Lindsay Lohan has some wild oats to sow after being on house arrest. Yesterday, photographer Tyler Shields posted new images of LiLo. Some show her cuddling in bed with Spencer Falls, others show her brandishing a bloody knife. A reference to her quote that you shouldn’t be in jail unless you killed someone? But it’s this photo, where Spencer Falls has a firm hold on her boob, that has me the most disturbed. Too far? [TMZ] Keep reading »
Nick Lachey and are now husband and wife!
The couple married on Friday night in a small island ceremony in front of 35 family and friends, People exclusively reports.
The ceremony was apparently a surprise.
“Nobody knew where they were going,” Minnillo, 30, told People. Read more… Keep reading »
“This couple really has to deal with the ‘ick’ factor.” Yikes. We should all be so lucky to have “Good Morning America” introduce a segment on our marriage this way. “GMA” checked in with 16-year-old Courtney Alexis Stodden, an aspiring pop star, and her 51-year-old husband, Doug Hutchinson, an actor. The segment danced around some of the very real potential psychological issues that it could have raised about a union such as this. Sure it’s legal, but is a 35-year age difference (even if she’s an “old soul”) sexually predatory? Has Courtney Stodden been “groomed” for sexual relationships with older men, despite being a virgin on her wedding night? I’m assuming the show had to skirt around any suggestion of that in order to lock down the interview.
They certainly seem happy together, but I can’t help but think something seems … off … especially the woozy look in Courtney’s eyes about halfway through the video when she’s staring at her husband. Judge for yourself. [Mediaite] Keep reading »
Thank you, Tori Spelling, for teaching me that it’s possible to put a pig on a leash. And a fancy one at that. I hope she brought a piggy bag. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »
“[The papparazi] follow every move I make until I’m back inside the house. You do start to understand the behind-the-gate mentality, the getting in the car in your driveway. But I can’t imagine living in seclusion. We flirted with [moving out of New York]. We went outside the city and troubled all these realtors and stood in these homes and fantasized, and then I kept picturing nine o’clock at night and… The beautiful thing about New York is, you have to expose yourself to other people the minute you step outside the door. There is no choice. And I love that.”
—Sarah Jessica Parker shows off her family in a spread in the new issue of Vogue and explains that they have contemplated leaving New York, the city that is like the peanut butter to her jelly. But it sure doesn’t sound like that move will happen anytime soon. [Vogue] Keep reading »