Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” Finally Drops


The first single and title track off Lady Gaga’s forthcoming album Born This Way has finally arrived! As expected, the song is a synth-heavy and highly danceable celebration of being yourself. Writes Andy at Popdust:
The lyrics spill out a riff on the “It gets better” story pop music titans have been trying to tell since last fall with a more unrepentantly anthemic take on what it is to be different: “I was born this way, hey!” is destined for millions of Facebook status updates and Twitter bon mots, but first and foremost, this is a song all of the many groups in Gaga’s monstrous coalition can dance to.

What do you think of “Born This Way”? Are you psyched for the album’s release in March? [Popdust] Keep reading »

A Valentine’s Day Love Letter To Myself

For Valentine’s Day, instead of waiting for love letters that’ll never come—who sends those anymore, anyway?—we decided to practice a little self-love in the name of St. Valentine by writing them to ourselves. We invite you to do the same in the comments. Amelia, Jessica, and Kate have already shared theirs. Today is Ami’s turn … Keep reading »

Kiss Premium Eyelashes Are Easy-To-Apply Falsies

I’m slightly obsessed with having long, luxurious eyelashes. Tell me a beauty treatment will give the appearance of curled and thick lashes, and I’ll say, “When’s my appointment?” I’ve had lash extensions that were so thick they prevented my natural lashes from growing. And I’ve also had my natural lashes permed. Unfortunately, the curl made applying mascara difficult and time-consuming. Of course, false eyelashes have intrigued me, but even after practicing, I still can’t apply them with deft. That’s why I was so excited to learn about Kiss Premium Eyelashes, which have patent-pending Red Application Strings for easy application. Keep reading »

Jesse Eisenberg Says Dressing Up For Awards Shows Is Like Going To A Bar Mitzvah

“I feel like when I was 13 and I had to go to bar mitzvahs every weekend. This is the same feeling. You have to put on a suit every weekend to go meet with a bunch of Jews. … I have this general sense of feeling like I don’t belong, even though I’ve talked to some other people that very much belong and they have the same feeling. I think it’s a room full of insecure actors, which is ultimately very comforting.”

Jesse Eisenberg, who is up for the Best Actor Oscar for “The Social Network,” gives a great analogy for awards season. As for the Academy Awards being “a room full of insecure actors?” Well, I’m just loving that description. [People] Keep reading »

8 Celebs Who Swear By Crystals

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Over the weekend, Anne Hathaway made a pit stop with a friend at the Crystalarium in West Hollywood, a store that caters to the “metaphysical client.” After browsing for a while, Anne purchased two crystals. Since some people believe that placing crystals like these on different parts of the body can remove blockages, have healing properties, and surround the body with energy, I’m thinking that maybe Anne hopes the crystals will help her perform her best when hosting the Academy Awards in two weeks alongside James Franco? [People]

Interestingly, Anne is far from the only celebrity to believe in the healing powers of crystals. After the jump, other celebs who are proponents. I’ll let you decide if you think there’s something to crystal healing or if this is total quackery.

Quickies: “God Has A Plan” For Lindsay Lohan & What Are Bikini Wax Panties?

  • Dina Lohan isn’t worried about her daughter Lindsay’s legal troubles because “God has a plan.” [PopEater]
  • Apparently part of God’s plan is for the Lohans to open clothing boutiques in Venice, CA, and New York City’s SoHo. Wait, isn’t this the plot of that “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” spin-off? [RadarOnline]
  • Random couple alert! Is Rihanna dating Travis Barker? [Media Takeout]
  • Michelle Obama wore a $35 dress from H&M on “The Today Show.” Love her! [Styleite]

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