As a NYU student who attended while “Felicity” was on the air, I can admit to imagining (depending on which one Felicity was dating at the moment), that either Noel Crane or Ben Covington was my boyfriend. Or at least that I should be dating someone like Ben or Noel. No such luck. When “Felicity” ended, and I graduated, I went through a period of grief over my imaginary boyfriends (and Felicity) and the real-life ones that never materialized. It’s good to know that I’m not the only one. During a recent press junket for “Scandal,” one of the reporters lamented to Scott Foley about how she went to NYU expecting to meet her Noel, but never did. After the jump, Foley’s tough love response: Keep reading »
She ain’t sweet “Felicity” anymore! Keri Russell shed her good girl image by doing a racy photoshoot with Details magazine (including a shot where she’s laying in a bathtub with very nude panties on). While some, like Perez Hilton, have said the photos are fugly and over-the-top, I actually think she looks freakin’ hot. But what I can’t understand is why she did such a sexy photoshoot now, when the film she’s promoting — “Bedtime Stories” — is a family-friendly flick from Disney. Maybe if she wants to be an edgier actress (and we know she can — “Waitress” was amazing), she should explore her racy side in movies, not just photo shoots. [Details] Keep reading »
I’ve been growing my hair out for 10 years, ever since I got a totally tragic close-crop days before graduation from high school. I had kind of low self-esteem and I was majorly obsessed with Gwyneth Paltrow’s new short cut (you know the one — it closely resembled then boyfriend Brad Pitt’s hair too) — I came to the conclusion that if I cut off all my hair just like hers, I, too, would be pretty. Fat chance. The haircut, for starters, was poorly executed. Additionally, my hair was still in that post-puberty stage of frizzy horribleness — and I did not yet understand that flat irons and blow dryers could be my friend. The haircut was a disaster and I have spent the last 10 years growing it out, associating prettiness and femininity with length.
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No pressure if you’re just keeping a relationship together to score a sweet present on Valentine’s Day, but according to the Wall Street Journal, neuroscientists in New York have been able to prove that you can love someone forever. While a group of pessimistic psychologists were trying to plot the decline of passion in couples over the course of two decades, they accidentally discovered a handful of couples who were still in love. Keep reading »