It’s become painfully obvious that Bethenny Frankel isn’t returning for the next season of “The Real Housewives of New York City.” Instead, Bravo has replaced her with another brunette, single mother Cindy Barshop. She has one-year-old twin girls named Zoe and Jesse and is also the founder of Completely Bare, a hair removal spa in NYC. [That's where I get my pubes removed! -- Editor] A friend says Cindy is close with Jill Zarin, Bethenny’s former BFF, but we know how quickly Jill will destroy that friendship if Cindy gets more airtime. I cannot wait for the new season to begin! [Hollywood Hiccups] Keep reading »
About a month ago, upon discovering an insanely sexy photoshoot
of Stephen Dorff
magazine (promoting his new movie “Somewhere”), I wondered, Where the hell has he been?
Well, MTV has just reminded me that Dorff co-starred in the 2004 video for Britney Spears
‘ “Everytime,” which was her response to Justin Timberlake
‘s “Cry Me A River” video. Anyway, good sport Stephen sat down with MTV and did a frame-by-frame analysis of the video. Apparently, it was his idea to jump into the bathtub at the end — shoes and all — to save a suicidal Brit from imminent death. I really think that took the video up a notch, don’t you? [MTV
via NY Mag
] Keep reading »
There was an entertaining piece in Glamour about the editor-in-chief’s hubby spending a day doing what he sees in lady mags and blogging all about his adventures. Naturally, he started his day by slipping into a pair of jeggings. He refers to them as “junderwear.” His poor junk. Mr. Lady Mag also experimented with carrying his cat in his purse, going vegan, obsessing about his abs, and, of course, spicing it up in the sack. That got me thinking, what would my day look like if I let men’s mags be my guide? Find out, after the jump … Keep reading »
“Not trying to be arrogant, but if I walked down the street and a girl saw me, she might take a look back because maybe I’m good-looking, right?”
– Justin Bieber on his appeal with tha ladiez in the new issue of Vanity Fair. Whatever, Biebs. I’m 31, I don’t get you and this cover is giving me the pukes. VF is one of those magazines I use mostly for display in my apartment — like, it hides the stack of Us Weekly and Lucky magazines so I can look smart to guests. But this issue won’t exactly have the same effect, will it? Way to defeat the purpose of your magazine, VF! I’m canceling my subscription! [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »
I was at a party a few years ago, where Mikey, one of my gay best friends, and I were having one of our heart-to-hearts. “Devon and I broke up,” he announced.
“What, why!? You seemed so perfect together,” I gasped.
“Eh, we were both tops,” he sighed. Keep reading »