“When I did the shoot it was just me and the photographer. I didn’t think about the whole world seeing me naked. Everyone can see my nunny. My gran was cool and said, ‘If you’ve got it, flaunt it’. But mum and dad weren’t so impressed.”
—Daisy Lowe, i.e. the daughter Gavin Rossdale discovered he had a few years back, talks about how her family reacted to her recent spread (pun intended) in Playboy. A few notes: It shocks me that someone posing nude for the mag wouldn’t process the fact that many, many people would eventually be seeing the images. But that’s not the important part. The real nugget here is that we should all be referring to the vagina as a “nunny.” As in, nuns have them too? Also, sounds like she has a cool grandma. [ONTD]
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The lovely Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill are on the latest cover of New York magazine, talking about their movie “Moneyball” that opens on September 23rd. Brad looked kinda sexy on the cover—sort of a reversion to his “Legends of the Fall” self. However, inside, I was deeply troubled with this image. What the heck is going on with his hair? After the jump, some names for Brad’s new hairstyle. Which we’re sure will catch on as hardcore as The Rachel. Keep reading »
“If people didn’t think there was a small chance I was gay, then I wouldn’t be doing my job very well. I wouldn’t be the front man of a band if that question hadn’t come up at some point … I’m extremely comfortable in my sexuality, so I can think, ‘Oh, that’s a good-looking dude.’ Acknowledging that someone’s attractive and wanting to [sleep with them] are two different things … My brother is gay, and we all knew when he was 2. We really wanted to provide some cushion for him and constantly let him know that it’s okay. A lot of people don’t want their kid to be gay and will fight it all costs. You’ve got to embrace it from the beginning.”
—Adam Levine of Maroon 5 and “The Voice,” talks to Out magazine about having a gay brother and how he thinks it’s part of a frontman’s job to be sexually provocative. I’ve never been an Adam fan, but wow, this quote actually makes me like him. [People] Keep reading »
It’s t-minus three months until “Breaking Dawn” arrives in theaters, and the flick has landed its second Entertainment Weekly cover. I guess the first one sold like hotcakes? For the mag’s fall movie preview, they selected what appears to be a still from the movie, with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart frolicking in a waterfall. And they both look hawt.
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Don’t be fooled by the sheet. Kate Hudson was nine months preggers when she posed for this spread in the September issue of Elle magazine. And as she rolled around, showcasing assorted baubles and jewels, she definitely had impending motherhood on her brain. “[My mom, Goldie Hawn] never hands out unsolicited preachy words of wisdom,” said Kate. “My parents allowed my brother and I to have our freedom and be ourselves and feel confident in our choices and to make mistakes without too much judgment. I hope that I can do as good a job.” [Elle]
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Wow. May we all look like Jane Fonda at age 73. Err, age 73 and a half, as she clarifies in her interview with Harper’s Bazaar. [Harper's Bazaar]
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“[Chris is] a musical genius. It’s like living with Picasso and being like, ‘Should I make a little something-something?’ … Sometimes it’s hard being with someone for a long time. We go through periods that aren’t all rosy. I always say, life is long and you never know what’s going to happen. If, God forbid, we were ever not to be together, I respect him so much as the father of my children. Like, I made such a good choice. He’s such a good dad. You can never be relaxed or smug and think, ‘I’ve got this thing.’ That’s also part of it: keeping yourself on your toes. I’m not going to take this for granted.”
—Gwyneth Paltrow dishes to Elle about starting a fledgling music career, about running her website/newsletter GOOP, and of course about her rock star husband, Chris Martin of Coldplay. Make it reason number 11 we like Gwyneth. She seems to have a really down-to-earth perspective on love and marriage. [PopSugar] Keep reading »
In the world of things we’ve never heard of and didn’t know were possible, Kim Kardashian will be the cover girl for the world’s very first entirely 3D magazine. How can a magazine be three dimensional, you ask? Famed photographer Nick Saglimbeni has created and trademarked the world’s first 3D camera. And naturally, he thought of professional-picture-poser Kim K for his big 3D debut. The magazine, appropriately titled World’s Most Beautiful will be released on August 8th. Can you even stand the suspense?
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Entertainment Weekly readers are starving for “The Hunger Games.” And so this week’s cover features Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson, who will play Gale and Peeta in the flick. Last time we saw Hutcherson, he was a little scrawny in “The Kids Are All Right.” He did hardcore training and put on 15 pounds of muscle in order to look like a guy who’s been carting flour and other supplies his whole life. And while they are rivals on screen, these two guys became fast friends on set. ”I think it’s going to blow people’s minds when they see that Peeta and Gale are actually best friends in real life,” says Hutcherson. [EW]
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Really, Esquire? Someone posting to the magazine’s Twitter feed tweeted a link to an article earlier today which read, “How to get a better blowjob than DSK – we think.” DSK, of course, is Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the International Monetary Fund, who is accused of forcing a hotel maid to perform oral sex on him. Wouldn’t any blowjob that doesn’t involve forcing yourself on someone be a “better blowjob”? Does that mean this is an article about how not to sexually assault someone? Your readers need that?
This tweet has since been deleted from Esquire‘s Twitter feed, but was screengrabbed by Jezebel blogger Irin Carmon. Esquire followed up with a tweet which reads, “Sometimes our sense of humor doesn’t come out the way we intend. Sorry if an earlier tweet offended anyone.” I’m hoping the initial tweet came from a social media intern who didn’t know any better and is getting their wrist slapped right about now. [Yfrog.com/IrinCarmon] Keep reading »