Madonna‘s get-up at the Vanity Fair Oscars party sort of reminds me of the sexy witch costume Kelly Taylor wore to that Halloween party on “Beverly Hills, 90210” where the cowboy tried to lock her in the bedroom to date rape her. Lourdes reaction to her mom’s ensemble choice? “Mum, do you have to?!” This is apparently what she said when Madonna turned around, posing so the photographers could see her butt cheeks. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
While watching stars arrive on the red carpet and judging their fashion choices is a fun way to pass the time before an awards show starts, I’m always a little bummed that so little attention is paid to the jewelry they’re wearing. Zoom in, dammit! Gimme close-ups! Often times, the bling choices celebs make are far more exciting than the the dresses themselves, and not just because these borrowed baubles are worth way, way more. Diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and platinum abound, and at this year’s Academy Awards (and at the parties afterward), the stars really rocked it. Let’s zoom in on some of their choices shall we? Here are our favorite jewelry pieces from the the big night…
“Baby was definitely kicking a lot during the song portion of the show. Little dancer. … With my child, I think I will just thank them. It’s sort of been a protection. It feels like a protection against all the hoopla and the part that keeps you centered where your meaning is and what is actually important in the midst of shiny stuff that’s superficial.”
—Natalie Portman says that, in the end, she didn’t mind the morning sickness during awards season and thinks being pregnant for it was a good thing. Man, she is always so wise. Let’s just hope she does not fall victim to the Oscar curse. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
As this was the “young and hip!” Academy Awards, host James Franco took advantage of that new fangled thingy called the internet and posted photos online as the event was happening. My personal fave of his photos was this one, featuring an insanely baked looking Franco, a deer-in-headlights Oprah, and a so-perky-we-could-slap-her Anne Hathaway. [Who Say] Keep reading »
Maybe it was the fact that I’ve been in an outrageously good mood for the last few days. Perhaps it was the delicious glass of wine I was drinking. Or maybe (almost) all the female celebs who walked the red carpet at last night’s Academy Awards really did look so incredible that I was hard-pressed to find anything I absolutely despised. How could I put together a Good, Bad & Ugly slideshow if the the worst I could find was “meh”? Even the WTF dresses walking the red carpet were WTF in a fun, fascinating way, rather than a “good god, who let her leave the house?!” sort of way. So, I decided to say, “To hell with it!” and dole out mostly love. Keep clicking to see which stars looked stunning, which were sort of strange, and who was simply so-so.
“I am on a drug. It’s called … Charlie Sheen. It’s not available because if you try it once, you will die. Your face will melt off and children will weep over your exploded body. Too much? I woke up and decided I’ve been kicked around, I’ve been criticized, I’ve been the aww shucks guy with this bitchin’ rock star life and I’m finally going to completely embrace it. I’m gonna wrap both arms around it and love it violently.”
—Charlie Sheen talks to “20/20″ about his recent woes, and rants lots more about “Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre and CBS, who he says he plans to sue for canceling his show for the remainder of the season. All I have to say is—whoa, dude. That is too much.
After the jump, Charlie on “The Today Show,” for more good-time lunacy. Keep reading »
Perfume that smells like a pricey hooker with notes of blood and semen? Okay, sure. Diet Coke cans used as hair rollers? Kind of genius, actually! Prosthetic facial horns? Um, freaking me out a little, but they’ll never permeate the masses. But bangs dyed a completely different color from the rest of one’s hair? This concerns me, as it’s just normal enough that regular folks could see Lady Gaga‘s latest hairstyle as something worth trying themselves. It’s kind of in the ombre/dip-dye family, only more skunk-like. Let’s make a promise to leave this one to Gaga, okay? Keep reading »