“I usually take away one close relationship from every job, some romantic, some not … I’m not shy, but I feel like I give off more confidence than I really have. I get in trouble for being overly friendly at times.”
—Rachel McAdams dishes on her tendency to date her co-stars in the latest issue of In Style. Oh, so Michael Sheen is like a souvenir from the set of “Midnight In Paris”? [via People] Keep reading »
Last night’s “Dancing with the Stars” brought a very special surprise. Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas dancing in monkey suits while doing the jive to the theme song from my favorite old TV show, “The Monkees.” See the girl monkey who can’t quite keep up? Yeah, that’s Bristol. I wonder if Sarah Palin watched the performance and felt like she was back in Alaska, watching grizzly bears fight? [Newser] Keep reading »
There are plenty of things to say about golden girl Meghan McCain, 26, who has parlayed being John McCain‘s daughter into a full-time job: She writes a column for The Daily Beast, has written a new book called Dirty Sexy Politics, and has a gig on ABC’s “This Week.” After she called Delaware senatorial candidate Christine O’Donnell a “nutjob” this Sunday on “This Week,” Meghan provoked the ire of more hard-line Republicans and their cohorts.
Did they go after her bad manners for calling a public figure a nutjob? Did they go after her family connections? No, they took sexist potshots at her big boobs. Keep reading »
The LeBron 8 is the latest sneaker collaboration between Nike and LeBron James. Now that LeBron is a player for the Miami Heat, Nike has taken a South Beach approach to the LeBron 8, which means a heinous turquoise and hot pink color combination. Sports Grid describes the LeBron 8 best: “It looks like an 80’s coke lord had a baby with the Miami Dolphin.” The sad part is that the sneakers won’t even match LeBron’s Miami Heat uniform. Keep reading »
Last week, I came at you with the most depressing “Dater X” ever. I was feeling sad, and lonely, not to mention disappointed after realizing that Brown Eyes and I don’t have relationship potential after all. As I pressed send on that last column, I asked myself a question: Would you rather have met someone a few months after your last long-term relationship ended, and not have done the dating life for the past few years?
My first answer was: Duh, of course! But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that wasn’t actually true. I’ve learned a whole freaking lot in the past few years as a single woman—about myself, about people, and about the nature of relationships. I wouldn’t give that up. Keep reading »