I have a feeling that the July cover of Playboy will not go down in history as one of Hugh Hefner‘s favorites. It obviously went to print before Crystal Harris called off their wedding, and features Crystal sitting in a leather chair, puffing on a pipe, wearing in a sailor’s cap, alongside the couple’s dog, Charlie. But the worst? The coverline, “America’s Princess: Introducing Mrs. Crystal Hefner.” Since the news broke yesterday that Crystal and Hugh were no more, Crystal’s Lifetime TV special, “Marrying Hef,” has been canceled. But never fear, you can still listen to her new single. As Hugh himself retweeted on Tuesday, “Omg @CrystalHarris left @hughhefner the day her single came out on iTunes. Coincidence? I think not.” [People, Fox News] Keep reading »
Oh dear, college pictures of Anthony Weiner in ladywear have surfaced. I think we should thank The National Enquirer for uncovering Screech’s long lost twin. No wonder he was texting pictures of his d**k, he was trying to compensate for being a big nerdball in college. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »
You can always count on Lil’ Kim to change up her
face style game. For a while she was looking a bit like Kim Kardashian’s distant, older relative, but all that changed when she got rid of her eyebrows. She didn’t need those things anyway. This particular trend would look ridiculous on me, but I marvel at women who can pull it off. Click through to see what I’m talking about.
“I remember girls running after the buses in the hundreds … We’d finish playing, the band would be putting the gear up, and we would be trying to do a quick out, which is what they call it when you leave the stage before the band stops playing. We’d get on the bus and there would be 250 to 400 girls waiting to run after us. I distinctly remember Joey Fatone singing the theme song from ‘The Goonies’ while this particular pack of girls was running. It was just crazy.”
—Justin Timberlake recalls the good ‘ol days with ‘NSync when he was still rocking his ramen noodles hairdo. Can you think of an unsexier image than Joey Fatone serenading ‘tweens with “The Goonies” theme song? I can’t. Better question: why, as young girls, were we so hot for boy bands? [I would answer this question if I wasn't busy crying over missing the NKOTBSB concert in NYC. -- Editor] [Playboy] Keep reading »