I love this game! Okay, so, which five people — alive or dead! — would you most like to share Thanksgiving dinner with? Catherine says, “Audrey Hepburn and all the guys who’ve played James Bond, except Roger Moore.” Annika got a little more creative than Catherine and said, “Coco Chanel, Patti Labelle — she can cook her ass off — Barack Obama, Malcolm X, and Imelda Marcos. Coco needs someone to talk to.”
As for me? My dinner guest list would be six. Rachel Zoe would be there, because she brought me a dress to wear, but since she doesn’t eat, she doesn’t actually count. I’d like to talk politics over turkey, mashed potatoes, and pie — cooked by fellow dinner guest, Mario Batali — with Rachel Maddow, while listening to a live performance by Johnny Cash (after he ate, of course). Then I’d drink many, many cocktails and make funny drunken videos with Amy Poehler, before being, uh, stuffed by Ryan Gosling. That would make me very thankful indeed.
So who’s on your dream Thanksgiving dinner guest list? Put your choices in the comments! Keep reading »
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say, you bitches crack us up! So in honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the Internet, here are our five favorite comments from last week:
(Don’t) Leave Britney Alone!
“bruce buchanan” from Quick Pic: Should Britney Spears Buy These Sunglasses?
There’s a new Chris Crocker on the Internet! When we spotted Britney trying on some wayfarer sunglasses, we decided to play gal pal and asked you guys to give her a yay or nay on buying the frames. What did our friend Bruce say? “britney rules she is the best girl and entertainer ever,bruce.”
Whoa, hope Aretha Franklin doesn’t read this. She’s already pissed at Tina Turner for getting called the Queen! Keep reading »
While Brad Pitt is out saving the world, his mom is out to destroy his marriage. After a messy Thanksgiving in Missouri where Pitt’s gal, prissy philanthropist Angelina Jolie, refused to help cook and clean, Mama Pitt decided to call in kitchen reinforcements for Christmas: Americaâ€™s sweetheart Jennifer Aniston. If Angieâ€™s not going to roll up her sleeves to pitch in around the house, she maybe inclined to for a good Fight Club-style swing at Jennifer, the reigning mother-in-law champion. Supposedly, the holiday invitation news has pushed the big-mouthed beauty over the edge (well, even more over it), and now the only thing on thinner ice than their relationship is the drink Bradâ€™s going to need to get through Christmas — literally. Keep reading »
I got lucky with my not-quite-in-laws. My boyfriend’s parents have seriously drank the Amelia Kool-Aid, and I love them just as much, despite differing political views and the fact that his mother’s amazing shoe collection fits me about as well as a DD-bra (meaning, not at all). However, no matter how great your significant other’s parents ma be, you’re bound to encounter at least one extended family member who thinks your Kool-Aid tastes like cow pee. Ever since a family get-together a year ago, I’ve suspected that my boyfriend’s great aunt wasn’t too keen on me, and not just because we’re living in sin and I made the mistake of telling her I thought marriage before kids wasn’t necessary. After sitting under her watchful eye this Thanksgiving, this great aunt informed my not-quite-mother-in-law, “I think Lauren’s boyfriend loves her more than Amelia loves your son.” For the record, her other revelations this Thanksgiving included dismay that we all like Barack Obama “even though he’s Muslim,” inquisitive wonderment that “all those Latinos” could afford to get into Disney World, and concluding a mild Christian sermon with “someone should assassinate O.J. Simpson!” Needless to say, Great Aunt’s observations can hardly be taken as kismet. Even so, it’s a bummer not being adored by everyone in your boyfriend’s family — though every wedding does need an objector! Keep reading »