Earlier this month, we learned one of the greatest couples of the 21st century, Courtney Stodden and her literal old man Doug Hutchinson, 53, were amicably splitting up. But weep not, America. Nineteen-year-old Court has wasted no time finding yet another guy many multiples older than her age to squire her around D-list red carpets. Meet Edward Lozzi, 53, a publicist and ex-boyfriend of Anna Nicole Smith. Stop there, that’s all I need to know about this person. Jeez. At this point I’m not entirely convinced Courtney isn’t going to come after my 70-year-old dad. (Please no.) [Global Grind] [Image via Splash News]
“I think that whether a woman or anybody quite frankly wants to wear combat boots or eight inch heels, I think that’s their prerogative. I think if somebody feels comfortable a certain way with their life choices, how they look, regardless of what it is, if they are not hurting themselves or other people I think it’s fine, it’s fair game. Have at it, enjoy your life, look the way you want to look. I happen to feel comfortable like this, I like the way I look, I love the way I look. I think that’s all that matters. I think that can empower other people too from hearing that. I know people might think this is funny but I actually feel that I am a true feminist because I believe in women looking the way they want to look, I think real women support women.”
This is how Courtney Stodden, Patron Saint Of Frosted Lip Gloss, responded to Bethenney Frankel’s question, “How are you going to take back your youth?” on an episode of her talk show. On one hand, I’m totally with Courtney on not shaming women for how they choose to dress or alter their appearance. On the other hand, “I choose my choice” feminism is kind of a cop out. Also, I have a hard time accepting Courtney Stodden as a bastion of feminism when, in the same interview, she claimed, “I don’t read or write.” Maybe Courtney and Miley Cyrus should start a Biggest True Feminists In The World Book Club and read some, like, bell hooks and The Beauty Myth and shit. Just a thought. [Celebitchy]
Just yesterday, I wondered out loud why I hadn’t yet seen photos of Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison all dolled up for Halloween. Ever since the then-16-year-old bride and the then-50-year-old D-list actor married — with her parents permission — a few years ago, the PDA-happy pair has taken the holiday very seriously. Remember the year he dressed up as her for Halloween? Horrifying and delightful! So it was with sadness that Halloween 2013 passed without their usual costume-clad photoshoot. And now we (perhaps) know why. Keep reading »
Obviously, I’m obsessed with RuPaul’s new web series “RuPaul Drives,” where he picks up different celebs and gives them rides home. In this week’s episode, Courtney Stodden is his passenger of honor. These two in car together are just as entertaining as you’d expect. Ru offers her some fatherly advice — like, he thinks that she should do a web series about pancakes, emulate Marilyn Monroe’s career (minus the early death, presumably) and get “that muthafucking check” by making a movie like “Elvira Mistress of the Dark,” only starring Courtney. You can always count on Ru to give his squirrelfriends solid advice. Keep reading »
I’m sorry if this video ruins your breakfast, but I can’t watch it alone. Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison, who famously got married when she was only 16 years old, are two years into their union and are looking to be proactive in their approach to keeping thing spicy. So they’re putting themselves through the “Passion and Pleasure” program created by “sexologist” Ava Cadell, in order to increase the amount they’re having sex and expand their, ahem, sexual repetoire at the same time. In this introductory video, Court and Doug explains to Cadell what’s missing from their sexual relationship and pronounce their commitment to this “exploration.” I can’t promise you won’t dry heave a little.