Christina Aguilera‘s latest album, Bionic, may not be selling, but that’s not stopping the songstress’s record label from churning out another music video. “You Lost Me” follows on the heels of “Not Myself Tonight,” the latter being a raunch-fest featuring Aguilera with a ball gag in her mouth. For the new video, she’s got pink-ish hair, baggy clothes, and the vibe is more “Beautiful” than “Dirrty.” It’s a breakup song, mostly, seemingly about a man who cheated. I’m not sure what this slow jam will do for her album sales, but at least she’s not prancing around in her underpants. Right? Keep reading »
Hands down, the best thing about working at The Frisky is our amazing readers. We so heart all of your witty, thoughtful, and informative comments—heck, we even appreciate the mean ones. Sometimes, we can’t help but wonder about the faces behind avatars. We decided to launch a weekly column where we learn all about a Frisky reader. After the jump, meet I Go To 11, one of our most prolific commenters. Keep reading »
I cannot, cannot wait to see James Franco in “Howl.” He actually makes Beat poet Allen Ginsberg kinda hot, instead of hairy and creepy. It gives the famous lines from Ginsberg’s iconic poem, also named “Howl,” a whole new meaning: I saw the best minds of my generation, starving, hysterical, naked …
Oh, did I mention JON HAMM IS IN THIS MOVIE, TOO?! Yes, he is, looking all hot as a lawyer battling obscenity charges. You win, casting department! Unforch, we have to wait until “Howl” debuts September 24. Keep reading »
Surprise! Another loser from “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Danielle Staub’s past has turned on her. Ex-con Danny Aguilar, a friend and, uh, partner-in-crime of Danielle’s from the ’80s, demanded that Danielle pay him $100,000 this past weekend. Why? Because he thinks she owes him. Big time. Keep reading »
So I know that, by virtue of being female, I am supposed to love “Grease.” But to be honest, I’ve just never gotten that into it. Something about the message, “If you want the guy … change yourself and wear more pleather,” just never sat that well with me. So I’m wondering why “Grease” is having such a revival at the moment. Last week, Paramount Pictures re-released the flick as “Grease: The Sing-A-Long” in five cities in the U.S. Residents of other cities can go online and vote to get the movie in their area, too. And that’s not all. 505 Games is making “Grease: The Video Game,” which will be available for Wii and Ninetendo DS on August 24. As the press release reads, it’s “loaded with mini-games that let players sing the movie’s iconic songs, dance the hand jive hop, race down Thunder Road, fight for Sandy’s affections and have fun at the fair with Frenchy, Kenickie, Rizzo and the rest of the Greasers.” See a preview for the game after the jump.
So what do you think? Is “Grease” the one that you want, or does this news give you chills that are multiplying in a bad way? Keep reading »
The August 2010 issues of women’s magazines are on newsstands now. So which of these suckers will make for the best plane ride and/or lazy afternoon in the park? After the jump, we’ve rounded up the highlights from each magazine so you can see which is worth your $3.99. Keep reading »
Ah, the days before reality television took over. No offense to all you “Bachelorette” fans out there, but I’m partial to shows of the past. I’m sick of “Real Housewives” drama and “Kate Plus 8″ just makes me roll my eyes. Give me my old shows back! Let’s backtrack a decade or two and reminisce about the shows of our childhood we wish we still had. Keep reading »
People on reality shows of yore have eaten bugs, had catfights over men, and stabbed each other in the back for a chance to work for The Donald.
And now, they beat their girlfriends.
“Abusers” is will be an intervention-style reality show that depicts real-life cases of domestic violence and offers counseling and support for both the abuser and the victim. The show — which appears to be in the proposal stage, as there is no mention of a network having picked it up — will be produced by Albert Harris, Jr., a former aide to ex-New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey. The creative team will include Ashley and Josh from “The Real World: D.C.,” who both experienced domestic violence in their homes. Abusers and victims who participate on “Abusers” will be given free online degree programs through the University of Phoenix.
This could work for TV. It just has to be more “PBS” than “Bravo,” you know what I mean? Keep reading »