Courtney Love and Twitter always mix like alcohol and heavy machinery, and this time around the singer is accusing former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl of attempting to seduce her daughter, 19-year-old Frances Bean Cobain, and of being “sexually obsessed w kurt.” Gawker has the tweets, which were sent out last night from Love’s protected account. She starts out by tweeting to @davegrohl—who isn’t even the right Dave Grohl, but rather some German guy, Gawker notes—accusing Grohl of hitting on Frances and saying she wants to kill him. Read more…
“I weep at everything. I emote. I love things so much. I just never want to dilute that.”
– Chris Evans, aka Captain America and all-around uber hunk, tells Details magazine that he is most definitely a crier and not ashamed of it. He also mentioned that his dream girl would wear sweatpants, sneakers, and wet hair ponytails. Chris, if you ever need a shoulder to cry on, feel free to give us a call. [People]
Charlize Theron is one of my top lady crushes, and I know I’m not alone: she’s fierce, gorgeous, acerbically hilarious, and even a self-declared bitch, which is a quality I greatly value in a human being. Most importantly, Charlize has a great sartorial sense with nary a fashion fail to be found. I don’t always love Stella McCartney’s designs (ahem, Rihanna’s onesie) but I’m head over heels for the intriguing cobalt frock Charlize chose for the Parisian premiere of her new film “Prometheus,” directed by Ridley Scott. It’s a simple dress in style and shape, but the Baroque embossing is stunningly intricate and fits the regal actress (and new mom) like an especially seductive glove. Would it be fitting to say j’adore?
Your eyes do not deceive you: this is, in fact, a photograph of Lindsay and Ali Lohan leaving gourmet eatery (progress!) Joan’s on Third in LA in similar off-white shirts (and legs to match). Just shirts. Only shirts. [Huffington Post]
Anderson Cooper just can’t contain his laughter! The ”Anderson Cooper 360″ host’s giggles got the best of him (again!) last night on his show — where it got so bad, he actually had to walk off-camera.
The chuckles started during a segment about Dyngus Day, the Polish holiday marking the end of Lent. Watch the video!