Bankrupt “Real Housewife” Sonja Morgan Blames It On … John Travolta?

Sonja Morgan of “The Real Housewives of New York City” is joining Teresa Giudice on the “Real Housewives” broke list. Morgan recently filed for bankruptcy, citing that she was more than $19 million in debt. While some may think all the money was carelessly spent on handbags and brunches, Sonja is pointing the finger at John Travolta. Keep reading »

Do Not Want: Troxins “Cameo” Necklace

The description says this necklace is good for any “dead girl,” but this jumble of plastic vomit looks worse than any rotting corpse! I would understand if this was a Halloween special — but it isn’t. It’s for-realz. Actually, with its detailed “zombie hands” and bats, I think I just died a little on the inside. All yours for the way-too-high price of $24. [Too Fast] Keep reading »

This Month In The Lady Mags: December Mags, Already?

The holidays are coming up and you can’t hide from them anymore. Luckily, the December magazines are here with oodles of tips on how to give awesome gifts and look your best. Read on to see which of this month’s mags gives you the most for $3.99, and don’t be afraid to get a few gift ideas for what to get your favorite Frisky writer. Keep reading »

Cher’s Brilliant Relationship Advice For Christina Aguilera

“We were like old chatty girlfriends that could not stop talking. They had to drag us to set a few times because we were late just talking about love and relationships and life. … She said, ‘You know, honey, husbands come and go, but I am still Cher at the end of the day.’”

Christina Aguilera talks about her off-screen rapport with her “Burlesque” co-star, Cher. That’s pretty good advice. [People] Keep reading »

Barbie Gets Angel-fied

Farrah Fawcett gets a posthumous Barbie makeover. In February, you can own the Farrah Barbie for a mere $1,500. Striped blanket included. All proceeds will go to the Farrah Fawcett Foundation, which funds cancer prevention and awareness. [The Hairpin] Keep reading »

Cash & Coupling: Divorce In Your Future? Here Are 4 Steps To Take Before You Tie The Knot!

When I think prenup, I think Donald Trump protecting his vast fortune from gold-digging spouses. But this is an outdated point of view. Getting a prenuptial agreement is actually a very savvy move for a pragmatic couple. Prenups are an example of one of the important financial choices women can make from the outset of a marriage to minimize the financial upheaval in the worst-case scenario: divorce. Though few of us see ourselves as future-divorcees, I’ve come up with a few recommendations for preemptive, defensive financial management, just in case. Divorce still typically incurs much more financial harm to women than men. These four tips offer basic, fundamental financial safeguards that are only logical in an age of high divorce rates. Keep reading »

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