Let’s all just admit it—Mark-Paul Gosselaar, aka Zack Morris, is the cutest and we’ve all had a crush on him since the days of “Saved by the Bell.” Just this morning, I read that in an interview for Maxim, he was asked what he say if he encountered Becky the Duck in the afterlife. He responded, “This is the place where oil can’t hurt you.” Awwww.
I also read today that Mark-Paul is once again a single man. His divorce from Lisa Ann Russell, an actress he met on the set of “Saved by the Bell: The College Years,” has been finalized and they are dunzo after 14 years. I’m sure Mark-Paul is dealing with a lot of mixed feelings at the moment, but we thought we’d take a minute to suggest some people for him to date, when he’s ready to get back out there. Keep reading »
“I wish her the best — that goes without saying. We haven’t spoken in nine or 10 years … We were two birds of the same feather — small-town kids, doing the same thing. But then you become adults, and the way you were as kids doesn’t make any sense. I won’t speak on her, but at least for me, I was a totally different person. I just don’t think we were normal; there was nothing normal about our existence. We spent way too much time being the biggest thing for teenyboppers.”
– Justin Timberlake on his ill-fated romance with fellow teen pop star Britney Spears in the new issue of Vanity Fair. I believe there are two kinds of people in this world: people who hold out hope that someday fate shall bring Britney and Justin back together and people who just don’t give a crap. I am in the former camp and it makes me sad these two kids don’t even talk anymore. Sigh. I mean, honestly, they once wore fancy matching denim ensembles on the red carpet — that’s a connection that shouldn’t just be tossed away. [ONTD] Keep reading »
Apparently this is what happens if you are Snooki and you crash your Fiat while in Florence. Oh, and you also get your license revoked and face criminal charges. At least she has found an interesting way to make her neck brace work with her wardrobe.[Us Weekly] Keep reading »
“I have a house. I have a car. My daughter goes to school. I can buy my friends birthday presents. I can go out to dinner from time to time. I read to my daughter from this book called Just Enough and Not Too Much. It means something.”
—Michelle Williams explains to the Arizona Republic why she’s gone for intense roles in indie movies rather than flashy, big blockbuster roles that would bring in lots of cash. Sure, her “just enough” is probably much more than the average person’s but, man, does she seem to have good perspective on life. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Presented without further comment because come on. [via The Superficial] Keep reading »