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Sarah Palin Rides In Motorcycle Rally, Making A Presidential Run Look Certain

“How do you wear all this leather and stay cool? I love that smell of the emissions.”

Sarah Palin not only loves hunting. Apparently, she’s into motorcycling, too, even if she doesn’t get wearing head-to-toe leather in the summer. Palin is currently on a bus tour of the Eastern U.S., and yesterday headed to Washington, D.C., to participate in Rolling Thunder, an annual motorcycle rally for veterans that happens in conjunction with the parade on the National Mall. Folks, put on your helmets. It sure looks like we are in for a Sarah Palin 2012 campaign for the presidency after all. [Fox News] Keep reading »

Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Demand Time To Bone

“There are no secrets at our house. We tell the kids, ‘Mom and Dad are going off to kiss.’ They go, ‘Eww, gross!’ But we demand it.”

Brad Pitt on how he and partner Angelina Jolie sneak away from their army of kids in order to get some alone time. I love that “kiss” really means “animalistic sex session” (that’s how Star once described the couple’s sex life, BTW). [USA Today] Keep reading »

Chyna Phillips Wrote “Hold On” To Keep Herself From Becoming A Hollywood Statistic

“When I wrote ‘Hold On,’ I was 19 years old and was really at a crossroads in my life … I knew that if I didn’t make some really significant changes in my life, I’d end up being another Hollywood statistic. So those words – ‘hold on for one more day’ – were literally what kept me going because if I had to look at everything at once, I don’t think I would have been able to do it. But if I said, ‘just for today, I’m going to see my therapist. Just for today I’m going to not smoke a cigarette. Just for today I’m not going to hang out with that crowd,’ then I was able to handle it. I never imagined writing down words that were meant to help me, would help so many people along the way and become this iconic song.”

—Chyna Phillips on her 1990 hit “Hold On,” which is having a serious comeback thanks to the pivotal role it plays in “Bridesmaids.” Just in case you’re wondering, I have the tune on my iPod and I still find it inspirational, even if it is a tad bit cheesy. Sometimes you just need to be reminded to take it one day at a time. [ONTD] Keep reading »

Adele Hates Paying Taxes As Much As Us Normal Folks

“Trains are always late, most state schools are s**t and I’ve gotta give you like four million quid. Are you having a laugh? When I got my tax bill in from [her first album] 19, I was ready to go and buy a gun and randomly open fire.”

— Could Adele be any more relatable and down-to-earth? It turns out the hottest singer in the world right now hates paying taxes as much as the rest of us. (Don’t worry, she has an accountant!) It also sounds like Adele is super-generous with all the money she’s earned: she bought two homes in London for herself and her mom and set up trust funds for several cousins who are “young mums.” I love this woman. [The Sun UK via Q Magazine]
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Plum Sykes On The Hazards Of Being Pretty

“A lot of people try to diminish anyone who’s pretty by saying, ‘Oh, they’re probably stupid.’ Which is terribly unfair; when someone’s ugly, you don’t say, ‘Oh, they’re probably clever.’ But I always wondered to myself whether those dismissive things are invented by men or invented by women. I think a lot of the time it’s invented by men who are threatened by very good-looking, very successful, intelligent women. They don’t know how to compete with them, so they just say, ‘Oh, it’s because they’re pretty or they slept with the boss.’”

— Plum Sykes, a Vogue writer/author of Bergdorf Blondes and The Debutante Divorcée/former model for Alexander McQueen, on the “either/or” assumption in our society that a woman has to be pretty or intelligent. Sykes knows a thing or two about being pretty and intelligent: her new book, Oxford Girl, is an autobiography about (duh) her first year at Oxford. [NYMag] Keep reading »

Maya Rudolph Says She’s Been Pregnant For Six Years

“I think I’m 25 months pregnant. [I'm due in] two more months … in dog years, so that’s 25. Honestly, because it’s my third, I feel like I’ve been pregnant for like six years, seriously … [A homebirth] was not my plan, but that’s what happened because the baby came out really fast. Luckily, she just kind of glided into her father’s arms.”

Maya Rudolph talks to Chelsea Handler about how she feels during her third pregnancy. Wow, I had no idea that her second baby was born at home and that her hubby, director Paul Thomas Anderson, did the delivering. I have a feeling we’ll be seeing that scene in one of his movies soon. [People] Keep reading »

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