Canada’s biggest emo rapper is furious about being misquoted, and also having his cover stolen out from under him by a dead man. Read More
“No, but I am really over Jennifer Lawrence!” you told us. “Like, I was really into her last year, but this constant ‘America’s Sweetheart’ thing is pretty grating, and those backlash pieces really have some good points.”
“It’s not even like I don’t like her,” you continued. “I like her fine. She’s a great actress. I just don’t understand why she gets sooooo much attention for being quirky off-camera.”
To which we rolled our eyes, collectively, and steered you towards this video of Ms. Lawrence getting genuinely upset at infotainment program Access Hollywood for giving out Homeland spoilers during her meet-and-freakout with star Damian Lewis. Read More
We’re not sure if the small amount of fanfare that trumpeted this admission was due to our culture’s gradual acceptance of alternative sexualities, or because anyone who has seen Mr. Miller outside of a movie would find it weirder if the Perks of Being a Wallflower actor announced he was straight. Read More
It was only a couple years ago that the Olsen twins were as ubiquitous as Lindsay Lohan and Kim Kardashian combined. But time has either been fair or unfair to Mary-Kate and Ashley (depending on your view of fame vs. the relative hassle of paparazzi stalking), and as of late its their younger sister Elizabeth who has been getting all the attention for her groundbreaking performance in Martha Marcy May Marlene. Read More
Vogue’s November cover girl, Rooney Mara, graced the cover of sister publication W back in February. Both magazines styled the Social Network star as her character, Lisbeth Salander, in the American adaptation of the Stieg Larsson thriller, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. (Vogue way less so.) The movie is due out next month; February was Read More
For those of you not keeping score at home, Millionaire Matchmaker star Patti “Don’t Call Me a Yenta” Stanger has managed to offend nearly half of Bravo’s fan base in a cluelessly homophobic media blitzkrieg over the past two weeks. The most recent of these classic Patti moments occurred last night on The Joy Behar show, where Ms. Stanger tried to clarify what some perceived as anti-gay comments from last week. This is how she “clarified” them: “I’m an advocate for gay marriage. I have more gay friends than Carter has pills,” the Bravo train wreck told Ms. Behar.
Yikes. Stop it? Not a chance.
With all the New York-based celebrities out and about this week to commemorate Fashion Week, the U.S. Open, and the decade anniversary of 9/11 (not necessarily in that order), it was easy to miss Jeremy Piven strolling down the streets of SoHo yesterday afternoon. After all, he was doing his best to remain inconspicuous with his litany of accessories, including a baseball hat, a statuesque female friend to hide behind, and two bodyguards whose idea of not looking like hired muscle involved ironic t-shirts. Read More
Remember when this snap of Hugh Grant, his broken down car and an ex-News of the World reporter who gave him a lift seemed merely photograph evidence of the funniest little anecdote to come out of English countryside?
The event wound up leading to a crucial break in the News of the World phone hacking Read More
Actress Michelle Williams, in a sensitive interview that may have been edited down with the goal of attacting readers, told the Daily Beast’s Kevin Sessums she was upset by the way Cynthia McFadden and the “Nightline” team edited down their recent conversation to “sell the interview.”
The comment came Read More