“Is that Shane Lopes? You were the most popular kid in my class! But you never wanted to date me, it was always Amanda Wayne. Oh yeah, you really chose right, honey. What’s up. What’s up now, player? I’m going to dedicate this next one to Shane Lopes everyone.”
—Katy Perry, after spotting her high school crush in the audience when she played a show at her high school this week. I guess it’s true that none of us every really get over high school. [Radar] Keep reading »
“There is some lighting where I absolutely resemble Shamu. People have to know that you pick the best pictures where the lighting is beautiful and the angles are right and the body positions are gorgeous. And then, guess what, you turn, sit, hit the wrong light, and your belly flaps over and we all look human again.”
— Drew Barrymore explains the magic of editorial photography in Harper’s Bazaar. Hm, well, I’m not sure I think lighting and body positioning are the only explanation for this particular cover photo, do you? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
As expected, here’s porn star and “Entourage” guest star Sasha Grey on the cover of Playboy. It’s not bad, we think, although it is a little, er, strange that she’s the cover girl for the magazine’s college issue. Or is it? [The Hollywood Gossip] Keep reading »
Before their financial troubles were fodder for the tabloids, young couple Teresa and Joe Giudice were merely bankrupt in the style department. Check out the two of them back in 1984! Teresa’s hair! Joe‘s hair! Those outfits! Joe’s porno ‘stache! There is just too much awesomeness in this photo for me to deal with. [via Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Starring in a movie with your ex and possibly current boyfriend has some interesting consequences. One of them—that you’re asked about your relationship so many freaking times that you run out of words to describe it. So we are happy to see Drew Barrymore getting so creative with her slang in describing Justin Long while she promotes “Going the Distance.” Here’s her most recent quote about him in the new Harper’s Bazaar: “I couldn’t love, respect, admire and enjoy that individual more than I do. It would be physically impossible for me to have any more giggly joy at this person… He’s the cat’s pajamas.” In Drew’s honor, can we bring back the phrase “cat’s pajamas”? I think that’s cute. [via People] Keep reading »
Sometimes nature calls and there’s no bathroom in sight. In that instance, we have no choice but to drop trou and do the did. We don’t think that was the case for Emile Hirsch who was caught pissing into a plant outside of Bootsy Bellows nightclub in West Hollywood on Tuesday night. He seems more surprised than he should be considering he chose to pee in public and he’s a celebrity. You live and you learn.
Emile is hardly the first celeb to have a public urination incident. We’ve rounded up a few more who are infamous for peeing in public. [E! Online]
“My relationship with Dean was great, but ultimately it wasn’t a fulfilling marriage for either of us. We got married so young: I was 19 and he was 21, so as we got older, we grew apart. I understand why people are disappointed in me, especially since I grew up as America’s sweetheart. I think any relationship is hard to get out of, and I don’t think the way I did it was right. I truly believe there are lessons in it for me to learn. Cultivating strength from rough situations is the most important thing. After going through this, I know I can face anything.”
– LeAnn Rimes explains why she cheated on her husband with co-star (and current boyfriend) Eddie Cibrian in the new issue of Shape [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
It would be easy to hate Bryan Batt.
He breathes the same air as Jon Hamm, playing the closeted gay art director Salvatore Romano on “Mad Men.” He counts Christina Hendricks and Jane Krakowski from “30 Rock” among his besties. And you wouldn’t know it from “Mad Men,” but this Louisiana native has the dreamiest thick Southern accent.
But how could you hate someone who is just so darn nice? Bryan profusely apologized for playing phone tag with me because he was busy taking care of his elderly mom (aww!) and then generously chatted from the back room of the home furnishings store, Hazelnut, he owns in uptown New Orleans with his partner of 20+ years, Tom Cianichi. Can you say “down-to-earth”?
After the jump, find out if Bryan thinks Sal will ever return to “Mad Men,” what it was like playing Lumiere the candlestick on Broadway’s “Beauty & The Beast,” and how he felt seeing Jon Hamm’s handsome mug for the first time. (Answer: amazing.) Keep reading »