After splitting up with Leonardo DiCaprio, is Blake Lively rebounding with Green Lantern co-star Ryan Reynolds?
Blake and Ryan were spotted together in Boston, where they allegedly shared a morning make-out session. A source tells Hollywood Gossip, “Blake isn’t upset or fazed by the breakup with Leo at all. When Ryan took Blake to catch her train back to NYC they were making out and looked really happy together.” Read more…
The love affair of Leonardo DiCaprio and Blake Lively has taken many twists and turns, but the strangest of all are reports that the “Gossip Girl” star reeled in the ladies’ man by following The Rules. Too young to remember The Rules? It’s a dating advice book published by two women in 1995 that prescribed 35 different “rules” for alluring, snagging, and domesticating the male species. The book advises a woman to never pay for herself on a date; never call him; rarely returns his calls; never accept a Saturday night date after Wednesday; end phone calls and dates first; and return one email for every four he sends. Some of the self-help wisdom contained therein is just obvious, such as reminding women that if you show a man your Pikachu on the first date he might not assume you’re looking for a serious relationship. But the rest of it is just a convoluted series of mind games with cult-like restrictions like “Don’t discuss the rules with your therapist” and “Do the rules, even if your friends and parents think it’s nuts.” The premise behind the book is that all men like “the chase,” so women need to make them work for it.
So, how did Blake use The Rules to supposedly snag her man? Keep reading »
Women always be changing their hair. It’s a maxim you can set your watch to. And celebrity ladies are no different. In fact, whether it’s for a role, because of a breakup, or simply because their agent told them putting blue streaks in their locks might garner them an extra bit of press (looking at you, Lauren Conrad), famous ladies are just as guilty as the rest of us of making impetuous hair moves. After the jump, we review some of the big hair changers so far this year — women who have gone from long to short, from short to long, from blonde to red and right back again. And don’t forget to tell us whose hair you covet and who you think should probably be sporting a paper bag over their head these days.
“[Baking cupcakes] was just a way to sabotage Ryan. He was working out as much as he was, and I’m the girl. I’m supposed to look better.”
—Blake Lively jokes at a “Green Lantern” press conference about why she baked so many cupcakes while making the movie. Or at least, she’s sorta joking here. Something tells me that might actually have been the motivation. [People]
But Ryan Reynolds didn’t mind. Here his response after the jump Keep reading »
Dudes, want to plan a date that will have Blake Lively eating out of the palm of your hand? Or at least, straightening the Mickey Mouse ears on your head? Take the woman to Disneyland! Blake and new rumored boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio headed there on Sunday night, right after the MTV Movie Awards. The two went on StarTours and hung out at a penny arcade on Main Street.
But interestingly, Blake also went with Ryan Gosling back when it was rumored they were dating. Keep reading »
“I just wanna say to all the girls out there, it’s cool to be bad, I get it … but it’s also possible to make it in Hollywood without a reality show. When I came up in this business, if you made a sex tape, you were embarrassed and you hid it under your bed and if you took naked pictures of yourself on your cellphone, you hid your face. Hide your face! I just want to say to all the girls out there it’s OK to be a good girl. I’m trying to make it cool.”
—Reese Witherspoon is not one to make bitchy comments, so I was surprised when she snarked on fellow celebs with reality shows, sex tapes, and cell phone nudie pics while accepting her Generation Award at last night’s MTV Movie Awards. I’m assuming with the sex tape comment she was taking a swipe at Kim Kardashian/Paris Hilton/Tila Tequila and their ilk. But was the nude cellphone pics comment pointed at Blake Lively, who has vehemently said the alleged naked photos of her released last week are fakes? I don’t disagree with her gripes, per se, but it was hella ballsy to say that with Lively sitting in the audience. And don’t even get me started on dissecting her “good girl”/”bad girl” comments. My gender-studies-minor head will explode. [TMZ] Keep reading »