The Countess from “The Real Housewives Of New York City
” is still trying to make a hit single happen. She performed her track on a morning show while the crew openly mocked her. Ha! Luann can’t carry a tune, not even her own. Alas, money can’t buy you talent either, LuAnn
. [OMG Blog
] Keep reading »
Brooke Elliott has one of those delicious dual roles most actresses crave.
On Lifetime’s surprise hit “Drop Dead Diva,” Elliott plays Deb, a vapid, aspiring model who dies and hits the “return” button at heaven’s gate, only to come back to life in the body of the also recently deceased Jane Bingum, a shy, plus-size attorney.
When viewers first met the reborn Jane last year, she was groping her new, more substantial body and shrieking that she had been mistakenly sent to hell.
By season’s end, she was learning to reconcile her beauty queen ways with her new frame and seriously brilliant mind.
StyleList caught up with Elliott, who is also an accomplished Broadway performer, to chat about her on- and off-screen style, as well as the show’s inspired message that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Read more … Keep reading »
“In the past, I’ve been reluctant to share any bits of truth about myself or to really let people in on my reality … so I have said some things to throw people off the scent of what’s really going on in my life. So I have sort of aided the media in printing these misconceptions, which I regret.”
—Megan Fox admits to lying on purpose during interviews. Oh, so you’re really not a OCD schizophrenic? Well played? [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
“Girls are immediately going to say, ‘Oh, she’s trying to sell sex.’ Well, I love Zac Efron, but what’s he selling? He’s gorgeous, he’s hot, [but] I don’t go see his movie because I’m like, ‘He’s such a fantastic actor.’ He’s a great actor, but he’s hot. He’s just not in a leotard with his legs out. He has his shirt off. So what’s the difference? In “High School Musical” … he’s in basketball shorts and his cutoff tank top and all the girls are dying. It just isn’t as obvious when guys do it. I was on tour with the Jonas Brothers my first year and boy bands get away with a lot. For girls, it’s always going to be harder. That’s not an excuse, it just means we have to work harder.”
— Miley Cyrus might be the new reigning queen of barely legal publicity stunts, but she still has a point about double standards. [Access Hollywood] Keep reading »
Here is Megan Fox on the cover of the new Interview magazine. But, wait, there’s more! If you’d like to see what Ms. Fox looks like making out with a mannequin not wearing any clothes and I think with her head Photoshopped onto it, well, you can find that after the jump. Keep reading »
“I just love [Katy Perry]. The fame and all that all is utterly irrelevant when you are at home. No man is a hero to his valet, no woman famous to her boyfriend—she is just a pain in the arse, like all women.”"
—Russell Brand dishes about his relationship with Katy Perry. Wait, I’m confused. I thought California Gurls were undeniable? [NY Times] Keep reading »
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 »