10 Famous Emotional Eaters

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I think it may be time to stop picking on Christina Aguilera. The poor girl is going through a divorce, she fumbled the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, stumbled at the Grammys, was arrested for public intoxication, and subsequently gained a pound or 15. I think she still looks perfectly acceptable (well, not in her mug shot), but Star magazine reports that she is “numbing herself with booze and food … devour[ing] pizza, french fries, and other fattening foods.” Geez. I’m not sure I blame her. Nothing takes the pain away as fast as an order of french fries and a bottle of wine aka EMOTIONAL EATING. Some of us, ahem, can relate to that problem. It’s hard not to turn to Ben & Jerry for comfort during rough patches. I hope she can step away from the pizza if she so desires. After the jump, some more famous emotional eaters who kicked the habit. [Celebitchy]

Quickies: Happy Birthday Jon Hamm & Britney Spears’ Law School Dreams

  • Happy 40th birthday, Jon Hamm! The Frisky staff can totally help with any birthday spankings or jump out of a cake, if you’d like. Anything you want, really. Just say the word! [Celebuzz]
  • Justin Bieber was trapped in a Liverpool hotel today by a mob of screaming girls in a “possible riot situation.” Maybe they’re mad about the haircut? [TMZ]
  • Porn purveyors Vivid Entertainment have offered Charlie Sheen the director’s chair for a porn based on “Two and a Half Men” called, duh, “Two and a Half Women.” Something tells me this fella has already “directed” enough of his own porn flicks at home. [Metro UK]
  • Tina Fey’s five-year-old daughter thinks “daddy’s funnier” than mommy. Blasphemy. [PopEater]

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Today’s Lady News: Planned Parenthood, Anti-Abortion Extremists On Rival Bus Tours

  • Planned Parenthood, the network of women’s health clinics, and Live Action, an anti-abortion extremist group that wants to defund PP, are currently undergoing rival bus tours in Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Iowa. If anyone attended one of the events, let us know what it was like in the comments. [Talking Points Memo]
  • A Saudi prince said that the ban on women driving should be abolished. However, he seemed to be suggesting women be allowed to drive so that Saudi Arabia could make 750,000 foreign male drivers “go home.” [Reuters]
  • A Pakistani lawmaker suggested that women “mentally torture” men and got yelled at to shut up by his female colleagues. [Washington Post]

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Charlie Sheen Spoofs Himself For Funny Or Die And Things Get Meta

 

Charlie Sheen has now transitioned from genuinely saying crazy things in televised interviews to spoofing himself saying crazy things in Funny or Die videos. While in the kitchen at “Sober Valley Lodge” — presumably Sheen’s own swanky kitchen, judging by the pics of little girls on the fridge? — Sheen shows us how to prepare a meal with magic hands and brain power. Hmm, the Food Network might be the only television channel this sorry chump’s mug hasn’t been plastered all over. [Funny Or Die] Keep reading »

12 Reasons I Love Josh Radnor

Over the years, I have had many celebrity crushes. First, it was Leonardo DiCaprio, who seemed so unbelievably sweet sleeping in the janitor’s closet on “Growing Pains” before the Seavers took him in. Then, like many in the ’90s, I went through a serious Kurt Cobain phase. Next, came Tim Robbins, who I liked for his oh-shucks demeanor and his obvious adoration of Susan Sarandon. For the later half of the 2000s, Jason Schwartzman piqued my interest for not only picking great projects (“Rushmore!” “Bored to Death!”) but for having an awesome band. But now, I have a new celebrity crush. Josh Radnor, of “How I Met Your Mother” and the new flick “HappyThankYouMorePlease.” After the jump, 10 reasons I love Josh. Keep reading »

Women Who Need Lots Of Attention Post Lots Of Facebook Photos

According to a new study, it’s not difficult to spot the most attention hungry, insecure women on Facebook and your other favorite social networking sites. You already know who they are because you see their photos every five seconds. Researchers at the University of Buffalo found that the women who posted the most photos of themselves were more likely to base their self-worth on physical appearance and have a need for validation and attention in the social networking arena. Keep reading »

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