Morning Quickies: Ashton Kutcher Might Be In Double Trouble

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 5, 2011

Ashton Kutcher cheated with not one, but two women in his naked hot tub romp at a San Diego hotel, US Weekly claims. A woman named Sara Leal has been identified as one of his alleged hookups, but the other woman’s identity is still unknown. A source claims Kutcher was out partying with Danny… More »


Is ABC Assembling A Male Version Of “The View”?

What happens when you put together style guru Tim Gunn with super trainer Harley Pasternak and carpenter extraordinaire Ty Pennington? Why, it sure sounds like ABC is creating a male version of “The View” with their new show, “The Revolution,” which will star these three guys as co-hosts. As the network explains in a recent… More »


7 Celebs Who’ve Used The Word “Rape” Insensitively

I, predictably, love Johnny Depp. But I am not really feeling his casual way with words in the November issue of Vanity Fair. Apparently, in an interview with Nick Tosches, Johnny seeks to show the extent to which he dislikes photo shoots. “Well, you just feel like you’re being raped somehow. Raped … It feel… More »


Why Not? Dresses Made Out of Fake Nails

By: Julie Gerstein / October 5, 2011

Sometimes you’re like, “Oh dang, I’m so over wearing cotton and silk and such. Why can’t someone just up the ante a bit?” And then designer Charlie Le Mindu goes and makes a ton of garments out of frickin’ Minx fake nails. Like, thousands of them! Oh hello! We like! We like so much! (Though… More »


Ryan Gosling Thinks He Is “Pretty Weird Looking” Which Makes Him Humble And Therefore Even Sexier

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / October 5, 2011

“I’m not that good looking. I think I’m a pretty weird-looking guy. Every role I got up until ‘The Notebook’ [in 2004] was the weirdo, freak, psychopath, nerd, outsider character guy. I think things have changed.”
Ryan Gosling is not nearly as convinced of the legitimacy of his dreamboat status as the rest… More »


11 (Alleged) Celebrity Thieves

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 5, 2011

You might think a world-famous filmmaker and author would be above petty crime. But you would be wrong! Miranda July, the twee mind behind the film “You And Me And Everyone We Know,” has confessed in this week’s issue of The New Yorker to a sordid history of shoplifting. Her first time stealing was during… More »