The best moment ever on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” was Allison DuBois’ (the woman behind the show “Medium”) dinner party cameo last season. ” In case you missed her appearance, she got trashed, puffed on an e-cigarette, and insulted pretty much everyone in the room. She taunted Kyle Richards with threats like “I know when your family will die.” Ironically, she failed to predict the Kelsey/Camille Grammer split and the passing of Russell Armstrong. Even though she made a total ass of herself, I hope and pray that she will come ’round again this season. To replicate Allison’s look, find out what you’ll need after the jump. And click through the rest of this slideshow for the other reality TV-inspired costumes we assembled this week. Keep reading »
If only babies came with an exchange policy, then we’d never have to hear about another mother trying to sell her newborn for $15,000. Bridget Wismer is the latest baby seller to get caught. She allegedly planned to take a trip to Disney World with the bank she made from her baby. Her asking price seems a little low, doesn’t it? Disney World is not that fun.
Click through to see some more mothers who tried to sell their babies. I’m sad that there are enough of theses stories for a full slideshow … but, alas, there are. [USA Today]
Her vagina piercing was all covered up when she stepped out in London, but Lady Gaga’s latest fashion masterpiece highlighted her other assets. I’m talking about her cheekbones, which were dusted in mint green rouge. Oh, and her girls were looking lovely as well underneath her see-through lace tunic, sans bra. She looks like a walking dessert. Clearly, she’s drawing inspiration from “Top Chef: Just Desserts.” [Daily Mail UK]
Click through to see more celebs gone braless.
A new survey on men’s memory found that guys can’t remember important dates like birthdays and anniversaries for s**t. A whopping 41 percent of the more than 1,000 men surveyed admitted to forgetting their anniversaries. A significant number also confessed to not remembering their partners’, their mothers’, or even their own birthdays. Really? That is impressively pathetic. There were, however, a few dates that 38 percent of participants remembered without fail — the start dates of their favorite sports seasons. “It is disappointing to see that so many men are forgetful of such important dates, however, it is also a fact that we are not surprised about,” said a spokesperson. Ack! I hate studies like this that reinforce lame gender stereotypes. Forgetful men, I am going to share a little secret with you: I don’t remember crap either. But I have a trick. I write stuff down. Try it! It works. [Newslite]
We all know about double rainbows thanks to Paul “Bear” Vasquez’s You Tube video. Triple rainbows are far more rare but have been documented. The motherload of all rainbows is the elusive quadruple rainbow, which had yet to be seen until this week. Behold the image of the first quadruple, or quaternary rainbow, ever photographed in the countryside of northern Germany. It may not look like much — it’s basically impossible to capture all four rainbows in the same picture, hence you can only “see” two – but it takes a whole lot of scientific serendipity to make a four-bow happen. It requires a quadruple bounce of light on raindrops for the multicolored beams to appear in the sunward part of the sky respectively 40 and 45 degrees from the sun. In lay terms, this bitch is worth four pots of gold for the “rainbow chaser” who caught her. I look forward to the auto-tuned meme by the Gregory Brothers. [MSNBC]