Kim Zolciak’s Double Wardrobe Malfunction

Tonight on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Kim Zolciak performs “Tardy for the Party” in front of an enormo crowd. This video of her preparing to go on stage totally cracked me up, because it contains two wardrobe malfunctions. First, Kim’s boobs are totally popping out of her dress, requiring her stylist to add an around-the-neck strap (after she flashes him a few times), at which point—they’re still popping out. And then as she walks to the stage—eek—her skirt won’t stay down in the wind. Kim, if you’re so concerned about people seeing your business, I’m gonna suggest picking gig outfits with a touch more fabric. Just a thought. Keep reading »

10 Celebrities Who Made Comebacks Via Funny Cameos

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Mel Gibson has not done himself any favors in the past few years. First, there was the infamous “sugar-tits,” “The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world” tirade while being busted for a DUI in 2006. Then this year, his baby mama Oksana Grigorieva accused him of punching her and waving a gun at her, and tapes of his spine-chilling rants during the fight have made their way around the interwebs. Finally, Mel was dropped by his agency in July. So what is he doing to try to undo all the career damage? Mel has signed on for a cameo in “The Hangover 2.” He’ll supposedly be playing a Bangkok tattoo artist in the flick, and will be filming his scenes two weeks from now. [NY Post]

I think Mel has done enough terrible stuff to have earned a permanent place in the category of “Hollywood pariah.” But even I have to admit that doing this cameo is a brilliant move. After the jump, stars who have forged comebacks on the back of a hilarious cameo.

Quick! Where Does Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce Keep All The Whiskey?

A “Mad Men” fan with far too much time on his/her hands has used to lay out the hallowed offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. I am glad to know the whiskey reserves are plentiful in case Topaz pantyhose pulls their business. But I spot one egregious oversight: Miss Blankenship/Megan‘s desk! [Laughing Squid] Keep reading »

Shopping Guide: 10 Ways To Wear Corduroy

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Corduroy isn’t just for pants. There are tons of creative ways to wear the soft and cozy fall fabric. For example, you can wear it on a dress …

Dahlia Corduroy Floral Belted Dress, $92.68, Asos

“Man Men” Creator Matt Weiner Defends Betty Draper

— “Mad Men” creator Matt Weiner on Betty Draper, the Rorscarch test of our time. Kate and Amelia seem to hate her, but I’m with Matt Weiner: give Bets a break! The new Mrs. Francis is just a product of her time. [New York] Keep reading »

Quotable: Betty Draper Just Like All Our Mothers

“The question of Betty Draper’s motherhood is very peculiar to me. Because we were all raised by women like this. And I know it’s easy to hate her and think she seems childish and impulsive. We’re all here because of women like that. We’ll see how those kids turn out. They could end up being TV writers.”

— Matthew Weiner, “Mad Men” creator, defending Better Draper’s parenting skills. It’s unclear whether the “we” in “we’re all here because of women like that,” refers to writers, TV writers, entertainers, or, literally, everyone. I’ll speak for myself and say I am not here — as a person, a woman, a wife, or a writer — because of a woman like Betty Draper. My mother, like everyone else, isn’t without her flaws, but if she raised me the way Betty is raising her children, I think the only place I’d be right now is in serious psychotherapy. Weiner went on to say, “People must see a lot in themselves, or they wouldn’t be reacting so strongly [to Betty]. I guarantee one thing: If she weren’t so good-looking, they wouldn’t have a problem.” Uh, it’s not her beauty that’s disarming people. Keep reading »

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