With Emma Watson doing photo shoots for Elle and looking all grown-up these days, no one is saying much about Bonnie Wright. What, you don’t know who she is? Well, Bonnie is the gal who plays cute little Ginny Weasley in the “Harry Potter” flicks. More importantly, in “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince,” she and Daniel Radcliffe totally make out. See? Now, I’ve got your attention! After the jump, we compare Emma and Bonnie. Take a peek and tell us who you think Daniel should date! Yeah, it’s a popularity contest. Sorry. Keep reading »
Reader Jennifer snapped this photo from the steps behind the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Have you seen graffiti that’s kind of sweet (even if it is against the law)? Send your pic to firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep reading »
Christian Lacroix has been so badly in the red as of late that he was given until the end of this month to find an investor to save his company or else he’d face liquidation. With a few days to go until August, it looks like Lacroix may be saved yet. Bernard Krief Consulting, a French firm that specializes in buying and saving failing companies, plans to put in a bid for the Lacroix label this Monday. Keep reading »
It’s new release Tuesday, so it’s time to take the latest tunes for a spin. Forget Jordin Sparks and Demi Lovato’s new top 40 hits. This week is all about indie awesomeness, thanks to Magnolia Electric Co., The Fiery Furnaces, and Portugal the Man. Oh, yeah, and Sugar Ray, aka Mark McGrath, is trying to make a comeback. “When it’s over, that’s the time I fall in love, again.” Is that line still working on the ladies? Find out after the jump! Keep reading »
Kate Gosselin spent yesterday running errands with twin daughters Mady and Kara. We wonder if she planned to dress like her unidentified companion or if it was a coincidence? [7/20/09] Keep reading »
Bernie Madoff was on top, but now he’s on the bottom, in more ways than one, claims a letter from HotPrisonPals.com. The website basically works like Craigslist for bad boys behind bars who are looking for love and, uh, pornographic letters. The inmates type up a little bit about themselves in the hopes that someone will flirt back. Here’s what Bernie’s post — which has to be fake — says… Keep reading »
Poor Erin Andrews: some creep filmed the ESPN reporter — without her permission — naked in a hotel room and circulated the pervy vid on the Internet. The video, which has been pulled offline by many sites, may have been shot with a handheld camera because it allegedly moves back and forth across the room, following Andrews as she walks around. Ew.
Apparently investigators don’t even know which hotel Andrews stayed in at the time of the taping, which makes the likelihood of catching this peeping Tom close to zero. But even suckier is ABC’s claim that only 19 states have laws banning surreptitiously taping someone. [ABC News]
Reading comments on news articles about Andrews’ peeping Tom nightmare is not for the faint of heart. Some people are rating Andrews’ hotness, while others are complaining the video camera didn’t have a sharper focus. My favorite are the ones pointing out how Andrews once wore a low-cut dress in the locker room while reporting on a Cubs/Brewers game. Because that makes some creep videotaping her naked OK, obvi. Keep reading »