Back in January, Bristol Palin revealed that she had a new boyfriend. “He’s awesome with Tripp and we’ve been really good friends for a long time, and he’s just a really good guy,” she said. “He’s a family guy. He’s a Christian. We have all the same religious beliefs and our families both come first in our lives, and we just have a lot in common… He loves Tripp and he’s just awesome to be around.”
Now finally, we get her new dude’s name so we can compare him to Levi Johnston see if he’s good enough for our Bristol. But so far, we’re not sold. Keep reading »
Mmm, I love a chunky statement necklace like the one Amanda Seyfried wore to the “Red Riding Hood” premiere. In addition to giving an added dose of glam to a fancy dress, necklaces with loads of bling can instantly give a simple jeans-and-T-shirt ensemble serious kick. I found 10 necklaces that are reminiscent of Amanda’s, all of which would look chic with your sexiest frock or most well-worn T-shirt.
“By the way, who’s John Boehner? Check it out. Doesn’t his name sound like boner? Anyone notice that? … Hey, Snoop Dogg, Donald Trump and your ancestors had a lot in common — they owned real estate, and your ancestors were property! … This is my first time doing comedy!”
—Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino of “Jersey Shore” taking a turn at the mic last night at Donald Trump’s Comedy Central roast. He got booed and heckled off stage. He should clearly stick to GTLing. [NY Post] Keep reading »
Nevermind that this thing is demonstrably out of our price range, this faux leather Balenciaga jacket weighs seven pounds! Seven pounds! Who wants to walk around with seven extra pounds of fabric and tickety-tackity trimmings on them all day? [Style] Keep reading »
A massive earthquake — at 8.9 on the richter scale, it’s among the largest in record history — hit off the shore of Japan today, causing a powerful tsunami to sweep away homes, cars, people, and boats. At least 32 people are dead and that number is expected to rise. There are also tsunami warnings for the coastal U.S., particularly California, as well as Hawaii. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Japan and anyone affected by this devastating natural disaster. Please feel free to use the comments to post updates you think would be of interest. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »