Posts tagged "frenemies"

Listen To All The Songs From Tonight’s “Frenemies” Episode Of “Glee” (And Join Us Tonight To Live Tweet!)

This week is good week, folks. Some of our favorite TV shows (we’re looking at you, “Glee“!) are finally returning from their midseason hiatuses, and we can all breathe a sigh of relief that we no longer have to force ourselves to go to the gym since nothing good is on.

In tonight’…

Katie Oldenburg / February 25, 2014

Lady Gaga Seems To Think Perez Hilton Is Stalking Her, He Doesn’t Agree

It’s always sad when we see a former pair of famous besties turn into overnight frenemies. The latest pair to have a seemingly out-of-the-blue falling out are Lady Gaga and Perez Hilton. The pop star — who Perez used to refer to as his “wifey” — is now accusing the gossip blogger of stalking her.

Ami Angelowicz / August 19, 2013

Yes, Women Can Be Real D-Bags To Each Other

Admit it, you’ve had a frenemy or two in your life. We may not mean to get in these weird passive-aggressive one-upping relationships, but suddenly there you are, saying something like, “You are so brave to wear your hair like that.” Here, “Happy Endings” (R.I.P.) actress Eliza Coupe and Lauryn Kahn play nasty, vindictive, totally…

Julie Gerstein / July 31, 2013

How To Write A Birthday Card To A Frenemy

This lovely letter allegedly written to Joan Crawford was found in Bette Davis’ desk drawer. Bette at her bitchy best, this is a shining example of how to stick it to a frenemy on her birthday. These two were bitter rivals for more than 30 years. Some say they fought over actor Franchot Tone, the…

Ami Angelowicz / April 3, 2012

Girl Talk: When Mean Girls Attack

Mean girls happen. They happen at 9 years old on the playground. At 21 years old in the sorority. They happen in blockbuster Lindsay Lohan movies.

And for me, they happened when I was 27.

Julie Gerstein / October 26, 2011

Childhood Frenemies: The Crappy Friends We Thought Were Awesome At The Time

Having a frenemy sucks. But at least there is some sort of unspoken agreement there—that you both acknowledge the sense of competition. The other night, some friends and I were talking about the concept of frenemies at a bar and I realized that I actually had my very first one in high school—only I had…

Kate Torgovnick/Kate-Book.com / August 17, 2011

Girl Talk: My Bully Was My Best Friend

I met Rebecca when I was eight and forced by my parents to join an AYSO soccer team called the “Killer Bees” because my mom thought it imperative that even scrawny girls who much preferred watching late night re-reruns of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” should get out and enjoy bitter winds of Chicago fall…

Maude Standish / May 5, 2011

5 Signs Your Friend Is Really A Frenemy

Our generation, the trailblazers that we are, will leave a lot of different marks on this world, but none more significant than our ability to create new (and fabulous, mind you) words. Sexting. Legit. Facebooking. Fab. Whatevs. Whether we’re abbreviating them or combining them, we’re creating them, and we’re creating them with very specific purpose…

College Candy / February 27, 2011

Keith Richards Says Mick Jagger Has A ‘Tiny Todger’

“It was the beginning of the eighties when Mick started to become unbearable. He started at first to annoy me and then slowly enraged me… [Marianne Faithful] had no fun with his tiny todger. I know he’s got an enormous pair of balls—but it doesn’t quite fill the gap.”

—Keith Richards of The Rolling…

Kate Torgovnick/Kate-Book.com / October 25, 2010

Little Frenemies On The Prairie

According to Alison Arngrim, who played Nellie Oleson on the TV show “Little House on the Prairie,” all was not so quiet on the western front. In her new memoir, Confessions of a Prairie Bitch (awesome title!), she admits that there was some major behind-the-scenes tension between herself, Melissa Gilbert (Laura Ingalls), and Melissa Sue…

Ami Angelowicz / June 18, 2010

The Frenemies Behind Harvard Race Email Scandal

Last week, the interwebs frothed over an email written by a Harvard Law student who is a member of their famed Law Review. The author of said email wrote that she could not rule out “the possibility that African Americans are, on average, genetically predisposed to be less intelligent.” It’s a statement even more extreme…

Dating Don’ts: 5 Friends You Don’t Need

Who was the first person you called the day your ex dumped you? Or that time you found a weird bump on that very private body part? Or the day you stumbled across that pair of barely worn Christian Louboutins at the Goodwill?

If you’re like me, you called a girlfriend. While I…

Judy McGuire / October 15, 2009

Why Do Women Have Frenemies?

This weekend, The New York Post ran a piece by author Lucinda Rosenfeld called “Why Women Are Frenemies.” Rosenfeld has a book coming out that’s related to the topic called I’m So Happy for You: A Novel About Best Friends, and in her essay she implies that the root of most female frenemy relationships i…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / July 28, 2009

Quickies!: Lauren And Heidi Aren’t Done Bitching About Each Other

Lauren Conrad and Heidi Pratt may have appeared to have reconciled during the season finale of “The Hills,” but it’s clear from Lauren’s interview with Bazaar that they are anything but friends. Conrad had quite a bit of negative things to say about her frenemy. [Us Weekly] – Both of these girls just need to…

Carrie Wasterlain / July 17, 2009

Friendzillas: When Good Friends Go Bad and How to Get Rid of a Toxic Friend

A few months ago, while promoting their movie “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2″, there seemed to be some tension between co-stars Blake Lively and America Ferrera. When Ferrera, whom we usually lovvvve, commented to a teen magazine that she thought shows like “Gossip Girl” were a bad influence, and appeared bored when an interviewers

The Frisky / November 1, 2008