Alison Brie is the cutest. And in this outfit she wore to the premiere of “Mad Men” earlier this week, she’s really channeled her character Trudy Campbell. But is it too much? Does she look costume-y instead of retro-inspired? What do you say?
I only recently discovered the joys of “Modern Family,” and have been watching it nonstop for the past few days. Julie Bowen is perfect in the show as a control freak perfectionist mom of three, and she’s perfect in real life rocking this classy-yet-sassy ensemble at a Hulu event. Want to steal her style for yourself? We’ve got all the pieces (at non-celebrity prices!) after the jump… Keep reading »
It’s No Doubt singer and L.A.M.B. designer Gwen Stefani in her pre-fame days as a junior high school student and ska fan in Los Angeles. Gwen just joined Twitter and posted a few photos (there’s another after the jump), which also feature her brother Eric. Sweet highlights! Keep reading »
“I don’t understand how you can be so anxious to populate the world with children who can’t afford to get an education or are going hungry. It’s wonderful to have a family but it takes money. We’re in an election right now where there’s a lot of talk about how the government is not supposed to make it easy for you to get health care, education, food, or any of the things you need to give a child a chance to be a contributing member of society. I don’t understand how that works? If you don’t have control over your reproductive system as a woman, then who steps in to help you? Clearly, abstinence doesn’t work, and we’re living in an age where a lot of gentlemen don’t take responsibility for the children they’re so happy to give to women. So who helps? … Are the Republicans suggesting that they take care of all the children that are born when you don’t have birth control available to you when you’re a poor woman? Do these guys not understand what it takes to raise a child, financially and time-wise? They sound like complete idiots!”
– Susan Sarandon reminds me why she’s my favorite feminist in Hollywood (and not just because she played the mom in the “Little Women” remake). Elsewhere in this interview she calls Rush Limbaugh “a Barnum & Bailey showman” who “doesn’t care who he endangers or what it means” and when asked about dating her much-younger business partner after she split from Tim Robbins, goes off on the double standard against sexual women. She’s also playing “four or five different men” in a movie version of the novel Cloud Atlas, which sounds wild. LOVE HER. [The Daily Beast]