“After my divorce, I realized, ‘Oh, wow, I can go have sex.’ And I was running around, picking up women. Then all of a sudden, it dawned on me that I really didn’t need that much sex. I just wanted somebody with me every minute. I was using women as a surrogate mother. When I tapped into that, it suddenly became very childish behavior. And really, was it so great f***ing every night? They’re using me for my fame, I’m using them for their beauty, and the whole f***ing thing seemed empty.”
—A highly evolved Howard Stern tells Rolling Stone about his relationship to women after separating from his wife in 1999 and getting divorced two years later. Luckily, his story has a happy ending. Soon after, he met Beth Ostrosky and they tied the knot in 2008. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Suri Cruise‘s snack time is sexier than most kids’. Katie Holmes gives her some gummy penis to munch on. She must have run out of the more appropriate gummy bears or gummy worms. No use in shielding her from the world forever. [TMZ] Keep reading »
Ahhh, puberty. With his new haircut, elongated face, and extra few inches of height, Justin Bieber already looks a few years older than his wax likeness, which was unveiled at Madame Tussaud’s in London yesterday. As long as the voice doesn’t drop too dramatically, things should be all good. Keep reading »
Don’t be surprised if you see Chloe Sevigny walking around with a hatchet. The word on the street is that she is getting very method over her newest role, playing accused murderess Lizzie Borden in an upcoming HBO mini-series. In 1892, Borden screamed for her maid, hysterical that she had found her father’s chopped-up body. While her neighbors tried to comforted her, her mother’s body was found in an upstairs room. Only, many people think Lizzie was the one who wielded the hatchet that killed them herself. She was ultimately acquitted of the crime, but acted suspiciously throughout the investigation and became something of a celebrity during the trial.
So how is Chloe preparing for the role? Keep reading »
Some things are just not necessary. An almost-lifesize cake replica of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s faces, made from 20 lbs. of marzipan and 10 lbs. of icing, for example. Important question, though: whose face do you cut up first? [The Gloss via The Windsor Knot] Keep reading »