Amanda Bynes is serious about designing a clothing line, and In Touch was serious enough to interview her about it. It’s going to be very chic and elegant as she is inspired by Justin Bieber‘s sense of style and fashion choices. Just picture it: a whole line of saggy pants, caps meant to be worn backwards, the worst of the 1980′s, creepy knock-off “Channel” ski masks, and of course, absolutely no shirts (of which Miss Amanda is also not a fan of). And this:
Yes, how could one not be positively inspired by this master of fashion?
Oh and she’s also inspired by the Olsen twins, which is such a f-cking copout answer. Here’s more stupid crap she told In Touch about her “upcoming” line.
I love Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s clothing line, Elizabeth and James, and I love how Justin Bieber dresses. My line will be a mixture of sick styles, and it’s going to be for everybody. … I’ll design clothes because I want to, not because I need the money.
Ms. Bynes recently broke the 1 million mark on Twitter. In celebration of this momentous event, here’s some fun Amanda Bynes trivia.
– Amanda Bynes is 27.
– Amanda Bynes eats tacos.
– Amanda Bynes once had her own clothing line called Dear, with Steve & Barry’s, until Steve & Barry’s went bankrupt.
– Amanda Bynes was on the February cover of Maxim magazine in 2010.
– Amanda Bynes is Jewish.
May 7, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Shanna Moakler, Travis Barker‘s ex wife, was approached by TMZ in a parking garage where the topic turned to breast feeding. How did that happen? Because a TMZ camera guy followed her around telling her he had something from “insafacts” for her. He took out his phone and said, “This is a doozy!” and read her a piece of trivia from his phone. The “fact” was something about how children who are breastfed grow up to be thinner adults than those who were not.
Okay TMZ, what the hell. That is the lamest thing I have ever heard. You follow D-list celebs around so you can read them interesting facts from your phone and ask them what they think?? I mean, I get it, there’s nothing Ms. Moakler has going on and I’m guessing she called you to be there, but still. So she responded (and not in a haughty way),
I’ve never heard that…I didn’t breastfeed. I’m selfish.
She then gave a little laugh and the camera guy pressed, “Super selfish. You weren’t lactating?” Oh God, what? Dude. Stop. Just let her answer your stupid question. So she goes on and completes her thought with,
I just look at my breasts as like, sexual…I think it’s incestual and gross. I don’t like it. But I totally support it and think its awesome!
As she leaves the TMZ guy shouts, “HAVE YOU EVER TASTED YOUR OWN BREAST MILK?”
Thanks, TMZ! You guys really know how to give us what we want from celebs.
May 7, 2013 at 3:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
We get it already, Kristen Stewart – you like vampires [The Superficial]
‘Dancing with the Stars’ offers up some serious drama, I guess [Bitten and Bound]
Nicki Minaj is planning another showdown, this time with Billy Bush [Starpulse]
Well, this is certainly a new way of going ‘Back to the Future’ [OMG Blog]
Tom Daley goes shirtless and someone swoons, though we’re not sure who [Socialite Life]
Olivia Culpo does double duty: see-through dress and no bra [Taxi Driver Movie - NSFW]
Aw, doesn’t Kelly Brook look pretty in her summer dress? [Celebslam]
Miranda Kerr gets naked on the beach for a new ‘Vogue’ shoot [Drunken Stepfather - NSFW]
Lauryn Hill is still not all there, I don’t think [The Blemish]
Riff Raff as Jamie Franko on ‘One Life To Live’ is just weird [The Frisky]
Can Jennifer Lawrence really not do anything wrong? Doesn’t look like it [Celebitchy]
Florence Welch is just divine and no one can convince me otherwise [Lainey Gossip]
Let’s add Emilia Clarke from ‘Game of Thrones’ to that list, while we’re at it [MoeJackson]
Rihanna and Chris Brown air each other out on Twitter after their break-up [Bossip]
Tom Cruise signs on for ‘Mission Impossible 5′, which is a thing [ICYDK]
May 7, 2013 at 1:30 pm by Jennifer
Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj don’t get along, in case you hadn’t noticed – though chances are you have, since they seem to always be at each other’s throats during every American Idol broadcast and Nicki won’t stop trying to fan non-existent flames on Twitter. Turns out, that’s sorta the producers’ fault, as they really egg the bickering on – this according to Mariah’s husband Nick Cannon.
