This lovely letter allegedly written to Joan Crawford was found in Bette Davis’ desk drawer. Bette at her bitchy best, this is a shining example of how to stick it to a frenemy on her birthday. These two were bitter rivals for more than 30 years. Some say they fought over actor Franchot Tone, the man who became Joan’s second husband. But there are other rumors that Joan was in love with Bette and Bette didn’t return the sentiments. Or maybe it was just a case of egomaniacal jealousy. Whatever the real reason for the most famous frenemies of all time, these two made a sport of insulting each other. “Tell those caterpillars on your forehead that it’s time to turn into butterflies.” Damn, that’s cruel. And the dig about Joan’s daughter, Christina? Yikes. This must have been written post Mommie Dearest. I wonder if Joan ever received these birthday wishes? Or if she wrote back? I would loved to have seen that letter. [She Monster]
The Kardashian women really love their music videos. Kendall and Kylie Jenner just posted a family music video on their YouTube account, showing them, sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloe and Kourtney and mom Kris Jenner lip syncing the words to Lady Marmalade.
While they just released the clip today, the video was actually shot last year when the family did their annual Christmas card shoot. Watch the video!
It’s no secret that we’re big fans around here of Michael Fassbender’s smoking hot body and drool-worthy mug. But it has come to our attention from commenters, both on past posts about Fassbender and on a slideshow we did yesterday in honor of his 35th birthday, that all is not roses in Fassyland. According to a March 2010 blog post on TMZ, an ex-girlfriend accused Michael Fassbender of being violent towards her and filed a petition for a restraining order against him. Keep reading »
Krysten Ritter always gets stuck playing the quirky friend in movies like “Confessions of a Shopaholic” and “She’s Out of My League,” and I guess it’s a great thing that now she’s got the lead role in this new series, “Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23.” But geez, could this show have a worse name/premise? Anyway, it’s a shame, because Krysten always struck me as pretty cool — like someone you’d be friends with in an alternate universe. And she’s got a great fashion sense, too. Like, take this Jenni Kayne maxi-dress she wore to the premiere of her new film “Life Happens.” (And check out the red shoes!) Cute, cool and super laid-back. Just like we imagine Krysten probably is.
Browsing through celebrity photos this morning I came across this picture of Brooklyn Decker at the “Battleship” premiere in Tokyo, and my jaw dropped at that gravity-defying bodice (by “bodice” I mean “piece of fabric”). At first glance I thought the whole thing was held up with copious amounts of fashion tape or simply by the grace of God. Upon closer inspection it looks like there is a teeny tiny transparent strap holding it in place, but still, this dress is a triumph of engineering.