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- Star Magazine claims Casper Smart, backup dancer boy toy of Jennifer Lopez, is paid a $10,000-a-week allowance. The mag claims J.Lo didn’t like having to pay every time they went out to dinner and wants a guy who’ll buy presents for her kids, so she figured she’d give him cash to make it happen. “She can take care of herself just fine, but she’s old-fashioned when it comes to wanting the man to take charge,” the source says. Hey, if it works for them, good! No one bats an eye when a male celeb pays for the lifestyle of his girlfriend(s). Why should it be any different for J.Lo and Casper? [Celebitchy]
- Minka Kelly rebuffed advances from Jake Gyllenhaal while she was split from Derek Jeter. You might want to rethink that one, Minka. [US Weekly]
- Blue Ivy Carter has made history by being the youngest act to have be credited on a Billboard Hot 100 hit song. Blue was only a few hours old when Jay-Z recorded her crying and added it to his adorable song, “Glory,” which he released on Monday. [StarPulse]
- Sinead O’Connor had a Twitter breakdown on which she said she is “really unwell” urgently asked for a psychiatrist to “see me today an[d] get me back on meds.” Oh dear. All signs pointed to this with her recent behavior. [Evil Beet Gossip] Keep reading »
This just in: Jennifer Lopez may have found love (or a rebound) … from behind. She is rumored to be dating her much younger backup dancer, Casper Smart. Get it, girl! It wouldn’t be the first time the former Fly Girl fell for a guy with funky moves. She was briefly married to Cris Judd in 2001, also her backup dancer. It’s kind of the perfect dating scenario for a newly single, female performer like Jennifer. Pick a man who lives on your tour bus and gets paid to look at you shaking your butt and watch a romance blossom. Click through to see other famous ladies who’ve dirty danced with their backup men. [People]
Glamour held their 21st Annual Women of the Year Awards at Carnegie Hall last night, and some of the most bold-faced (female!) names in entertainment, politics, art, fashion, and social justice came out to show their support and recognize the often underrepresented causes that the Awards bring to light. Of course, with this many high-profile women in one place, we’ve got a pretty substantial amount of fashion to ogle. Here’s ten of the best, the worst, and the what-the-hell-was-she-thinking.