Awesome Tweet: Kelly Cutrone Does Not Endorse The Baby Food Diet, Thank You Very Much

We’re not sure that when we bash on bad celeb behavior—like the baby food diet trend—that it actually makes a difference in Hollywood. When fashion power lady Kelly Cutrone says something, however, people might just listen. Here’s something embarrassing: When Stephanie Pratt tweeted about loving the baby food diet cleanse, Kelly took her down, saying: “So crazy that all of these hollywood girls are eating babyfood – wtf – what kind of a message is this -it makes me waaah for the future,” and “There is a long list of Hollywood mega stars who eat babyfood nice one gals – great message- Toddler Chic – Toddlers in Tiaras watch out.” Toddlers in tiaras! Thank goodness someone in the entertainment business is willing to slam Hollywood for creating truly deranged images and role models. [Twitter] Keep reading »

Dennis Rodman Broadcasts Orgy For Party Guests

Oopsie! Dennis Rodman does the craziest things when he’s been drinking. After some shout-outs on the mic as a celeb guest at Hotel Indigo in the Hamptons, Dennis took six ladies up to his room for an orgy. Why not, right? Just an average Sunday night for Dennis. Only problem was he forgot to turn off his cordless microphone and all of the guests downstairs heard Dennis talking very dirty to his harem. Lesson learned. Always make sure your mic is off when you’re about to have a drunken orgy. Or time to go back to rehab, Dennis Rodman. [NY Post] Keep reading »

Mind Of Man: What Men Now Know About Women

Gillian Telling, author of the book Dirty Girls: The Naked Truth About Our Guilty Secrets (Unpretty, Unclean, and Utterly Horrifying), recently wrote that women “don’t consider drunk kissing cheating, as long as we’re the ones doing the drunk kissing. We consider sex with another man cheating.” This was number 19 on her list of “20 Things Men Don’t Know About Women,” which she wrote for this fine internet publication. As you can imagine, there was a strong reaction in the comments section to Gillian’s claim that women don’t count drunken make-outs as cheating. It was truly magical. There’s a scene in the beginning of the movie “Gladiator,” when Russell Crowe’s character Maximus is leading his Roman army in a battle against German barbarians. He turns to one of his lieutenants and growls, “On my mark, unleash hell.” It was like THAT in the comments. Keep reading »

Don’t Hide Your Fat, Thrust It!



No more diets or exercise! The Onion has come up with a way to combat unwanted body fat. You can just adjust your blubber into a more appealing shape. I love the idea of smushing my fat into a back hump and hiding it with a down coat. I think I’ll try that out tomorrow. Should be sexy. [The Onion] Keep reading »

Stuff White People Like … When It Comes To Online Dating

White women talk about Nicholas Sparks, Eat Pray Love, Carrie Underwood and mascara. Black women love lip gloss, self-help and “Pretty Woman.” Latinas are gung-ho for the “Twilight” saga and “Sixteen Candles.” For Asian women, it’s “A Walk To Remember,” lip balm, and Tuesdays With Morrie that make the cut. Middle Easterners get excited by Vogue and Elizabeth Gilbert, while for Indians it’s “When Harry Met Sally” and Jane Austen. Pacific Islanders just love Mitch Albom, chivalry, and a bargain.

You might be wondering what I am talking about. Keep reading »

Celebrity Activist We Love: Rosario Dawson

At a time when young celebrities are often ridiculed for their criminal hijinks and pseudo-activism, it’s important to remember that there are folks in Hollywood who actually want to use their celebrity for good. Take actress Rosario Dawson. Keep reading »

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