Is it weird that my uterus is totally spasming over this video of a baby gorilla — named Tiny! — taking its first steps at London’s Zoological Society? I mean, we’re both primates so it can’t be that weird that I wish I could give birth to a baby gorilla of my very own. It’s totally natural. Yup, uh huh. [The Gloss
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It’s about time to trade in the turtlenecks and sweaters for pretty print blouses as spring approaches. There’s a return to femininity happening in fashion right now, and the print blouse is the best and easiest to wear example of this. Pair your blouse with wide-leg trousers and jeans or high-waist shorts and skirts for a glamorous ’70s vibe. Keep clicking for pretty blouses in florals and abstract prints. And I was sure to throw in a couple of dark-colored blouses for those that prefer black to bright colors.
Vanessa Hudgens got a new tattoo! Of a butterfly! On her neck! Neck tattoos remind me of one thing — getting my bellybutton pierced. When I was 18, I got my navel pierced above a taco shop in San Diego. The place didn’t even have a real piercing bed for me to lay down on, just a folding metal chair. Anyway, the piercer had just gotten his neck tattooed and had a piece of gauze duct-taped over the fresh ink, but blood was still leaking and dribbling down his nape. That’s what I focused on as he drove the needle through my flesh. And that’s what I think about whenever I see a neck tattoo, even one as girly and carefree as Vanessa’s. [Hollywood Hiccups] Keep reading »
Want to get personal phone call from Christian Slater (yes!) and Charlie Sheen (hell no!)? Lindsay Lohan has a foolproof strategy—get in trouble with the law and then go to rehab. (Relax, people, that is a joke.) Both Christian and Charlie have apparently reached out to Lindsay. Christian tells Details magazine:
“Look, I could spend a lot of time kicking the s**t out of myself for the choices I made. I was dealing with alcoholism and addiction, and there was a lot to take on without much life experience. Addiction is not pretty, and you don’t fully understand it unless you’re dealing with it head-on. That’s why when I see other kids struggling, I will sometimes reach out to them—a call or an e-mail. … Sure, of course [I reached out to LiLo]. I appreciated the people who reached out to me. It’s a brutal position to be in. You feel alone and confused over where your life went and how you got yourself in this situation.”
Charlie had some thoughts for her, too. Keep reading »