Jennifer Lawrence Demystifies Her “X-Men” Body Painting Routine

“Nothing’s sacred anymore. Those girls and I got so close. They were painting me naked every day for months. It was kind of like going to a really bizarre sleepover… It’s what you guys imagine we do: One naked girl and seven pairs of hands all over her.”

Jennifer Lawrence, who was nominated for an Oscar this year for her performance in “Winter’s Bone,” explains what it’s like to undergo hours of body painting each day on set for her role as Mystique in “X-Men: First Class.” What, no pillow fight? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

20 Reasons Why Casting Bradley Cooper in ‘The Crow’ Is a Terrible Idea

Let me preface this rant completely rational argument by saying that I don’t actually mind Bradley Cooper. He’s grown on me over the past few years, first with “The Hangover” and then with “Limitless.” He seems to take his craft seriously. He’s not papped every night drunk off his ass with a desperate young starlet clinging to him, lighting cigars with hundred dollar bills. He appears to be making a concerted effort to broaden his range. Fine. I can respect that. Keep reading »

Behold, A Dramatic Reading Of Gwyneth Paltrow’s Cookbook

Gwyneth Paltrow‘s annoying new cookbook My Father’s Daughter (subtitle: Combining Enough Nutrients To Qualify As “Food” For The Over-Privileged & Beautiful) did not need a dramatic reading by a beatnik in a beret to sound douchey. (Private cooking lessons with Jamie Oliver! Gazpacho in Spain! Silent meditations in Japan!) Yet this melodramatic send up is, dare I say, perfect. [You Tube via Jezebel] Keep reading »

Kate Moss-Inspired “Anorexia” Tees Now On Sale In Children’s Sizes

A T-shirt inspired by Kate Moss‘ controversial personal motto, “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels,” is being sold on a UK website and marketed to children. As you can imagine, people are outraged, especially those who work for the campaign, Beating Eating Disorders (BEAT). The organization called for a ban on the “dangerous” tees. The website selling the line of “size-zero slogan” merchandise, Zazzle, declined to share their opinion of the T-shirts. “Zazzle is a custom products platform, it enables all users to create their own products that feature their own content. In this way, Zazzle is an outlet for users to express their personal opinions and viewpoints,” said a spokesman for the company. Which of their users believes that it’s appropriate to design a T-shirt like this for kids? And even more pressing: who is buying them? A parent who would spend money to buy this shirt for their child must be a cuckoo bird. What do you think? Should these T-shirts get 86′d? Or do I need to lighten up? If there’s some irony I’m missing, please alert me. [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »

Style Stealer: Reese Witherspoon’s Denim Jumper & Cork Wedges

So, you may not be a newly married movie star with the bones to drop on $700 Chloe wedges, but dammit, you can at least sort of look like it. How to get Reese Witherspoon’s sweet all-American look, after the jump! Keep reading »

10 Female Celebs Reveal Their Best Assets

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Jessica Simpson has been named one of People’s Most Beautiful for 2011. Her secret beauty weapons — especially when it comes to avoiding speeding tickets — are her boobs. They are her “best accessory.” “I can make my way in and out of parking tickets: Show the girls and give a wink!” she said of her melons. Body praise. Approved. After the jump, some more female celebs reveal their favorite features. What’s yours? [People]
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