In the latest issue of Interview, Lindsay Lohan sits down for a tête-à-tête with 70′s supermodel Lauren Hutton. So says Hutton, “She’s got the bones of a flamingo and the spirit of a gladiator.” From dodging paparazzi to high-speed car chases, Lohan declares being a celebrity ain’t easy: “I just feel as though it’s become a situation where people have manifested this caricature of who I am, and they act as if there’s no real person inside of it.” On the perils of fame, Heath Ledger advised her that it’s all a game: “It’s build you up to knock you down, and that’s all it is. And you just have to see if you can stand through it.” As for her relationship with SamRo, Lindsay doesn’t say much, other than, as a Cancer, “in relationships I’m screwed.” [Interview] Keep reading »
Kristin Davis, a New York madam whose clients included Lov Gov Eliot Spitzer, weighs on what she thinks celebrities would be worth if they were to leave behind their careers as thespians and take up working as call girls. Find out her top ten picks for celebrity escorts after the jump. Keep reading »
The year 2008 AD was another barn-burner for celebrity breakups, hook ups, make-ups and hiccups. Some things were only a matter of time (Hugh Hefner’s harem heads home and George Clooney breaks Sarah Larson’s heart), some were a bit shocking (Christie Brinkley’s husband paid that girl how much to keep quiet?) and some we really should have seen coming a mile away (Oh, David Duchovny’s character on “Californication” is an aspiration, got it), but here we have chosen the top 10 celebrity-related love stories of 2008. Keep reading »
This is a scream. Zach Galifianakis, who is as funny as he is hirsute, interviews “Mad Men”‘s Jon Hamm, who is my future husband, on “Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis” on Funny or Die. The results are dead-pan hilarious. My favorite part is when Galifianakis asks Hamm if his middle name is Honey-baked, and if he’s ever thought about changing his last name to Sausage. I nominate this one for funniest online video of 2008. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »
Everyone knows who the A-List celebrities are. They are the ones who have a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the ones who cause the biggest stir in Tinseltown. And while most of us recognize who these people are, as one moves on down the “scale” of famous people, it is obvious that the rich and famous are divided into some obscure (and not so obscure) categories. Keep reading »
Every year we look to celebrities for fashion inspiration, and 2008 was no different. Some celebs veered a little too far left of what is fashionably acceptable and others hit the target. Even if you didn’t commit to any of the following trends, you can’t deny that they made statements in 2008. Keep reading »
In case ya’ll missed it, Britney’s birthday was this week, and rumormongers duly noted that Heidi Klum showed up at Britney’s birthday bash. What does it all mean? It could be that Klum is courting the beweaved one for an appearance on an upcoming season of “Project Runway.” Which would certainly be, um, interesting. “‘Heidi’s smart: she knows that Britney can do wonders for a show’s ratings, there’s been a lot of drama at ‘Runway’ — it would be huge for her to get Britney,’” a source stated. On the other hand, Brit-Brit would certainly make for a unique fashion icon. Perhaps contestants could create fashions based on Brit’s many moods. Frap-toting, pink-wigged lunatic with a British accent. Bald-headed in a hoodie, armed with an umbrella. Postmodern school girl gone wild, redeconstructed. The possibilities are endless, really. [Scoop] Keep reading »
Poor Nicole Kidman. Just when everything was looking up for her — a new baby, a seemingly happy marriage to successfully-rehabbed Keith Urban, a starring role in an epic film about her native Australia alongside fellow countryman and People’s sexiest man alive, Hugh Jackman — a bunch of meanies with nothing better to do started a Facebook group called Am I Taking Crazy Pills or Is Nicole Kidman the Worst Actress in the World? While it’s too early to tell if the group’s cruel intentions will be enough to drive Nic into indefinite hiding with Sunday Rose and her favorite feathered-hair crooner, for the sake of cinema let’s hope she never reads any of the group’s choice comments … Keep reading »
Dita Von Teese, watch out. Check out this coffee table book of photographs by celebrity photographer Timothy White, starring Hollywood It-girls done up as retro-pinups. In the past, White’s shot stars ranging from Harrison Ford to Will Smith, but this time around he went for old school Hollywood, girly glamor. His pinup makeover subjects include Cindy Crawford, Gina Gershon, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Kate Hudson, Michelle Trachtenberg, Molly Sims, Vanessa Williams, and Mary-Kate Olsen. You can check out Olsen’s shot here. We like that the images are classy, not crass. These days, more is the new less. Keep reading »
Last night, I had the most glorious dream. It didn’t involve me making out with anyone, but there was a celebrity in it. I dreamed that Michelle Williams and I became total BFFs. We met at a dinner party, where she took my number. Then, we started hanging out, and, eventually, she even let me babysit Matilda while she was presenting at the Oscars or some awards show.
Amelia has had some rather pleasant dreams, as well. Once, she dreamed that she was Rihanna’s understudy. She had to perform in place of Rihanna, and then she got it on with Chris Brown [FYI, it was totally a threesome. -- Editor]. No doubt she had watched this video before going to bed.
Now, we want to hear your weird celebrity dreams. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling us about the strange star-filled thoughts that filled your head one night, and we’ll post our favorites on Thursday. Sweet dreams! Keep reading »