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Love, hate, or admire them. The Frisky is serving up the latest celebrity photos, quotes, gossip, beauty, and style on the celebrities you just can’t get enough of.

Josh Groban Sings Kanye’s Tweets


Josh Groban’s new album Josh Groban’s The Best Tweets Of Kanye West is bound to be an instant classic. Josh’s velvet voice and Kanye’s straight-shooting Tweets are a musical marriage made in social network heaven. “Can we please toast to the motherf**king douchebags …” gives me chills. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

Stephanie Seymour’s Oedipal Oops

Well, this is weird. That’s not Victoria’s Secret model (and Axl Rose ex) Stephanie Seymour frolicking with her boyfriend. That’s her son, who appears to be getting to second base with his mom. Paging Dr. Freud. [Egotastic]
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Quickies: Lindsay Lohan Is In Trouble Again & Zac Efron Possibly Dating Rumer Willis

  • That scuffle Lindsay Lohan had with a Betty Ford Center staff member violated her probation, say California authorities. [PopEater]
  • Speaking of Lindz, is she Samantha Ronson’s new neighbor? [Us Weekly]
  • Former “American Idol” contestant — and current poor man’s Taylor Swift — Kellie Pickler got married! [People]
  • Ooh dang, did LeAnn Rimes celebrate her engagement by getting a boob job? [Us Weekly]

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Lady Gaga Rocks Out With Her Booty Out

This is a sneak peek of a promo photo for Lady Gaga’s new record, Born This Way, due out in May. It’s also a sneak peek of her badonkadonk. Hey-o! [Copyranter] Keep reading »

Gwyneth Paltrow Opens Up About Postpartum Depression

“[After the birth of her son, Moses,] I felt like a zombie. I couldn’t access my heart. I couldn’t access my emotions. I couldn’t connect.It was terrible, it was the exact opposite of what had happened when Apple was born. With her, I was on cloud nine. I couldn’t believe it wasn’t the same. I just thought it meant I was a terrible mother and a terrible person. About four months into it, Chris [Martin of Coldplay, her husband] came to me and said, ‘Something’s wrong. Something’s wrong. ‘I kept saying, ‘No, no, I’m fine.’ But Chris identified it, and that sort of burst the bubble … I thought postpartum depression meant you were sobbing every single day and incapable of looking after a child. But there are different shades of it and depths of it, which is why I think it’s so important for women to talk about it. It was a trying time. I felt like a failure.”

Gwyneth Paltrow opened up to Good Housekeeping about her bout with postpartum depression five years ago. Much like my own experience with depression, Gwynnie wasn’t a sobbing mess every day; instead, it just felt like the color was leeched out of her life. She’s super lucky her partner was able to identify her pain and support her recovery. I, for one, respect that she’s willing to follow in other actresses’ footsteps and talk publicly about it. [CNN] Keep reading »

A Brief History Of Justin Bieber Fan Death Threats

So apparently, tweens today really dig this Justin Bieber fellow. Every time the Bieb is even semi linked to someone of the female persuasion, she gets death threats. Selena Gomez is the latest target for all the collective JB fan hate, since she was recently caught on film kissing Justin after weeks of denying that they were a couple. (When the two were spotted at an IHOP together, she said, “It was pancakes! Who doesn’t like pancakes? We were both performing in the same place so we went and had pancakes together. That’s all it is.”) Some sample threats written to her: “Roses are red, violets are blue, @selenagomez if you break @justinbieber’s heart I’m gonna kill you.” And: “If you are the Girlfriend of Justin I will Kill you I HATE YOU :@ !!!” How poetic.

After the jump, a look back at other women who got Bieber Fever death threats. Keep reading »

Ryan Gosling On The Effect His Movies Have On Couples

“People would come up to me and tell me that they thought ["The Notebook"] was romantic, but one guy told me that he was engaged and [his fiancée] broke up with him after that movie because she said to him, ‘You wouldn’t build a house for me [like the lead character does], would you?’ He was like, ‘Well, no, but I don’t know how.’ She said, ‘But if you knew how?’ He said, ‘No, I wouldn’t. But it doesn’t mean I don’t love you.’ She said, ‘Yeah, it does.’ And she called it off.”

Ryan Gosling on how “The Notebook” is responsible for at least one breakup. Interestingly, Gosling thinks couples should see his new movie, “Blue Valentine,” together, even though it’s, frankly, kind of a bummer. Find out his reasoning for that, after the jump … Keep reading »

Stephen Dorff Gives A Frame-By-Frame Analysis Of His Appearance In A Britney Spears Video


About a month ago, upon discovering an insanely sexy photoshoot of Stephen Dorff in VMan magazine (promoting his new movie “Somewhere”), I wondered, Where the hell has he been? Well, MTV has just reminded me that Dorff co-starred in the 2004 video for Britney Spears‘ “Everytime,” which was her response to Justin Timberlake‘s “Cry Me A River” video. Anyway, good sport Stephen sat down with MTV and did a frame-by-frame analysis of the video. Apparently, it was his idea to jump into the bathtub at the end — shoes and all — to save a suicidal Brit from imminent death. I really think that took the video up a notch, don’t you? [MTV via NY Mag] Keep reading »

Girls Like Justin Bieber Because He’s Handsome, Y’All

“Not trying to be arrogant, but if I walked down the street and a girl saw me, she might take a look back because maybe I’m good-looking, right?”

Justin Bieber on his appeal with tha ladiez in the new issue of Vanity Fair. Whatever, Biebs. I’m 31, I don’t get you and this cover is giving me the pukes. VF is one of those magazines I use mostly for display in my apartment — like, it hides the stack of Us Weekly and Lucky magazines so I can look smart to guests. But this issue won’t exactly have the same effect, will it? Way to defeat the purpose of your magazine, VF! I’m canceling my subscription! [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »

James Franco To Direct Movies Of William Faulkner, Cormac McCarthy Books

Over the years, I have been accused of being an overachiever. But if I am, then James Franco is an over-over-over-over-over-overachiever. Unfulfilled with his life as a successful actor who’s hosting the Academy Awards this year, James is also an artist (working on an exhibit inspired by “Three’s Company”), author (who published Palo Alto, a collection of short stories), and graduate student (who is enrolled in more than five programs across the country, including getting a Ph.D. in English at Yale). And now the dude has set his sights on writing screenplays and directing. And we’re not talking about stoner comedies here. Franco’s first project on the docket is William Faulkner’s stream-of-consciousness masterpiece As I Lay Dying, a book it took me multiple reads and many months discussing in an American Literature class to feel like I’d fully wrapped my head around. Franco is currently in talks to write the script and be behind the camera as the novel is brought to life onscreen.

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