats on me, leaves me OR ignores me while I cry and beg for his attention. More specifically, I had a dream last night that he was giving me the silent treatment — while I am sobbing he simply says, very coolly, “You’re not good enough for me.” I always wake up feeling confused and hurt because in the two years that we’ve been together, he has never done anything to betray my trust.
It seems that my dreams are telling me that I am needy and/or insecure, but that is not who I am in real life. I am a confident young woman with a very fulfilling life. I am hoping you can help me decode whatever my subconscious is trying to tell me.– Confused