I was really sad when Jimmy Kimmel and Sarah Silverman broke up in 2009, because I always found them to be hilarious and endearing together, a pairing that brought the masses humor and joy. Without their coupling, we wouldn’t have had “Fucking Matt Damon” or “Fucking Ben Affleck,” you guys. Well, luckily their split was a relatively amicable one, but it must have been awhile since they saw each other, because Sarah brought a bunch of stuff Jimmy left at her house before their breakup. Hilarious awkwardness ensues. Watch part one above and part two after the jump! Keep reading »
“I just believe that when a chapter is done, you have to close it and start that new one. That’s kind of where I am right now. I felt like I have so much to be thankful for at this time that my energy hasn’t really been focused on that. … I want to be really clear and determined with everything that I’m doing in my life right now, and I have been. I keep saying I’m the happiest I’ve ever been and that’s not even a dig, that’s just me because I really am genuinely happy finally with myself. I think sometimes it takes you separating yourself from someone else to really be happy with who you are. I’ve never been able to just be alone — and I’m obsessed with being alone and hearing my thoughts.”
Miley Cyrus, congratulations on discovering the awesome silence that comes with being single. Miley appeared on “Ellen” yesterday and was very candid with the talk show host about her recent split from fiance Liam Hemsworth. She also said that, though she didn’t realize it while she was recording Bangerz, her new album is “is telling a story” about their relationship and “I think I knew more intuitively where my life was going, than I actually thought I did at the time.” Something tells me Bangerz isn’t going to be on Liam’s iPod anytime soon. [Us Weekly]
There is nothing in Hollywood, save for marrying Tom Cruise, that will boost your career more than winning an Academy Award.
That bald gold man ensures “Academy-Award Winning” is attached to your person for perpetuity in movie trailers, on posters, in commercials for probiotic yogurt and most importantly, in contracts—promising at least a 20% increase in your asking price for all future gigs.
Why then, would a young, up-and-coming starlet (let’s call her Anne Hathaway) want to lose out on this embarrassment of riches? Perhaps to save her relationship. Keep reading »