(Another) Quote Of The Day: Lady Gaga Thinks Kanye Is A “Good Guy”

“I was thinking, ‘Oh gosh.’ But, like, I would say he’s a good guy and everybody makes mistakes, and he feels so f**king bad. He really does. I think that everyone can get so caught up in gossip and stuff.” I felt like that moment kind of like really portrayed him in a way that he really isn’t. It was just a random moment.”

— Lady Gaga talks Kanye, with whom she’s about to go on a joint tour, with a Las Vegas radio station. Hmm … if this were an isolated jackass moment from someone who otherwise exhibits classy behavior, I’d be more inclined to believe it “portrayed him in a way that he really isn’t.” [via MTV.com] Keep reading »

Star Couplings: Rose McGowan Isn’t Marrying Fiance Robert Rodriguez

  • Rose McGowan has reportedly canceled her engagement to Robert Rodriguez shortly after she finished shooting “Machete,” a film he directed. [Dlisted] — Coincidence? I think not. Now that everyone knows her modus operandi, she won’t get hired again.
  • Amanda Seyfried says she thought British boyfriend Dominic Cooper was gay when they first met. [OK! UK]

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Decorative Butterfly Maps For Butterfly Lovers

If you like butterflies but don’t like the idea of looking at them pinned to a board, or if you love maps and are looking for a unique way to incorporate them into your home decor, Image Surgery has a wonderful alternative: butterfly maps. Unique and vintage maps are cut into butterfly shapes and framed for hanging on the wall. If you can’t get your hands on a limited-edition set, Examiner shows you how to craft your own winged wonders with maps, glue, and push pins that create a beautiful butterfly effect. [Apartment Therapy] Keep reading »

Quick Pic: I Have To Go Oui Oui

A public restroom in Paris so pretty that maybe even the snootiest editors in town for Fashion Week might use it. [IPreferParis.net] Keep reading »

Madonna Has A Pizza Date With Letterman

Madonna made her eighth visit to “Letterman” last night, arriving through the door of The Ed Sullivan Theater carried by a slew of handsome hockey players. “It’s the one sport I haven’t explored,” Madonna later quipped — a reference to her well-documented dating history with a variety of sports stars. Letterman asked about her recent divorce and she joked that her marriage lasted through the “Bush years,” when it was a “good time to be out of America” and that she’d rather “get run over by a train” than ever marry again. They ended the interview with Madonna’s first slice of NY pizza, which she probably spit into her napkin when the cameras stopped rolling. After all, she doesn’t like cheese on her pie. Clip above. Keep reading »

Shop Around The World With Anthropologie Buyer Keith Johnson


My job is pretty sweet, but a few people’s occupations are absolutely drool-worthy. One career that sounds amazing is being a buyer for Anthropologie. Walking into that store makes me feel like I’m stepping into the apartment of an awesome friend who just got back from a week’s vacation in Capetown, lived in Spain for two years, and spent her childhood in Sweden. Keep reading »

Navy Women Can Now Wear Permanent Makeup

Recently, the U.S. Navy changed a few of its rules regarding dress. There are new rules for pins, boots, and, for women, makeup. Permanent makeup, that is. Starting November 1, women in the Navy are permitted to wear permanent makeup. Permanent eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner, and lipstick — administered by a specialist with a needle like a tattoo — will all be allowed if permission is granted by superiors. Why the change? Some women have been barred from enlisting because they’ve had the procedures done. Now, permanent eyeliner won’t be a roadblock to serving one’s country. Of course, officials don’t want the ladies to take it too far. Procedures should be “conservative,” say Navy officials. So, no permanent neon eyeshadow, lady sailors. [Navy Times] Keep reading »

In New Relationships, Is Sleep An Indicator Of Your Future Together?

Consider the following: you’ve started dating a new guy, and things have progressed to the point where you’re beginning to have sleepovers. Naturally, one of two things happens then. You can either sleep or you can’t.

So, do you believe that how you sleep with (and real sleep, not sexytimes) a new boyfriend is an indicator of compatibility and long-term potential? Is it good if you can sleep like logs together on your first night? Does restless slumber mean you’re uncomfortable? Or does no sleep, because you can’t keep your hands off each and he’s occupying lovely thoughts in your head, point to passion? (Although, we imagine, this could lead to burnout.)

Do you have beliefs about bedtime compatibility? Duke it out in the comments below. Keep reading »

The Daily Ovulation: Obama & His Niece Make A Wish

I’m not sure what this stimulates more — my ovaries or my already raging crush on the Prez. [via The Feminista Files] Keep reading »

Quote Of The Day: Tyson Beckford Would Sleep With Barack Obama

“I don’t actually go that way, though I notice a lot of people think I do. But umm, you know what, if I’m-a do it, I’m going for [Barack] Obama. If I got with him, I could run the country. If I was that way, Obama, I’d be gunning for you brother! I’d be the one in control. That’s if I was that way. Who you gonna go for? Will Smith? Somebody pretty like that? Not to say Obama’s not pretty. But I’d go straight for Obama because you got power then. You could run red lights and just wild out. And I’d have Michelle [Obama] hold the camera!”

Tyson Beckford answering this question: “If you had to spend the night with a man, who would it be and why?” [Black Voices] Keep reading »

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