Please Don’t Hate Us Because We Want These Sequined Hand Warmers

Sometimes you can’t help loving something despite the fact that you know it’s kind of wrong. (Except this scenario makes it all the more desirable. For further reading see: most great works of classic literature.) Take, for example, these Juicy Couture sequined fingerless gloves, or “hand warmers” as they are referred to in the description. Aside from being slightly impractical, they’re also something you don’t really need, and the price isn’t exactly budget-friendly. But sometimes you just know what will make you happy.

Dear Wendy: “He Called Me His Girlfriend, Then Disappeared”

I went on a first date with this amazing guy the day before Thanksgiving. We made a great connection and hung out all weekend. We both agreed that it felt right and marveled at how easy it was to spend time with each other, and on Sunday he even called me his girlfriend! Normally, I don’t jump into things like that, but we were so into each other that I threw caution to the wind and went with it. A few days later, he called me and said that something happened to his dad (whom he said he has issues with) and that he was hospitalized in a city two hours south of here. He said he needed to focus all his energy on dealing with that and that he couldn’t be my boyfriend right now, explaining that he didn’t want to be with me at all if he couldn’t be with me 100 percent. He said it would be a few weeks before things got back to normal, and then maybe we could start dating again. I’m an eternal optimist and I want to believe that he still wants to be with me eventually, but I can’t ignore my logical side. I think that if he wanted to talk to me, he would have called me by now. Normally, I would shrug it off and move on already, but I’ve never met anyone with whom I’ve had such a strong connection. I want to be with him, and the things he has said lead me to believe that he feels the same way. What should I do? — Rushed Love Lost

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Love For Sale, Billboard-Style

Meet George Mauer. Depending on how you look at it, he’s either got really great friends or a bunch of the worst buddies on earth. His “friends” paid for a billboard in New Orleans that calls him “the New Orleans Lover,” and describes him as both loving philosophy and hating cheap alcohol. Has it really come to this, George? [Blame It On the Voices] Keep reading »

Style Stealer: Elle Fanning’s Premiere Looks

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Let the Elle Fanning fashion show begin. We watched Dakota‘s younger sister as she waltzed through the premieres of Sofia Coppola‘s latest flick, “Somewhere,” and we’re loving the 12-year-old’s age-appropriate and classy style. Not that we want you to dress like you’re 12, but you can still find some more grown-up inspiration from her outfit choices. Check it out after the jump.

“Fairly Legal” Makes Justice Look Totally Sexy

“What does justice look like? 5’5″, brunette, great smile.”

So begins the trailer for “Fairly Legal,” USA’s new legal drama starring Sarah Shahi of “The L Word” as Kate, a former lawyer now working as a mediator. “Fairly Legal” — the title is a play on the term “barely legal” — also trills “justice never looked so good!” and employs the tag line “Less lawyer. More appeal.”

The other promos are just as sexist — why, we even get to see the panties on her law school-educated derriere! Keep reading »

7 Celebrities Who’ve Played Cupid

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So, we’ve been wondering how exactly Jake Gyllenhaal and Taylor Swift hooked up, considering that they have a nine-year age difference and not too much in common. And now we have our answer: It’s Gwyneth Paltrow‘s fault. Apparently, she invited the both of them to a dinner party she had in London, and they hit it off. Cue their progression of coffee dates. [Huffington Post]

After the jump, some more celebs who played cupid, for better or worse.

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