Give me a head with hair, long, beautiful hair. Shining, gleaming, streaming, flaxen, waxen … Give me down to there — hair! — shoulder length or longer. Here baby, there, momma, everywhere, daddy, daddy — HAIR! For the beauty, splendor, the wonder of Hollywood’s best and worst hair makeovers in 2011, click onward!
Jennifer Hudson duets on “I Believe In You & Me” with her larger self — the self that competed on “American Idol,” the self that starred in “Dreamgirls” — in a Weight Watchers commercial that I have to admit is kinda touching. (And that’s not usually something I would say about a Weight Watchers commercial.) The “new” Jennifer is much more polished; yes, she is slimmer but her movements less theatrical, her outfit is more chic and her hair is straightened. In short, she’s conforming to a more mainstream version of beauty — some might even say a white standard of beauty. I’m happy if she’s happy (and, perhaps, healthier, although we know people are created in all shapes and sizes and can be healthier at a larger body weight). I just thought the “old” Jennifer — who made it in Hollywood on her considerable talent despite being larger than the average starlet — was cute, too. [Essence] Keep reading »
“I like to try to get her into double-digit orgasms as much as possible. It doesn’t happen all the time, but when I’ve got my mojo and my swag, it happens. Every few months it’s just like bam — repeated. Repeated! I like her to just be going crazy in the bedroom.”
– Robin Thicke gets very, very personal with Elle about what goes down in the bedroom with wife Paula Patton. Consider me incredibly jealous. [Us Weekly]
Failure is such a harsh word isn’t it? To tell someone that something they’ve created is a “fail” is just wrong… but let’s face it, we all love to hate a little bit. Here’s a little pictorial look back at some fashion disasters of 2011. Enjoy! Read more…
Well Jared Leto, try as you might, you’ve made it to 40. That’s not very rock star of you, of course, but here we are — a 40-year-old man wearing sunglasses indoors and strutting around in pleather and sequins like it’s no big deal. It seems, Mr. Leto, that you’re primed to be America’s next Steven Tyler. Can a stint on a popular reality singing show be far behind? Either way, enjoy your special day as only you can – probably by bleaching your hair and decadently drinking bottle upon bottle of Patron. We’ll busy ourselves by looking at your worst fashions.