If I could pick anyone to play Girl Talk Jenga with, it would be Melissa McCarthy and Jimmy Fallon. I thought Girl Talk questions were spicier, though, like “Who do you want to play Seven Minutes In Heaven with?” I guess they have to keep it PG-13 on “Late Night.” [Late Night With Jimmy Fallon]
I gotta admit, I have a little bit of a girl crush on Hollywood Hot Mess Paz de la Huerta. I find her to be delightfully kooky. She’s not afraid to wear a see-through dress while running errands or share her personal experiences with the masses, like the time the ghost of Elvis gave her an orgasm. She’s gone through rough times with her family and is dedicated to her craft. What’s not to like? Click through this slideshow of Paz working the camera and dropping knowledge in interviews and tell me you don’t want to come to the imaginary dinner party I’m having for her and Courtney Stodden.
Diddy has his Circoc and Bethenny Frankel has her Skinnygirl Margaritas. And now Ron Jeremy has his own rum, Ron de Jeremy. (Yeah, we’re not sure what the ‘de’ is about either. Maybe it just sounds classier?) The website Oh No They Didn’t! saw Ron promoting the stuff at a college bar late last night. His charming catchphrase for his brand? “Captain Morgan has one leg. Ron de Jeremy has three.” Ick. [ONTD]
Apparently winning an Emmy and being in one of the funniest movies of the year hasn’t solved comedienne Melissa McCarthy’s clothing woes. So, in order to solve the problem of not being able to find great plus-size fashions, McCarthy’s taking things into her own hands and starting a new clothing company. “Trying to find stuff that’s still fashion-forward in my size is damn near impossible,” she said. “It’s either for like a 98-year-old woman or a 14-year-old hooker, and there is nothing in the middle.” She’s already started designing garments — like the purple number she wore to this year’s Emmys. McCarthy designed the dress after trying on “nine million dresses with taffeta or shiny bows,” and being dissatisfied with her options. Here’s to her knocking this one out of the park, too. [Fashionista]
“Oh! My nose is like [mimics radar] ‘doot, doot, doot’! I smell everything! It enhances it. If it smells bad, I smell it! My husband’s fragrance, his one that I always love, I hate right now.”
—Beyoncé has revealed that she is loving pregnancy. More specifically, she said that she is happier than she has ever been. But there is one downside. Her enhanced sense of smell. Apparently, it has her hating Jay-Z’s cologne? Luckily, though, she says she still enjoys her new scent, Pulse. [Hello Beautiful]
“Just because you’re an actor or make films or whatever doesn’t mean you’re not entitled to your own personal privacy … If that is sieged in some way, it feels unjust. It feels wrong … It’s an adjustment, but I think there are certain instances where you give a lot of yourself and finally you have to kind of put your foot down and say ‘Oh wait, I’m taking it back.’ “
– Scarlett Johansson on her right to privacy after the nude pic scandal. Having your personal phone or computer hacked is a bum rap. It’s a violation and I empathize with her indignation about that. On the other hand, famous or not, if you take a nude photo or video, you have to assume that there is a chance — however slight — that it might get out there in the world. It’s impossible not to be aware of that, even as an anonymous Jane. Quadruple that for a celebrity. I’m glad she’s putting her foot down in regards to her privacy and working with the FBI to bust those responsible, but she had to have known that there were hackers out there ready and eager to leak her nudie pics. [MTV]