Most of us our friends with famous people. But that didn’t stop one guy from Photoshopping a bunch of Hollywood stars into his personal party photos. Can you spot the celebrity in the picture? Check out more of ‘em after the jump!
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Remember a few years ago, when everybody was doing that horrible “Icing” thing, which was when you presented your “friend” with a Smirnoff Ice and they had to drink it — on one knee! — in public? Yeah, that. Well, Amelia just did the James Franco version of that, Franco-ing. Franco-ing is when you spring a James Franco image, video or story on an unsuspecting friend, specifically a friend who does not like James Franco. Amelia just sent me the URL for the video above, in which James Franco lip syncs Rihanna, and now I’ve been Franco-ed. Which means I need a shot of Jameson. [Huffington Post]
Dear William Todd,
Color me impressed! There are career criminals that don’t accomplish in a lifetime what you did in nine hours: committing 10 felonies. Not only did you steal a taser, revolver and shotgun (and a T-shirt!) from Nashville bar The Slaughterhouse, but you then burned the business to the ground! And because you are a king among criminal men, you went on to commit many more crimes. There was the stop at a local bar where you held up four people at gunpoint, tasering one, and pistol-whipping another. And then, minutes later, you held up a taxi at gunpoint, driving the stolen car to a local Walmart where you purchased $199 in food. All that crime can make you hungry.
But your crime spree was only half over.
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Greta Gerwig has had ensemble roles in movies like “Greenberg” and “No Strings Attached.” But in her new film, Whit Stillman’s “Damsels in Distress,” Gerwig goes from quirky best friend to leading lady. She plays Violet, the head of a trio of prudent coeds who aims to help her fellow flailing students at fictional Seven Oaks College. Since landing on the Hollywood scene four years ago, Greta’s made quite a style impact, too. Check out her fashion evolution!
Meet Henry. He’s a resident of this Brooklyn nursing home where new music therapy is being used to help break senior patients out of their shells. Henry experienced several strokes and was in a near wordless, silent state. But when nurses gave him an iPod filled with music from his youth, Henry came back to life. The change in him was both physical and mental — and as neuroscientist Oliver Sacks notes, “He’s reacquired his identity for a while through the power of music.” It’s really a must watch. [Buzzfeed]
Arden Wohl is sort of a real life “Gossip Girl” if you will. Believe it or not, she’s actually an Upper East Side socialite! You wouldn’t think it, dressing like this to classy charity functions, but Miss Wohl — who, to Rachel’s chagrin, once tried to launch a headband line — runs in a very exclusive set. All this is to say, this extremely ratty outfit probably cost more than I pay in rent in a month. Still, it is, how you say, tres horrible!