Here’s Paris Hilton leaving a Manhattan Federal Court, dressed in a navy blue suit and matching tights. Everyone’s favorite socialite is suing and being sued by a bankrupt Italian lingerie company that claims she took too long to approve designs. What do you think of her monochromatic courtroom style? [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
I’m a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world … For most of us, “Barbie Girl” was just a catchy pop song in the summer of 1997. But for some truly special individuals women, the Barbie doll lifestyle and the cartoonish femininity it suggests is a dedicated way of life. This here is Valeria Lukyanova, 21, of Russia, a normal-looking, pretty blonde woman … until she pops in blue contact lenses and piles on the makeup, at which point she totally looks like a Barbie doll come alive. Valeria’s wallpapered her Facebook page with pics of herself resembling the Mattel doll and the glassy-eyed vacant look is so severe, some people wonder if she’s even real. Photoshop hoax? “Real girl”? You be the judge. [Daily Mail UK]
After the jump, let’s meet some more real-life human Barbie dolls you might chance upon in the Barbie Dream House.
Look, if someone took a photo of me while I was getting my hair cut, I doubt I’d be smiling constantly but the looks on these celebs faces closely resembles the faces I make while waiting in line at the DMV.
You’re getting a manicure! It’s a non-essential pampering service!
Now I know, I know. You probably do this every 2-3 days and speaking to or making eye contact with the lesser beings who are performing this task that has you booooored out of your mind is a tall order indeed, but lighten up. You could be working in fast food. Or construction. Or at the DMV, where I’d be making these same faces at you. Read more…
“I don’t think [Jon Hamm was] wrong. It’s OK to look at something and say what it is. It’s OK to look at a McDonald’s hamburger and say, ‘Yeah, I like the taste of them, but they’re not good for me.’ We live in a time where everyone’s very aware that there’s people who are celebrities because of their fathers or celebrities because of this machine that’s selling something very simple and very ordinary, and people are buying it. It’s not an awful thing, but I think it’s OK to say it’s not a splendid thing, either.”
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A few years ago, I was in LA for work and actually encountered Paris Hilton in the wild. I was at what I guess was a “hip” bar and she waltzed in with her entourage and settled in a booth at the back. She spent the entire two hours she was there texting on her Sidekick. I don’t think she made eye contact with anyone all night. That girl was clearly a texting addict! So it does not surprise me in the slightest that her new song — how excited are you?!?! — is all about texting. Keep reading »
Hollywood is filled with blondes — both bottled and born — doing their best Marilyn Monroe imitations. Courtney Stodden, teen bride, was just the latest in a long, sordid trail of celebs to break out the pin curls and red lipstick when she did a photo shoot as the star in Hollywood this week. I’m pretty sure Norma Jean is rolling over in her grave. Seriously: stick a fork in this look ’cause it’s done.
Paris accessorizes with ear muffs and weird, hipster glasses! Jesse Pinkman, I mean, Aaron Paul snowboards! Liv Tyler gives herself a paddle beard! Click on to see who else is hanging out at the Sundance Film Festival this week…
To quote Julie, “Who cares about Paris Hilton anymore?”
To quote Ami, “Is her head going to fall off if she takes that necklace off?” (Apparently that’s a Halloween story.)
To quote Amelia, “God, that cover is tacky.” [Racked]
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