The red hair? The sassy poses? The pseudo-pout? The totally uncalled-for use of dark floral prints?
Here’s 26-year-old Natalie Dormer on the red carpet for season two of The Tudors, where she plays Anne Boleyn.
If this chick wanted to make some real cash, she could probably strip at bachelor parties as a Lindsay lookalike. I’d say she could do Lindsay porn flicks, but, you know, Lindsay’s pretty much got that angle covered herself.
March 19, 2008 at 9:17 pm by Evil Beet
11If You Don’t Have a Perfume Line You May as Well Just Curl Up in a Hole and Die Because You Clearly Suck
It’s shit like this that makes it even cooler that Lindsay Lohan is designing a line of leggings. Like, at least she’s doing something different.
Here’s Kimora Lee Simmons at the launch of her new fragrance, Baby Phat Fabulosity.
They should have called it Phabulosity. That’s the only way this thing could sound even more ridiculous.
She’s posing here with the beautiful Selita Ebanks.
March 19, 2008 at 9:10 pm by Evil Beet
Sorry for my obsession with all things Ronson. Sorry you guys have to deal with it.
But here’s designer Charlotte Ronson at some party in NYC.
Those circles under her eyes are so dark they almost look like bruises. And standing next to socialite Olivia Palermo? Bad idea, Char. It almost seems like someone Photoshopped the two of you together. You can’t possible exist in the same space without the universe imploding.
Oh, Charlotte. Drugs are the new cool. Oh, wait. Except totally not at all.
March 19, 2008 at 9:05 pm by Evil Beet
A construction worker at one of Mel Gibson’s homes hung himself either Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. The body was discovered Wednesday morning.
No one from Mel’s family is currently living in the Agoura Hills house.
March 19, 2008 at 8:58 pm by Evil Beet
Pete Wentz has taken to the streets to try to get the message out that suicide is bad, and he’s doing this by letting kids everywhere know the even angsty, eyeliner-wearing, bisexual musicians aren’t safe from the grips of suicidal depression. You don’t say?
Pete tells the story of how he once attempted suicide, just after his band had finished recording their first major-label album:
“I got in my car. I remember I was listening to Jeff Buckley doing Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” and sat there and took a bunch of [anxiety drug] Ativan in a Best Buy parking lot. And I called up my manager because I was, at that point, completely out of my head with Ativan. And I was talking to him and I was slurring my words, so he called my mom and my mom called me and she came and got me and we went to the hospital.”
You tried to kill yourself by overdosing on pills, Pete? What are you, a chick?
Anyway, I’m poking fun at this, because that’s my job, but there’s nothing funny about teenage suicide. I lost more than one friend that way as a teenager and college student. Pete is working with Half of Us, a foundation whose goal is to raise awareness about mental health issues on campuses across the country. And I think that’s awesome. They have contact information for most major universities on their website. Your school can and will work with you to treat depression at little or no cost to you.
Use this resource, people, and pass it along to your friends.
March 19, 2008 at 2:45 pm by Evil Beet
I’ve always had this theory I wanted to try out. You know how there’s that far right lane on PCH that people can use as parking when it’s not rush hour? But then, when it’s rush hour, be it morning or evening, it is illegal to park there? And you know how people park there anyway? And it slows down traffic like all the way up to Oxnard? My theory is that we should make that a capital offense. Seriously when the cops see a car parked there during rush hour, they should not ticket it. They should hide behind it with a semi-automatic weapon, and then, when the culprit goes to drive away, they should shoot this person multiple times in the head until they’re good and dead. I think that would fix a lot of the traffic problem in Los Angeles.
Anyway, I’m wondering if we can apply the same theory to fashion. This dress? That Aubrey O’Day wore to Danity Kane’s album release party? Someone should die for this. We should find out who is responsible and murder that person. And maybe it would help clear up the fashion problem in LA.