I have never had a desire to smell like Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, or Mariah Carey—so I know I am not the target market for celebrity perfumes. Celebrity colognes make even less sense to me—I just can’t imagine wanting to smell like George Clooney, Tim McGraw, or Antonio Banderas. Apparently, I don’t know what I am talking about because these things sell like hotcakes. Still, there is one new scent in the works that I don’t think will get such a nice reception on the market: a Michael Jackson scent.
Yes, apparently Joe Jackson has signed on with a French perfumery to make both a male and female Michael Jackson fragrance. Keep reading »
“The year after ‘Avatar’ was just emotionally overwhelming. I was traveling all over the world, waking up in different time zones. Your body gets exhausted, and by the end of the year I just collapsed … I was sitting in my hotel room, and I couldn’t stop crying. I couldn’t stay awake. I must have slept for an entire month.It took me the rest of the year, even as I was working and shooting ‘Colombiana,’ to pick myself up.”
—Zoe Saldana tells Latina magazine that the mega success of “Avatar” didn’t bring her happiness, and in fact she suffered from serious depression in the year after its release. But don’t worry, she feels much better now. Her new movie comes out soon and she’s engaged to actor Keith Britton. Just goes to show that getting your dream is more emotionally complex than you ever realized. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
There’s a current stigma that says young actresses of today don’t have the goods. That acting greats like Bette Davis, Elizabeth Taylor and Meryl Streep are simply a thing of the past – I say meet five exceptions. And while there are a ton of up and coming actresses currently working in film, these ladies are a handful of hopefuls who have managed to stay engrained in the brain with possibly only one or two striking performances under their ample belts. This is a group of gals who deserve to be seen more (aka give them more projects!) and we at Starpulse feel possess the ability to deliver satisfying screen work that could sustain a full, healthy and diverse career. So without further delay, here are our tasty and talented choices for five actresses to watch for. Read more… Keep reading »
If you’re a star on the level of say, Reese Witherspoon, you get People to publish your wedding photos.
But if you’re Kate Moss, you go Vogue. The supermodel didn’t use any wedding photographer either — star shutterbug Mario Testino captured her wedding to Jamie Hince. Among the Vogue-worthy guest list — Naomi Campbell, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney and her famous father Paul, Christian Louboutin and Manolo Blahnik (the men, not the brands).
Among the details, there were sixteen bridesmaids and flower girls, including Moss’ eight-year-old daughter Lila Rose Read more… Keep reading »
What to say about this week’s entrants in le crazy fashion competition … I love them all in their unique, sartorially-challenged ways. Mary Murphy, your leather lady Girl Scout get up … I have no words for the sheer horror/joy this outfit invokes. Well done, but how will you top yourself on your next red carpet go ’round? Given you’re Mary Murphy–a woman who’s made a name for herself screaming like a banshee on dance competish show “So You Think You Can Dance–I’m sure you’ll find a way. Keep reading »