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Watch A Preview Of Lindsay Lohan’s Oprah Interview

Lindsay Lohan has completed rehab and I couldn’t be happier that she is sober and doing well. Nevertheless, between “Chelsea Lately” and “Oprah’s Next Chapter” it all seems a bit fast. Shouldn’t she be taking a break from the spotlight to work on her sobriety? Isn’t it obvious at this point that fame is at least a part of her issues? Oprah asks her if she is an addict, which obviously she is and what it’s like to have her name, Lindsay Lohan, synonymous with “child star gone wrong.” Bummer. Read more at College Candy…

Kate Moss Looks Smashing On The August Cover Of Allure Magazine

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Gasp! A brand new Kate Moss editorial and interview in an American magazine? What have I done to deserve this? (Nothing, obviously. It just happened. They didn’t do it for me.) The O.G. supermodel has been keeping it more low-key than ever as of late, rarely photographed aside from candid shots of her strolling about London with husband Jamie Hince or tumbling out of a club every so often, but with a Playboy cover rumored to be on deck, it seems like Kate may just be getting a little bit better-acquainted with the press these days. The photoshoot is delightful, but as is always the case with Ms. Moss, the quotes are even better. Kate talks body image, her daughter’s fascination with “The Devil Wears Prada,” and “white bums,” after the jump… Keep reading »

In Which Dustin Hoffman Gives Me A Case Of The Cries

Dustin Hoffman talks about playing Tootsie
"If you were born a woman, how would you be different?"

I don’t think about Dustin Hoffman very often, except usually in the framework of his character Tootsie, from the 1982 cross-dressing movie of the same name. In grad school, I actually wrote my master’s thesis on “Tootsie,” sort of: It was called Violence and Desire: The Trans Body On Film, or something like that. (You can get master’s degrees from watching movies — I’m living proof.)

Anyway. Here’s Hoffman in a 2012 interview discussing what it was like to play Tootsie. Hoffman breaks down in tears at the realization that he’d been brainwashed by the media into believing that women who weren’t conventionally attractive had little actual value as people.

“There’s too many interesting women I have not had the experience to know in this life because I have been brainwashed,” he told his wife during filming. It’s a powerful moment of a man realizing how he’s bought into a false value system. I hope it sparks others to consider the same thing. [YouTube]

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In The Midst Of This Crappy Week, Ryan Lochte Is Still Reliably Idiotic

Ryan Lochte On Twitter
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Lochte On "30 Rock"
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"Seriously, how are they gonna get enough material?"

Ryan Lochte is gearing up for his new TV show on E!,”What Would Ryan Lochte Do?” (which should really just be called “Swim Bros”). The show is manufactured by Wee Media Giant Ryan Seacrest, who’s made a living exploiting the fameball desires of idiots (see also: Kardashians). Lochte’s been doing lots of media interviews to promote the new series. Except you know who should, like, never talk to the media? Ryan Lochte. He reminds me of that “Bullets Over Broadway” scene with Diane Wiest and John Cusack. “Don’t speak!” says Wiest’s character Helen Sinclair to Cusack’s David Shayne as she covers his mouth with her hand.

Here, Lochte endures an interview with “Good Day Philadelphia” hosts Mike Jerrick and Sheinelle Jones, who cannot contain their laughter at Lochte’s ridiculous answers. Please enjoy Ryan Lochte explaining how bathrooms are arranged. Bless you, Ryan Lochte, for giving us all a much-needed laugh today. [Raw Story]

Frisky Q&A: Kelly Oxford Talks About Her Hilarious New Memoir, Going From Stay-At-Home Mom To Breadwinner & Meeting David Copperfield’s Mermaid

Kelly Oxford's Book!
Our review of "Everything Is Perfect When You're A Liar." Read More »

Full disclosure: I am more than a little obsessed with Kelly Oxford. The Canadian blogger turned Twitter celeb turned screenwriter just released her first book, the memoir Everything Is Perfect When You’re A Liar, and it’s seriously one of the funniest books I’ve ever read. I have to stop myself from retweeting every single one of her deadpan missives on Twitter. Her husband James looks like bearded Jon Hamm and her three children — Salinger, 11; Henry, 8; and Bea, 4 — are adorable. She owns the Isabel Marant wedge sneakers that I want but can’t afford. So when I got the opportunity to talk to Kelly about her book and her other upcoming projects, naturally I kept her on the phone for as long as possible. After the jump, Kelly talks about the process of writing all of the essays in Everything Is Perfect When You’re A Liar; the differences between Canadians and Americans; what it’s like to have switched roles with her husband so she’s now the “breadwinner” after 10 years of being a stay-at-home mom; what pal David Copperfield — yes, the magician — has hidden on his private island; and which celeb she totally could have dated at 17. Keep reading »

Frisky Q&A: Starstruck Author Rachel Shukert On Old Hollywood Glamour & New Teenage Problems

Here are some things you should know about author Rachel Shukert: She looks an awful lot like Kathleen Hanna; she wrote and recorded an amazing awards show-worthy Oscar movie medley; she recaps so-campy-it-hurts “Smash” for funsies; and she’s the author of three of my favorite books ever. Shukert’s first two, Everything Is Going To Be Great and Have You No Shame?were memoirs, the former a hilarious meditation on her post-college European travels, the latter, essays and stories about growing up Jewish in Omaha, Nebraska. Here’s how great Everything Is Going To Be Great is: I almost (almost!) stole my librarian friend’s library copy so I could finish it (I now own my own).

Her latest, Starstruck, may seem like an unlikely departure. It’s a young adult novel set in the 1930s about teenager Margaret Frobischer, who leaves her well-to-do family behind to pursue success in Hollywood. On the lot of Olympus Studios, Margaret (renamed Margo by the studio) befriends fellow starlet Gabby Preston, ogles leading man Dane Forrest, and puzzles over the mystery of star Diana Chesterfield’s disappearance. And here’s why Starstruck is great: it’s rife with juicy period details, and exposes the seedy side of what it took to succeed in the film industry — plus, it has tons of fascinating little tidbits about life in the weird Hollywood studio system. And don’t let the “young adult” moniker fool you — there’s plenty of torrid romance, drama and unseemly characters to hook even the most depraved grownup.

I spoke to Rachel about Starstruck, her writing process, and her enduring love for all things Old Hollywood. Check out our interview after the jump, and don’t forget to grab your copy of Starstruck, available online and in bookstores now. Keep reading »

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