Newly single Leonardo DiCaprio threw an Art Basel party in Miami this weekend and apparently is having no trouble navigating the nightlife circuit without his former love Toni Garrn. DiCaprio, who, lest we forget, is also the UN Messenger of Peace, sported a man bun all evening which occasionally forced him to pause for hair adjustments. As the party wound down in the early hours of Sunday morning, the New York Daily News spotted him partying with Brandon Davis and Joe Jonas [Dude. Leo. Your new "pussy posse" suckkkkks. -- Amelia] before leaving the club with every single woman who’d been chilling in his VIP section — all 20 of them. A club goer told the Daily News: “He left with 20 girls. Leo and 20 girls. He is my hero. He was overflowing with models everywhere. The Jonas brother looked scared, like he was going to drown and suffocate in the women. His face was hilarious.” No word on whether poor Joe ever recovered from the traumatic lady stampede, but Leo sure had a good time. Leonardo DiCaprio: international peacekeeper, not-yet-Oscar winning actor, national treasure to aspiring club bros across America. [New York Daily News] [Image via AKM-GSI]
This weekend the world was gifted with a long confessional in New York magazine from Joe Jonas. The 24-year-old formerly in the Jonas Brothers — they split up this fall over creative differences — dished about everything from smoking pot for the first time with Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato, hooking up with fans, and how coming back to a hotel room to find a groupie waiting there is actually really annoying. Mostly, though, Joe Jonas talked about he and his brothers’ rise to fame and how they felt completely beholden to Disney, because the mega-company made everything happen for them. Disney controlled their lyrics — “If a lyric was slightly sexual, someone at the record company would tell us we had to change it” — and pressured them to never mess up or else they’d disappoint their parents, fans and bosses. ”We were frightened little kids,” Joe said.
Well, Dylan Sprouse, a fellow Disney child star, has a few things to say about that. Keep reading »
In fairness, practically every word of Joe Jonas’s first-person piece in New York magazine is a revelation to me, as I have basically gone out of my way not to know anything about the Jonas Brothers other than Nick is the hottest one. But I have had some assumptions about the JoBros in general based on what little has managed to slip through, and this incredibly juicy profile of the middle Jonas squashed almost all of them. Perhaps there is nothing new here for fans, but I’m pretty sure most of y’all don’t walk among us anyway. Keep reading »