“I actually felt one of her contractions! I knew she was having some type of pain—I felt it. Not only that, but I was craving the things she was craving, like nachos! I don’t even eat nachos … Tia and I have twin telepathy … I know exactly what she’s thinking, I can feel her and I can sense her. All I have to do is look in her eyes and I can tell what she’s thinking and visa versa.”
—Tamera Mowry on her vicarious experience of her twin sister’s pregnancy. Those twins and their crazy telepathy thingy. Luckily we have an entire season of their new reality show “Tia & Tamara” to explore more of their sister-sister-ness. I wonder if Tamera’s phantom contraction hurt as bad as Tia’s real one? I sure hope not. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
What’s better than one Ryan Gosling? Two! My chances of making him my real boyfriend instead of just my dream celebrity boyfriend would double if only this Esquire cover was a reality. Sigh. [Crushable] Keep reading »
The love affair of Leonardo DiCaprio and Blake Lively has taken many twists and turns, but the strangest of all are reports that the “Gossip Girl” star reeled in the ladies’ man by following The Rules. Too young to remember The Rules? It’s a dating advice book published by two women in 1995 that prescribed 35 different “rules” for alluring, snagging, and domesticating the male species. The book advises a woman to never pay for herself on a date; never call him; rarely returns his calls; never accept a Saturday night date after Wednesday; end phone calls and dates first; and return one email for every four he sends. Some of the self-help wisdom contained therein is just obvious, such as reminding women that if you show a man your Pikachu on the first date he might not assume you’re looking for a serious relationship. But the rest of it is just a convoluted series of mind games with cult-like restrictions like “Don’t discuss the rules with your therapist” and “Do the rules, even if your friends and parents think it’s nuts.” The premise behind the book is that all men like “the chase,” so women need to make them work for it.
So, how did Blake use The Rules to supposedly snag her man? Keep reading »
“My mom told me when I get compliments, to cover my ears. I mean, I’m sorry. I’m so embarrassed now. Thank you for saying that. Thank you. I don’t know if I’m adorable … Stop, stop. No, no, no, no, no, no. Now I’m really, I’m flustered. Thank you.”
—Zooey Deschanel responds during a press conference for her TV show “New Girl” to a reporter’s very strange question, “What does it feel like to be adorable?” I’m not sure exactly how the reporter wanted her to answer (it’s kind of like asking, “How does it feel to be 5’4?”), but I’m surprised by how thrown off Zooey got. Why is it so hard to accept a compliment? [NY Daily News] Keep reading »