Someone over at Lemondrop thinks Kristen Stewart sucks. I mean, really sucks. According to Julie Gerstein, Stewart, of “Twilight” and “New Moon” fame, has all the charisma of a Shaker chair and is as sexy as a block of concrete. What, is Bella lamer than Edward? Read on for the dirt. [Lemondrop] Keep reading »
Damn you, Suri Cruise! Once again, you remind us a toddler has a better closet than we do. [11/22/09, New York City] Keep reading »
Amy Poehler: Can I ask you how you feel about this term “cougar”? I hate that f***ing word.
Rachel Dratch: Me, too! Since the dawn of moving-making, there have been so many scenarios where an older guy is with a younger woman and we don’t bat an eye. But if it’s reversed and a 40-year-old woman is with a 35-year-old guy, she’s called a “cougar.”
Poehler: I know … there are these derogatory boxes that people have invented that they have to put themselves in. And why isn’t there a word for the inappropriate older guy with the younger girl? What is the exact word for that?
Dratch: I don’t know … Gray Balls?
Poehler: Old Gray Balls! Oh he’s a real Gray Balls! (laugh) Maybe we should make it Clark Gray-Balls. There is just something about a 20-year-old calling someone a cougar that makes me want to punch them in the mouth.
—”Saturday Night Live” alums Amy Poehler and Rachel Dratch aren’t fond of the word “cougar,” apparently [Bust] Keep reading »
On last night’s American Music Awards, Jennifer Lopez performed her new single, “Louboutins,” and despite writing an entire song about them, her high-priced footwear did not offer their support. J.Lo fell on her ass big time
, but only East Coast viewers got to glimpse this hilarity during the telecast. The fall was edited out of the West Coast airing. Thank God for YouTube, amiright? Keep reading »
It was Miley Cyrus‘ 17th birthday on Wednesday, and she threw a rockin’ ’80s themed party to celebrate. She came dressed as Julia Roberts’ character from “Pretty Woman,” which was obviously super tasteful and kept in line with her pole-dancing antics from the summer. And when the Broadway cast of “Rock of Ages” showed up for a surprise performance, Miley danced with cast member Constantine Maroulis. [NY Post]
While most of us gave up theme parties circa age 7, when Strawberry Shortcake herself didn’t show up to deliver our cake, celebrities still love to throw ‘em. In May, we brought you a whole slide show of celebs’ themed birthday parties, but because there have been so many good ones since, we’re bringing you part deux. Keep reading »
“I’d love to get married again. I have to find a really rich woman so I can stay home and read books all day.”
—Alec Baldwin explains his great idea while promoting “It’s Complicated,” with Meryl Streep. [Entertainment Weekly] Keep reading »
“These guys, they’re just never gonna learn. Well, there’s this funny one. People might think this is a bit racist, but it’s funny. I was in Atlanta, I’m at the bar, and there’s a white gentleman there and he says to me, ‘How you doin’, baby girl, how you doin’? And you know, he’s aggressive, so I laughed a little bit. So he keeps going, and I had to say eventually that I wasn’t interested. And he goes, ‘Well, you know what they say. Once you go white, your credit goes right.’ He said it and I made him say it all night to the rest of the bar. But thank God my credit is already right, honey. I don’t need a man at all to do that.”
– Selita Ebanks on how a guy once tried to pick her up. Read other quotes from the Victoria’s Secret Angels here. Keep reading »
Every time someone has something mean to say about Rachael Ray, I am all ears. I can’t stand her “delish”s or “yum-o”s. The only time I made it through a whole episode of her cooking show, she made a hamburger salad followed by a pizza salad and I wanted to claw my child-of-a-chef eyes out in terror. So, when my hero, Martha Stewart, said that Rachael’s approach to cooking was “not good enough for me,” I immediately Twitter-agreed with her. Martha went on to say, “I mean, I really want to write a book that is unique and a lasting thing, something that will really fulfill a need in someone’s library. So, she’s different. She’s more of an entertainer, with her bubbly personality, than she is a teacher, like me.” [NY Daily News]
I agree, Martha. But it can sound a little like sour grapes when someone disses a younger rival. Here are some celebs who’ve critiqued their successors in not gentle ways. Keep reading »
“I mean, someone with a figure like Jennifer Aniston has a trainer, a cook spinning out some version of the latest diet, and probably a stop at the tanning salon. Then teenage girls go, ‘God, I wish I could look like that.’ Maybe they wouldn’t if they knew what it took.’”
– Amanda Peet on how much work it takes to have a figure like Jennifer Aniston in Parade [Showbiz Spy] Keep reading »