Seems like January Jones is taking a page from the handbook of her “Mad Men” character, Betty Draper. After allegedly losing control of her Land Rover in LA last night and slamming into three parked cars, the TV star reportedly fled the scene, saying: “I can’t deal with this commotion.” TMZ is reporting that the LAPD has said no alcohol or drugs were involved in the hit-and-run accident and that January, who later returned to the scene, said she fled because paparazzi were following her. Maybe they were trying to catch her in another walk-of-shame. Does her walk home from the accident count? [via TMZ] Keep reading »
Lady Gaga attended a Mets game in New York last night dressed like a love child of Ralph Macchio in the “Karate Kid” and Britney Spears, circa the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards. What? Isn’t that how you dress for a ball game? The Mets lost, by the way, to the San Diego Padres: 4-2. See Lady Gaga’s not-so-ladylike response to that (and the paparazzi’s presence) after the jump … Keep reading »
Yesterday I was messing around on the internet when I saw a headline that said Alanis Morissette had gotten married to an underground rapper named Souleye. When I saw the article I thought, “It couldn’t be him,” but I clicked on it anyway. The article showed a large picture of Alanis’s new man and my jaw hit the floor.
I know him. Keep reading »
Soon after Betty White hosted “Saturday Night Live,” I remember asking my friend Nate, a fellow “Golden Girls” fanatic, what he thought of all the fuss around White’s meteoric comeback. He rolled his eyes, shrugged, and said, “It’s just weird that everybody’s finally come around to realizing that Betty White is amazing. Where have they been?”
He was right: the recent trend of people catching on to the fact that Betty White is terrific felt patronizing, and not just because most were astonished that an adorable old lady could land a joke better than most “SNL” hosts one-third her age (I’m looking at you, January Jones); it was the belated appreciation of White’s fabulousness that made all of us look even sillier.
And now, there’s Joan Rivers. Keep reading »
Full photo after the jump. No, this is not an anti-plastic surgery campaign. Courtney Love posted this pic of her and Amanda Lepore on her Facebook page along with some other fun nudes. Rawrrrr! [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
“You know, that’s a good question, because I haven’t seen hers. Um, I haven’t seen mine either. But I do know I was in it. So, if it is going to do anything, I would hope mine would do better.”
– Danielle Staub of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” explains why her sex tape is better than Kendra Wilkinson‘s [TMZ] Keep reading »
This is Christina Aguilera arriving at “The Late Show” last night. This is my fashion report: no, No, NO. [NYC, 6/9/10] Keep reading »
“I respect designers who aren’t afraid to go outside the box. I went to a Jean Paul Gaultier show, and I saw girls who are thicker than me, beautiful and voluptuous and different ethnicities. That made me so excited. I thought, ‘Okay, I can work that, for sure.’ It’s clear there are definitely fewer black women in the high-fashion industry. One of the things I respected most about Gucci was that they did a print campaign with me [in 2008]. I’m a black girl on a fashion spread for Gucci — that was a big deal.”
— Rihanna talks to Elle about diversity in high fashion. But what we really want to know is how does she feel about obvious Photoshopping? [E! Online] Keep reading »