I’m too young to remember Angelina in the age of Billy Bob [Sigh. -- Editor], but of course I’ve heard the legends: the tattoos, the tumultuous relationship, the blood vial necklaces. As if anyone needs to be reminded, before Angelina was an altruistic philanthropist, she was the baddest of bad girls, and Billy Bob Thornton only served to stoke her fire. They divorced in 2002, and while Angelina never mentions her ex to the press, he’s vocal about the fact that he still loves and respects his former love. Interesting it is, then, that Billy Bob has reached out to co-write a film, entitled “And Then We Drove,” that will be something of an interpretation of his relationship with Jolie. The film is set to be an “ethereal” story of a man on a road trip who picks up a “wild woman” and takes her along on his journey. I’m not too worried: Angelina was notoriously wanton, but it seems to me like Billy Bob reveres his ex-wife and would do little to incite her. Angelina was more public with her life and struggles during that time, so I don’t think there’s much we don’t know already know about her past… or is there? Guess we’ll just have to wait and see. [NYMag.com]
Happy Valentine’s Day! Because we heart you so much, this is our gift to you. Help us caption this photo, which defies all the laws of physics. I think the girl in the center has just had her brain eaten by a zombie, whereas Amelia thinks she just vomited in her wine glass. But Julie would beg to differ with us both. She doesn’t think there is brain or vomit in her wine glass, she believes it’s shrimp cocktail. Will we ever know the truth about this ladies night out? Also, the heart. WHAT!? Bring on the captions!
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Last season, “Celebrity Apprentice” was highly, highly entertaining. We met Gary Busey’s penis, Big Wednesday, suffered through Nene’s blow out with Star Jones and hid under our couches during Meatloaf’s fit of rage. Naturally, my expectations are above and beyond for the latest batch of “Apprentice” hopefuls (read as: random group of C and D-listers who are hungry for screen time). I’ve gotta say, I’m excited to see how Debbie, sorry, Deborah Gibson, does in a corporate environment. And I’m looking forward to seeing Dee Snider in a suit. I’ll admit it, I wasted most of my lunch break predicting the order in which this season’s contestants will be fired by Trump. It’s OK, I can eat at my desk again. My predictions are above. Click here to make your own “Celebrity Apprentice” predictions before the premiere this Sunday, February 19th. It’s about to get real in the board room, people. [Celebuzz] Keep reading »
Fans of “Grey’s Anatomy” have long been captivated with the pixie-voiced Anya Marina, whose song “Miss Halfway” wowed everyone on the show’s very first soundtrack. In the past seven years, Anya’s relatable lyrics have been featured everyone from “Twilight: New Moon” to “The Real World” to “How I Met Your Mother.” Oh, and if you’re haven’t heard her cover of rapper T.I.’s song “Whatever You Like,” you’re seriously missing out.
Anya Marina’s next album comes out on March 13 and The Frisky has a 24-hour exclusive on her single “Notice Me” before it hits iTunes. So give it a listen after the jump and check out our Frisky Q&A with Anya Marina, which she was kind enough to do via email while she’s on tour!
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Fresh off his double nomination at the Grammy Awards, Wiz Khalifa stars in this cool new video from Bing. Check out his inspiring musical journey…
There were some memorable moments last night on the Grammys. Adele’s flawless face and voice put me in a trance. LL Cool J had me drooling — I swear that man doesn’t age. And who is that hot guy from The Civil Wars? He looked like the love child of Johhny Depp and Jack White. Great performance! I must say, though, that the two minutes that made me the happiest involved animated pigs, Coldplay, Willie Nelson and Chipotle. I’m not going to pretend like I totally “got” the Chipotle commercial featuring Willie Nelson covering Coldplay’s “The Scientist.” It was just a wonderful conglomeration of things I enjoy put together in the most oddly delightful way. I will never to be able to eat another burrito bowl without thinking of it.