Teri Hatcher is following in Gwyneth Paltrow‘s footsteps, with a new online publication in the works. The “Desperate Housewives” star has teamed up with Disney to launch GetHatched.com, a website for women. “I have a compelling passion to be a woman with other women,” she said. “We’re the caregivers, the teachers, the lovers.” Huh?
It makes sense for a corporation to want a big name involved when they launch a new website — instant publicity! — but can Teri be the driving force behind a media empire? Will people care enough about what she has to say for this to pay off for Disney?
As for content, Teri will supposedly be talking about “what worked for me and what hasn’t,” like the time she went to pick up groceries without doing her hair and got snapped by paparazzi: “I should have taken an extra 30 seconds to show I have style.” Thanks, Teri, that advice was really helpful. If today were April 1, we’d think this was a joke. [THR via AV Club] Keep reading »
Lindsay Lohan‘s bizarre behavior has provided hours of laughs and head-shaking, but since she’s been virtually unapologetic for her addictions and partying ways, many (myself included) have forgotten that she is on a possible dead-end path of self-destruction. It seems, though, that some news wires realize the fatality of Lindz’s habits. PopEater’s Rob Shuter reports that several sources claim media outlets are preparing Lindsay’s obituary. So morbid. More, after the jump … Keep reading »
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from beauty queen Carrie Prejean, but never fear: the former Miss California is up to her old tricks. Prejean is being sued by “a Christian PR firm,” A. Larry Ross Communications, for bilking a $64,857 bill. They claim Prejean hired their services in April 2009 to spread her “biblically correct” message, but she has never paid her bill.
Hmm, maybe she wasn’t happy with the way they didn’t stop her from ripping off her mic during that hilarious “Larry King” interview? [TMZ] Keep reading »
I’ve heard of fan fiction, but not fan album covers. One of Lady Gaga‘s particularly creative “monsters” created this cover for the single “Alejandro,” beating famous photog Steven Klein to the punch. (Klein reportedly directed the yet unreleased video.) Oddly, the placement of this scar looks very appendectomy-esque. [YVY] Keep reading »
“I’m in lurve. It’s nice. Scary. I’m a great catch and he can be a bad boy but he loves me. He is the sweetest thing and he actually totally does respect me. His manners are impeccable but he is funny too. He has properties everywhere and has given me the key to his apartment, but what is better than living in his hotel?”
– Courtney Love on dating Uma Thurman’s ex, hotelier Andre Balazs. How on earth do you go from Uma to Courtney? I mean, I love the woman, but she is cray-cray, while Uma is all zen. To quote one of my favorite blogs, how f**k. [Daily Mail] Keep reading »
Seraphina Affleck and big sister, Violet, chill on a park bench under the mindful eye of a nanny. So cute! [Santa Monica, CA, 3/29/10] Keep reading »
Remember the days when Jared Leto was hot Jordan Catalano and could do no wrong? My, how things change in 15 years. Leto and his band, 30 Seconds To Mars, have released a cover of Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance,” and let’s just say the romance isn’t the only thing that leaves a little something to be desired here. Thoughts? [via BuzzFeed
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Last night I watched my very first full episode of “Dancing with the Stars.” For the most part, I was bored. Pamela Anderson was shockingly awesome — I knew the bitch could run in slow-mo, but who knew she could dance?!; I cringed
the minute Jake Pavelka took the stage with his poor man’s Tom Cruise grin; and I felt sort of sad that Buzz Aldrin wasn’t, well, any good. But the best moment of the night occurred during footage of Kate Gosselin’s rehearsals with her partner, Tony Dovolani. The two got in a tiff because Kate was being a bossy beyatch, treating her dance instructor as if he was one of her kids, and he wouldn’t stand for it, storming off until she shut her pie hole. It was basically awesome, especially as Kate made vague comments about another man leaving her. (Oh wah, Kate, you don’t want Jon’s Ed Hardy-branded ass anyway.) Kate and Tony made up in the end and Kate crowed about neither of them being quitters after dancing a mediocre jive. Whatever. If these two keep bickering, I’ll keep watching. [YouTube
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I know I should say something funny about the wig situation, but I’m too distracted by the fact that Kim looks so much younger and prettier and more, well, normal in this photo (despite her bedfellows) without makeup. Keep reading »