Attention Twihards! Be honest … could you imagine anyone other than Kristen Stewart playing Bella Swan in the “Twilight” series? Well, there was once a time when producers weren’t sure who they would cast, and actress Michelle Trachtenberg claims the role could have been hers. Catherine Hardwicke, who directed the first “Twilight” film, was apparently interested in possibly casting Michelle, who she knew fromalmost (so many close calls with this one!) hiring her for the movie “Thirteen.” Apparently Hardwicke thought Trachtenberg would be a good fit for the quiet, vaguely sullen future vampire lover. Keep reading »
Khloe Kardashian stepped out yesterday without any makeup on — and she doesn’t care what you think about her “flawed” face.
“Some people are so stressed trying to be perfectly flawless … but I’m so HAPPY to be perfectly flawed,” she tweeted last night, after some fresh-faced photos of her arriving to the gym started landing online. Read more…
“I’m shocked Kourtney Kardashian is pregnant again. Did she not learn anything from Teen Mom? Maybe it’s a fake pregnancy like Kim’s wedding. SAD. Double standards in this world? Yes, and guess what? Age and money honestly do not change a person’s poor choice. Quit making excuses.”
— Farrah Abraham from “Teen Mom” ranted on Twitter today about Kourtney Kardashian‘s announcement that she is pregnant with her second child. But, Farrah, what is Kourtney Kardashian supposed to “learn” from “Teen Mom”? Kourtney didn’t get pregnant as a teen — she is having her second kid at age 32. And she’s been in a long-term relationship with Scott Disick, who, while a douche, seems like a better parent than Gary or Ryan, two of “Teen Mom”‘s all-star dads. And why is Kourt having a second child a “poor choice”? I hate to break it to you, Far, but age and money do change a person’s poor choice — having age/experience and money/resources generally makes huge life decisions like having children a lot easier.
Sounds like sour grapes to me. [Twitter.com/F1abraham via Us Weekly] Keep reading »
“This is so not glamorous, but it’s true: I need to take longer showers so that I can collect the hair that falls out and throw it away so I don’t clog the drain. Why do actresses never talk about that? … It just started falling out at the three-month mark … And I’m not a girl who likes extensions, so Selma’s going to be bald!”
– Selma Blair talks about her post-baby hair. And in the the third person no less. Something tells me she is exaggerating just a little bit. But if she’s not, and she is indeed on her way to baldom, that’s a side effect of motherhood I wasn’t aware of. Something to look forward to. [People]
Oh, celebrities: we hate them for never having a bad hair day, but we love them for the endless style inspiration they provide. From old Hollywood curls to beachy waves to that elusive flawless blowout, check out these seven celeb hairstyles and how to translate them from the red carpet to everyday life…