Posts tagged "vanity fair"

If Only We Didn’t Know What A Skeeze He Is …

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…

By: Kate Torgovnick/Kate-Book.com / January 4, 2010

Photoshopping Meryl Streep: I Mean, Really?

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…

By: Susannah Breslin / December 14, 2009

Meryl Streep Scores Herself A “Vanity Fair” Cover

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…

By: Jessica Wakeman / November 30, 2009

A Convicted Sex Offender Tells His Side Of The Story In Vanity Fair

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…

By: Nikki Dowling / November 5, 2009

Star Couplings: Robert Pattinson Says He Isn’t Dating Kristen Stewart

Robert Pattinson denies rumors that he and Kristen Stewart are dating in the December issue of Vanity Fair. Also in the story, he says he thinks he resembles a cartoon character and that one of his legs is longer than the other. [Vanity Fair] — This could be the first time the Tiger Beat crowd…

By: Catherine Strawn / November 3, 2009

Woman Who Wrote For Letterman’s Show Says Workplace Flirting Was “Hostile”

David Letterman, we haven’t forgotten about you and your staff member-diddling ways! Nell Scovell, the second female ever hired to write for “Late Night with David Letterman” recently penned a piece for Vanity Fair’s website alleging that sex between high-level male and lower-level female staffers led to a “hostile” work environment:

“Without naming name…

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 27, 2009

Quick Pic: Levi Johnston Gives Sarah Palin The Stink Eye

And he also spills the beans. In the upcoming issue of Vanity Fair, Levi Johnston says that there wasn’t much parenting in the Palin household, that Sarah wanted to keep Bristol’s pregnancy a secret and then adopt the child when it was born, and that she quit her job as governor so she could make…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / September 2, 2009

Pity The Fool Who Edited Levi Johnston’s Piece For Vanity Fair

Sure, Levi Johnston is easy on the eyes, but can the hockey hunk write? We’re guessing probably not. Why, then, is Vanity Fair publishing a piece by Levi titled “Me And Sarah Palin” when there are real journalists who would die for a byline in the national magazine? Clearly, Levi is dumb as rocks, but…

By: Jessica Wakeman / September 1, 2009

Quick Pic: Vanity Fair Pays Tribute To Michael Jackson And Farrah Fawcett

Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett not only died the same day, but now they’re also being remembered by Vanity Fair at the same time. The September 2009 issue will be available on Aug. 5 in NYC and LA, and Aug.11 nationally. [8/3/09]…

By: Annika Harris / August 3, 2009

Heath Ledger’s Post-Mortem Vanity Fair Cover

The August 2009 issue of Vanity Fair, which will hit newsstands tomorrow, went to print before Michael Jackson died. Coincidentally, another star who passed too soon, Heath Ledger, is on the cover. The cover story, “The Last of Heath,” details Ledger’s exhaustion, insomnia, custody battle, final movie role, and untimely death. Contributing editor Peter Biskind…

By: Justine Fields / June 30, 2009

Why Can’t Gisele Bundchen Sell A Magazine Cover?

Let me just preface this whole thing by saying that I would give my non-existent left nut to look like Gisele Bundchen. She’s about a thousand feet tall, skinny and has a bangin’ bod and I want in, so call me girl. That said, Gisele’s not the one I’d switch with if I was looking…

By: Lily Q / June 17, 2009

Johnny Depp’s Lookin’ Mighty Fine On The Cover Of Vanity Fair

The new issue of Vanity Fair comes out today, and it’s graced by Johnny Depp’s tousled hair and Mona Lisa smile. The interview took place in paradise on Johnny’s private Caribbean island. In between sipping daiquiris and plunging into the deep blue, writer Douglas Brinkley pieced together an oddly revealing portrait of the mysterious hunksicle.

By: Daniela Guernica / June 4, 2009

Vanity Fair Harshes On Jessica Simpson

In the June issue of

By: Catherine Strawn / May 4, 2009

Tina Fey Tells All

Tina Fey is on the cover of the new Vanity Fair. In the magazine, Maureen Dowd’s profile of the Emmy-winning “30 Rock” creator and star — and Sarah Palin impersonator — reveals a lot about the woman behind the comedy — from her opinions on strip clubs to how she got that scar. After the…

By: Susannah Breslin / December 2, 2008

Where the Girls Aren’t: Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Doesn’t Include Many Women

Vanity Fair has posted the latest version of its annual New Establishment list. But, hey! Where are all the women? Out of the 100 moguls, entertainers, and businessfolk who made the list as the top 100 “leaders of the information age,” just how many are women? A whopping nine. Who are they, you ask? Oprah…

By: Susannah Breslin / September 16, 2008

Marilyn Monroe’s Secret Stash

What’s a woman who has been dead for over 40 years doing on the cover of this month’s Vanity Fair? Well, when the lady in question is Marilyn Monroe, it’s no wonder the ultimate sex symbol is still making it as a cover girl from the grave. Her case has been reopened — or rather,…

By: Simcha / September 12, 2008

Why Carla Bruni And Nicolas Sarkozy’s Marriage Will Work

The September issue of Vanity Fair features French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy on the cover, looking as effortlessly glamourous as ever wearing a classic white collared shirt, jodhpurs, and leather riding boots. Writer Maureen Orth spoke with Carla, and also met President Nicolas Sarkosy (who told her, “I am happy like nev-air.”), and the first…

By: Catherine Strawn / July 29, 2008

Has Bill Clinton Been A Naughty Boy Again…And Again…And Again?

We take everything we hear on Fox News with a grain of salt, but being that they’re only reporting on a story that’s in the upcoming issue of Vanity Fair, we’ll give this rumor a little credence. According to an expose on the former-President in VF, Clinton has been dilly-dallying with many wome…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 2, 2008

Donny Osmond, Former Child Star, Considers Miley Cyrus’ Career

Amid Vanity Fair-gate, Time published Donny Osmond’s thoughts on Miley Cyrus’ career:

Show business is about idolization. As an idol to tweens the world over, singer-actress Miley Cyrus, 15, is riding a huge tidal wave at the pinnacle of her career; this is as it should be. I hope she enjoys it. I guarantee…

By: Catherine Strawn / April 30, 2008

The Colbert Report Weighs In On The Miley Cyrus “Scandal”

Maybe the real lesson learned from all of this isn’t that Miley Cyrus is a lil’ trampy for 15, or that her parents were remiss, or that Disney needs to chill the hell out. Maybe it’s that Annie Leibovitz is played out. [Comedy Central: The Colbert Report]…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 29, 2008