Alleged UFO sightings happen all the time. Only, they get more attention when they happen to celebrities. This week, Russell Crowe posted video stills of an unidentified object hovering over Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens on YouTube.
“A friend and i set camera to capture fruit bats rising from Botanic Gardens, this was a big surprise… Canon 5D, No Flash, can’t be a lens flare because it moves, camera is fixed,” Crowe tweeted. Keep reading »
Hollow eyes. The nobody gets me expression. Self-loathing. All black. Dyed hair. Dark sunglasses. These celebrity teens are clearly in the throes of teenage angst. A perfectly natural phase, but one that can easily get out-of-control if not handled properly. I know the condition well. My teenage angst started at 13 when I decided to sleep outside on lounge chair and write tortured poetry by candlelight. Before I knew it, I was listening to The Smiths, wearing black fishnets and feeling misunderstood. I didn’t emerge from the darkness until I turned 21. My teen years wasted indulging in black eyeliner and a bad attitude. Sigh. Why? I have some advice for these famous kids so they don’t make the same mistakes as me …
I’ll tell you what I wasn’t hoping to see when I logged onto my computer yesterday: Scott Baio taking a bubble bath. He tweeted this picture of himself during tub time saying “Is anyone casting for a new Alfalfa? @NickelodeonTV.”
I only could have felt more uncomfortable if there were peen float and rubber duckies. Any positive feelings that remained from the “Charles in Charge” days are now gone. Charles has lost control. How do we let celebs know that there are some moments that should not be shared with the world? Whether it be bubble baths, toilet business or eyebrow waxing, these famous dudes made us want to push the untweet button. [Seriously OMG]
I’ll admit it. I’m obsessed with LeAnn Rimes. Between the quiff and the painful “Entertainment Tonight” interview and reports that she cried after Brandi Glanville said she can “go fuck herself,” I can’t help but rubberneck at the girl. She’s spiraling and needs to get it together. Then I read some highly entertaining excerpts from Brandi Glanville’s new, tell-all book. OMG. Pass-aggro digs galore. Keep reading »
According to a “source” at The Sun, Gwyneth Paltrow has taken on the role of “life coach” for Cameron Diaz.
”Gwyneth’s sorted out everything from finances to hooking her up with her trainer. She has also forced her to swear off sex for a year, saying men distract her focus … ‘Gwyneth is a nurturer. Cameron is bummed about being single, so Gwyneth sees her as a project. She’s trying to set her up with guys!”
I know, I know, this probably isn’t true, but I died laughing imagining Gwyneth advising Cameron to stay celibate for a year. Awful advice. Unless, of course, that’s what Cameron wants. Personally, I’d want to kill a smug married friend who thought of me as her single “project” and instructed me not to have sex for a year. But that’s just me. [ONTD]
I think we all could use a pick-me-up on this cold, winter morning after a three day weekend. These photos of celebs enjoying their morning brew will perk you right up.
According to The New York Post, the only thing Jennifer Lopez regrets is this People cover. Word is, she thinks the picture makes her look “old and haggard” like Betsey Johnson. What? Betsey Johnson? What? I wouldn’t go that far, but it’s certainly bizarre. The hair really isn’t working and why is she crouching in spread eagle? Despite the rumors that Lopez complained to People about her photograph, her manager insists that she was “very pleased with the cover photo.” Nope. Not buying it. [WOW]