In the 48 hours since Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries tied the knot in Montecito, California, we’ve been getting a pretty continuous stream of details of what went down at the nuptials. After the jump, the good, the bad, and the WTF of the biggest reality television wedding of the summer. Sorry, Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo. Keep reading »
Wow, Anne Hathaway‘s acting has improved 900 percent in the past 15 years. Movieline recently posted this video of Anne’s first commercial, for Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, which was shot in 1997. Apparently, it was Anne’s first time on camera and it sure shows between those crocodile tears and overly-hopeful looks. Still, at least it’s a funny commercial. This could have been far more embarrassing.
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“They get really, really red when I’m angry or passionate and pale when I’m miserable or tired. They have a life of their own. They get me in trouble. You know mood rings? I’ve got mood lips … They are one thing I don’t have to work on.”
—Victoria’s Secret model and “Transformers 3″ star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley talks to Australian Maxim about what she deems a medical oddity, her ginormous lips. Apparently, their color betrays her emotions? I’m assuming her boyfriend, hot action star Jason Statham, has the color-decoding key. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
Did you hear? Kim Kardashian got married this weekend! Who knew?! Crazy right? How did she and new husband Kris Humphries keep their nuptials so top secret?? I kid. The Kardashians don’t do anything quietly, least of all something normally sort of private like getting married, which is why Kim stands to profit in the millions
for walking down the aisle. More on that later. But part of that money making scheme involves a wedding special that will air on E! in October — but the network released a sneak peak at what went down this weekend, including a glimpse at Kim’s Vera Wang wedding dress. You’ll get the full view when exclusive photos — of course — run in People
this week. And now I shall return to rolling pennies, petting my dog, and wondering if I’ll die alone and childless. Keep reading »