Cover your eyes! Hide the children! Gawker reports that Pauly D and his Prince Albert piercing are meeting with Playgirl this week to discuss a possible photo spread. Allegedly, both sides are interested in bringing pics of his JWoww-approved junk to the masses; the porn mag and the “Jersey Shore” star just need to settle how much pics of Seaside Heights’ most famous penis piercing are worth.
“If you look at Precious and all you see is someone who is overweight and dark-skinned, you’re missing the point. Just like if you look at me and all you see is someone who is overweight and dark-skinned. You’ve missed the point. You’ve missed me.”
For the past few months, we have all watched in horror as Brad Pitt‘s beard got longer, scragglier, and grosser. So I felt that something was right in the world when People posted a plausible explanation for the poor facial hair decision this morning—that Brad is just getting into character for his role as Percy Harrison, a British explore who went missing in the Amazon in the 1920s, in the flick “The Lost City of Z.” Only, the film is very, very far from shooting—studio execs say the script isn’t finished and there’s no date set yet to begin filming. Not to mention that in reality, Percy rocked a handlebar mustache—not a droopy, beaded beard. So what’s up, Brad? Is this just your way of punishing Angelina? [People] Keep reading »
“No, I think looking back, I’m actually more pleased that I did it, because I got it out of my system. And I think it was very brave, in the face of a lot of closed minds. I try to motivate women and make them feel empowered by their sexuality — anything that a man likes to make a woman feel weak about.”
– Christina Aguilera, on whether she regrets her assless chaps-wearing Xtina days, in Marie Claire. Her new album, Bionic, is due out this spring. Keep reading »
OK, Lindsay Lohan‘s involvement in a BBC documentary about the trafficking of women and children is très random. But if “Lindsay Lohan In India” is how LiLo tries to rehabilitate her career — especially over, say, “I Know Who Killed Me … Again!” — so be it. Human trafficking is definitely a worthy cause that could use a little star power. [YouTube] Keep reading »