Rachel Zoe Talks Dressing Anne Hathaway For The Oscars, While 9 Months Pregnant

"I found out when everybody else did. My reaction was, 'Of course I’m pregnant. Why wouldn’t I be pregnant during this time?' ... It was exciting because this was the ultimate project. What we tried to do was be super diverse in the choices — from the Vivienne Westwood, which was a corseted ball gown,… More »

Heidi Klum Takes Off Her Undies For Jay Leno

What makes famous women take off their underwear? Jay Leno. In a sketch on last night's show, Ross Matthew asked celebs at the Oscars to contribute something to Jay's gift bag. Jamie Foxx relinquished his sunglasses; Hayden Panettiere kissed a napkin as a contribution; Tori Spelling talked incessantly about her crotchless Spanx—which, way too… More »

Conservative Women To Honor “Gentlemen” On Campus This March

By: Jessica Wakeman / March 1, 2011
It's Women's History Month, sisters, but you wouldn't know it based on one women's group's plans. The Network of Enlightened Women, a conservative group, is hosting its annual Gentleman's Showcase on college campuses during the month of March. The Gentleman's Showcase seeks to honor young men who "behave like gentlemen" based… More »

Ryan Gosling Talks To Animals

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 1, 2011
Oh my god, you guys, I think I just died a little inside. Ryan Gosling went to a zoo (with Evan Rachel Wood, but let's ignore that fact because I refuse to entertain the notion that anything could be going on there) in Cincinnati and took all sorts of adorable photos with animals. I would… More »

Scholarship For White Men Only Offered In Texas

By: Jessica Wakeman / March 1, 2011
A group is offering a scholarship to white men only, according to conservative news web site The Daily Caller. Any male Texas resident who is at least 25 percent Caucasian with a 3.0 GPA and financial need can apply for a $500 scholarship from The Former Majority Association for Equality. The group i… More »

Shopping Guide: The Capelet Caper

By: Julie Gerstein / March 1, 2011