Over the weekend, Olivia Wilde tweeted this photo of herself cuddling with her dog, alongside the caption, “Ok I know I’m not supposed to tweet sexy photos (damn you Wiener (sic)!) but here is me and my (only!) boyfriend in bed.” Way to kill two birds with one stone, Olivia: (1) deflecting rumors that you’re dating Bradley Cooper and Justin Timberlake and (2) making us all say a collective, “awwwww.” [People] Keep reading »
Back in February, Olivia WIlde split from her hubby, Italian prince Tao Ruspoli. We suggested some new folks for her to date next, but apparently, she doesn’t need our help. In late February, she was seen out with Ryan Gosling—interestingly, the first person we wanted to set her up with. [For the record, I am not part of this royal "we." -- Editor] But it looks like she might have moved on—over the weekend she was seen out with also newly single Justin Timberlake.
So, uh, which rumored date was better? Keep reading »
As of yesterday, two lovely famous ladies are once again on the market. First, Olivia Wilde separated from her husband, Tao Ruspoli, the son of an Italian prince. Honestly, we didn’t even realize she was married, but apparently the two met when she as 18. He proposed at Burning Man and they got married on a bus. “We were hippies,” she once told Playboy. “We lived on that bus for months.” Sadly, the party is now over. [LA Times]
And then there’s Ashlee Simpson, who filed for divorce from her husband of two and a half years, Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy.
After the jump, we pick who these two should date next. Keep reading »
Loads of great brows were on display last night at the Fox All-Star Party—check out Olivia Wilde and Aisha Tyler, above, rocking pretty, natural (but definitely filled-in) eyebrows. I was never a brow filler-in-er, but as I recently learned, a polished, full, neat set of eyebrows really does transform your entire face. (A rule of thumb with brow shape: Thin, highly arched brows can make you look older, and fuller, darker, more natural-looking brows are easier to pull off and usually much more flattering.) When brows are filled-in and full, your makeup looks better and if you aren’t wearing any, your face just looks more pulled together. And even women with the thickest brows benefit greatly from a little filling in. A few tricks for getting it right… Keep reading »