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 Phoenixx, one of our most prolific commenters. Keep reading »
Major drama on “The View
“! Michaele Salahi
, the “The Real Housewives of DC
” cast member best known for crashing a party at the White House
, is alleging that Whoopi Goldberg
slapped her during her appearance on the show yesterday. Keep reading »
“Once we got the scene down, we were told to improv … we got into a little tug of war, and I picked up what was supposed to be a prop knife. It was actually a carving knife from our meal. I lunged at him, and I was really proud of myself. When we cut, Will said, ‘Wow, usually we have to coordinate that with the stunt department.’ I almost killed Will Ferrell!”
—Eva Mendes on a little knife oopsie that went down while filming “The Other Guys” with Will Ferrell. Craft services should keep a better eye on those carving knives. [People] Keep reading »
It’s not Edie Beale, it’s Anne Hathaway collecting dog scat. A very eccentric disguise, but we’re always pleased to see a celebrity who’s not too good to scoop up dog poop, however unbecoming it may be to their image.
Keep clicking to see some more celebs doing their doodie.
I feel like I’m always reading some new study about the best kind of alcohol to drink to help maintain your figure or even lose a few pounds. Last I remember, I was celebrating the study that found that red wine keeps you slim. But apparently that is no longer the case. Keep reading »
My ovaries hurt last night watching the premiere of “19 Kids And Counting” on TLC featuring Michelle and Jim Bob and their army of children. Even though baby Josie, the latest addition to the Duggar clan, was born four months premature and they have been nursing her to health (she can’t poop!), Michelle and Jim Bob don’t plan to stop their marathon baby-making. They want number 20. “That would be wonderful! We would love another person to add to our family. We will wait and see and take it one at a time,” Michelle announced. No rest in sight for that weary womb. [Radar
] Keep reading »
“Speaking in tongues is as normal to me as ‘Pass the salt.’ It’s a secret, direct prayer language to God. A lot of religions use meditation or chanting. My dad speaks in tongues and my mom interprets it. That’s their gift … I wasn’t ever able to say I was ‘lucky’ because my mother would rather us say that we were blessed, and she also didn’t like that ‘lucky’ sounded like ‘Lucifer.’ Deviled eggs were called ‘angeled’ eggs. I wasn’t allowed to eat Lucky Charms, but I think that was the sugar. I think my mom lied to me about that one.”
—Katy Perry opens up about her, err, interesting childhood with “freelance minister” parents in Rolling Stone. Wow. Just wow. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »
When “Dazed and Confused” came out in 1993, my sophomore year of high school, my friends and I saw it at the dollar movie theater no less than 16 times. We memorized lines like, “Check ya later,” “Fry like bacon you little freshman piggies!” and started calling each other “male dominant monkey-ass mothers.” We took trips to the Salvation Army to scavenge for Levi’s cutoffs like Darla’s (Parker Posey), fringed vests like Michelle’s (Milla Jovovich), or bell bottoms like Jodi’s (Michelle Burke). We scoped out dudes to crush on like Mitch (Wiley Wiggins) or Pickford (Shawn Andrews). The movie struck a nerve with us — we were caught in the jaded whirlwind of ’90s grunge, à la Nirvana. The kids of Lee High elicited a magical nostalgia of what it must have been like to be a teen in the ’70s, when times were simpler and we could have made bongs in shop class and gone to KISS concerts. I thought my love for the film may have been a “high school thing,” but when I caught it on TV this past weekend, it was just as magical as ever. In fact, it was even better. So where are they now, the cool kids of Lee High? What did they grow up to be? Find out after the jump.