Quick Pic: Lindsay Lohan Is Still In Charge

Even though Star claims she’s the docile one in this relationship. Also, cute outfit. [Los Angeles, 7/2/08] Keep reading »

Crave: Heart Pocket T

You know, pocket T’s have really been kind of out of style for a while now, and I am not sure why. That pocket totally serves a useful purpose, like storing cash when you don’t want to bring your wallet to buy lunch. Anyway, this shirt from Urban Outfitters is super cute and also comes in other colors with an anchor or a peace dove on the pocket. But we like the heart, obviously. [$28, UrbanOutfitters.com] Keep reading »

The Daily Hotness: Hunter Parrish

Hunter Parrish, who plays Silas Botwin on Weeds, will be taking on one of the lead roles in Spring Awakening on Broadway. Playing the role of Melchior, Hunter will get almost naked and simulate sex on stage, in addition to singing, of course. We can’t wait. [Queerty] Keep reading »

Song Of The Day: Marion Cotillard’s “The Strong Ones”

Oscar winner Marion Cotillard lip-synced for her role as singer Edith Piaf in La Vie En Rose, but she actually sings. She and a bunch of other artists recorded songs for Cartier, and if you’re willing to give them some info about yourself, you can download this song and others (by Phoenix, Grand National, Lou Reed, and more) by going to Cartier’s website.
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Sex On TV: Belle Du Jour Double Books

On Monday night’s third episode of Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Belle had an overnight job with a client — who only seemed to want to sleep. Bored out of her mind, Belle went downstairs to get a drink and meets another man who wants to hire her straight away. This is clearly the call girl’s version of when you have Friday night plans with that guy you’ve been seeing, but then that hot guy from work asks if you want to hang out and you agree to both without really considering the logistics. In the clip above, Belle explains the three rules of conversation with a client, which also totally apply to first dates as well. [Showtime: Secret Diary Of A Call Girl] Keep reading »

Cleaning: For Women Only

I’m a young woman who enjoys the typical girly things, like makeup, clothes and nail polish. But I can’t for the life of me figure out why I’m inundated with cleaning product commercials whenever I’m watching “girly programming,” like “What Not to Wear” or “Tori and Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood.” In the late ’90s and earlier this century, it seemed ad men—and women—finally realized they were neglecting a major segment of the population that might actually want to clean up a spill or, you know, disinfect something, so commercials were changed accordingly. But now, this spic-and-span equal treatment has gone out the window. Keep reading »

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