Denise Richards has the craziest, best crazy eyes I’ve ever seen on a person. [The Superficial]
Alexander Skarsgard and Kate Bosworth break up. [Celebuzz]
Paris Hilton’s plastic surgery-free childhood photos. [theBerry]
Kim Kardashian is buying special lingerie to conceal her psoriasis. [INFDaily]
More deleted scenes from Star Wars? [Starpulse]
Kelly Rowland gets all emotional over Beyonce. [Bossip]
Blake Fielder-Civil claims he could have “saved” Amy Winehouse. [TMZ]
Julia Roberts ad banned because of excessive Photoshop. And now we’re finally on the right track. [Socialite Life]
Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan are BFFs once again. [Amy Grindhouse]
The Daily Show warns about repercussions of same-sex marriage. [The Frisky]
Kate Beckinsale doesn’t even look like Kate Beckinsale anymore. [Caught on Set]
Exclusive photos of Evangeline Lilly’s baby boy. [Celebuzz]
Battleship trailer! [Pajiba]
Eddie Cibrian poses naked for a bedding line. [I'm Not Obsessed]
Leighton Meester and Justin Long are dating now. [Cele|bitchy]
John Cusack: hotter as the years go by. [Huff Po]
Eddie Murphy’s gorgeous new girlfriend. [Bossip]
“It’s really devastating and I think it’s a lesson to the world – don’t kill the superstar. Take care of her. Take care of her soul. I loved her and I just remember feeling like I wasn’t alone because she was so different and she was so special.”
That’d be Lady Gaga on the death of Amy Winehouse.
While I totally dig the “take care of your brethren” thing that she’s trying to get across here, she also sort of makes it seem like the general public is responsible for other people’s actions as a whole, and you just know that can’t be right. Plus, the entire putting the “superstar” on a pedestal thing? Come on. “Superstars” are just like everyone else – they’ve just had a different set of circumstances or opportunities presented to them. Let’s maybe stop doing that and the same “superstars” will stop feigning invincibility.
RIP Amy Winehouse. I miss you, girl.
And Gaga? Just … I don’t even know anymore.
Can you guys seriously believe that American Pie came out twelve years ago? TWELVE YEARS AGO. It was on television the other night and I happened to catch, like, the last twenty minutes of it and it took me way, way back. I was sixteen when the movie came out and it seems like it was just yesterday. Frightening, really, how fast the time has gone since 1999.
Either way, it’s pretty awesome that they’re making a reunion movie, because not only will it be fun to reminisce over with old friends, it’s giving Tara Reid and Chris Klein the only jobs they’ve had in years. You just know that’s the mark of a good movie: one that serves multiple purposes, you know?
Were the American Pie movies (well, at least the first one anyway, they all kind of sucked hard after the first one) an integral part of your adolescence, too?