Anna Kendrick really loved Ryan Gosling’s performance in the movie “Gangster Squad.” More specifically, his performance made her love herself.
“Ugh – NEVER going to a Ryan Gosling movie in a theater again. Apparently masturbating in the back row is still considered ‘inappropriate,’” she Tweeted.
We suspect she was joking, but we can’t blame her if she wasn’t. Obviously, Ryan Gosling is a very popular figure in peoples’ spank banks over here. [Daily Mail UK]
Anna Kendrick is hardly the only celeb to discuss diddling. Woody Allen and Dudley Moore have some of the more famous and funny quotes about jerking off, but some more recent stars have mouthed off about self-love too. Keep clicking to find out who …
Happy Hump Day! It’s blind item time, this one courtesy of Blind Gossip:
Which actress isn’t really such a sweetheart? She recently shredded a pile of clothes her off-again boyfriend had left at her house and sent him a box filled with the scraps.
This one has Reese Witherspoon written all over it. Though I suppose it could also be Taylor Swift, who recently broke up with Taylor Lautner, or Anna Lynne McCord (that chick from “90210″ who is always on/off with Kellan Lutz, from “Twilight”). But, I mean, it’s obviously Reese. Not that this rumor is necessarily true, of course. Keep reading »
Seriously, the model and rumored-fiancee of Orlando Bloom is always posing for magazines without a shirt. Though I suppose I would too, if I had her body and/or anyone asked. Keep reading »
“I hope [there's] not another telethon on the air, and if there is one, there should be a demand that every person who participates donates a minimum, because it was very infuriating to me after 9/11, to see millionaires asking the people in the country for their, you know, pennies … It’s like, if you’re gonna go on and you’re a millionaire, please give a million dollars. Like, there should be a cover charge to do those, in my opinion … I think celebrities should step up and America should stop asking for just their presence at a publicized event … They should also demand their money.”
– Rosie O’Donnell on how celebrities can really help relief efforts in Haiti. [OMG!] Keep reading »
We’re not averse to taking an unpopular stand, so for better or worse, it falls to us to defend the most unlikely hero of all: Heidi Montag, a.k.a. “Mrs. Spencer Pratt,” a.k.a. “the girl from ‘The Hills’ who married the guy with the worst beard on the planet.” PopEater’s Oliver Miller takes up the gauntlet in honor of a recently sculpted and much-maligned Montag. Check out his logic … Keep reading »
“John Mayer — he needs to own up to his mistakes because karma’s a bitch, baby. Let me tell you something. He’ll be one of those 45-year-old men still searching for the perfect girl and abusing and using. Then one day, the pee-pee’s going to go limp and Cialis and Viagra ain’t going to help him. I’d put him into singles boot camp right next to Jennifer Aniston. The two of them, I’d like to put into boot camp.”
– “Millionaire Matchmaker” Patti Stanger couldn’t help but give some advice for lovelorn celebs in her interview with People.com. If Jen and John do end up in singles boot camp, let’s hope they don’t rekindle their romance. Keep reading »
The other day, we posted a poll on the best-dressed women at the Golden Globes. For those of you who haven’t checked it, Christina Hendricks, the redheaded siren of “Mad Men,” who dressed in a peach-colored Christian Siriano gown, is far and away the winner with over 22 percent of the votes. Cathy Horyn, a style blogger at the Times, however, disagreed with our poll’s results, going so far as to quote a stylist who said, “You don’t put a big girl in a big dress. That’s rule number one.” And seemingly to drive home the point of just how terribly big Hendricks really is, the Times ran an altered photo of her (left image) making her appear broader than normal. Keep reading »
“All I want to do now is f**k the girls I’ve already f**ked, because I can’t fathom explaining myself to somebody who can’t believe I’d be interested in them. I’m too freaked out to meet anybody else. I met a girl one time in Vegas. Her name was Dimples, and the ‘s’ in Dimples was a dollar sign. I have this weird feeling, a pride thing, for the people I’ve had relationships with. I still feel like I’m with them, in the sense that if I f**ked Dimples, what does that say about someone like Jen? I feel like it’s all connected. How could I ever cosmically relate these two people? What would I be saying to Jen, who I think is f**king fantastic, if I said to her, ‘I don’t dislike you. In fact, I like you extremely well. But I have to back out of this because it doesn’t arc over the horizon. This is not where I see myself for the rest of my life, this is not my ideal destiny,’ and then I see myself f**king Dimples? What does that say for my case?”
— John Mayer explaining to Rolling Stone magazine that the only thing that keeps him from effing every woman he meets is worrying about how Jen (Aniston) would feel about it. [via US Weekly] Keep reading »
Oh Martha. Martha, Martha, Martha. We didn’t know you had it in you. The prim and proper talk show hostess with the mostess invited S Factor striptease instructor, Sheila Kelley, on her show yesterday and had the nerve to take to the
poll pole [Sorry folks. Early morning. Sigh. -- Editor] herself. There’s video after the jump, but I just adore the joyful look on Martha’s face in this photo. Keep reading »