We’re sorry you weren’t invited to “American Idol” runner-up Crystal Bowersox’s nuptials this past weekend. If you were, then you could confirm what we suspect—that there was a drum circle, a caravan of VW buses, and a strong scent of patchouli emanating from the crowd. The actual details just aren’t that far off. Keep reading »
Behold, the art of Jared Leto’s man makeup. Well, I guess I know what this girl is planning to be for Halloween. [ONTD] Keep reading »
Forget cheesy pick-up lines, laughter, flipping your hair. The best kind of flirting is the kind that’s infused with your signature style. For example, when I’m really trying to impress a guy, I bust out my dorky dance moves like “the run for the border,” “the pony trot,” or the “Richard Simmons.” I also do impressions: my high school Latin teacher, my aerobics instructor from New Jersey, and Miss Teenage America, circa 1991. The way I look at it, if I do these things and he doesn’t laugh, he’s not the man for me. After the jump, some more Frisky staffers’ unique flirting techniques. You heard it here first. Share yours in the comments.
In the spirit of one-up-manship, Bristol Palin proves that her ex Levi Johnston isn’t the only person with music video cred. Just days after Levi’s music video debut, Bristol announces her own cameo in Alaskan rock band Static Cycle’s new vid. She plays “a mother nature role” with a babushka, mink coat, and iced-out eyebrows and eyelashes. The high-concept video is set in an ice hotel with ice sculptures. At one point, she even romances a rose in a bell jar. Are we sure she didn’t mean to say she played a “sorcerer”? [ET] Keep reading »
A disgruntled former Weezer fan, James Burns, has launched a campaign to silence the band. He decided he was “tired of being disappointed year after year” ever since the album Pinkerton came out. He says the “the abusive relationship” between him and Weezer’s music needs to stop. So how does he plan to make them go away? He has offered the band $10 million to retire and has even launched an online fundraiser to get the funds together. Naturally, lead singer Rivers Cuomo doesn’t think the stunt is cute. “They must get a lot of hits when they write crap about us,” he tweeted. Poor Weezer. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »