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“Scarlett Johansson is always one. Miranda Kerr is kind of one, but somebody told me she just got engaged. I like the older ones, the ones around my age, the Kristen Stewarts of the world, don’t really do it for me. I’m a man with the eye on the older girl, I’m afraid.”
“I pounded the pavement for years and I know what it’s like to struggle as an actor. A lot of it is luck and, certainly, a lot of it is opportunity—and the lack of that. So, I totally understand the frustration there.”
—Scarlett Johansson responds to critics who say she didn’t deserve her Tony Award. Interesting, because ScarJo got her first acting role when she was 10 and continued to book parts until she got her first leading role in “Ghost World” when she was 17. When exactly was she “pounding the pavement”? [Celebitchy] Keep reading »
Broadway has officially gone Hollywood, folks. I couldn’t help but be more than a little annoyed that most of the top Tony acting honors went to big-name Hollywood stars last night. Denzel Washington took Best Leading Actor in a Play for “Fences,” Catherine Zeta-Jones scooped up the Best Leading Actress in a Musical for “A Little Night Music,” and Scarlett Johansson won Best Featured Actress in a Play for “A View From the Bridge.” Dare I ask … what happened to all the stage actors? Keep reading »
Over the past few weeks, there have been numerous celebrity girl-on-girl kisses that were very, very public and got a lot of attention. Miley Cyrus got up close and personal with three different women during three different performances in June alone. And during the MTV Movie Awards, Sandra Bullock and Scarlett Johansson awkwardly locked lips.
Straight female celebs kissing other straight female celebs is nothing new. Ever since that Britney Spears and Madonna smooch few years ago (oh yeah, Christina Aguilera was there too), faux onstage lesbianism has increased tremendously. No matter who is doing it or where it is, I find that my reaction is always the same—simple bewilderment. Keep reading »