Oh, happy day! “Bridesmaids” — you know, the number one female-centric comedy ever — is out on DVD and Blu-Ray today. In honor of the film, we’re thinking about what makes for the perfect girls’ night in. Here are 10 essential elements — and remember … no boys allowed! Keep reading »
Well what do we have here? The radiant Michelle Williams channeling equal parts Audrey Hepburn and Edie Sedgwick on the cover of Hobo Magazine. Could she be any more gorgeous? [ONTD] Keep reading »
A purse is far more than a simple accessory. It is a practical carrying case, a way to express your sense of style, something to play with during awkward moments, and even a weapon in times of trouble. In fact, if I were going to write a post called How To Choose The Perfect Man, it would probably be half this long because that subject is not nearly as important. The thing about a purse is that you carry it every day, so it has to be comfortable, versatile, aesthetically pleasing, and good quality enough to endure rough commutes, chronic overstuffing, and harrowing public bathroom trips. Shopping for the right handbag can be a daunting task. Here are the most important variable to consider when you’re in the market for a new purse… Keep reading »
“I just want them to strive for something greater than entertainment. I’m one of those believers in teachers, professors, heart surgeons. That’s what I’m rooting for. If I could get a scientist, that’d be amazing.”
—Nick Cannon tells People that he hopes Morrocan and Monroe, his babies with wife Mariah Carey, will find their way to other careers outside the entertainment industry. Wow, Nick sounds so down-to-earth saying this. I wonder if Mariah agrees?
After the jump, Nick almost makes me swoon with some words about his wife. Keep reading »
Courteney Cox and David Arquette may have separated, but they sure seem to spend a lot of time together. Apparently, they are in the midst of creating a show together via their joint company, Coquette Productions. The show is called “10 Years” and is a sitcom that will explore “the ups and downs of relationships across a group of friends, spanning 10 years.” And two of the characters on the show will be loosely based on Courteney and David, who for the record were married for 11 years. Courteney would be a producer on the series while David could potentially star in it, too. Sure, this seems like a hard project for exes to do together—inevitably it will mean poking a bit of fun at each other, and being brutally honest about the negatives in their relationship—but I kind of like that these two would sign on for that undertaking together. What do you think? Would you watch this show? [TV Line] Keep reading »