“I’d like to find that person. I think Jimmy and I had every intention of spending the rest of our lives with each other. I love love. It’s my top priority. Jimmy will tell you. … We were together for so long and tried our best to make it work. … I just love him to pieces. Sometimes I think maybe we’ll die together in our old age or something.”
—Sarah Silverman on ex Jimmy Kimmel in the new issue of Playboy. Interestingly, she dishes on adoring her new boyfriend just a few paragraphs later. [People] Keep reading »
Yesterday, we were sad to hear that our dear Kate Winslet had split from her husband, director Sam Mendes, after six years together. Kate is currently vacationing in Mexico with her two adorable children, but when she gets back, she should probably start thinking about … finding someone new. The obvious choice—Leonardo DiCaprio. The two steamed up the screen in both “Titanic” and “Revolutionary Road,” which was ultra awkies since Mendes was directing their love scenes. It’s always seemed like these two have a special bond, not to mention they look pretty great together. If only Leo would break up with Bar Rafaeli!
Just in case Leo isn’t on the market anytime soon, here are some other ideas for who she should date next. Keep reading »
“I got to the studio and I felt like I was E.T. — whoa, what’s going on? Hair and makeup? I hadn’t looked at myself in a mirror for a month-and-a-half. I’d been in my house, in a cocoon with my kids, my husband, my dogs. Usually, as I walk through the door into that atmosphere, I already feel different. There’s a button that goes On and I’m On. And when I go On, there is almost no me; there is just a character who is doing all this. This time it wasn’t like that. I’ve been really inside with my husband and my baby, and everything is changed. But the client still deserves respect and professionalism, and I got a little bit concerned because I wasn’t feeling it. Makeup was done, hair was done, and I looked in the mirror and I still wasn’t seeing the person who’s a model. For the first time, I think I actually saw me — the inside — instead of the persona.”
— Gisele Bundchen talks motherhood in this month’s Vogue [via Us Weekly] Keep reading »
Drop what you’re doing! Yes, put … the muffin … down. Before you do anything else today, you simply must read Kate Harding‘s kick-ass takedown at Broadsheet of the Hollywood diet industry’s vulture-like attempt to swoop down on “Precious” star Gabourey Sidibe and get her hooked on diet pills.
AcaiSupply.com made headlines yesterday by offering Sidibe a year’s supply of acai berry weight loss pills. An extremely rude letter from AcaiSupply’s CEO to the actress claimed, “After viewing recent pictures of you strolling around Santa Monica earlier this week … we at AcaiSupply.com have decided we can no longer sit back and keep our mouth’s [sic] shut! … the only way you can reach your goal of someday winning that Oscar is by being active, fit and most of all healthy!”
Excuse me while I throw up in my mouth a little. Keep reading »
Let’s give Eva Longoria Parker a little attention for a change. It was her 35th birthday, after all. Also, is it just me or do all these women look alike but have different hairstyles? [Miami, 3/15/10] Keep reading »
Ugh. I hate to say it, but we called it. Oscar winner Kate Winslet and her husband, director Sam Mendes, have announced that they’ve split. As you may recall, we hypothesized that a woman winning the Best Actress Oscar is almost certainly the kiss of death for her romantic relationship — Kate Winslet, who won for her work in “The Reader,” was the only example in recent years of this theory not proving true. Until now, that is. Sadz. Sometimes we hate it when we’re right. [LA Times] Keep reading »
“She should apologize to Dora!”
— “The View”‘s Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Rielle Hunter‘s sexy, no-pants photo spread for GQ in which she poses (ick) with her daughter’s Dora The Explorer doll [Jezebel] Keep reading »
Academy Award winner Kathryn Bigelow may be dating Mark Boal, the “Hurt Locker” screenwriter. Her ex-husband is James Cameron. This makes Kathryn, according to Gawker, a jobsexual: “a person who either works so much, or loves so much to work that she always seems to end up dating the guy one desk over.” But what’s so weird about meeting someone at work? Even non-workaholics spend most of their waking hours on the job, and if you can manage to perform well at work (which Kathryn has, with two Oscars to prove it) and find someone to smooch, what’s the issue? Should we start calling women who always date guys they meet at bars “barsexuals”? Keep reading »