Tina Fey was spotted leaving the the “Today Show” wearing zebra-print and lime green galoshes. It’s become cheesy to wear kitschy galoshes in NYC, even though this was the trend a few years back. Now fashionistas and others that don’t want soggy feet wear stylish and sleek rain boots in neutral colors (Rachel Zoe even praised a pair of $1,350 Prada rain boots earlier this week). There are some that think logo rain boots are fashionable, but I pretty much despise most things with logos plastered all over them. What is the rain boot trend in your area? Do people even wear rain boots there? [10/15/09] Keep reading »
Even though Tina held onto her V-card until the ripe old age of 24, this story’s got a sweet ending! The fabulous Ms. Fey ended up having her daughter with the guy who took her virginity: her husband. How old-fashioned! Keep reading »
Well, sort of. Pamela Anderson strutted down the runway for the A*Muse fashion show hiding her famous face behind Ronald’s scary likeness. [Miami Beach, FL, 10/14/09]
UPDATE: A co-worker said these photos reminded him of an old Japanese McDonald’s ad for the Tomato McGrand. Check it out, after the jump… Keep reading »
- According to DNA results, Keanu Reeves isn’t the father of Karen Sala’s four adult children, so he doesn’t have to pay the $150,000 in child support retroactive to June 1988 and the $3 million a month in spousal support retroactive from November 2006 she had asked for. [Dlisted] — If I were him, I’d sue her for wasting my time and money.
- Avril Lavigne has filed for divorce from Deryck Whibley, citing irreconcilable differences. According to the court documents, breadwinner Avril doesn’t want any support from him and doesn’t want to pay him anything. [TMZ]
- Britney Spears was voted the best mom in show business in a poll conducted by U.K. company Park Christmas Saving, beating out Christina Aguilera and Angelina Jolie, who have never had their child(ren) taken away from them. [Starpulse] — Clearly, this was more of a popularity contest than anything else.
“When people said to me, ‘Girls can’t play rock ‘n’ roll,’ I’m like, What are you saying? Girls can’t master the instrument? I’m in class with girls playing cello, violin, piano, Beethoven, Bach. You’re telling me they can’t play guitar?”
- Leona Lewis was slapped by a “fan,” who police have arrested, at her Dreams book signing. [PopEater] — No one seems to know why he slapped her, but this will probably affect how close fans are allowed to get to her in the future. My theory is the fan got upset because Leona was pretending to be a diva.
- A bald Tom Cruise showed his wry sense of humor when he made a cameo in “Tropic Thunder,” but I bet you’ll find other favorite movie cameos on this list. [Starpulse] — I’m slightly embarrassed to admit this, but Keith Richards in “Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World’s End” is one of my faves because I have a weird thing for him, even though “Birth of A Nation” is one of his favorite movies.
Forbes has released its annual list of “Prime-Time’s Top-Earning Women.” And who wants to be on top? Tyra Banks out-posed the competition, earning $30 million last year—almost twice as much as uber-annoying Katherine Heigl, who clocked in at number two in the survey at $18 million. I couldn’t even pick the third highest earner, Marg Helgenberger, out of a lineup, even though she made $9.5 million last year. All I have to say is that Tina Fey needs to tell her agent to up the ante, because she deserves to out-earn all three of those ladies for writing and starring in one of the best shows on TV. Heck, Tina can even make an American Express commercial enjoyable. In the meantime, I’m sure Tyra is smeyesing all the way to the bank. [The Wrap]
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Check out photos of RiRi shooting her newest album cover—it seems we’re all headed for yet another Rihanna style reinvention. Gone are the days of goth-esque T-shirts, leather, mesh and loads of black. Instead, she’s working a “lighter” look: a nude colored bodysuit and faux-fur, white coat. A total 180 — but isn’t that what keeps us interested? I wonder if the look is a sign of what’s to come. [The Sun]
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