As of today, the first Hebrew edition of Playboy is available in the Holy Land. American Playboy has been on news stands in Israel for years, but this is the first edition of the magazine featuring Israeli models and articles by Israeli writers. For whoever made the Playgoy joke, I hate to break it to you, but it doesn’t really work. A goy is a non-Jew. And the majority of Israel’s Hebrew-speaking population is Jewish. So WOMP, WOMP. As far as how Israel’s the Muslim population will react to the new edition of the magazine. Not so sure. [Buzzfeed]
Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst are such an ugly couple. They make me sick. At least these two fuggos found each other, because nobody else would want to date them, am I right? No, but seriously, how cute is it that Garrett escorted his lady to the Yves Saint Laurent show? Dreams, baby, dreams. [Photo: FameFlynet]
Meet my future pet Tang Yuan. Nickname “Fluffy Rice Ball.” At 38 days old, this Alaskan Malamute already weighs over 40 pounds. Owner Wang Xian says he doesn’t feed Fluffy Rice Ball too much, his breed just happens to grow very quickly.
“A lot of people said I abused the dog for making it so fat, but its fluffy hair makes it look big,” said Wang Xian.
That fluff-to-face ratio is giving me full body squishes. I’m done for. Need to kidnap Fluffy RIGHT NOW and make him my cuddle slave. [Yahoo]
Fat Amy met Magic Mike and dang it, Channing Tatum looks thrilled. Wouldn’t you be, too, if you were hanging out with Rebel Wilson? [MTV.Tumblr.com]
Feeling slightly less than dazzling this afternoon? Me too. (It’s really grey and rainy and horrible outside and my hair is frizzy; what’s your excuse?) [Um, Rachel wrote this yesterday afternoon, but I didn't get a chance to put it up until this morning. Weather is much better today! -- Amelia] I could’ve used another shot of espresso in my Americano this morning, but who needs caffeine when you can instead harness the revitalizing power of Nicholas Hoult‘s steely blue gaze? Good looks, Hoult. Now, when will he be in NYC next? Asking for a friend.
Hey, check out the cast of “Oz the Great and Powerful” at the Russian premiere in Moscow! Mila Kunis looks gorgeous, and let me tell you, I am so relieved. For a second there I was concerned that Ashton had siphoned all the pretty out of her and was using it for his own black magic purposes. But here she is, looking lovely as ever, in a slightly labial frock. And then there’s post-breakup Michelle Williams, all gamine and fabulous as always — I just love a good collared dress.
Anyway, speaking of “Oz the Great and Powerful,” we’ve got an exclusive video introduction to the movie’s main characters, Oscar Diggs (James Franco), Glinda (Michelle Williams), Evanora (Rachel Weisz) and Theodora (Mila Kunis), after the jump! Keep reading »
You know what that means — SOMEBODY ATE ALL THE ENTENMANNS! [Photos: Pacific Coast News]
Banana yellow and peachy orange is a difficult combo for most everyone. But not for Solange, because she is some kind of superhuman style heroine, capable of pulling off even the most bright and garish color combos. Somehow she makes this otherwise untenable combination look chic and completely current. The very definition of well played. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
Jennifer Lawrence cemented her status as an adorable klutz when she fell up the stairs on the way to accept her Oscar for Best Actress. But her televised tumble was somehow also kind of graceful and gorgeous, wasn’t it? Tumblr user i-nsan proved that point by re-envisioning J.Law’s embarrassing moment as a striking ad for Christan Dior, designer of beautiful, if easy-to-trip-on gowns. Don’t be surprised if you see this in next month’s Vogue. [Tumblr]
This spread in Numero magazine is a headscratcher. Why did they hire a white model and cover her in brown makeup instead of just hiring a brown-skinned model? Or is she supposed to be a white woman in Africa who is, for some reason, Tanning Mom-level tan? Numero likely knew that photographing a 16-year-old white girl in heavy brown makeup, wearing colorfully printed clothing, next to the words “African Queen” would get people upset about blackface. And it worked. [Clutch Magazine]