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 »
It’s been all fun and games with the drama on the “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” — until now. While I was laughing at the drama between Danielle Staub and everyone else last season, I’m certainly not laughing anymore. We’ve gone from some amusing table throwing to unwarranted paranoia, possibly serious revenge plots, and an entourage of convicts. Am I the only one (besides the Manzo clan) who thinks that Danielle is seriously mentally ill and capable of doing harm to herself or someone else? Keep reading »
Tori Spelling has “guncles.” No, not some kind of ankle deformity. It’s what she calls Liam and Stella’s “gay uncles,” Bill Horn and Scout Masterson, who are not actually their uncles. But yes, they are actually a gay couple. Anyhow, her “guncles” are about to become fathers and Tori’s about to become a “gaunt” because Bill and Scout just adopted baby Simone who they are calling “Nugget.”
Okay, hold the phone. Why can’t we just refer to everyone by their real names? Their family just got a little too modern for me. I’m so confused that my head is spinning. Or maybe that’s just Farrah Fawcett trying to send me a message from the other side? [People] Keep reading »
Getting engaged is supposed to be a dream come true, right? For most couples it’s one of the happiest moments of their lives, but for others … not so much. And every once in a while you hear about a true engagement nightmare. After the jump, some women share their not-so-wonderful engagement stories that may make you wanna say, “I don’t!” Keep reading »
Marriage and pregnancy hasn’t stopped Evan Rachel Wood from having racy dreams about women. Her girl crush? Kristen Stewart. This week, the actress tweeted, “Had a dream i made out with Kristen Stewart. Good morning.” I think they would make a cute couple. [Just Jared]
Gay, straight, or whatever—every lady has a girl crush. Strangely enough, my girl crush has been Kate Winslet ever since I saw the movie “Heavenly Creatures” and fell in love with her. Guess Ned Rocknroll and I have the same taste in women — surely the three of us could work something out?
Anyway, click onward for more celebrity girl crushes — and tell us, who’s yours?
According to Alison Arngrim, who played Nellie Oleson on the TV show “Little House on the Prairie,” all was not so quiet on the western front. In her new memoir, Confessions of a Prairie Bitch (awesome title!), she admits that there was some major behind-the-scenes tension between herself, Melissa Gilbert (Laura Ingalls), and Melissa Sue Anderson (Mary Ingalls). Keep reading »
Greyhound employee Duane Snipes (most amazing name ever, BTW) recently caused a terror scare when he hijacked a $600,000 bus from New York’s Port Authority Bus Terminal. But he wasn’t really trying to commit grand larceny as charged. At first, he tried to cover up the truth by telling authorities he was starting his own tour line, that he just needed to give his daughter a ride to school, and that he was in the mood for a little joyride. But his crazy tales were no match for the truth. He finally cracked, admitting the real reason for the theft. Turns out Snipes was only borrowing the bus for love. He simply wanted to pay his girlfriend up north in Mount Vernon a visit. Yeah, that makes total sense. Nothing says romance like a giant bus. If only Bret Michaels had thought of that on “Rock of Love.” Oh wait, he did. [AOL] Keep reading »