When Michelle Williams first appeared on the scene, she played second fiddle to Katie Holmes in teen drama “Dawson’s Creek.” While Holmes went off to marry Tom Cruise and “design” a “clothing line,” Williams has become a successful, award-winning actress. Recently seen in “Blue Valentine,” “Synecdoche, New York” and “Shutter Island,” Williams will next take on the role of Marilyn Monroe in “My Week With Marilyn.” The young actress is recognizable on the red carpet for her platinum blonde pixie cut, designer duds and neutral tones.
Take a peek in our gallery below to see Williams’ evolution from teen on a creek to A-list actress. Read more… Keep reading »
“Cooking is not in my DNA. My kids all cook really good. I could cook if you put a gun to my head, but after a long day at the office I want to come home and find my dinner on the table. Oh, my gosh, everyone prepares it, but me. Sometimes my daughter Lourdes likes to cook my food. They all help. I can boil an egg, scramble eggs, cook pasta, make coffee, whip up a round of sandwiches and — get this — concoct ‘Rice Krispie’ treats.”
– Madonna, explaining the limited extent of her cooking repertoire to the Daily Mail. It’s very hard to imagine Madonna making anything with marshmallows. [ONTD] Keep reading »
Only Victoria’s Beckham’s newborn daughter would have a Baby’s First Fashion Week!
The former Spice Girl and little Harper Seven — who is just shy of two-months-old — were spotted in New York City today ahead of Fashion’s Night Out, the official kickoff to NY Fashion Week.
While Posh looked fab in a magenta dress and suede Christian Louboutin heels, Harper rocked a plaid dress and grey socks … no red soles for her yet! Read more…
“I’ve had nights out with Amy and know exactly what used to go on. It’s so easy to get caught up in that madness. I’ve been strong enough to walk away. When Amy died, I got several texts from friends saying they were really glad I was still here, that I hadn’t died too.”
—Lily Allen remembers her friend and fellow British pop star Amy Winehouse. Lily has alluded to her past struggles with drugs and alcohol in other interviews, like when she recalled how she wouldn’t eat but would drink four glasses of wine before four o’clock in the afternoon. One the one hand, I’m grateful Lily is still here because it proves that substance abusers can overcome their demons. But on the other hand, I think it can come off as distasteful when someone dies and a person mentions how her friends are glad it wasn’t her. Maybe this is just a hot-button topic that it’s difficult to sound sensitive about, though. [The Sun UK] Keep reading »