Hands down, the best thing about working at The Frisky is our amazing readers. We so heart all of your witty, thoughtful, and informative comments—heck, we even appreciate the mean ones. Sometimes, we can’t help but wonder about the faces behind avatars. We decided to launch a weekly column where we learn all about a Frisky reader. After the jump, meet iris.blue, one of our most prolific commenters. Keep reading »
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After the jump, some dirty dudes who need us to give them a bath.
VH1′s “Behind the Music” is so back! And they have Courtney Love and the inner sanctum of her crazy mind to thank for that. It is hands down one of the most insane interviews to come out in forever. In case you missed it on Monday night, here are some priceless quotes from the raging screamer herself. Also, they’ll be re-airing it for the next couple of weeks. MUST NOT MISS. After the jump, the highlights—quote by precious, psychotic quote. [Popeater] Keep reading »
After the jump, some more celebrity black sheep. Baaahhh. Baaahhh.
It looks like the gleeks of New Directions may be going in a new direction—toward the big screen. The word is that the entire cast is contractually obligated to appear in not one but three “Glee” flicks. But do we really want to see “Glee” on the big screen? It sounds like a potential disaster to me. Some things are just meant for TV and trying to fit them into a film format often turns out to be a mistake. (Hear us, “Sex and the City” and “Entourage?”) If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. “Glee” is not very-plot heavy to begin with. It’s the music that lets us ignore the gaping holes long enough to suspend our belief. What could the kids possibly get up to for two full hours that we haven’t already seen? So what do you think—yay or nay? [NY Post] Keep reading »
Kai Hibbard, a former contestant on “The Biggest Loser,” has decided to come forward and shed some light on how such major pounds are really shed on the show. Wait—reality TV isn’t real? What? “The Biggest Loser” is a $100 million franchise? No way! Props to Kai for coming forward to admit that she “participated in a myth that hurts people.” After the jump, some of Kai’s big, fat confessions about her time on “The Biggest Loser.”
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When I was 4 years old I was in my first play. When my big, finale scene came along I was supposed to sweep a moneybag down from a chimney and rejoice. But when the moneybag was not in its place, I was forced to think on my feet and come up with a new ending. I began to improvise a scene: “We don’t need any money, we have each other, we’ll live on love!” Where did I come up with that? I have no idea. But I followed my inspirational dialogue with what I thought would be some awe-inspiring dance moves I had learned in my ballet class. I did some kind of a funked-up pirouette and some leaps. Much to my surprise, the audience began to roar with laughter and applaud. My dancing was funny? It was supposed to be great. While I was a big hit as a comedic actress, I was a big flop as a dancer. Keep reading »
The announcement that Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi have split is the straw breaking this camel’s back. I think I’ve had just about enough of “The Bachelor.” I have known for a long time that the relationships born and bred in front of a camera are a shamfest (except for maybe Ryan and Trista) but it took me a while to catch onto the fact that the show is really nothing more than a shameless promotional vehicle for launching the entertainment careers of the young, hot, and fame-hungry. Let’s review the evidence at hand, shall we? Keep reading »