10 Stars Who Brought Family Members As Dates To Big Events

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Katy Perry not only brought Russell Brand along with her to the Grammy Awards Sunday night—she brought her grandma, Ann Hudson, who was celebrating her 90th birthday. Katy even made her grandma a bedazzled cane to match her bra. “If I don’t go home with any Grammys, I still go home with my Grammy,” she joked. [People]

After the jump, other stars who’ve brought non-traditional dates to award shows.

Models Falling Remains The Best Part Of Fashion Week


I’m sorry. Perhaps it’s unkind of me, but I just can’t NOT laugh at a model stumbling down a runway in ridiculous high heels. This poor catwalker just cannot recover from the initial ankle twisting and has to hobble her way backstage like her legs are made of jelly. Keep reading »

Cut All The Cyberstalking, Girls!

A new survey of more than 800 college students found that over 60 percent of admitted cyberstalkers were female. More than 30 percent ‘fessed up to hacking into their S.O.’s email accounts. Researchers also found that women were way more likely than men to stalk Facebook or check cellphone histories. While I can say I am anti-snooping, I know there are times when perfectly logical, not insane women are put in a position where cyberstalking is the correct course of action. Luckily, I have never been in that position and I hope I never will. To all of the other females engaging in extraneous cyberstalking — cut that crap out! Sigh. What do these results say about us? That we’re more insecure than men? That we’re more jealous? I propose an antidote to cyberstalking. If you are feeling the urge to stalk your sweetie online, Google yourself instead. It’s totally addictive, narcissistic, and harmful to no one. Problem solved. [New Scientist] Keep reading »

Surprise! These 10 Pairs Of Famous Folks Are Cousins

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This week, everyone is excitedly talking about Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s best man and maid of honor selections, even though they are totally duh—he chose brother Harry while she chose her sister. I am much more interested in this story—apparently, Ellen DeGeneres and Kate are distant cousins. The New England Historic Genealogical Society wrote a note to Ellen saying, “Our trusty genealogists have been at work on Kate Middleton’s genealogy. As we were doing the research, we discovered that you are related to Kate via a man named Sir Thomas Fairfax and his wife Agnes Gascoigne. You are distant cousins – 15th – but cousins still the same.” [I wanna get a letter saying I'm related to someone awesome, famous, and rich! Pout. -- Editor] Now, of course, Ellen wants an invite to the royal wedding. “Cuz, let me know where you’re registered,” she joked on her show. “I have a Pier 1 and a Target real, real close to my house.” [People]

These two aren’t the only unexpected famous cousins. After the jump, some pairings that may surprise you.

Quickies: Justin Bieber Fans Attack Esperanza Spalding’s Wikipedia Page & Pets In Sexy Lingerie

  • Justin Bieber fans attacked the Wikipedia page of Best New Artist Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding last night, so distraught were they that there’s nothing to Belieb in anymore! [Dlisted]
  • Christina Aguilera fell onstage during last night’s Aretha Franklin tribute at the Grammys. Girl can’t catch a break, can she? [PopEater]
  • A mysterious illness has struck the Playboy Mansion! Relax: it’s a respiratory infection, not the type of infection that you treat at Planned Parenthood. [Los Angeles Times]
  • The lookbook for Rachel Zoe’s clothing line is out. Some of the looks are pure Rachel, while others are just meh. [Styleite]

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Today’s Lady News: You Mean Everyone Can’t Afford To Be A Stay-At-Home Mom?

  • While cutting funding for a Head Start program for disadvantaged preschoolers, elected officials in Frederick County, Maryland, made appallingly ignorant comments about how their own wives took time off of work to stay home with their kids when they were young, so why can’t other moms? [TDB.com]
  • A subcommittee of Iowa’s state House of Representatives approved a bill that would define life as beginning at conception and ban all abortions, including in cases of rape or incest. [Chicago Tribune]
  • Double X argues that the lack of female engineers cannot be attributed to sexism. I know we have some lady engineers who read The Frisky, so I’d love to hear what you have to say about this post in the comments. [Slate]
  • Is it possible to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a — dare I say it? — feminist way? [Ms. Magazine]

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