I gotta admit, I have a little bit of a girl crush on Hollywood Hot Mess Paz de la Huerta. I find her to be delightfully kooky. She’s not afraid to wear a see-through dress while running errands or share her personal experiences with the masses, like the time the ghost of Elvis gave her an orgasm. She’s gone through rough times with her family and is dedicated to her craft. What’s not to like? Click through this slideshow of Paz working the camera and dropping knowledge in interviews and tell me you don’t want to come to the imaginary dinner party I’m having for her and Courtney Stodden.
Saving the best for last? Please! Let’s start our Monday morning off on the right foot, shall we, by checking out the best photos from last night’s Emmy Awards red carpet. And by “best,” I actually mean “worst” dressed, of course, because it’s the most fun.
Watch out, Britney, you’re not the only girl in Hollywood flaunting the crotch shot. “Boardwalk Empire”‘s Paz de la Huerta shows us ladies how it’s done (thigh highs, garter, matching bra and panties) in this new sexy new ad for Agent Provocateur. Paparazzi aren’t just slimeballs — they’re also very lucky! [NYmag.com] Keep reading »
“I was with my ex-boyfriend [Scott Weiland] and had to beg him to go to Graceland. I felt like he was jealous of Elvis because I’ve always been infatuated by him, which is hysterical because he’s passed away. So I went to his recording studio because sometimes the sensitive people feel him in this room, and I stood in this corner and I felt him. What can I say? I felt him touch me. I mean, come on, he’s a ghost. I felt his spirit go through me and give me pleasure. I experienced that when my cat died. She waited until I got home from Sundance, and she passed away the second she was in my arms, and I felt her spirit go through my body. But this was different. It was like Elvis was tickling me with a feather.”
– Paz de la Huerta (of “Boardwalk Empire”) is officially my favorite coo-coo-bananas Hollywood starlet. In an interview with The New York Times, she also says her sister tried to kill her while she was in the womb. Oh, to be a fly on that wall during Thanksgiving dinner. [NY Times] Keep reading »