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Quote Of The Day: Jennifer Aniston Won’t Stop Talking About How Everyone Says She Won’t Stop Talking

“No matter what I say, things will always be taken out of context and misinterpreted, will always be turned around to make it seem as though I won’t let something go, or that I just keep talking about it over and over. I don’t owe anybody anything. I don’t owe anybody my side of the story. There are no sides! There is no bad guy and there is no good guy. There are no villains and there is no heroine in this story.” – Jennifer Aniston in British Elle

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Star Couplings: Lindsay Lohan In Tears After Fight With Samantha Ronson

  • Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson can’t seem to stop fighting. The two got into an argument at a London nightclub. Shortly after the fight, Lindsay walked out in tears. Wonder what the fight was about ladies? [Perez Hilton]
  • Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson just got back together, but the two have been discussing having children. Kate wants a sibling for her son, Ryder. If Owen can’t commit, this fatherhood thing may not be the best idea for him. [Your Tango]
  • Jenny McCarthy dishes on her relationship with boyfriend Jim Carrey, in the new issue of Michigan Avenue. McCarthy said she definitely doesn’t want to get married again. [Popeater]
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    Who Should Meghan McCain Date?

    Poor Meghan McCain. It’s hard dating when you’re the daughter of a former Presidential candidate. Especially when he lost. But I’m not just emoting here — Meghan has expressed these sentiments in a new blog post over at The Daily Beast. In her column, “Looking For Mr. Far Right,” she writes that dating for her is a Catch-22 because she finds that she’s not only not attracted to Obama supporters (for obvious reasons), but hardcore supporters of her father too. After all, how’s she to know that the guy is into her for her and not because her dad is a failed presidential candidate? Keep reading »

    Rihanna, Chris Brown, & Forgiveness: Can She? Should She? And Is It Too Soon?

    Ever since the news broke that Rihanna had (allegedly) been beaten by her boyfriend Chris Brown, I’ve been saying that there would be no way she would take him back, even if she wanted to. After all, this is a woman in the public eye, who’s extremely popular with young women and girls. She’s also always seemed to be comfortable and okay with being a role model, unlike, say, Britney Spears, who never seemed to like the influence she had, or was expected to have, over her fans. As it became clearer that this incident did in fact happen and wasn’t just a rumor, I was even more convinced that she couldn’t and wouldn’t get back together with Brown — but part of me did wonder how I, and her fans, and just everyone, would respond if she did. So when I read that Rihanna and Brown were holed up at Diddy’s estate in Miami, and were supposedly reconciling, I thought two things:

    1. Who does Diddy think he is? Dr. Phil?
    2. WTF?! Keep reading »

    Star Couplings: Rihanna And Chris Brown Reunite

  • Rihanna and Chris Brown are back together and hiding out at Sean Combs’s Miami home. Can’t say I’m surprised. [Dlisted]
  • Madonna took her new boy toy, Jesus Luz, to the Kaballah Center over the weekend. Isn’t this when things start to go downhill for Madge? [Perez Hilton]
  • Amy Winehouse is back in London, presumably to deal with her marriage with Blake Fielder-Civil. [People.com]
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    Women Who Rock: Diana Vreeland

    March is National Women’s History Month, and we’re celebrating by sharing a lady we admire each weekday.

    DIANA VREELAND (c.1906-1989)
    In 1936, the editor in chief of Harper’s Bazaar gave Diana Vreeland, a wife and mother of two, a job, even though she technically didn’t have any experience. Vreeland began telling women to live extraordinarily with her “Why Don’t You” column (a sample: “Why don’t you tie black tulle bows on your wrists?”). She influenced what women in America wore with her work as a fashion editor at Bazaar for 25 years before and then at Vogue, where she first worked as an associate editor before becoming editor in chief in 1963. During her reign, she shook up the fashion world by using women who looked like individuals (Lauren Hutton, Ali McGraw), and helped along the careers of now-infamous designers, including Oscar de la Renta. Vreeland always took chances and did the unexpected, and she hoped others would do the same with their clothing choices and the way they lived their lives.

    Further Reading:

  • D.V. by Diana Vreeland
  • Allure by Diana Vreeland
  • Diana Vreeland by Eleanor Dwight
  • Diana Vreeland: Bazaar Years by John Esten
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    Quote Of The Day: Diddy Live Twitters Tantric Sex

    Star Couplings: Tom Brady And Gisele Bundchen Tie The Knot

  • Ladies around the world are sobbing uncontrollably after hearing the news that sexy NFL quarterback Tom Brady apparently married his girlfriend, supermodel Gisele Bundchen. Sniff! She’s so lucky. [CNN]
  • Jessica Biel has been given the seal of approval by Justin Timberlake’s mother. Apparently the two have been spending a lot of time together and Justin’s mom likes her. Jessica must be thrilled by that news. [OK!]
  • Former “Girls Next Door” star, Kendra Wilkinson, is ready to start a family. Kendra is currently engaged to football player Hank Baskett and says the two have already started talking about baby names. If they have a boy, Hank Baskett IV is a strong possibility. Slow down there girl. What’s the rush? [People]
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    Dita Von Teese Strips And Sings

    Burlesque star Dita Von Teese is working on an album. According to E! News, Von Teese said she signed a deal with Interscope Records in Europe and hopes to cover Irving Berlin’s song “Lazy.” It’s possible that her album might not ever get to the States because she currently only has a record deal in Europe, however, this bit of news got us wondering about what Von Teese’s singing voice is like, since her speaking voice is quite melodic. While searching YouTube for possible snippets of her singing, we happened upon the above clip, in which she tells Sharon Osbourne no one would want to hear her sing for even two minutes — not a good thing to say about your voice when you’re trying to sell a record. Keep reading »

    Quote Of The Day: RuPaul On The Components Of Her Look

    “All drag is a sampling of pop culture. My whole image is one part Dolly Parton, one part Cher, three parts Diana, and one part David Bowie. If you’ve seen pictures of Tyra, you’d think she was sampling me.” – RuPaul in Entertainment Weekly

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