“We’ve been the ‘it couple’ for the past decade. We want to return to who we were.”
—Michaele Salahi tells HBO that she and husband Tareq are so, so tired of being famous. Whoa, and we’re so, so tired of it, too. Why do these two insist on putting “kick me” signs on their back? [Newser]
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Your booty is a wonderland. But just what kind of ride is it? Size up your badonkadonk, and those fine assets around you, with our handy-dandy bootylicous guide. So, let’s skip the ifs and the ands. Let’s go straight to the butts!
“Untamed Vaginas.” Now that‘s a cover line — one you’ll never, ever see on the cover of a mainstream magazine. So the September issue of Cosmopolitan went with this big splashy cover line over Jessica Alba’s crotch: “Untamed Va-jay-jays: Guess What Sexy Style Is Back.”
This is too much for blogger Leah Chernikoff at Fashionista. Railing against the use of “va-jay-jay” from “Grey’s Anatomy” to “Oprah,” she now has a “desperate plea” for a “moratorium” on the word. “When I hear people say it out loud I am a little embarrassed,” Chernikoff wrote. “What’s wrong with saying ‘vagina’?” For what it’s worth, Khloe Kardashian, of all people, agrees with her. Keep reading »
Ever since I saw “Food, Inc.” and began researching toxins in beauty products through the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, I vowed to begin eating organic and non-processed when possible, and to gradually attempt to replace my beauty aids with natural (or as close to natural as possible) products. So when I got one mother of a cold sore last weekend, instead of opting for my chemical-infused lotions and balms, I remembered once being advised to try gel directly from an aloe vera plant. You’ll commonly find aloe vera mixed in with lotions, and while it’s generally thought to have great medicinal properties for healing skin, its effectiveness isn’t exactly proven. Keep reading »
Oh Joaquin Phoenix. We loved you in “Walk the Line” and “Reservation Road.” And we’re even willing to let it slide that you were in all those crappy M. Night Shyamalan movies. But this current thing you’re doing — your fake-rapper fake-documentary”I’m Still Here” — is really bumming us out. It’s not that you made a pseudo-documentary that’s so depressing — it’s that it looks totally, ridiculously unfunny. And for that, we can’t forgive. Keep reading »