10 Celebs Who Give PETA The Middle Finger

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Singer Kelis likes to stir up trouble almost as much as she likes milkshakes. Her latest target is PETA, which she lovingly accuses of being “the death of fashion.” Earlier this week, PETA finger-wagged at Kelis when she was photographed decked out from head to toe in furry creatures. Naturally, Kelis felt it necessary to write a rebuttal on MySpace. (Does anyone still use MySpace?) In her super-long rant, Kelis outted herself as far more than a fur supporter; apparently she’s also a crazy animal Terminator and promotes a rodent Holocaust. Of chinchilla and mink she said, “Quite honestly [they] are rodents, and if it weren’t in the form of a coat, I would demand they be put to death anyway.” A little bit scary, no? She also admitted to her desire to eat her prey before she wears it. She says, “[I] would eat pterodactyl if you found some and told me it was meaty and delicious.” Too bad dinosaurs are extinct. [PopEater]

But Kelis is not the only celeb that loves her fur. After the jump, some more celebs that have no problem giving PETA the middle finger.

Quotable: Crystal Renn Says The Fashion Industry Is Full Of Outsiders

“I’ve always felt, in some ways, like an outsider. But that is the fashion industry. You know how that is. The creative one at the school, the outsider, the goth or the gay guy — whatever it is, they always get made fun of. I feel like they all got together and moved to New York City and made the fashion industry. And here I am. I feel right at home, very much accepted and very happy.”

— Plus-size model Crystal Renn tells V Magazine, in its “curvy issue,” she now feels at home in the industry she says once drove her to live on Diet Coke and sugar-free Jello-O to stay thin. [via Huffington Post] Keep reading »

Quickies: Dennis Hopper Is Dying And Divorcing, Michelle Obama Changes Hair

  • Dennis Hopper, who is reportedly on his death bed, has filed for divorce from his wife of 14 years to allegedly get her off his will. [The Huffington Post]
  • Liv Tyler owes Bruce Willis a huge “thank you” for hooking her up with her new love interest, Charlie Hunnam. [Starpulse]
  • Drivers in Moscow were treated to two minutes of porn on video billboard. [MSNBC]

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Get Your Hands Off

Forever 21 goes avant-garde with their new skirt offering, which gives a new meaning to the phrase “hands-on attention.” We’re not really sure how we feel about it though. [Forever 21] Keep reading »

Today’s Lady News: $2 Cervical Cancer Test Could Cut Deaths By 100K

  • British scientists say a $2 cervical cancer test could help prevent up to 100,000 deaths a year by women in developing countries. Cervical cancer is the #1 cause of death of women in the developing world and 85 percent of cervical cancer deaths worldwide occur there. [Reuters]
  • For the first time ever, tomorrow ESPN will show women’s basketball in a marquee “College Game Day,” along with the male teams. “Look how society tends to embrace things men do,” said UConn basketball player Tina Charles. “By now, [men's basketball players] are used to this. It’s nothing new for them. But I feel this will be a turnaround [day] for women’s basketball. Finally, we’re being acknowledged for the things we do. There will be a lot of little girls watching us.” The one-hour game day telecast will showcase some of the best players on the UCONN team. [Hartford Courant]

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Gift For Gab: Your Best Comments For The Week Of January 15th 2010

We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You crack us up! Each week we’re going to shout out our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet. And you can get in on the action too. Tell us your favorite comments of the week below. Keep reading »

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You Can Help Haiti By Buying Perfume—But Should You?

Perfume maker Bond No. 9 has just announced that when you buy their “Scent of Peace” perfume, 10 percent of the proceeds will go towards relief efforts in Haiti (purchases in the next 30 days). Naturally, Bond isn’t the first company to offer charitable donations with product purchases, but this brings up an interesting point—is it honorable of brands to do this? As a shopper, does it feel ethical to be prompted to buy a perfume for a good cause? Or do you think you (or companies) should give your money directly to charities? [Fashion Tribes] Keep reading »

The Boob Tube: Hot Weekend TV For January 16-17th 2010


  • “One Tree Hill” on CW at 9:00 a.m.
  • “Billy the Kid” on Turner Classic Movies at 10:00 a.m.
  • “The Closer” on TNT at 11:00 a.m.

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Shocker: How Much Crème De La Mer Actually Costs

For years now, Crème de la Mer has reigned supreme as the most desirable skin cream on the market. Women claim that once you’ve used the moisturizer, you’re hooked for life. The only negative aspect would be its price, since a 250 ml tub will hurt your wallet by about $860.41. Expensive but apparently worth it. You’d be shocked to find out that the mark-up on this beauty product is astronomical. Read on and prepare yourself for a surprise … Keep reading »

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