This cute little coin purse tells a heavy truth in grand floral style. Sure, the economy sucks, but look at those cheery daisies, think happy thoughts, and then dig out a couple quarters to buy yourself a Twix bar.
“I thought, ‘I’ve never seen that before in a movie and I’m proud to be the first [to have an onscreen oral sex scene]. Good on us for making that happen … As the woman in the situation that was in question, I found absolutely nothing scandalous, tawdry or disgusting about it … when we shot that scene, both Ryan and Derek said to me, ‘If this bothers you when you see it in the movie, we’ll take it out.’”
– Michelle Williams on her oral sex scene with Ryan Gosling in “Blue Valentine.” Clearly, it did not bother her both onscreen and off. I am going to partially attribute that to Ryan Gosling’s studliness. He must be easy to have between the legs. [via Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Katy Perry, who claims to never leave the house without makeup, apparently doesn’t sleep with a thick layer of foundation and her signature red lips. Husband Russell Brand snapped this photo of a makeup-free Perry in bed (clearly against her will) and then briefly posted it on Twitter. He took it down, but not before gossip blogs everywhere grabbed the image for themselves. How should Katy get revenge? [TooFab] Keep reading »
I know I was devastated when I learned that Times Square put the kibosh on Snooki’s 2011 “hamster ball” drop stunt. Yes, MTV had planned to put her in some kind of pink, glittering ball and ring in the New Year by lowering her down into the center of the action. Apparently, the bitches in charge of Times Square’s New Year’s preparations deemed the entire hamster ball apparatus “too impractical.” Ya think? Well, MTV was not ready to give up on the Snooki-drop. “We love our Times Square home and while we’re disappointed there won’t be a Snooki ball drop there, she cannot be denied! So we’re taking a road trip to the place where it all began, Seaside Heights, and droppin’ it all there,” the network said in a statement released on Thursday afternoon. I guess 2011 is going to be a good year after all. Does this make Jersey Shore the new Times Square and Snooki the new Dick Clark? [NY Times] Keep reading »