So is it good timing or good publicity? Just days after Chris Brown plead guilty to assaulting Rihanna, Cover Girl decided to rerun television and print ads featuring the Barbados Beauty. They pulled the ads in February after photos of Rihanna’s bruised face and blackened eye surfaced online. The ads feature a smiling Rihanna in a gold dress and fishnets asking viewers to “turn up the light in your eyes.” [Daily Mail U.K.] Keep reading »
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You bitches crack us up! In honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the Internet, we’re giving away prizes! Each week we’ll award you awesome chatty Cathy’s a little something special. This week, one winner will receive a Clare Vivier Bag. Without further adieu, the lucky winner of this week’s Gift For Gab. Keep reading »
The war on Michelle Obama continues. This time it’s not her looks that her critics are attacking, but her sobriety. According to The National Enquirer, “Michelle Obama – cracking under the pressure of being First Lady – is drinking way more than she should, friends fear.” Oh really? The tabloid lists “close sources,” “friends,” and “insiders” who have lined up to tattle on Michelle’s excessive drinking habits which include: “overindulging during (her) date night” with the President in New York City on May 30th; knocking down “a glass or two of champagne” on a private jet and downing “two martinis during dinner at the Greenwich Village restaurant Blue Hill.
” That doesn’t exactly qualify for a membership at Alcoholics Anonymous, otherwise we’d be seeing her there, but the National Enquirer must have different standards. [via I Hate The Media] Keep reading »
The sparkly glove, the red and black leather jacket, the v-neck white tee. By this point we can all spot the stylish pieces that the King of Pop wore for some of his most major performances. His outfits, just like his music, inspired others and created trends. Here are some of MJ’s most legendary pieces – and the places you can get them.
It can be hard to keep track of memories, especially when you switch apartments every year and the movers keep misplacing boxes. This ring holds extra special keepsakes right on your finger, where you can see them whenever you need a little boost. Or, if you need a place to stash a dose of birth control, that works, too. [$108, Yellowgoat Handmade Jewelry & Design Objects, Etsy] Keep reading »
Next time you are falling asleep and your man is crawling all over you trying get some action, tell him to eat something. After all, he’ll get more pleasure out of it. Sounds crazy, right? Well, an Australian study gave dudes a “pleasure quotient test” to figure out how much they liked certain activities. And surprise! Eating came in first, as the best and most amazing activity of all. (Us gals already knew that. Think: PMS + hot fudge sundaes.) Eating was followed by personal accomplishments and relaxing. Physical arousal came in FOURTH. That’s right. Just a fun fact you can drop when it seems appropriate. [Asylum] Keep reading »
Infidelity. I can’t decide if I’m totally shocked or wholly unsurprised by the U.K.’s Daily Mail claim that French women get married knowing (and expecting) their husbands will cheat. When Brit Lucy Wadham married her French boyfriend she had no idea he would keep on keeping on in the bedroom with all of his ex-lovers. She details a night she unknowingly attended what’s called a partouze, subtle French for “group trysts”—only figuring it out after stumbling in on three dinner party guests in a guest bedroom. Infidelity was (and is) a way of life, she explains—and not without her own propositions, either!
This all just brings us back to the universal relationship question—are we or aren’t we built for monogamy? Is marital bliss something to work for or shall we think like the French and embrace our genetic need for multiple partners? [Daily Mail U.K.] Keep reading »
In response to his debacle with Perez Hilton in Toronto after the Much Music Awards, Will.i.am created a video to defend himself. Of course, Perez Hilton wanted to have the last word, so he posted a video response. The people over at Funny Or Die couldn’t resist taking advantage of the fact that it’s pretty impossible to watch the 11-minute narrative while keeping a straight face. Above is their parody, featuring Breckin Meyer with a quick appearance by Zac Efron. [I wonder how Perez felt about that. He has a crush on Zac! -- Editor] Breckin, where you been since “Clueless?” Keep reading »
Hot Hollywood couple Megan Fox and Shia LaBoeuf dined in downtown New York City last night. The sexy dress plus this grandpa cardi has her looking like a slutty Mr. Rogers. We know Shia likes older women — like his mom, but young women dressed as old men? Now that’s kinky. [NYC, 6/25/09] Keep reading »
Ummm… file this under “who even came up with this?!” I don’t know if the “Girls Wearing Seat Belts” fetish actually exists or if someone is just trying to mess with our minds, but Jalopnik posted a gallery of this exceptionally odd fixation. Albeit, most of the images don’t feature your everyday girl buckling up cause it’s the law––rather they are scantily clad women whose privates are only covered by the belts. But I still just don’t see the appeal. Maybe it’s like bondage light? Check some of the most interesting pics after the jump. Keep reading »