Star Couplings: Katie Holmes Buckles, But Doesn’t Fall Under Tom Cruise’s Watchful Eye

  • According to Star, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have been having some booze-fueled fights lately. [Star] — But something tells me they’ll stay together for the kids.
  • Evan Rachel Wood feels disrespected by the press for spreading the rumor that she and Mickey Rourke hooked up. [DListed] — Truthfully, I’d take Rourke over Marilyn Manson any day.
  • Naomi Watts is quite content with just being Liev Schreiber’s girlfriend and mother of his children. [Perez Hilton]
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    The Perfect T-Shirts For Every Kind of Valentine’s Day

    Looking for just the right T-shirt to fit your Valentine’s Day mood? Every Little Counts has a selection of graphic T’s that work with any Valentine’s situation — whether you’re on the prowl, in love, or ready to get busy. Feel like making love? This one‘s for you. If you’re coming off a breakup, love hangover may do the trick. A violent, sensual, sensitive girl? Here you go. If you’re hunting for totally, tenderly, tragic Mr. Right, this might help. Or, maybe you just want to make out. The line was created by Amy Snider, a Los Angeles-based designer, who’s also a blogger. [Every Little Counts] Keep reading »

    The Calvin Klein Orgy Commercial That’s Too Hot For (American) TV

    Holy hotness, does this Calvin Klein commercial make me want to go out and buy some jeans to wear when I’m writhing around on the couch topless with a few hot models straddling me. It’s been banned in the U.S. but will, of course, be shown in way less prudish Europe. Keep reading »

    What Are Your Rules For Friendship On Facebook?

    Burger King ran a promotion this month called “Whopper Sacrifice,” in which a free burger was offered to anyone who deleted 10 friends on Facebook. When Burger King started sending notifications to castoffs letting them know they’d been dumped for a tenth of a whopper, Facebook suspended the campaign. All this got me thinking: what else besides the lure of free fast food makes people un-friend someone? And how do people decide whom to friend in the first place? In an article in the Times this week, a recent graduate of Harvard (where Facebook got its start) advised “culling your friend list once a year to remove total strangers and other hangers-on. Keeping your numbers down gives you more leeway to be selective about whom you approve in the first place,” he said. Keep reading »

    Quickies!: Barack Obama Does Some Of The “Single Ladies” Choreography

  • President Obama “Put A Ring On It” in front of Beyonce. Priceless! [EW.com]
  • Papa Simpson supposedly screwed Nick Lachey out of $500,000 for a fitness video, when he instead arranged for Jessica Simpson to do the video alone for the full price of $1 million. [Perez Hilton] — Gotta love a dad who has your and HIS best interests at heart.
  • Finally, a real use for Crocs — a doggie bed. I guess if Fido is going to chew the hell out of a “shoe” it might as well be his own fugtastic bed. [DListed]
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    Trend Watch: Pregnant Brides On The Rise

    A lot of brides have already got something old, something borrowed, and something blue, but now they’ve really got something new — baby bumps! According to the Daily Mail U.K., there was a sudden rise in maternity bridal dress sales to satisfy the estimated 20,000 brides in Britain who were with child on their big day last year. That number accounts for a record 10% of women under 45 who are tying the knot for the first time! Here in the States, one in six brides is preggers — just like Jennifer Garner and Jessica Alba when they married their spouses. And these gals are not just waddling down the aisle on their wedding day wearing a muumuu; they’re going for traditional white gowns with big price tags. Keep reading »

    Five Reasons Why We’d Love An Obama Baby

    By now you’ve heard the totally unsubstantiated rumor that Michelle Obama might be pregnant. The chances of it being true are slim. After all, having just turned 45 years old, Michelle is of the age where it’s very difficult to conceive naturally, and something tells me that she and Barack (Is it disrespectful to be on a — one-sided — first name basis with the President and the First Lady?) aren’t making top secret trips to the fertility clinic. So, knowing this rumor is most likely going to end up being just that — a rumor — we can’t help but feel a little giddy at the thought of an Obama baby. Five reasons why, after the jump… Keep reading »

    Replacements For Domino Magazine

    We are really heartbroken that Conde Nast has chosen to close Domino magazine and its website, DominoMag.com. So we decided to find replacements on the web, where you can continue to find awesome home decor and design inspiration! Keep reading »

    The Five Support Groups We Really Need In This Day And Age

    We couldn’t help but roll our eyes at this story in the New York Times about Dating a Banker Anonymous, a new support group for women who are married to/dating/shagging financial scions whose lives, and paychecks, have taken a turn for the worse in the abysmal economy. Here’s a sample quote:

    “Once it was seen as a blessing in certain circles to have a wealthy partner who would leave you alone with the credit card while he was busy brokering deals. Now, many Wall Street wives, girlfriends and, increasingly, exes, are living the curse of cutbacks in nanny hours and reservations at Masa or Megu. And that credit card? Canceled.”

    Oh, the horror. Keep reading for the spouse support groups we’d like to see… Keep reading »

    Science Says I’ve Found My Mate

    I have a crush on a guy who rides the subway with me. I’ve only seen him a few times, but I just have a feeling we’d hit it off if we ever spoke to one another. According to a study by Rutgers University Professor Helen Fisher, I might know more about this guy than I think I do. She and her team took MRIs of people’s brains while looked at their significant other, and the results showed increased activity in regions including the ventral tegmental area of the brain, which is associated with heightened focus, motivation, energy, and pleasure. “This has evolved from nature — mammals in mating season become attracted when they see another that matches their concept of a perfect mate,” Fisher said. “There’s every reason to think that humans do exactly the same thing.” Sigh. I knew orange-jacket guy and I belong together. [Guardian U.K.] Keep reading »

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