Jessica Stam goes granny chic in green for POP Magazine. Keep reading »
Miss America loves inviting random people to judge over their annual
grossfest pageant. But the judging panel for the 2010 pageant will include perhaps the most random person ever—Rush Limbaugh. Yes, the king of conservative talk radio. Because it won’t be creepy at all to have a 58-year-old dude gawking at and then giving scores to early twenty-somethings in bathing suits? The Miss America Organization is excited to have Rush as a judge. “We know that the 2010 Miss America Pageant will be filled with new twists and exciting opportunities with him as one of our national judges,” says the organization’s president. Perhaps they’re trying to make up for the snafu that occurred when ultra-liberal (and also kind of repulsive) Perez Hilton asked Carrie Prejean a question about gay marriage? Will Rush be fielding questions about prescription pill abuse? Guess we’ll have to tune in to TLC on Jan. 30 to find out. [AOL] Keep reading »
I’ve seen a lot of really moronic Halloween costumes in my day, but this “eco-friendly” Go Green Girl Costume takes the cake. If global warming eliminates getups like this one, I’m all for it. [Jezebel] Keep reading »
A few days ago, I became convinced that Mr. C had gone on a date with another woman and lied to cover it up. The evidence:
- The morning of the incident, he had logged in to OK Cupid. It had previously been almost two weeks since he had.
- He kept changing our plans, sort of suspiciously. At first, we were to get a drink post-work, around 7:30. Then, he emailed to say that he was suddenly going to have dinner at his friend’s house, which is pretty much in the suburbs. He’d call me between 7 and 8 to set up something for later, around 9:30. Hmm … seemed unlikely to me that he’d make a 9:30 p.m. date back in the center of Paris.
- He didn’t call until 11 p.m. And he always, always calls when he says he will. And, he left his message in English. He always leaves voicemails in French. This one felt off and his excuses seemed rushed and disconnected.
- The next morning, he sent me an email apologizing, explaining what happened. He got very caught up in a game of Scrabble and had lost track of the time. His description of the Scrabble game just seemed a bit too detailed and contrived.
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When it comes to wristwear this season, style blog The Cut advises to:
Buy in volume, embrace the mismatch, and stop when you hit the elbow. Short of that, bracelets, wristlets, and bangles can’t get too stacked or wildly styled right now.
In short, when in doubt, add another bracelet — it’s a quick and easy way to chic up an outfit. Keep reading »
Yesterday was the Marriage Equality March in Washington, D.C. as gay rights activists came out in droves to demand the right to get legally married in the United States. Many celebs were on hand, including Lady Gaga, who gave the speech above. Props for the Judy Garland joke, G! [Los Angeles Times
In other gay rights news, at a human rights dinner this weekend, President Obama vowed to end “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” the 16-year-old policy which bans gays from serving in the military if they are openly gay. About. Effing. Time. [Wall Street Journal] Keep reading »