No wonder all the model hopefuls cry when they get eliminated from “America’s Next Top Model” — a troublesome fate awaits them. Allison Harvard, Cycle 12′s runner-up, looks like she’s been busy since her season aired. She started a cult in her living room and now she’s looking for disciples. Anyone interested? [Gary F#@king Oak] Keep reading »
“I’m very vain. That would be my middle name. Of course I am, you know what I mean? I love the visual.”
– Gwen Stafani in the May issue of Elle. I don’t know exactly what she means. Is she saying she loves the visual of herself? Or that she is obsessed with the way things look? I don’t think that necessarily makes you vain. It’s lovely that Gwen is willing to cop to her vanity, but I’ve always thought she comes off as down to Earth — even though she always looks impeccable. I strive to master that skill. I guess I’m vain too. [Elle] Keep reading »
If you have sex with 20 people, you will get genital warts. At least, that is how I framed it to my friends. My pillows had seen more than a few DIY haircuts when I saw something downtown, too: bumps. I knew it was an STI. Genital warts, to be honest, but I wasn’t ready to be. Maybe it’s razor burn? I thought, instead of facing facts. Or just ingrown hairs? Maybe if I grew out a ‘70s bush it will go away?
Yeah, it didn’t. Keep reading »
Lindsay Lohan is trying to pick herself up and dust herself off after falling—both literally and metaphorically—in the past year. Rumor has it that she is auditioning for a role as a villain in the new “Superman” this week. I definitely want to hear LiLo’s super-villain cackle, but even more exciting is the news that she has reportedly been offered the role of actress Sharon Tate in a movie about Charles Manson, “Eyes of a Dreamer: The Charles Manson Story.” It would be a very dark role for Lindsay—after all, Tate was murdered by Manson’s followers when she was eight months pregnant—but it’s also one that could be a great, edgy return to acting for her. You know, since the Linda Lovelace thing didn’t work out.
After the jump, a comparison of the two ladies. Keep reading »
Yes, women are complicated creatures. We are aware that men are baffled by us most of the time and we apologize for that. We can’t help it sometimes. Half of the time we don’t even understand why we do the things we do. I mean, I had to flip a coin last night to decide if I was going to go to the gym or stay home and watch “The Biggest Loser.” Why? I have no idea. While I try to make a concerted effort to get to the bottom of the mystery of me (ahem, therapy), that doesn’t mean I have a clue about some of the other members of my gender. After the jump, some female behavior that completely baffles me. Add yours in the comments. Keep reading »