Is that the pitbull with lipstick or one of the lesbian moms from “The Kids Are Alright”? I can barely tell.
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Us Frisky ladies are getting pretty into “The Voice,” thanks to the fact that it’s all about the singing and not about image, like “American Idol” can be. For the past two weeks , Christina Aguilera, Cee-Lo Green, Blake Shelton, and Adam Levine have been busily assembling their 8-person teams that will battle it out for the next few weeks. The way it worked was simple—a singer belted out a song as the four listened with their backs turned. If a team leader pressed their red button, they’d turn around and that person would be on their team. If more than one of them turned around, the singer could choose the person’s whose team they were most pumped to join. (Duh. Cee-Lo!) If no one pressed their button, the singer was out.
Christina says things got pretty heated when more than one team leader wanted a singer. Keep reading »
Katy Perry looks gorgeous on the new cover of Vanity Fair. And in the accompanying story, she talks about the thing we find the most interesting about her—the fact that she was raised by two ministers in an extremely evangelical household. It’s now common knowledge that Katy started her career as Katy Hudson, a gospel singer who’d only heard secular music at slumber parties, but in this interview she reveals some new details. “I didn’t have a childhood,” she explains, before divulging that she wasn’t allowed to say “Dirt Devil,” as in the vacuum cleaner, and that the only book her mother would read was the Bible.
After the jump, more details Katy’s shared about her upbringing. Keep reading »
“[His hair is] his choice. He does what he wants. I love him no matter what — short, bald, fat. It’s all good.”
—Gisele Bundchen shares that she has no beef with her husband Tom Brady‘s ever-growing hair. Well, slicked back like this he looks very Wall Street Ken. It’s more when he’s rocking the Justin Bieber look or, eek, the greasy ponytail that the long hair becomes an issue. And notice how she doesn’t exactly say, “I like it.” [People] Keep reading »