“My husband cannot f**king throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can’t believe they dropped the ball so many times.”
– Gisele Bundchen, who sent an email to friends and family last week, asking them to pray for husband Tom Brady (quarterback for the New England Patriots) in the Super Bowl, was asked by “The Insider” how she felt about Tommy’s loss and this was her response. Eek. While I’m no football expert (far from it, in fact), I do think that while what Gisele says may be true(ish?), it’s probably not appreciated by her husband’s teammates. Keep reading »
Well, it’s pretty clear The Los Angeles Times magazine thinks it’s got the Best Actress thing on lock. And no wonder — look how amazing “The Help”‘s Viola Davis looks on the cover of their magazine. Inside, Davis elucidates the key to her acting skill — a tip gleaned from playwright David Mamet: “If you’re looking at an actor onstage with a cat, who are you going to look at, the actor or the cat? The cat, because the cat is just being a cat.” [ONTD]
This year’s Super Bowl halftime show was pretty epic. And the most epic thing about it, besides the marching bands and oiled warriors and light-up bleachers and gymnastics? Madonna’s giant horned tiara crown thingy, of course! We wondered how this dramatic headgear would look superimposed onto iconic paintings, photographs, and movie scenes, so we took some artistic license and used photoshop to find out. Click through to check out the results (spoiler alert: Hannibal Lecter looks awesome in it) …
I’m pretty sure the only people who will actually be scandalized by 19-year-old penis cake licker Miley Cyrus having her first love scene in “LOL” — consensual sex! with a dude! wearing a condom! — will be exactly like the kind of Clueless To What My Little Angel Is Up To mother that Demi Moore plays in the film. So if any of you ladies are reading The Frisky, prepare to be scandalized! There’s a condom wrapper and a girl-on-girl kiss and even a messy bedroom. This is edgy stuff.
(Also, how much do I love that the score is the theme song for “Mob Wives”?) [Huffington Post]
Blake Lively’s March Elle cover is decidedly one of those “typical” ones — note the solid background and “traditional hand-on-hip pose” — that Glamour is now so decisively against. But regardless, the accompanying interview contains some gems of awkwardness, like her thoughts on motherhood: “I hope to have a few girls one day. If not girls, they better be trannies. Because I have some amazing shoes and bags and stories that need to be appreciated.” Read more…