Uh oh, reports are surfacing that Ashton Kutcher is dating a new lady — Lorene Scafaria, the screenwriter of “Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist.” Let’s hope that rumor isn’t true, because if so, Lorene, girl, you are an idiot. Supposedly, says Page Six, the pair began flirting/dating/planning their romantic liaisons long before he officially split from Demi Moore. Kutcher met Scafaria when he read for a part in her next film, “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,” earlier this year. At the beginning of December, he and Scarfaria were spotted snowboarding, and just today, Kutcher Tweeted a pic of himself with the banged brunette in Italy. But come on, lady, everybody knows that a cheater never really changes. If he cheated on Demi Moore with you (and Sara Leal and probably countless others), he’s doubtless going to cheat on you. Walk away now, and teach that overgrown frat boy a lesson. [Page Six]
Mila Kunis had a very good year. Besides starring opposite Justin Timberlake in “Friends With Benefits,” Kunis was the top-selling cover girl for GQ magazine this year. Other super successful cover ladies? Sarah Jessica Parker, Heidi Klum and Jennifer Aniston. The triumvirate of blonds were top sellers for Elle, Vogue, and Marie Claire. In fact, Aniston had the top-selling cover for Marie Claire with her July cover. Surprisingly missing from this year’s top performing list — Lady Gaga, who covered almost all of 2010′s most successful magazine issues.
Not that Gaga didn’t do well …
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I don’t think it’s anyone’s business to tell parents who have suffered a miscarriage how to behave. People express grief in all sorts of ways, even ways you might consider distasteful. That said, a video message to miscarried baby Jubilee Shalom Duggar strikes me as pro-life messaging first and foremost. “So often in society, babies are looks on as a problem, trial or responsibility,” mama Michelle Duggar reads, “but God says babies are a blessing. We do not believe that babies are a bother or a headache, a financial drainer or a career interrupter.” What a lovely way to honor Jubiliee: by guilt-tripping other women who have terminated unwanted pregnancies! Keep reading »
From whale sperm to colon cleansers to the shape of a woman’s foot when she has an orgasm, celebrities did not disappoint during 2011 with their penchant for peddling suspect science in the world’s media.
In its annual list of what it considers the year’s worst abuses against science, the Sense About Science (SAS) campaign named reality TV star Nicole Polizzi, Republican presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann and American singer-songwriter Suzi Quatro as top offenders, with their dubious views on why the sea is salty, the risks of cervical cancer vaccines and the colon. Read more…
As we look forward to 2012, let us look back — back upon the ladies who faltered, ever-so-slightly, in the sartorial department with bad outfits, poor fabric choices and strange, rhombus-like headwear. Check out our list of (just some of) the worst looks of 2011. (And after the jump, the best red carpet looks of the year!) Keep reading »