After the jump, some more self-help books that we wouldn’t be caught dead reading.
Profile for Ami Angelowicz
Okay, I am going to give you the Cliff’s Notes version of this bizarro murder story. Follow along, kiddies. Once upon a time there were two porn stars, Jason Andrews and Amanda Logue, who met on the set of a porn shoot and fell in love. Their love was so deep that they were able to ignore the fact that Amanda had a husband and child somewhere in Georgia. The lovebirds liked to text, Tweet, and post photos of themselves on Facebook. How sweet. Keep reading »
After the jump, some more lessons we can learn from celebs who have called it quits.
Eat this all you young, hot 20-somethings. According to a new survey, women are at the peak of their appeal at age 31. Why? Well, because aside from still having their good looks, they possess the X-factor that only comes with age: confidence. The thought is that by the age of 31, a woman has let go of insecurities and feels comfortable in her own skin. This includes having a more authentic sense of style and radiating a feeling of beauty. I don’t wanna brag, but if this survey is correct, this should be a very, very good year for me. [And me! -- Editor] And my apologies to the gorgeous 20-somethings I may have insulted. You’re hot and you know it. [Daily Mail] Keep reading »
It was my first summer in NYC. I was 18 years old and had fallen in love for the first time. I had managed to convince my parents to let me spend the warm months in the city so I could work, which was secret code for “have the best summer of my life with my new boyfriend Travis.” It was an amazing plan—until he broke my heart of glass one week later. “I met someone else,” he told me while I was hanging on the telephone. “She lives across the hall from me in my dorm.”
I’ll rip her to shreds, I thought, but instead I just hung up. There I was, a girl all alone in the city with absolutely no one. So I popped in my new Blondie record “Parallel Lines.” Once I had a love and it was a gas, soon found out, I had a heart of glass. Seemed like the real thing but I was so blind, mucho mistrust, love’s gone behind. Keep reading »
Angelina Jolie has one request for the Moscow premiere of her new film “Salt,” in which she plays a Russian spy. She wants real-life Russian alleged double agent Anna Chapman to be the guest of honor, which would only seem fitting considering the film is practically a mirror image of her real-life circumstances. The only problem? Nobody knows how to find Anna. She is thought to be undergoing top-secret interrogation with the Russian government in an undisclosed compound. The Russian promoters of the flick have vowed to do everything possible to try to honor Angie’s personal request and they claim to have sent Anna a personal invitation. If she’s any kind of spy, she’ll just show up unannounced and looking fabulous. [NY Post] Keep reading »