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A week before she went to jail, Lindsay Lohan did an interview and photo shoot with Vanity Fair. Now, Lohan’s sultry cover is out just days after she has been released from rehab. Well-timed, Lohan. Well-timed.

Her spiel, the blog Styleite noted, is “typical Lindsay. Denial, denial, denial.” Everything you think you know… READ MORE »


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“I was completely mental and had just been through so much … I do not want my fans to ever emulate that or be that way. I don’t want my fans to think they have to be that way to be great. It’s in the past. It was a low point, and it led to… READ MORE »


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Forget no pants! On the cover of the September issue of Vanity Fair, Lady Gaga has forgotten all her clothes altogether. (I think?) It’s the magazine’s annual style issue, and no one has done more to pioneer trends like latex in day time, phone hair, and spiked shoulders than her Royal Gaga. She was photographed… READ MORE »


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“I’d love to [co-star with Brad again]. We’ve talked about it. We’d have to figure out who’s going to watch the kids, but it’s really about finding the right thing, because we’ve looked. When you’re a couple, there are certain things people don’t want to see you do. It becomes too indulgent, too personal. I… READ MORE »


Love & Sex

Writer Melanie Berliet wanted to take the plunge, quit her day job, and pursue freelance writing full-time. No steady paycheck, no health insurance, no safety net. So Berliet joined SeekingArrangements.com, a site which pairs young, female 20-something “sugar babies” with rich, older, male “sugar daddies” for a relationship based on gifts, including luxury items and… READ MORE »


Entertainment

I don’t know about you, but the first time I ever heard about Alexis Neiers and “the bling ring” (a group of L.A. teenagers who’ve been accused of breaking into celebrities’ homes and stealing their clothes) was in a pretty condemning Vanity Fair magazine article. This week on “Pretty Wild,” we got to… READ MORE »


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More than two decades after her death, Grace Kelly, aka Princess Grace of Monaco, appears on the cover of the May issue of Vanity Fair, which celebrates her much-imitated classic sense of style. Click here to read the magazine’s feature on the actress, along with a slideshow of her more famous outfits. … READ MORE »


Style

The Vanity Fair Oscar party was crashed for the first time in 15 years on Sunday. The crasher, Gawker’s Ravi Somaiya had to sneak in hours in advance, steal passes left idle for a moment in a back room and hide in stairwells all to enjoy about seven minutes of party-going. While this may sound… READ MORE »


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This is the best response to Vanity Fair’s all-white cover of Hollywood starlets we’ve seen: some pranksters mocked up a fake cover of “Vanity No Fair,” with — gasp! — women of color sitting in the same outfits and poses as the actresses on Vanity Fair’s March 2010 issue. Click here to see a larger… READ MORE »


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“Was I satisfied? Yeah, well… I mean, I come from a world where I’m not on covers and I’m not in magazines at all. And so I was happy to be in the magazine. At first I thought, ‘Hmm, should I be there? Then I very quickly got over it. I think if I were… READ MORE »


News

Nineteen-year-old Emma Watson, star of the “Harry Potter” series, is the highest paid actress in Hollywood with an estimated $30 million in earnings. And while that’s really cool, we couldn’t help but notice Emma shows up #14 on Vanity Fair’s list after 13 other male actors. (The second-highest paid actress comes in at #19:… READ MORE »


Entertainment

Meet Alexis Neiers, the quintessential L.A. party kid: Her mom is a former Playboy Playmate, her dad was the director of photography on “Friends” and she lives on a pretty street in Westlake Village with her mom and a party girl pal, 20-year-old Tess Taylor, a Playboy Cyber Girl. Neiers and Taylor hit up L.A. READ MORE »


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Not that we’ve got a beef with Kristen Stewart, Amanda Seyfried or Carey Mulligan, but Vanity Fair could use a little diversity in their starlet department. Maybe Gabby Sidibe’s invitation got lost in the mail? [Vanity Fair] … READ MORE »


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Vanity Fair has discovered Twitter and—because it’s Vanity Fair—they’re on the case with a new article about “Twitter celebrities.” But oh no, not actual celebrities like tweet-happy Ashton Kutcher. The magazine spoke with a half-dozen young, attractive women who live in places like NYC or the wealthy suburb of Brentwood, CA, and take to social… READ MORE »


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Um, yum. Oh wait, I didn’t just say that out loud? The new cover of Vanity Fair boasts a gorgeous Annie Leibovitz photo of Tiger Woods wearing nothing but a knit cap—and a very un-golf one at that. Since Tiger has spent the past month and half doing everything in his power to not be… READ MORE »


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I found this photograph after clicking on a VanityFair.com link that read: “Click here to see a slide show of Brigitte Lacombe’s portraits of Meryl Streep.” So, you get a series of photographs that Lacombe has taken of Streep over the years. The first one was taken in 1979. The most recent one is the… READ MORE »


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Meryl Streep, Vanity Fair’s cover girl for December and the star of “It’s Complicated” with Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin, is a “new box-office queen.” VF reports that her 2008 musical, “Mamma Mia!,” grossed $601 million worldwide, 2008’s “The Devil Wears Prada” grossed $324 million, and this year’s “Julie & Julia” has already grossed $121… READ MORE »


News

The December issue of Vanity Fair contains a pretty shocking article called “A Crime Of Shadows.” The piece is about a convicted sex offender named “J” who was coaxed by Pennsylvania detective Michele Deery into meeting for sex in a parking lot. While this is not a crime, Deery had posed in a chat room… READ MORE »