“I would say that none of those people know me at all, and that’s just a judgment. I’m not addicted. If I were addicted, I would have had 10 plastic surgeries.”
— Heidi Montag on “Good Morning America” this morning responding to people who are calling her addicted to plastic surgery. I guess she must have forgotten the ten plastic surgeries she had in one day?! [via People] Keep reading »
Skin-lightening creams might be controversial for their implications on race and beauty, but they’re also seriously dangerous, reports The New York Times. These creams are so strong that many users thin down their skin to a point that it bruises to the touch, exposes capillaries, and causes acne. The culprit? Steroids. (Eek!)
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I’m counting down the days until April 13, 2010, aka the day my new television guilty pleasure “Glee” returns with new episodes. Will Emma and Will finally get it on? What about Rachel and Finn? And what about Quinn and Puck’s love child? As if we weren’t excited enough already, the little gossip birdies are starting to chirp about possible guest stars for next season. Let’s just say that that creator Ryan Murphy has been talking to “How I Met Your Mother” star Neil Patrick Harris and sources say he may be breaking out his jazz shoes for a little song and dance, gleek-style. [EW]
After the jump, some more possible “Glee” guest appearances that we’re stoked about. Keep reading »
I thought I was above caring what labels celebrities wore. Since most of the clothes they’re seen in are way out of my price range, I tend to think, “Oh, that looks cute” or “Ugh, what was she thinking?” and move on. But when a star wears something from a store that I actually shop in, I feel differently — and it’s not always good.
One of my top five favorite places to shop, Madewell, just announced that it’s collaborating with one of my top five favorite stylish celebs, Alexa Chung, on a line of clothes that will hit stores this September. The collection will include “high-waisted pants and jeans, velvet dresses with Peter Pan collars, and a coat based on a vintage children’s one she found that originally came from Harrods,” according to Vogue.com. Keep reading »
If Mo’Nique can’t be bothered to shave her legs on the night she knows she’s going to win a big award, there must be more Hollywood stars with razor-phobia, right? Huffington Post seemingly combed through hundreds of photos of celebs at Golden Globes after-parties, on the hunt for evidence of a trend. Jessica Alba gave them what they wanted! A very very very zoomed-in look at Alba’s pits reveals what looks to be at least a few errant strands of hair! Who’s next?! Jennifer Aniston? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Tom Ford‘s relentless campaign to sex up the world will not be stopped, dammit! [Fashion Gone Rogue] Keep reading »
Writer Sean Macaulay at the Daily Beast calls sweatpants “the universal wardrobe shorthand for sloth and lassitude” in “Our Sweatpants Nightmare.” He says the wearing of sweats in public is a result of young people’s lack of social responsibility and too-casual office dress codes. Well, this is basically how I feel about flannel pajama bottoms in public. Nothing conveys a lack of hygiene and laziness better than walking around in your PJs. While I can agree that sweatpants are inappropriate at the office, religious events, and most affairs, there are some places, I think, where it’s totally appropriate to wear a pair of sweats without looking as if you “gave up.” Read the guidelines for wearing sweats after the jump. Keep reading »
Men do a lot of thinking before sex. Mainly, they think about how to get sex, what to eat in order to have the proper energy for sex, and how to have better sex. Our thinking during sex is much less complex.
During passionate sex, the conscious mind of a man is pretty much obsessed with feeling everything that’s happening, and enjoying the act as much as possible. However, there’s a sort of half-conscious, half-subconscious mind that kicks in, and its main function is to worry about performance.
Our big concern between the sheets is whether on not you’re getting off, because men consider the female orgasm the sort of gold medal of the sexual Olympics. Keep reading »
The 54-year-old mother of “Teen Mom” Farrah Abraham was arrested over the weekend for allegedly choking and hitting Farrah while the two argued over childcare. Debra Danielson is now facing domestic abuse/serious assault charges. The two were arguing when Debra threw an MTV T-shirt that landed “on or near” Farrah’s infant, Sophia. That’s when Farrah went off on her mother, who allegedly retaliated by grabbing her daughter’s throat. When Farrah pushed her mother’s hand away, Debra reportedly struck her on the right side of her mouth and head. The police in Council Bluffs, IA, observed several cuts on the right side of Farrah’s lips. [TMZ, PopEater] Keep reading »