Hey guys, I’m on the Adam Duritz Diet. That’s where I zoom in real close on a photo of the Counting Crows’ frontman’s dreads and then I’m not hungry anymore. It’s almost lunch but now I don’t care! (I’m kidding, I’m not really on a diet, but seriously, what is up with this dude’s hair? Did you know it’s not even real anymore? It’s a wig! What?!) [Photo: WENN]
I have a dark secret. Okay, it’s not actually that dark and as far as secrets go, it hasn’t been particularly well hidden, but still, here goes… This weekend, I am going to Las Vegas to see Celine Dion in concert. For the eighth time. I have an entire section of my closet dedicated to sparkly Celine concert dresses. My favorite nightgown is an ankle-length T-shirt with Celine’s face on it. “Queen Celine” is by far my most played Spotify playlist, albeit usually on the private setting. Yep, I’m a Celine Dion superfan, and I think it’s finally time to share my truth with the world. Keep reading »
Fifty Shades of Grey has been referred to as “Mommy porn,” so it actually makes sense that mother of six, Angelina Jolie, might be eager to direct the film adaptation of E.L. James‘s popular novel. The steamy trilogy has picked up steam in the last two months and it seems anyone and everyone is reading the books, which tell the story of Ana Steele and Christian Grey’s kinky relationship. Hollywood has also been buzzing with industry predictions on who will win the coveted roles that are sure to send a few careersskyrocketing. Read more…
Is Kate Bosworth just the prettiest, or what? Wednesday’s Theory and Saks-sponsored Whitney Art Party in NYC saw the 29-year-old actress and director beau Michael Polish all loved up after a heated public altercation at the CFDA Awards after-party on Monday night. I love this look, especially the Theyskens’ Theory shift: it’s simple without being underdone or boring, and the greyscale tones on her Giuseppe Zanotti sandals are the perfect complement to a little black dress. Spot-on for a Soho art party, if you ask me.
I have a mixed bag of emotions regarding Lana del Rey, but I’m pretty consistent with my love of her hair and makeup. Voluminous sixties-inspired bouffants paired with heavy-lidded cat eyes is just the type of thing I’m into, and Lana usually nails the look. Usually. Whatever’s going on here is so, so questionable: large and in charge with, like, a cluster of fake butterflies pinned to it? Could someone please explain this to me? I’m afraid I don’t understand.