Are We Up To Date On Our Satanic Ritual Markings?

I thought we could use a little brush-up lesson on how to identify a corpse ravaged by Satanists. I hope this girl got paid well to play a Satanically marked dead body in a bikini being prodded by a dirty old man. I’m glad he had the good sense not to demonstrate the “penis placed inside the mouth of the dead person” bit. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

10 Celebs Who’ve Tried Screenwriting

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Living in Los Angeles, it’s a cliché to say you’re working on a screenplay. For 90 percent of those people, nothing will ever come of it. However, if you’re already mega-famous and totally awesome, like Natalie Portman, people will certainly pay more attention. The Harvard-educated actress has been shopping around a screenplay for a “ribald comedy” she wrote with friend Laura Moses. The script is called “BYO” and is about two 20-somethings who’re useless at love and decide to throw a party where women “bring your own” eligible bachelor. Portman wants to take on one of the roles while Anne Hathaway is supposedly interested in co-starring. The flick is being described as a female “Superbad,” and the comedy is hardly PG. Rumor has it that on page five of the script, one of the main characters is caught giving a 15-year-old a blowie! Several studios have passed already, but perhaps it will become an indie flick? [PopEater, Film Drunk]

I can’t imagine that Portman wrote anything that’s less than brilliant, but maybe she could use some advice from the following celebs who’ve tried their hand at screenwriting?

Rihanna Won’t Get Naked For Money

“I got a few offers to do Playboy actually. They want to pay [me] to be naked on the cover. If I’m gonna take my clothes off, it has to be in a classy way and my will, not a check. I wouldn’t take any money to do that.”

Rihanna has joined the ranks of famous ladies who’ve turned down Playboy. And yes, that was the sound of a thousand broke artists and photographers clammering to convince her to disrobe for them for the sake of art. [PopEater] Keep reading »

Move Over Girlies, Boys Are Taking Over The Pageant Scene


There’s some new pageant competition in town: boys! Over the past five years, the number of tap-dancin’, lip-gloss wearin’, catwalk-workin’ lil’ dudes has doubled. Nearly 10 percent of beauty pageant contestants are male. Yeah, break that glass ceiling, kiddies! While normally, I’d probs take this opportunity to make a few jabs at the whole “Toddlers & Tiaras” superficiality, just seeing this lil’ pageant superstar, Zander Miller, so excited about getting his nails done makes me smile from ear to ear. Everyone needs an outlet of expression—I’m lucky I’ve got The Frisky. So, it’s just fab that children nowadays can be who they are and ignore grownups raising their eyebrows. Work it, boys! We’re rootin’ for ya! [The Hairpin] Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “My Ex Hit Me And Now He Wants Me Back”

I started a long-distance (1,500 miles apart) relationship with a wonderful man in August of last year. Things were going great, but suddenly took a turn for the worse in January when he was diagnosed with cancer. I was able to take two semesters off from school to go be his caregiver. We continued to build our relationship and he constantly expressed his gratitude for my being there. Unfortunately, about a month into his treatment, he started to become verbally abusive, and began to pick fights. Months went by, and threats of hitting me turned into actually hitting me, on two occasions. I reached out to his family and friends for support, but he told them I was a crazy liar. I begged him to see a therapist, or to talk to his doctor about the medications and steroids he was on, but he refused. When he was done his last round of chemo and in remission, I ended the relationship, packed my bags and went home. We have stayed in contact, and he surprised me last weekend by driving out to visit me. He spent a few days at my apartment, and was once again the man I fell in love with. He told me that he’d told his family about the abuse, that he loved me, and that he wants to get back together. My friends think I should cut all contact with him, and that he lost his chance to be with me once he hit me. I think his behavior was caused by the drugs and steroids he was on, so my decision isn’t easy. Is it really as cut-and-dry as my friends think, or can I give him a second chance? — Abused Caregiver

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Naturally Synthetic Mirrored Fox Brooch

Find your inner spirit animal in this super cool mirrored fox brooch by British label Bena. We love the way the printing has created an ombre effect, as well as the play of a natural animal theme combined with synthetic materials. Definitely a conversation piece, this brooch can also double as a makeup mirror when you’re on the go. You’ll never have to put lipstick on in a window reflection again!

[$44.00 FarFetch.com]
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