Earlier this week, when I showed you guys those pictures of Christina Hendricks and her boobs, you were not impressed. A couple of you called poor Christina’s look “tasteless,” and our very own Sarah even commented with “Her cleavage looks like a butt’s been superglued to her sternum.” And you know, that’s totally fair. It does look a little ridiculous when large-breasted ladies have their own cleavage pressed against their face: I think that at Renaissance festivals, I think that at the gay bar, and I think that when I look at all these celebrities. But you guys don’t think that ensemble above is the answer, do you?
All I’m saying is that there’s a happy medium between almost showing nipple and utter absurdity. And I’m not entirely sure where this business she’s wearing above falls, but I’m pretty sure that it’s unacceptable.
September 16, 2011 at 5:30 pm by Emily
Let’s just get one thing straight right now: I absolutely love it when Nick Cannon speaks. If he opens his mouth, I will listen to whatever comes out of it, and I will rejoice. Nick Cannon’s words are pearls of wisdom, or, at the very least, absolutely hilarious. So why would Nick Cannon’s words about his kids be any different?
“I just want them to strive for something greater than entertainment. I’m one of those believers in teachers, professors, heart surgeons. That’s what I’m rooting for. If I could get a scientist, that’d be amazing.”
Does anyone else find this as humorous as I do? I mean, I’m pretty medicated and all, and of course I think this is an understandable, respectable wish for one’s child, but come on, can’t you just see Nick cradling little Moroccan in his arms, being all “yo, can I get a scientist? Let’s go fly a kite in this storm, baby. E equals … aww, baby, why you always got to vom all over my kicks?” Meanwhile he has Monroe drooling all over a game of Operation. Right?
September 16, 2011 at 4:30 pm by Emily
It’s really starting to scare me, the growing appreciation that I have for Evan Rachel Wood. It just seems like yesterday when I would see pictures of her with Marilyn Manson and gag, but now, I think she’s pretty majestic. Oh, do you want more proof?
Here are some quotes from a recent interview with Marie Claire:
On loving Justin Bieber: “I saw the movie [Never Say Never], and that’s what did it. I ended up seeing it three times — in the theaters. One of those times was the director’s cut, I’m not even kidding. I got obsessed with the kid. It’s going to be weird if I ever meet him. He’s brought so much joy to my life.”
On making out with Ryan Gosling in Ides of March: “Yeah, it was awesome. We had fun. Ryan’s amazing because he has this way about him that’s incredibly attractive, not just in a sexy way but he’s smart, he’s cool, he’s talented, he’s really creative, and he has this mysterious quality to him that drives people crazy. So yeah, it wasn’t a hard day at work.”
On what she called Marilyn Manson: “No, I called him Manson. Or just Babe.”
On her engagement to Manson: “I am glad — for both of us. We both have a lot more growing to do. I don’t think it would’ve been right, but I am glad that we were engaged. I think we needed to make a statement to each other that it was legit. So that was good.”
On being bisexual: “Yeah, that’s a big part of who I am, and it always has been for as long as I can remember. I can’t say I’m one way or the other because I’ve honestly fallen in love with a man and I’ve honestly fallen in love with a woman. I don’t know how you label that, it’s just how it is.”
On having relationships with women: “I mean, it was terrifying at first. Not because I thought it was wrong but just because I was intimidated by women. It’s a totally different arena! The approach is completely different than it is with a man but I finally let myself say, “You’ve got to go for this. It’s in you and it’s not going away.” And it was wonderful.”
September 16, 2011 at 3:30 pm by Emily
“I’d like to be making babies but I’m not, so I’m making movies. When someone comes along I don’t think I’ll be able to do both and I’m fine with that. I’ll make movies until I make babies. I have no idea when the handover will happen.”
Yeah. Um, well. Anyway, I just thought I’d share this little quote with you guys. I don’t know, I guess I just thought that it might do a lot for some of you. Yes? No? Ryan Gosling is still a god? Discuss, please!
September 16, 2011 at 2:30 pm by Emily
Honestly, Alexander Skarsgard‘s just one creepy SOB. [The Superficial]
Paul McCartney getting married with no pre-nup. Um, again. [Cele|bitchy]
Emma Stone does Princess Leia now. [Starpulse]
LOL @ Justin Theroux. [The Blemish]
Charlie Sheen begs for Men return. [TMZ]
Ian Somerhalder does nude things. [Socialite Life]
News anchor mocks the Kardashians. [theBERRY]
Benicio del Toro is trying hard to be Brad Pitt. [Caught on Set]
Scarlett Johansson‘s private, naked photos are copyrighted now. LOL [Popbytes]
Is Vanessa Hudgens “doughy”? [The Superficial]
Ryan Gosling is not Brad Pitt. [Lainey Gossip\]
Uma Thurman, literally letting it all hang out. [INFDaily]
Neil Patrick Harris gets a sidewalk star. [OMGBlog]
September 16, 2011 at 1:30 pm by Sarah
I mean, I think she is, at least. In the open letter Beth Chapman posted to her blog yesterday, she threatens that, the instant the Quaids return to the U.S., she and Dog will be there, ready to scoop them up and collect the reward. “You are a fugitive!” she writes. “YOU’RE FREE GAME! And we’re gonna get ya no matter where you go no matter how long it takes.”
But Chapman’s letter suddenly turns sympathetic. “We are reaching out to you, Randy,” she writes. “If you want our help now’s the time to ask.”
“Let us help you negotiate your surrender,” she concludes. Well, that’s very nice of her.
The entire letter, chronicled here for posterity, after the jump.