Nick stopped by The Talk on Monday, where he was of course asked about his wife, since no one cares about what he’s doing.
“It’s kind of unfortunate. I ain’t got time for that … When you see someone like my wife, who tries to remain classy and tries to take the high road, it feels like everybody else around it — including the network and the producers — feed into this whole sound bite drama. It feels like it lacks substance.
“You can’t even blame Nicki Minaj or her team. I feel like they fed into that. They wanted to see the drama. I think America in general is tired of seeing the mean judges and people be mean to people. They’re over it … In the book of Mariah Carey, American Idol will be a footnote.”
That’s true enough – American Idol is going to be a footnote in pretty much everyone’s lives, except for like, Kelly Clarkson and probably Simon Cowell. Why can’t this show just die already?
As for the “feud”, I’ve aired my thoughts before. Nicki needs to sit the hell down and know her place and Mariah just needs to get off this sinking ship. (I seriously typed “sinking shit” accidentally, at first.)
May 7, 2013 at 12:30 pm by Jennifer
We all know by now that motherhood is the most transformative thing ever to happen to Beyoncé and that she has some bizarre psychic connection with
Jay-Z Jr Blue Ivy. So it stands to reason that she might want to have some more kids, right? Because that’s what we ask really successful women about when we only have five minutes to sit down an interview them?
From Good Morning America (via The Los Angeles Times):
“I think my daughter needs some company. I definitely love being big sister [to Solange],” she said.
As for when we can expect Blue Ivy’s little brother or sister? Bey said, “At some point when it’s supposed to happen.”
It’s pretty clear that the 1-year-old diva is her parents’ priority, and Bey wants to make sure that growing up in the spotlight won’t harm her.
“I am very protective,” Beyonce said. “I just want to make sure that she can have a healthy, safe, normal life … in the back of my mind, she’s my priority. And life is completely different now. So I’m — I feel really, really just lucky that I can still do what I love, and now have a way bigger meaning, and that’s to be her mother.”
Well, that’s good to hear, I guess? What’s even better to hear is that Beyoncé still wears press-on nails. I don’t know why that matters, but she thinks it does, and whatever Queen Bey says, goes, right?
May 7, 2013 at 11:30 am by Jennifer
Matthew Perry has been incredibly open about his struggle with drug addiction and faced a lot of bad press in his way for it, but he’s turned a terrible time in his life into something incredibly positive by working to help others recover and get their lives back on track. That work hasn’t gone unnoticed, either – the actor was given the Champion of Recovery award (which I didn’t even know was a thing) from the White House and US Drug Czar Gil Kerlikowske (we have a drug czar?) this week for “giving a voice to the millions of Americans in recovery”.
From The Hollywood Reporter:
U.S. drug czar Gil Kerlikowske presented the award to Perry at a meeting attended by Obama’s senior adviser Valerie Jarrett and others. The certificate of appreciation lauds the actor for “giving a voice to the millions of Americans in recovery.”
Perry called the ONDCP honor “surreal.” “During my darkest times, I never could of imagined receiving an award at the White House,” he told The Hollywood Reporter.
“Had I been arrested, I would be sitting in prison somewhere with a tattoo on my face,” Perry tells THR. “I’m very lucky that I never got arrested.”
After the White House meeting, Perry joined drug court advocates in speaking at a Capitol Hill briefing with Congressional Caucus on Prescription Drug Abuse. He also managed to write a blog post for the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
“Over time, I learned that drug courts are a wonderful solution to one of the biggest problems facing our criminal justice system: people suffering from substance-use disorders who are caught in the cycle of arrest and incarceration,” Perry wrote in the post that appeared on the White House website. “Many of these individuals require treatment, not a jail cell, and drug courts provide them a means of getting the treatment they need.”
Good for him, seriously. He’s living proof that if you really want to turn your life around and you work hard at it and surround yourself with people who want that for you, as well, you can do it. Thumbs up, Matthew Perry.