Hey ladies, have you ever spent any time as a strip club? Actually, gentleman, you can feel free to answer this next question too. What would you say your favorite part of the strip club experience is? The naked breasts? The thumping club music and late-’80s hair metal? The overpriced champagne? For Kirsten Dunst, who appears in the new movie “Bachelorette,” the best part of hanging out at Scores was … the food? Describing it as “damn good,” Dunst also told Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show,” “We had sushi, we had lamb chops. One of the guys in our movie, Kyle, was, like, ‘These are some of the best lamb chops I’ve ever had.’” You know, Scores is a pretty high-end establishment, so maybe the food isn’t the typical buffet fare of most strip clubs. But I’ll just take her word for it rather than finding out for myself. Clips of Kirsten’s full appearance on “The Tonight Show” are above!
One of the breakout stars of “Bridesmaids” — besides Melissa McCarthy — was Rebel Wilson, who played the female half of Kristen Wiig’s weird brother-sister roommate duo. Remember? She got the Mexican drinking worm tattoo from some guy in the back of van? Well, Wilson next appears as an exceedingly normal bride in “Bachelorette,” a dark comedy that also stars Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, and Lizzy Caplan as the bitter and drugged out friends who are planning her bachelorette party. Rebel appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night to promote the film, and the Australian talked up her teenage appreciation for American “gangsta rap” group Kriss Kross. She and her sister — who’s amazingly named LIBERTY — performed their songs at talent shows. To prove it, Rebel rapped some of their lyrics — and was decidedly not wiggity-wiggity-wack.
It’s wedding season, which means it’s bachelorette party season, which means purchases of pink feather boas and penis-shaped accessories are skyrocketing. Whether you’re looking for some fashion ideas for the big night out or want to bring some of that flamboyant bachelorette style into your everyday wardrobe, we’re spotlighting six must-have pieces inspired by bachelorette party style. Check ‘em out, after the jump… Keep reading »
The Sundance Film Festival is not just a place for swag bags and celebs hanging out for the paparazzi on Main Street. Nope, it’s hard work for journalists and publicists who are often running on fumes as we run through the snow to see the best (and worst) movies that are looking for distribution or buzz. I’m always on the lookout for the awesomest lady-centric films to hype because, let’s face it, they’re few and far between.
As always, Sundance offered some overhyped films, huge hits, and big misses. Luckily, I was there to sort the wheat from the chaff, and while I didn’t peep all of these movies, my trusted friends and colleagues did. Keep reading »
Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan and Rebel Wilson star in the upcoming dark (very dark!) comedy “Bachelorette,” and this week the three made the rounds at the Sundance Film Festival promoting the film. We are so excited to see this movie — especially since catching Rebel Wilson’s hilarious turn as one half of a creepy brother/sister roommate duo in “Bridesmaids.” In “Bachelorette,” Wilson plays a woman getting married whose three bridesmaids — played by Dunst, Caplan and Isla Fisher — plot against her. Thankfully, it seems that Wilson and her co-stars get along much better off screen. We love the casual looks they’re sporting at Sundance, and thought we’d try stealing their looks. Check out what we found after the jump.
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This month marks not only my 34th birthday (tomorrow!), but also the third anniversary of my move from Chicago to New York to move in with my now husband. I wasn’t sure at the time if I’d be getting my own place and just staying with him temporarily, or even if the relationship would work out. We’d been long distance up to that point and we were simply taking things to the “next level,” as they say and hoping for the best. Now that we’ve been married over a year, I guess it’s safe to say things have worked out. But being in a couple isn’t without some disadvantages and sacrifices, of course, and looking back on my single years, it’s apparent there were a few things I took for granted. I wouldn’t trade my present for my past (well, I’d take my 22-year-old ass back, please), but after the jump are 12 advantages of being single. Keep reading »
Bachelor and bachelorette parties have become synonymous with wild and reckless nights, the details of which are slightly obscured when describing it to significant others later. Movies like “Bachelor Party” and “The Hangover” paint the occasion as a shame-inducing free-for-all of alcohol and bawdiness, but it hasn’t always been that way. The origins of bachelor and bachelorette parties are remarkably tame when compared to the ones we know of today, so how did this once-low-key event get transformed into the craziest night of a groom- or bride-to-be’s life? Keep reading »
They said it wouldn’t last…and it didn’t. Another “Bachelorette” pairing bit the dust this week, as Jesse Csincsak announced on the couple’s website that he and DeAnna Pappas had split, via YouTube video. Warning: It is kind of painful to watch. It seems DeAnna told Jesse that she loves him but isn’t “in love” with him. CLICHE ALERT! Apparently, “The Bachelorette” would only be physically affectionate with Jesse when the cameras were pointed at them, which seems like a pretty bad sign to me. Anyway, does this mean that DeAnnaAndJesse.com is going to be no more? [People] Keep reading »