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Actor Josh Lucas suits up to apartment hunt with Midriff McAdams in the trendy East Village in New York City. The new couple wants to move in together, but it just doesn’t look like they’re on the same level. [New York City, 4/17/09] Keep reading »
Why is Cameron Diaz pulling a Britney? Is Justin Timberlake’s current girlfriend, Jessica Biel, next? Maybe if she scores a part in a movie about cancer. Cameron “shaved” her head in her upcoming film, “My Sister’s Keeper,” about a child who is “engineered” so that she can give her cancer-striken sister a kidney to save her life. Cameron plays the mom in the movie, so maybe she’s doing a sympathy shave. Regardless, Cammie D fans can rest easy knowing she still has her flaxen locks and didn’t go looney tunes like Brit. FYI, the film’s trailer is after the jump… Keep reading »
There’s gonna be some haters, but I think Drew looks amazing. [Los Angeles, 4/16/09] Keep reading »
In the new issue of Rolling Stone, Hulk Hogan says that his bitter split from Linda, his wife of 24 years, has given him some insight into what might have led O.J. Simpson to his (alleged) vengeful killing spree. (Simpson was acquitted of murdering his wife Nicole in 1994.) [Rolling Stone via the NY Post] — Turns out, Hogan doesn’t know best. Keep reading »
They must hate exercising as much as I do! [New York City, 4/16/09] Keep reading »
In today’s New York Times Style section, there’s a profile of LuAnn de Lesseps, the soon-to-be-former C(o)untess and star of “The Real Housewives Of New York City.” You see, she’s got a book, Class With the Countess, to promote, despite havoc in her personal life that makes the timing oh-so-awkward. A few weeks ago, news broke that Count de Lesseps — from whom LuAnn was already separated — had taken up with a sexy younger woman halfway across the world, and the twosome were headed for divorce. Bummer, sure, but embarrassing, too, as the news comes on the heels of LuAnn braying about the success of her marriage on “Real Housewives.” Oh, and she gives advice on seducing and hanging on to a man. You can skip that chapter, ladies! Keep reading »
In today’s installment of GOOP, the newsletter we love to hate and hate to love, Gwyneth Paltrow bores us to tears with words of wisdom about “evil tongue,” i.e. speaking evil of others. Before asking her various gurus and life coaches and self-help experts to help her understand “the consequences of perpetuating negativity or feeling schadenfreude,” she talks about her experience with a “frenemy” and admits that her own tongue, GASP, is occasionally evil.
Back in the day, I had a “frenemy” who, as it turned out, was pretty hell-bent on taking me down. This person really did what they could to hurt me. I was deeply upset, I was angry, I was all of those things you feel when you find out that someone you thought you liked was venomous and dangerous. I restrained myself from fighting back. I tried to take the high road. But one day I heard that something unfortunate and humiliating had happened to this person. And my reaction was deep relief and…happiness. There went the high road.
Naturally, we didn’t give a s**t about any of GOOP’s “lessons” about, um, s**t-talking, but we did go cuh-razy hypothesizing about WHO this “frenemy” could be. Frankly, it’s so obvious, it’s almost sad. Our theory, after the jump. Keep reading »