“I’ll be honest: [Justin] has better taste than I do … When I walk out of the closet after getting dressed in the morning, I’ll go like this [turns palms upward as if to say, 'Well?'] And he goes like this [shakes his head no]. Then he picks again. It’s hilarious.”
–Oh yes, Jessica Biel, it sounds totally hilarious. A laugh riot. Ugh, you guys are so boring. [People] Keep reading »
Beyonce is super stoked for newly out R&B singer Frank Ocean, and to show her support, she did what only Bey-Bey could: She posted a poem for Ocean on her website. The rather repetitive verse encourages Ocean to be himself and be an inspiration. Would we expect anything less from Beyonce, really?
After the jump, seven more soulful celebrity poets (including Charlie Sheen — yes, really).
On last night’s Jimmy Fallon, openly gay R&B singer Frank Ocean offered up his debut television performance. Ocean chose to sing the song “Bad Religion,” off his new album Channel Orange, a moving song about loving someone who can’t love you back. In it, he intones:
This unrequited love
To me it’s nothing but
A one-man cult
And cyanide in my styrofoam cup
I could never make him love me
Never make him love me
Ocean’s vocals, and his message, are heartbreaking and powerful. And definitely worth a listen.
The quickie divorce settlement between Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes outlines in great detail and for years to come how they can behave around daughter Suri, reports TMZ. Among the available details:
- Katie basically gets primary physical custody, but Tom will have a lot of custodial time with Suri. Read more…
Over the weekend, Rachel McAdams was caught by paps sporting a ridiculously well-developed baby bump. No, she’s not really preggers (that we know of), but she’s playing a preggo lady for her new movie, “About Time.” And boy does she look uncomfy.
McAdams is hardly the first actress to sport a fake pregnancy for a movie. After the jump, some of the best and worst fake movie bumps.