Brad Womack Swears He’s A Changed Man

“I’ve changed. I’m ready to meet someone. [I've done] intensive therapy [to] try and determine where I went wrong, how I could fix myself, how I could change the things I needed to change to help me find somebody … I want to come home to a beautiful family and provide for them.”

Brad Womack swears he’s no longer a commitment-phobe, and that he will meet someone on his second time around as “The Bachelor.” Are we convinced, or do we still think this is a terrible idea? [People] Keep reading »

17 Cheap Dates Men Actually Like

We here at The Frisky love a good cheap date, and so do the guys at Esquire.com. So we got together and created two great guides for cheap dates: one for women and one for men. Check out our cheap date suggestions on Esquire.com: “17 Cheap Dates That She’ll Actually Like.” As for what the Esquire.com guys say they want in a cheap date, find out after the jump. Keep reading »

“Hellcats” Cram Session: The Truth About Injuries In Cheerleading


It’s “Hellcats” night, party people! As I’ve told you 901 times—this show has a special place in my DVR heart because it is based on a non-fiction book I wrote a few years back called Cheer: Inside The Secret World Of College Cheerleaders. Also, the show is awesome. So I hope you’ll be watching tonight at 9 p.m.

In the first three episodes, we’ve seen a cheerleader—Alice—topple off the top of a pyramid and break her wrist. And we witnessed another—Savannah’s sister—slip out of a stunt and be hospitalized for head injuries. So, you are probably wondering, how realistic is this? Keep reading »

Wayne Brady And Mike Tyson Redo Bobby Brown’s “Every Little Step” Video

I don’t know if you have to have been around to see the original version of Bobby Brown’s “Every Little Step” video to appreciate this oh-so faithful reenactment starring Wayne Brady and, um, Mike Tyson, but I find it to be totally hilarious. Mike needs to work on memorizing his choreography, though. Make sure to watch all the way through to catch “Celebrity Fit Club”-sort-of-grad Brown’s rapping resurrection. [Bishopia] Keep reading »

Her 10 Best Looks: Alexis Bledel

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Full disclosure here: I’ve never watched a complete episode of “Gilmore Girls,” the TV show that made Alexis Bledel famous, and I haven’t seen the sequel to “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.” Alexis just hasn’t been on my radar, but I’m the one who has totally missed out. In addition to having acting skills, her style skills aren’t anything to sneeze at. Somehow, Alexis is able to tweak her look, with a slight hair color or beauty change, yet still maintain her signature style. Check out her 10 best looks to see what I mean.

Which Single Woman Stereotype Are You?

In my early 20s, I’d say I was an Organic Slow and Steady. When I was engaged to my fiance, I definitely thought of myself as a Ritual Re-Inventor. And after our breakup? A Phoenix, baby. Nowadays, I’d consider myself an Organic Someday Mom Trailblazer. What the hell am I talking about? These monikers are just some of the 12 “categories of single women” outlined in Michelle Cove’s Seeking Happily Ever After: Navigating the Ups and Downs of Being Single Without Losing Your Mind (and Finding Lasting Love Along the Way). MarieClaire.com has the full list of single woman types and their brief explanations, writing that Cove “interviewed more than 100 women and talked to them about how relationships based on what they think they should want often leave them unhappy. She tried to determine what it was that they truly wanted — in the process, getting readers to think a little more deeply about what their dream relationship might really be like.” Keep reading »

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