Between Two Ferns With Jennifer Aniston, Tila Tequila And, Of Course, Zach Galifianakis


Hooray! Another of episode of “Between Two Ferns” has hit the web. This time, the adorable and funny Zach Galifianakis interviews both Tila Tequila and Jennifer Aniston, but seems to have much better chemistry with the former. For the record, if I was forced to pick a state to annihilate with a nuclear weapon, I would choose Delaware. Sorry Joe Biden. [Funny Or Die] Keep reading »

Diet Pepsi Slims Down In Desperate Appeal To Gender Stereotypes

Is the traditional Diet Pepsi can too short and fat for you? Are you embarrassed to be seen holding it? No worries, girlfriend. PepsiCo. has announced it’s releasing a “taller, sassier, new Skinny Can” which is meant to celebrate “beautiful, confident women.” It’s like the Virginia Slims of diet sodas! Naturally, the new can will debut this fall, just in time for fashion week, because, duh, “Our slim, attractive new can is the perfect complement to today’s most stylish looks,” said Pepsi CMO Jill Beraud. Ugh. I think I’ll stick with my chubby Diet Coke, thanks. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

12 Female Celebs Reveal Their True Size

12 Female Celebs Reveal Their True Size
I personally like it when celebrity women share their weight or their dress size, especially when it’s done with pride. It is most definitely none of our business, but it makes them feel more relatable, more human, and their beauty more attainable. Katy Perry talked numbers in her March Elle interview. “I’m generally around 130 pounds, which is totally fine for me. But when I was a kid, I was the same height and weighed more like 145. And I had enormous boobs that I didn’t know what to do with, so I wore minimizers, which were not cute,” she admitted. It’s nice to know that Katy has not always been — and still isn’t — perfect. But man, she’s close, even though this cover doesn’t do her justice with the 17 layers of clothing she’s wearing. Styling fail. Click through to see other famous ladies who have shared their stats. [Huffington Post]

Quickies: “Glee” On Tour This Summer & Howard Stern’s Wife’s Nude Pics?

  • Attention, Gleeks! The cast of “Glee” is going on tour across the U.S. in summer 2011. Will Lea Michele and her mountains of hair extensions be coming to a city near you? [RyanSeacrest.com]
  • Christina Aguilera flubbing the national anthem at the Super Bowl is apparently grounds for a “mental health intervention”? Um, what? [The Superficial]
  • “Sex and the City”‘s Cynthia Nixon and her fiancee, Christine Marinoni, became the proud new mommies of a son, Max, yesterday. Christine carried the pregnancy and both are doing fine. [People]
  • Lindsay Lohan will be charged with felony grand theft for stealing/borrowing a $2,500 necklace. [TMZ]

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British Man Sues Female Coworker for Sexual Harassment

Apparently one Brit didn’t want to snog an overaggressive coworker — and now he’s suing. Meanwhile this spat across the pond is changing our views on sexual harassment.

When most people conjure up an image of sexual harrassment, usually they picture a female victim being objectified by a male aggressor. But statistics tell us that men are two-fifths of sexual harassment victims — and British retail worker Konstantinos Kalomoiris says he numbers among them.

Kalomoiris alleges that Bianca Revrenna, his coworker at British department store John Lewis regularly sexually harassed him while on the job. According to Kalomoris, Revrenna repeatedly squeezed his butt. Read more… Keep reading »

Today’s Lady News: Ohio Lawmaker Suggests No Abortion If You Can Hear A Heartbeat

  • Lynn Wachtmann, a Republican state representative from Ohio, will introduce a “Heartbeat Bill” on Wednesday that will criminalize abortion after the first detectable fetal heartbeat. [KFOR]
  • The CEO of Deutsche Bank, Josef Ackermann, said more women would add color and beauty to his boardroom. Because that’s what we’re here for: to look pretty for you, sir. [Sky News]
  • Barriers keeping women from scientific fields include the pressure to balance a career and family and discouragement from an interest in science at a young age, according to a new study out of Cornell University. [UPI]

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