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Mo’Nique’s Brother Apologizes For Molesting His Sister


Few actresses could have portrayed a mom who abuses her daughter physically, verbally, and sexually with the nuance that Mo’Nique showed in “Precious.” Soon after making the movie, she explained what inspired her Oscar-winning performance—she was molested when she was a child by her older brother. Ever since, her brother, Gerald Imes, has denied her claims—even after serving 12 years in prison for molesting another unidentified girl. But yesterday, he sat down on Oprah‘s couch to not only fess up, but to apologize to Mo’Nique. “I’m here today to first acknowledge that I’ve been in denial for 37 years,” he said. “I did assault and inappropriately touch my sister in manners that were uncomfortable for her. And for that, I apologize and I’m humbly sorry that those actions had taken place.” Keep reading »

Quotable: Sharon Osbourne’s Breastacular Gift


“They’re better on his desk than on my chest.”

–Sharon Osbourne confirms rumors that she is going to have her breast implants removed and turned into paperweights for husband Ozzy on “Today” Keep reading »

Shocker: Style Biting Prevalent In Pop Stardom


It seems like all the blogosphere wants to talk about today is Ke$ha‘s crappy “Saturday Night Live” performances this weekend (slow news day?) and how she is all Lady Gaga wanna-bein’ it up and totally stole Sia’s “Buttons” performance style since her (pretty wack) costume glowed in the dark, blah, blah … After checking out Sia’s performance on Jimmy Kimmel a few years back, I can certainly see the similarities. But it’s no different than Lady Gaga’s own incessant copy-catting of Grace Jones, Róisin Murphy (check out all the outfits Gaga has copped) and other fashion and pop idols. The fact is, much like fashion is cyclical, so are performance styles. I’m not defending the little punk, but for all her crimes, this is a big fat nothing. Watch the clip after the jump! Keep reading »

Who Knew You Could Pole Dance To Mazzy Star?


Back when I had a boyfriend, sometimes I would get wild and give him lap dances. Usually, the required playlist was filled with poppy tunes like Britney Spears‘ “Slave 4 U” or some raunchy old-school Madonna song. Mazzy Star was typically not on that list, though I did enjoy the occasional sweet roll in the hay to Hope Sandoval’s sexy crooning. The extremely talented woman in this video, however, has managed to turn Mazzy Star’s “Fade Into You” into the most magnetic strip show routine ever. Jessica, where did you take your pole dancing class again and can I come next time? Keep reading »

I Don’t Care, I Want A Shake Weight


I gotta be honest, y’all. I kind of want to try the Shake Weight. Sure, it makes your arms look like they’re giving a fairly vigorous handy, but is that really so embarrassing if you’re doing it in the privacy of your own home while wearing workout clothes? “Saturday Night Live” hilariously spoofed the, uh, sexual nature of the product’s infomercial, but that didn’t do much to dissuade my interest. My upper arms need some work. Seriously, Shake Weight people — send me one to test out! Keep reading »

Little Person Theme Park Raises Some Big Questions

Most theme parks involve humans wandering around in cartoon character suits, vomit-inducing roller coasters, and scads of cotton candy, but Little People’s Kingdom of Dwarves in China offers little people as its main attraction. For the paying crowds that number in the hundreds, costumed little people sing and dance, make and sell trinkets, and pretend to live in miniature huts. If you want to work there, you have to be disease-free, under 50, and no taller than four-foot-three. “I’m not sure if I’m supposed to be horrified or amazed — or both,” declares “Nightline” reporter Clarissa Ward. If, as this western report declares, the Chinese are cashing in on “people’s morbid curiosity,” well, why is the American camera crew there? For the same reason, no doubt. One (wo)man’s politically incorrect is another little person’s paycheck. “I used to stay at home all day,” says one little person, “but I’m happy here.” [Blisstree] Keep reading »

Dude For A Day: Face Shaving!

A few months ago I was putzing around at work and Amelia emailed me to ask, “Hey, do you want to go with John DeVore and get shaved by a barber at The Art of Shaving and film it for the site?” And I thought, Oh dear! They’ve noticed the little ‘stache I grow in between waxing appointments! So, because I enjoy employment, I said “sure” and let my little mustache do its thing. Keep reading »

Bluefly “Closet Confessions” Exclusive: Christian Siriano’s Fierceness Is Hereditary

Christian Siriano is the latest subject for Bluefly‘s “Closet Confessions” series, and The Frisky has an exclusive clip in which Mr. Fierce explains how shopping is in his DNA. Also, check out the complete look into Christian’s closet after the jump. Who knew he had such a thing for shiny, sheer tops? He also demonstrates how the fit of a garment is more important than the department in which it is bought. More after the jump! Keep reading »

Chace Crawford In Grazia’s Beauty Closet: “Is That A Chinese Finger Trap?”


Chace Crawford has been busting his chops this week as Grazia‘s guest fashion editor, and, sheesh, have these girls put him through the Grazia training camp. He’s been editing and critiquing photos of celeb outfits, selecting clothing, reporting on British style icons, and picking out featured fashions. He was even subjected to re-taking the magazine’s fashion quiz (which he failed miserably last time). Here, Chace is given a new challenge of identifying hair, skin, and makeup tools. Poor guy is really thrown into the deep end of the pool (or beauty closet). To be fair, we have to say this test looked particularly hard. We’re not sure we’d even pass! [Grazia]
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Half Naked Girls Sell Jewelry By Pillow Fighting?


Allegedly, this is a “lookbook” suggesting that French jewelry designer Kiss Me Zombie is showing off its wares in an attempt to sell them. They’ve got to be marketing the necklaces to dudes, ’cause those questionable closeups and the general ridiculousness of a girl-on-girl pillow fight seem to be selling something else entirely. Then comes the soap and water scene — an obvious next step from a pillow fight — where the jewelry makes a few cameos but is, unsurprisingly, overshadowed by half naked girls getting wet. (Ha, see what they did there?) [Animal] Keep reading »

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