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The 9 Most Ridiculous & Sexy Outfits At Comic-Con

The 9 Most Ridiculously Sexy Outfits At Comic-Con
This beyotch is my new hero. It’s hard to make Chewbacca sexy, dammit. Is she somebody’s “booth babe” or just a pretty girl in a “Star Wars” outfit? Who cares. Marry me. [BuzzFeed]
Miss Chewbacca the Cosplay Cutie isn’t the only ridiculous, sexy or ridiculously sexy outfit to come out of Comic-Con. Oh no, not by a long shot …

The New Old Spice Guy Is … Fabio?

 

In a sea of commercials where skimpily dressed sorority girls try to sell me beer, I’ve depended on the Old Spice Guy for that hottie fix I need to keep me from TiVo-ing away. There was the Isaiah Mustafa era (those were the days!) and then this guy, who was kind of a letdown. Now the new Old Spice Guy is … Fabio.

Really, Old Spice, you went from Isaiah Mustafa to Fabio? No offense, Fab, you’ve got great hair — incredible hair, really! — but this is not working for me. [YouTube] Keep reading »

Evening Quickies: Queen Says Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress Is “Horrid”

  • Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth toured the new exhibit at Buckingham Palace devoted to Kate and William’s wedding and the Queen joked that Kate’s dress was “horrid.” Oh, Elizabeth, you are such a card. [US Weekly]
  • Paris Hilton “felt ambushed” when a “Good Morning America” interviewer asked her if she feels that Kardashians have made her irrelevant. Oh, boo effing hoo. [Celebitchy]
  • Depressing: Casey Anthony is negotiating to make bank on her first TV interview. [Celeb Dirty Laundry]
  • Did Marilyn Monroe make a sex tape? A man in Spain claims to have one, allegedly filmed when she was still a struggling actress named Norma Jean Baker. The legitimacy of the tape is under dispute, but it’ll be auctioned off to the highest bidder on August 7 in Argentina. [Jezebel]

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Today’s Lady News: Offensive PMS Milk Ads Pulled

  • The California Milk Processor Board killed their offensive PMS milk ads that depicted PMS-ing women as irrational and difficult and showed their browbeaten men handing over cartons of milk to quell their symptoms. The ads read things like: “I’m sorry I listened to what you said and not what you mean” and “We can both blame myself” and directed customers to a site called EverythingIDoIsWrong.org. Now that URL redirects to a site called GotDiscussion.org which runs an apology for the offending ads. The ad agency responsible for the PMS ads told The New York Times, “It certainly wasn’t our intention to offend people.” That is such BS. Of course they were trying to offend people! Why can’t advertisers just come out and say “We were trying to offend people and get attention because that’s how advertising works?” [AdWeek]

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Bravo Announces “Shahs Of Sunset,” The Persian “Jersey Shore”

The “Jersey Shore” knockoffs are here! “The Shahs Of Sunset,” a new reality show about Iranian-Americans in Los Angeles, will be developed by Bravo and Ryan Seacrest’s production company, they jointly announced Wednesday. L.A. has the largest Persian community outside of Iran and their per capita income is 50 percent higher than the national average, according to the blog ColorLines. “The Persian-American community in Los Angeles is a perfect fit for Bravo’s next great docu-series. The group of friends featured in our show are colorful, affluent, and fun,” Bravo’s Andy Cohen said in a statement. Keep reading »

The Worst Marriage Proposals Ever

Frisky Reader Revealed: Meet MyWittyScreenname

Hands down, the best thing about working at The Frisky is our amazing readers. We 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 the avatars. So we decided to launch a weekly column where we learn all about a Frisky reader. After the jump, meet mywittyscreenname, one of our most prolific commenters. Keep reading »

Morning Quickies: Lindsay Lohan Can’t Afford Therapy

  • Lindsay Lohan can’t afford to pay for court-ordered psychological help, her lawyer claimed yesterday. Could this actually be true? Girlfriend hasn’t worked in awhile. Anyway, the judge wasn’t buying her excuse and told LiLo she has 21 days to prove she’s seeing a shrink. [People]
  • Kate Middleton and Prince William saved the top two tiers of their wedding cake for the christening of their future child. Apparently this is a tradition that people do? Whatever, that cake probably had 36 tiers anyway; it’s not like any of their wedding guests went without cake. [ONTD]
  • Also, Kate’s wedding dress is going on display in Buckingham Palace for tourists to gawk at. Tickets cost $30 a pop. I’m fine with looking at a gajillion pictures on blogs, thank you. [People]
  • Reports of a Blake Lively/Leo DiCaprio breakup might be greatly exaggerated. [ONTD]

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Evening Quickies: Has Blake Lively Been Dumped By Leo?

  • It seemed too good to be true: Blake Lively, Leonardo Di Caprio, all those attractive genes. And now it all might be over. A UK gossip rag is reporting Leo’s dumped Blake because all she does is talk about herself, “Gossip Girl” and modeling for Chanel. Leo’s mama, whom he is close to and frequently photographed with, is also apparently not a Blake fan. Sorry, girl, it sucks if that’s true. Want me to come over with some Ben & Jerry’s? [Jezebel via NOW]
  • Seconds of the “Breaking Dawn” sex scene have leaked and it’s just the kind of PG-13 rated sexy-sex you would expect. [Celebuzz]
  • Because she is awesome, Emma Watson met the actor who plays her “Harry Potter” character in gay porn. His stage name is Himmione Gainghim and you can catch him in “Whorrey Potter and the Sorcerer’s Balls.” [Queerty]

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Today’s Lady News: Ad Agency “Surprised” Women Don’t Like Those Summer’s Eve Douche Commercials

  • The ad agency that made Summer’s Eve’s offensive new “Hail To The V” douche commercials — starring a black vagina who talks about her hair and says “you best be headed to the store,” as well as a Latina vagina who says “Aye yi yi!” — is surprised you think those ads are racist. According to a statement from The Richards Group:

    “We have a wonderful client that recognizes no matter what they do, marketing in the feminine hygiene category is going to provoke a reaction. After listening to thousands of women say they want straight-talk and lighthearted communication on a historically-uncomfortable topic, Summer’s Eve gave us license to be bold, irreverent and celebratory across a multitude of mediums and to different audiences. We are surprised that some have found the online videos racially stereotypical. We never intended anything other than to make the videos relatable, and our in house multi-cutural experts confirmed the approach. The more important mission is to get women talking about taboo topics and we hope these negative sentiments don’t overshadow that effort.”

    “In house multi-cultural experts”? What? I guess if they — whoever they are — say racial stereotypes are OK, then of course, by all means, go ahead! [AdWeek]

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