- Gwyneth Paltrow has reportedly told husband Chris Martin that he should put Coldplay on hold so he can go solo. [Dlisted] — Didn’t John Lennon and Yoko Ono already do this?
- Eric Bana might be more dramatic in his film roles, but when he’s home the actor is all laughs. He says that’s how he keeps his marriage with Rebecca Gleeson running smoothly. [People]
- Kate Gosselin says she’s lonely, but too busy to date. [Us Weekly] — At least she’s smart enough not to date in the public eye before she’s divorced.
As if having Meghan McCain and La Toya Jackson co-host “The View” during Elisabeth Hasselbeck‘s absence weren’t enough, Kate Gosselin will join Barbara, Sherri, Joy, and Whoopi at the Hot Topics table Sept. 14 and 15. While a little controversy never hurts (and usually helps), we can’t imagine what the reality star will bring to the table. We’re betting she’ll use it as another opportunity to convince the American people that we should be on her side. [The View] Keep reading »
In the September issue of Shape magazine, Lauren Conrad of “The Hills” talks about her new boyfriend, Kyle Howard, for the first time. Only, it left us scratching our heads because we have no idea who the eff he is. All Lauren really said in the interview is the two have a lot of romantic dinners together and now she has a “boyfriend layer” of stomach fat. So we did a little snooping and found out some other info about this mysterious dude. Keep reading »
Perhaps not quite as exciting as a leaked celeb sex tape but titillating nonetheless, email exchanges between “The Bachelorette”‘s Ed Swiderski and the two women he allegedly had relationships with, through (and after) the taping of the show, have been leaked all over the internet (you can read the full exchange here). In the emails, Swiderski shows his romantic side, saying sweet things to Lindsey Johnson and Bethany Steffen like, “I’m going to molest you when I get home.” Apparently, he promised both girls he’d only be gone for two weeks and when two weeks came and went and he was still taping the show, he emailed Lindsey: “Trying to leave tomorrow … hopefully I can pull it off.” Of course, as any avid viewer knows, he did indeed “pull off” going home early — citing work obligations as his excuse — only to return to the show a week or so later. The rumor is he slept with Lindsey while he was away from the show.
By all accounts, bachelorette Jillian Harris is standing by her man (Ed proposed on the final episode and she accepted). She repeatedly laughs off all allegations, saying: “None of it’s true, Ed’s told me about both women, I trust him, and that’s all you need to know.” But who’s buying it? Surely there must be some reason that she’s sticking with Ed and not dumping his ass faster than you can say “Loser!” As it turns out, there is a reason she’d want to keep up appearances that they’re still a couple — and it has nothing to do with love.
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Sweet vampire plaything Anna Paquin and her on-and-off-screen lovah, Stephen Moyer, did an interview for the September issue of Nylon. As a huge fan of “True Blood,” I got super pumped when I saw the cover, which features Anna looking gorgeous though slightly off-kilter. But I got even more excited when Anna started talking about nudity, going blonde and, of course, vampires. After the jump, some of my fave quotes. Keep reading »
Jessica Biel has been ranked more dangerous than any of those burly, gun-toting, wannabe bad-ass celebs. Don’t go seeking her out online because, trust me, your search will end badly. Computer security company McAfee reveals that one out of every five internet searches for this actress ends at a website that will cause your computer to score a virus or some other techie disease. Last year, Brad Pitt was numero uno in terms of dangerous searching, but now he’s not even in the top five. This year, bootylicious Beyoncé is second, followed by Jennifer Aniston, Tom Brady and Jessica Simpson. I don’t really understand how Tom slipped into that list. He’s making the top five look like a game of “which one of these is not like the other?” [AP via Yahoo] Keep reading »
“I don’t ever feel sexy in small clothes,” she says. “I always feel really insecure. I don’t like wearing make-up. And if I have clean hair and a clean face, I’m more confident because I don’t feel like I’m speaking behind a mask. The attention, that other people are telling you that you are beautiful, only feeds insecurities and sort of makes it unbearable.”