It feels so weird to talk about because I don’t know how to answer. A lot of people have compared me to other people who came up when I came up and I don’t know what it is. I think part of it is just me, maybe my family, and the friends that I’ve kept. No one really let me get away with being treated different in my immediate circle of people in my life. That said, I definitely had rough patches. I grew up in the industry. Being an 18-year-old doing what I was doing, even a 20-year-old, you’re searching for your identity. I did it in a public way and it kind of messed with my privacy. I had to take a really long break from everything. I was like, ‘I don’t really care about getting the best role anymore or making a career choice, I just need to step back, be at home, and like hang out like a normal 20-something-year-old person.’
Hilary Duff: she’s a normal, just like us!
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In a video interview for her cover shoot with TV Guide, “How To Get Away With Murder” star Viola Davis revealed the television show she would most like to be cast on. That show? “Game of Thrones.”
“I would love to be on ‘Game of Thrones.’ I love that show,” Davis said. “I would want to play a character like Diana Rigg, like a really great, no-nonsense, formidable queen. But I’d want to kill somebody. With a spear.”
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Emma Stone seems like she’s kinda cool, right? Like, you could get a beer or three with her, and then she’d ask to bum a cigarette from you and you wouldn’t even mind. She’s bubbly without being annoying, generally has really good hair, usually slays on the red carpet and is a solid comedic actress. This video of her singing Meredith Brooks’ “Bitch” while auditioning for the ill-fated, never-aired “Partridge Family” reboot in 2004 is strangely endearing. That gangly stance! The air humping! The unfortunate mid-2000s distressed-flares-and-pointy-toe-boots combo! This is the video equivalent of flipping through your old yearbooks — charming at first, then deeply, painfully embarrassing. [People]
Unfortunately, I think Dr. Miley Cyrus, M.D. might be wrong about this particular alleged side effect of daily masturbation, but I still agree with her overall prescription. Masturbate regularly, if only because it’s fun. [Instagram]