The 7 Worst Lies Guys Have Ever Told Us

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 3, 2011
A few months ago, I went on a date with a guy who online had described his employment as a lawyer. But on our date he revealed he hadn't passed his bar exam, but he was still technically a lawyer for having finished law school. He was actually working as a chef in a restaurant. More »

Blake Lively Smuggles Sweet Potato Sauce

By: Julie Gerstein / June 3, 2011
"I’m always traveling, and I get so excited when I find a new spice or a new sauce. This is absolutely crazy, but I wanted a sauce from New Orleans, and they wouldn’t send it because the FDA didn’t approve it. I called the restaurant and I said, “OK, can you buy a teddy bear… More »

Wear Your Disney Pride On Your Eyes

By: Julie Gerstein / June 3, 2011
I know, you're thinking -- How do I show my insane devotion to Disney's "The Lion King" in a new and innovative way? Well, makeup artist Katie Alves reached deep and came up with animated film-themed eye makeup. Like these "Lion King" coated peepers. How crazy detailed is that? And how many hours did that… More »

15 Movie Posters With Naked Actors

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 3, 2011

Quickies: More Alleged Blake Lively Nude Pics Emerge & Whitney Houston Might Have Emphysema

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 2, 2011
More nude photos of Blake Lively have allegedly been leaked and these new pics show tattoos exactly like the ones her character wore in "The Town." Blake's rep still denies everything. [The Superficial] Elton John's newborn son is an adorable little chubster! [Celebuzz] Jane Lynch will host the 2011 Emmys. More »

Today’s Lady News: The New York Times Appoints Jill Abramson As First Female Executive Editor

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 2, 2011
Jill Abramson has been appointed the first female executive editor of The New York Times, replacing current top dog Bill Killer Keller. Abramson has been managing editor since 2003 and was Washington bureau chief and an investigative reporter before that. [New York Times] Abortion is "morally acceptable" to 39 percent of Americans polled… More »