Apparently, singer Christina Aguilera and husband Jordan Bratman have split. Reportedly, the couple has been separated for a few months, and while there are supposedly no current plans for divorce, this doesn’t look good. Aguilera, 29, and Bratman, 33, married five years ago in a lavish Napa Valley wedding. They have one son, Max, who was born in 2008. The two met in 2001, when Bratman began working for Aguilera’s record label. “They were very much in love,” a source told Us. “But over the last six months, it became clear they were more like friends than husband and wife.” What is this, divorce season? First Lara Dern and Ben Harper. Then Courteney Cox and David Arquette. It’ll be interesting to see how these all play out when it comes to those who had pre-nups and those who did not. [TMZ] Keep reading »
I’m a little slow on the uptick here because I couldn’t care less about football players and their weenies. But! Some of you may have heard that Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, a married man, might have been a naughty boy. Two years ago, when he played for the New York Jets, Favre allegedly sent photos of his penis to a former Jets sideline reporter and model/actress named Jenn Sterger, after contacting her through MySpace and leaving her voice mails asking to come to her hotel.
Jenn Sterger, who is no longer with the Jets either, has not spoken publicly about the alleged incidents. In fact, voicemails and pictures from Favre were made public by a third party, which the sports blog Deadspin.com purchased. Sterger has not filed a formal sexual harassment complaint — yet. Keep reading »
Who’s with us when we say that nude tights are just kinda … boring? And yet we definitely have days where we want a natural leg look, but a) don’t want to be freezing without pantyhose and b) don’t want to look like an ice skater or senior citizen. The solution? These quaint Forever 21 sheer tights that add a sexy garter-like printed detail above the knee, and are definitely not boring.
Ladies — always mucking up the important film narratives for the dudes, am I right? That’s why this extensive “female character flowchart” is so handy: You can easily figure out which terribly cliched movie trope you’re watching by simply consulting the chart. Is she a “psycho feminist lesbian amazon” or a “happy single teenage mom”? A “mama bear” or a “manic pixie dream girl”? Consult the chart and find out! [Overthinking It] Keep reading »
“It was all about what we could do to have fun with nothing. She would come home at like three, four o’clock in the morning, and she would wake me up in the middle of the night and we’d go grocery shopping. My mom lived a fast life … that was so much fun. We would have a blast and buy a hundred dollars in groceries. It was just the best day ever.”
—Minka Kelly opens up about her stripper mother in Esquire, which named her the Sexiest Woman Alive. Does it make anyone else sad that buying $100 worth of groceries at 4 a.m. was her best childhood memory? [People] Keep reading »