Are you excited for the new film adaptation of “On The Road”? I feel pretty impartial about it, but it’s probably because I’m just not that into Kerouac. I would assume that those who are probably have very strong feelings about it one way or another. I am looking forward to seeing how the movie turns out given the ambitious material. I’m also curious to see Kristen Stewart and Kirsten Dunst in their roles — from the looks of the Cannes photocall for the film, the two have gotten pretty chummy. I usually love Kirsten’s style, but I just hated the drab Rodarte dress she wore to the Met Ball. Keep reading »
“The girls that really base how much they’re worth on the sexual favors that they can do for somebody, that makes me really sad. Because sex is actually really beautiful … It’s like the only way we create, and it’s the only way the world keeps going … So it’s ignorant not to talk to your kids about it or not make it seem as magical or cool as it actually is. Kids have a TV, so they know what sex is. So educate them and let them know … it’s a beautiful thing, and it is magic, and it’s when you connect with somebody. And it isn’t how much you’re worth. Your worth isn’t based on that, your worth is based on how you feel about yourself.”
– Miley Cyrus shares her sexual views on Amanda De Cadenet’s Lifetime show, “The Conversation.” What a great title they gave her, by the way — “Teen Queen & Soul Searcher.” I think it’s fair to say that Liam Hemsworth is giving it to her good. Or she’s been meditating a whole lot. Next stop: Tantra! Miley talks about other stuff with Amanda in the “universal language of women.” Like transformation, “generational sin,” self-growth and other deep stuff. It’s actually very interesting. You can watch the full episode here. [The Mirror UK]
Anderson Cooper is a late to the “Human Barbie” mom parade, but kudos to him for prioritizing Meow the morbidly obese stray cat (RIP, Meow!) over the woman who taught her seven-year-old to pole dance and then gave her a boob job voucher.
Yesterday Anderson publicly shamed “Human Barbie” Sarah Burge for bringing her 17-year-old to get Botox, supposedly so the girl won’t sweat while dancing. (Barbies don’t sweat, you see.) Burge said she’d rather take her teen for Botox than having her go “underground” to “a voodoo witch doctor.”
And that’s when Anderson got huffy. [YouTube]
“I’d work in a flower shop and be insecure. And he’d work in real estate. And there’s always cupcake batter on my face, and I’m like, ‘I just made these cupcakes, but I don’t know how I feel!’ And he’s like, ‘Let me get that cupcake batter off your face … with my dick.’ .. Cut to me giving him a hand job. Sorry, I’ve had too much caffeine.”
– Aubrey Plaza, on her dream rom-com starring herself and Ryan Gosling, who she famously shut down when she met him one day at a juice bar. Whoops, Aubrey! Never make that mistake again. [NYMag.com]
There’s a little guido on the way for Snooki and Jionni!
The pregnant “Jersey Shore” star tells InTouch that she and her fiance are having a baby boy — and she did it in classic Snooki fashion.
“You’re not supposed to see the baby’s penis that early on, but my doctor could,” Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi tells the mag. “Jionni felt so cool, like, ‘Yeah, that’s my boy!’”
Polizzi reveals that she was hoping for a little guidette, saying “All girls want girls … but then again, it’s still my baby no matter what. I’m excited either way.” Read more …
King Douchebag Disick and his minions were spotted leaving a millinery. No doubt he was being fitted for his crown. Seriously, someone needs to pop Scott Disick’s ego before it explodes. Under no circumstances does he need to wear a brocade, fur-lined cape. And the cane? As a person currently suffering from a foot injury, I take issue with vanity canes. It ain’t right. [Buzzfeed]