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Winning! Courtney’s Guide To Being A Villain On “The Bachelor”

This season of The Bachelor has truly belonged to 28-year-old model Courtney Robertson, who’ll be battling it out with Lindzi Cox for Ben’s final rose next week. Courtney has been in the spotlight since day one, whether she was skinny-dipping with Ben, surprising him with a practice wedding on a date, or just making snide comments about her fellow contestants. And while it seems like these kind of catty and manipulating antics would have gotten her booted, Ben seems to be smitten. And most of you think Courtney will be the winner — especially with those recent photos of her trying on wedding dresses! So if you, too, have dreams of stardom onThe Bachelor, here are the best worst quotes from the season’s most-hated contestant, Courtney. Read more…

Tim Tebow As “The Bachelor”? We Only Wish This Was A Joke!

Reality television is more or less synonymous with “dumb ideas.” But we may have the dumbest yet: Tim Tebow as … wait for it … “The Bachelor”! First one to shout out what’s wrong with this picture wins a prize!

Did you yell Tim Tebow’s a good Christian boy? You win a pat on your back (sorry, you’ll have to give it to yourself, I’m too busy rubbing my forehead in agony over this whole concept)! Hey … it’s better than a date with Ben Flajnik, isn’t it? Gah! Read more…

Hot Links: Lots Of “Bachelor”-Inspired Dating Tips

  • Here are 11 valuable dating tips gathered from watching “The Bachelor.” [Tres Sugar]
  • And on the flipside, here are seven dating tips from Bachelor Ben Flajnik himself! [Ask Men]
  • Apparently, some people actually ask plus-size model Robyn Lawley if she “overeats” or is “fed better” at photoshoots in order to stay a “larger size.” Turns out — shocker! — she just eats like a normal person. [NYMag.com]
  • See what Mila Kunis has to say about ex Macauley Culkin and plastic surgery in the new issue of Harper’s Bazaar. [theBERRY] Keep reading »

Stop Asking Elisabeth Moss If Don And Peggy Are Going To Sleep Together On “Mad Men”

Peggy And Don
Jon Hamm on Peggy Olsen's friendship with her boss. Read More »
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Peggy Olsen and Don Draper photo

Elisabeth Moss: People are constantly asking if [Don Draper and Peggy Olsen are] gonna sleep together. I always get annoyed, because their relationship is more than that. And to keep that going over five years without selling out and having something else happen — that to me is really interesting and rarely done well.

Jon Hamm: People want to put us in a “Sam and Diane” box, but it’s about their mutual appreciation for the work. That’s where the material strikes its resonant chord, when it’s ostensibly about one thing and then it becomes about so much more. That’s the fun thing about Don and Peggy, and that’s the deeper thing about “Mad Men.”

If you thought this was the season that Don and Peggy were finally going to get together on “Mad Men,” you were wrong (again). Which is how it should be. [NYmag.com Vulture]

Sneak Peek: “Bachelor” Rejects Confront Courtney & Ben

Courtney Pulls A Carrie
Courtney Robertson's wedding vows sounded awfully familiar. Watch »
Courtney's Commercial
"Bachelor" contestant Courtney in a Caesars Palace commercial. Watch »
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Hooray! Tonight is my favorite episode of every “Bachelor” season — “The Women Tell All” aka “The Women Confront Each Other Over The Ways They Feel They Were Insulted”! I am mostly excited to see how Courtney handles what is sure to be an onslaught of hate from her fellow bachelorettes — after all, she basically trash talked them all season. The most interesting thing to me about this preview, however, is when rejected bachelorette Jamie tells Ben she’s still interested in him and that he should get in touch if things don’t work out with his eventual pick; Ben’s energy and body language suggest that things have already gone south with his “fiancee.” Hmm… 

My Carnival: Blue Body Paint, Blood Poisoning & Beenie Man

Post-Vacay Manners
How to not be a jerk about your awesome vacation. Read More »
Cute Passport Covers
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13 cute passport covers from the crafters on Etsy. Read More »
Traveling Alone
Why one woman prefers to travel the world -- solo. Read More »

Every year, my sister and I go to Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago. For years I have tried to to explain the concept of “carnival” to my American friends. I’m slowly understanding that the idea is ridiculously foreign: replace cotton candy for endless top-shelf liquor, Ferris wheels for huge trucks blasting music throughout the entire city and lame whack-a-mole games for half-naked women and men “wining” on one another in elaborate beaded/feathered costumes. It just seems absurd for those used to a traditional American-styled carnival and, when I sit back and think about it, thousands of people parading and dancing through the streets does seem a little crazy. But that is precisely what makes me return annually: I know that I’m getting into something so ridiculously unconventional that anything can happen. Keep reading »

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