Someone sign Jimmy Fallon up for “Dancing with the Stars.” On his show Tuesday night, he did this spot-on spoof of Kate Gosselin’s “Paparazzi” paso doble, complete with blonde hair extensions. High. Larious. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
Singer Andrew W.K. wasn’t always the rock star who got all the chicks. (Wait, is he that now?) Back when he was 17, he was obsessed with a girl who would barely talk to him. He even wrote a song for her, “My Destiny,” which is uber-stalkery. And now, he’s letting us all hear it—take a listen above. “She consumed me with both lust and hatred,” he told The Guardian. “Lust, because I was truly drawn to her beauty and soft skin, and hatred because she rarely spoke to me, wouldn’t look at me much and never gave me a chance to show her my deep affections. I used to call her house just to listen to her say, ‘Hello?’ Then I’d hang up, terrified and shaking with nervous ecstasy.” Whoa, I’m having flashbacks of a dude I dated in high school who told me he would overdose on acid and kill himself if I didn’t go on another date with him. But that’s a story for another time.
Back to Andrew W.K. His stalker swan song is chock-full of amazingly creepy lyrics like, “Called up your number fourteen times to see if you were home, home is where I’ll find you when I find you.” Is it wrong that I think it’s kind of goth-tastic? Keep reading »
I’m not really sure what one particular contestant meant by his answer in the category “Things everyone knows about Ellen DeGeneres,” on a recent “Family Feud” episode, but if Ellen’s reaction means anything, his answer should have been: “She’s so endearing.” Clip above. [via NYMag.com and YouTube]
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I love Kelly Cutrone and “Kell on Earth” because Cutrone’s got, well, let’s say, a pair, but I also love her because of her super cool relationship with her delightful and stylish daughter Ava. In this video, we get a peek inside Ava’s closet. The girl is a fashion plate already — her favorite designer is Sonia Rykiel — and her closet is filled with dolls, sparkly dresses, and some pink-and-black Chuck Taylors. Can someone get this girl a TV show already or what? [The Cut]
Classy move, Tiger Woods, invoking your dead father in your new Nike ad. Opportunistic. Gross. Typical of you.
I’m sorry, Tiger, but are we supposed to feel bad for you because you are a cheater and a liar? Because your father died? Because you lost some endorsement deals? Ummm, we don’t. [YouTube] Keep reading »
Hey, there’s a reason the cast and crew of “Mad Men” aren’t in musical theater! But if you can ignore how they all sound like a cat slowly dying, it’s pretty cute. And yes, somebody gets naked. (It’s not Jon Hamm, unfortunately.)
You remember the other day I posted an ad featuring the Crocs Croslite, a freaky Crocs-monster that gets all intimate with women’s feet? Well, last night, I was laying about watching TV and thinking about something else, when I noticed what I was half-watching was a commercial featuring the Croslite itself. I realized that right as I was watching two Croslites totally get their freak on with this woman’s feet. And she was acting like she liked it. I am pretty sure I’m going to have Croslite nightmares for the rest of my life. Keep reading »
Bristol Palin has a message — teen pregnancy is only a blessing from God if you come from a privileged political family. If you’re one of the poors, having a baby at 16 will just make your hair ratty! So don’t do what Bristol did and have sex before marriage, because your mom isn’t Sarah Palin. Or something. Keep reading »
Adam Lambert doesn’t just paint on his eyeliner and skintight leather pants all willy-nilly. This lovely young man has a shrewd sartorial strategy that involves two different looks that can be altered for various occasions: There’s “Rocker” and “Dandy,” but make no mistake, both are GLAM, got it? [Fashionair]
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You know how Kelly Bensimon of “The Real Housewives of New York City” claims to be a writer? Well, until I peeped this video I assumed she attended swanky events, greeted her hosts, and afterward pulled a little blurb out of her behind for a niche magazine or website. Boy, was I wrong. I, like Kelly, know the pain of rejection when you’re hitting the pavement trying to report a story. But I often had to interview more nefarious subjects than those expressing their own street style. Catch the rest of the episode tomorrow night at 10 p.m. on Bravo, and don’t forget to hit up the Talk Bubble while you watch. Keep reading »