On Tuesday night, Katie Couric sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to talk about where she’s going from here. She discussed her new talk show but also said that she has a new reality series in the works. “I’m particularly excited about that. That’s what clinched the deal for me,” she said. “Because, you know, I thought people really deserved an inside look at my life because it’s so fascinating,” Cut to a promo of “Kate Plus 80.” “Okay you little monsters, dinner time,” Katie yells into a bullhorn, before slingshotting pasta and spaghetti sauce all over a big group of kids. “You get what you get and you don’t get upset.” Who knew she had good comedic timing?
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Traditional batik fabric patterns originated out of southeast Asia, and were typically done with a painstaking wax-resistant technique. Nowadays, designers merely replicate the look of batik, without all the messy wax, to create looks that are exotic and easygoing. We’ve selected several batik-inspired looks that give you that batik-ular flavor. Keep clicking to check ‘em out !
“It’s so funny how different life could have been. I went to so many auditions. I remember my audition for ‘Heroes.’ I went in right after Hayden Panettiere … I mean, I haven’t been around very long. I can’t expect everyone to have seen ‘The House Bunny.’ Oh God. I am having such waves of internal embarrassment, which now I’m admitting on a tape recorder. This is so one of the things I should keep in my head.”
—Emma Stone looks yowza in yellow on the cover of Elle and, inside, talks about her quick rise to fame over the last few years. How fascinating that she could have been Claire on “Heroes.” Basically, I just love that Emma hasn’t let her status as an It Girl go to her head. [PopEater] Keep reading »
Is it almost the year 2030? I certainly hope so, because I plan to be traveling a lot that year. The hotel chain Travelodge has published a study about what we can expect our hotel sleep accommodations to be like in the future. Here’s what we have to look forward to according to engineer Ian Pearson:
We will be able to replay our favorite dream from a menu just like choosing a movie. Also, we will be able to link into dreams with our partner or family and friends and enjoy a shared dream experience. Remote virtual love making would allow individuals to ‘connect with their partner’ while away from home, although lenses could be worn to adjust how their partner looks.
What? I mean, wow! It’s so very “Inception”-esque. And virtual lovemaking sounds so, well, convenient! If this stuff really comes true, there are some wonderful business trips in my future. Does Travelodge take reservations for 2030? [Telegraph] Keep reading »