“I just wanna say to all the girls out there, it’s cool to be bad, I get it … but it’s also possible to make it in Hollywood without a reality show. When I came up in this business, if you made a sex tape, you were embarrassed and you hid it under your bed and if you took naked pictures of yourself on your cellphone, you hid your face. Hide your face! I just want to say to all the girls out there it’s OK to be a good girl. I’m trying to make it cool.”
—Reese Witherspoon is not one to make bitchy comments, so I was surprised when she snarked on fellow celebs with reality shows, sex tapes, and cell phone nudie pics while accepting her Generation Award at last night’s MTV Movie Awards. I’m assuming with the sex tape comment she was taking a swipe at Kim Kardashian/Paris Hilton/Tila Tequila and their ilk. But was the nude cellphone pics comment pointed at Blake Lively, who has vehemently said the alleged naked photos of her released last week are fakes? I don’t disagree with her gripes, per se, but it was hella ballsy to say that with Lively sitting in the audience. And don’t even get me started on dissecting her “good girl”/”bad girl” comments. My gender-studies-minor head will explode. [TMZ] Keep reading »
“Friends With Benefits” co-stars — and occasional rumored hookup buddies — Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis got handsy at last night’s MTV Movie Awards. I would like to officially endorse them as a couple. Get on that, kids. Keep reading »
Chris Brown: I am thinking about getting a new tat, something really special.
Tattoo Artist: What did you have in mind, Chris Brown?
Chris Brown: Something that shows the polarity of human nature.
Tattoo Artist: I feel ya. Like a representation of the good and the bad in all of us. Keep reading »
The MTV Movie Awards’ red carpets have always reflected fashion trends — for better or worse.
When the awards show debuted in 1992, over-sized suits and big hair were in. In the late ’90s and early 2000s, it seemed every starlet bared their midriff on the red carpet. By the late 2000s, classy yet chic looks reigned.
Looking back, Gwen Stefani wasn’t always the style icon she is today, and Carmen Electra has a history of tacky, tasteless dresses. Check out all the photos here! Keep reading »
“I want to do something that’s going to utilize my brain a little more than this show. If ['Chelsea Lately'] is the show that I’m going to do, it’s going to change. But it may turn out that I’m done with it altogether. I can’t keep doing the same thing; my brain is bleeding. I want to do something that’s more mindful and isn’t celebrity-centered. I’m not looking to totally bail on E! They’ve done a lot for me, and I like it here. If you take away the Kardashians.”
—Chelsea Handler talks to The Hollywood Reporter about what she hopes will happen now that her contract with E! is creeping towards finished. The network is trying hard to extend her contract, but Chelsea says she hasn’t been so impressed with their counter-offers and it sure sounds like she’s ready for a big change. But she swears it isn’t ‘The Tonight Show.’ “That’s a job for Jimmy Fallon. I’m way too divisive for a show like that,” she says. At least she is self-aware? [THR] Keep reading »
“All that ‘it girl’ s**t makes me kind of uncomfortable. I’m in a very lucky position because I’ve been around [fame] so long, I don’t feel the need to chase it. My dad was brought up very old school, very strict … So he’s wearing leather pants and a boa, but he would be like, ‘Did you do your chores today?’ Or … ‘Yes, there’s a party going on with Mick Jagger and some models, but it’s your bedtime.’”
—Zoe Kravitz, the awesomely stylish co-star of “X-Men: First Class,” talks to ASOS magazine about what it’s like to grow up with her famous parents, Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet. Interestingly, like Liv Tyler, Zoe goes on to share that her dad sometimes borrows her clothes. Maybe they should start a club? [PopEater] Keep reading »