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It’s that time of year again—the time when we review all the wonderful and not so wonderful celebrity style this past year. It’s inevitable. Let’s take a moment to look back, shall we? Here, we rounded up some of the best and worst celeb outfits from 2010. We couldn’t gather them all because it certainly was a big year for fashion—so be sure to leave your own votes in the comments below. To start, can we get a resounding “yes!” that Lady Gaga‘s meat dress bit the big one?
Just call him The Amazing Hot Ginge. Prince Harry is being labeled a “hero” today after he went to police following a friend’s mugging. See, Harry was on the phone, gabbin’ about girls with a pal (okay, I made that up), when the friend on the line was suddenly mugged. His Royal Ginger reportedly raced across the city to help his friend in need and when he couldn’t find him, Harry walked his princely butt over to the local police station, where he gave a witness statement. As a result of that and, you know, police work, a suspect was aprehended.
I love this story because it allows me a reason to picture Prince Harry in a cape. But also, I love stories of celebs swooping in like the superior beings that they are and saving the day! Here are 16 other stories of celebs behaving heroically!
Ever wonder what a porn starring Oprah and her best buddy Gayle King would look like? Me neither. That’s why Hustler hired two young ladies who wouldn’t even look like these totally-not-lesbians (“TISSUE PLEASE!”) after four beers for a klassy XXX spoof called “Untrue Hollywood Stories: Oprah.” Adult film actress Misty Stone stars as Oprah and Bella Moretti stars as Gayle in the porno, which will be released in January. What we really want to know is who is going to play Steadman? [TMZ.com] Keep reading »
Earlier this month, Susannah admitted that she can tell how a date will go within the first three seconds. Turns out, she’s only about four seconds faster than average at sizing up a potential mate. Linda Blair, clinical psychologist and author of Straight Talking, says: “‘It takes only seven seconds for us to judge another person when we first meet them,” explaining that this subconscious behavior goes back to our “primitive roots when we couldn’t afford to make wrong decisions.” Judi James, author of The Body Language Bible, agrees, and explains: “We’re looking primarily to see if we should feel threatened, but we also make several assumptions about attraction and personality. … Because we tend to be time-poor, we use assumption as a short-cut, meaning if you don’t get it right first time you might not get another chance.”
This not only spells potential trouble for the person we’re sizing up, but it can be disastrous for us when we’re the ones being judged. After the jump, a few expert tips for passing the seven-second test yourself. Keep reading »
“Not a great day. For the record, my husband Arun and I separated a few months ago. Our close family & friends were aware of this.”
—Elizabeth Hurley tweets the news that, despite having two over-the-top weddings, her romance with businessman Arun Nayer is donezo. Just as the News of the World reported that she’s been having a fling with cricket player Shane Warne. [People] Keep reading »