Dear Joseph Gordon-Levitt,
Seriously, it’s getting to be a little much. You’re hot, you run a creative arts collective, you sing Lady Gaga covers, and you’re in some of our favorite movies. Really, you’re so perfect it’s kind of gross. Would you just get fat or sexist already? Or if not, come visit us at the Frisky office, OK? Thanks.
Julie Keep reading »
I don’t know how much stock I take in Vanity Fair‘s lists of the most powerful and influential people. There’s no denying someone like Oprah Winfrey, Mark Zuckerberg, or Rupert Murdoch has an enormous ability to influence people. But there’s always people in lists like that who I sense are just getting a blow job from the magazine. Besides, who each of us is influenced by is such a personal thing! I personally find Tina Fey and Ani DiFranco enormously “influential,” but they are never listed on anything. Alas, Vanity Fair‘s 2010 list of the 100 people in “New Establishment” has another reason for you to scoff at its credibility: If my counting skills are to be trusted, of the 114 people on the list, there are only 13 women. That’s nine percent. Nine! Keep reading »
Lady Gaga and Marc Jacobs show off their work uniforms (we imagine) for the cover of V‘s New York issue. How could you not buy this? [Idolator] Keep reading »
A Madonna and Lady Gaga double bill seems way too good to be true. But the word on the street, according to London tabloids and unnamed sources, is that the two pop music shapeshifters are coming together for a tour. Could this be true? Keep reading »