1. This had to have been pre Heroes and any actor would be a fool to turn down Disney cash.
2. She’s 17. Give me a break. What can we expect from a girl who still hasn’t gone to prom?
3. Even though this song is not something I would listen to, it’s Disney through and through, making her effective. And she’s still cute as a button. So enjoy.
(Note: They put an ad before the video, mine was the Goo Goo Dolls appearing on QVC which is VERY sad. Anyway, just do something else during the video. I suggest work. Then tune back in.)
(Note2: Aol seems to be failing at allowing me to embed this video because AOL sucks. Also it doesn’t work in Firefox. So the link is the only way to go at this point.)
February 6, 2007 at 8:42 am by Spiteful Lars
I am stunned by this quote out of Jess Simpson:
She made that decision (divorce), she says, after watching the 2004 romance The Notebook on a plane ride home to Texas. “I just figured out the statement,” she says of the movie, starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams as star-crossed lovers. “It was about that moment of desperation. I needed to breathe.”
She figured out the statement? The Goddamn movie isn’t exactly secretive. Figuring it out is like figuring out the statement to Snakes on a Plane. Guess what? There’s fucking snakes.
I really hated The Notebook but I know there are women out there who love it. So I’ll just say this; how many times have you made a decision based on a movie? Also, now that I really bore down into her quote, the movie isn’t about “that moment of deperation.” It’s about finding and holding on to your true love and other such hackneyed cliches. I don’t think it has much to do with divorce at all. Could she mean she realized she didn’t have what Gosling and McAdams had? Okay, maybe, if you attribute logical thought to Jess. But she also should have figured out that someone wrote their dialogue and they only had to get along for around 40 minutes on screen.
I feel like she should have to wear a shirt that says “I am Stupid.” And it would point to her.
February 6, 2007 at 8:22 am by Spiteful Lars
February 6, 2007 at 8:12 am by Spiteful Lars
Best and worst of Super Bowl ads. [Film.com]
Ryan Phillippe is all about fatherhood. That and cheating on his wife. [PopSugar]
Kimora Lee gets all lesbo at Cipriani. [Cele|bitchy]
Kim Kardashian takes a page from the Paris Hilton playbook, keeps the sex tape rumors alive. [The Blemish]
Jessica Simpson dyes her hair auburn, colors face to match. [Pop on the Pop]
Ron Jeremy and Paris Hilton once played a little game of I’ll-show-you-mine-if-you’ll-show-me-yours in a bathroom stall. If they wanted to see each other’s naughty bits, they both could have saved some time and checked the Internet. [Warship]
Jennifer Love Hewitt and her cleavage hit up The Ivy for some
publicity lunch. Oh, Love. I don’t even know what you’re working on now. The Horse Whisperer? Or something? You’ll always be that girl who gave it up to Bailey Salinger in my mind. [Rappy's]
Ryan O’Neal understands that the publics needs — nay, deserves — a full account of his fireplace-poker-swinging battle with his son. [Defamer]
Jeff Zucker takes the reins at NBC. Hang on tight. [Jossip]
February 5, 2007 at 11:58 pm by Evil Beet
A friend of mine told me last night that Yahoo! Mail Beta allowed you to open several messages at once, in multiple tabs. My Yahoo mail is really just a relic of my past at this point, because the interface sucks so hard and the spam filtering is worse. But, just for kicks, I decided to switch to Beta today. It’s actually a very nice interface. And by “very nice” I of course mean “Outlook.” But the whole multiple-message tabbing thing is really, really useful. I’m shocked. I haven’t seen anything good come out of Yahoo in years. Come on, Google! Step it up! I need this in my Gmail!