Many years ago, I wrote about the hierarchy of celebrity tabloids. In short, PEOPLE and US Weekly at the top, and the bottom feeders are Star, IN TOUCH, and Life & Style. If you’ve been reading my blog long enough, you know I rarely bother with a story that originates from the last three. Full Story
Nonnie! Look at your hair! And you’re cutting it all off today -- 18 inches! -- for charity! It’s amazing that your hair is providing wigs for kids AND that the effort has raised money in support of pediatric oncology research at Stollery Children’s Hospital, Make-a-Wish Foundation, and Ronald McDonald House. Full Story
Last year on Valentine’s Day, we enjoyed some Pitt Porn at the Berlinale, where Angelina Jolie was honoured for her work on In The Land Of Blood & Honey. And there was video. Click here for a refresher. This year, no Pitt Porn. But the Jolie does make an appearance. And a new discussion will dominate the mommy blog discussion boards about whether or not she’s a terrible parent. More on this later.
In other Valentine’s Day news, Jacek declared last night that Nicki Minaj is making a case for his Lifetime List. She really might be the best feedback-giver the show has ever seen. I am celebrating Valentine’s Day by starting a juice cleanse. Hayley and I are doing it together. It’s been 2 hours and already I want to give up.
Hunger (not love) is in the air!
Yours in gossip,
Porny's freeloader took her to lunch today in Santa Monica presumably to celebrate Valentine's. As you can see, she's in pink, the prototype for Pregnant Barbie if they ever released one on the market. Is Pink the official colour of the expectant? Why? Why isn't it forest green? Forest green is fertile. Full Story
GOOP is not celebrating Valentine’s Day. Instead, she says in the new GOOP that Valentine’s Day is “just a f-cked up reminder of what you don’t have”. For her? An editor. So the newsletter is full of single suggestions. Cook alone, eat alone, listen alone, culture alone. Full Story
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The decision over what to do with this Connie Britton New York Times article took up a lot of email real estate yesterday afternoon. Do you binge on it or do you wait, savor, only a little bit at a time to draw out the deliciousness of what feels like an actual, real honest profile of the woman everyone wants to be? That’s not just my interpretation, by the way -- it’s half the premise of the article. Full Story
Sasha Finds gorgeous capes and Gwen Stefani’s denim jacket in LifeStyle
A blowjob demonstration from a news desk in the Canadian prairies (Dlisted)
What do you call it when faux smut is created out of Photo Assumption? (The Superficial)
Eve calls out Britney Spears, sort of, but who actually thought Britney was singing anyway? (Too Fab)
Celebrity Valentines (Pop Sugar)
Happy Valentine’s Day from Ryan Gosling (Cele|bitchy)
Shockingly, these three outfits aren’t actually bad on Julianne Hough (Just Jared)
I don’t know who she is but I like her green hoops (Hollywood Tuna)
Um, this is supposed to be David Beckham? (Hollywood PQ)
Kate Upton can never get her hair right (Popoholic)
A Shame F-ck in pink jeans (Go Fug Yourself)
Drew Barrymore launched her own wine last year. Because she’s no longer the quirky girl with daisies in her hair. She’s now great with a baby sling and a skillet, hosts dinner parties, and why not monetise that sh-t? Now the Brange is also getting in on the drinking game. As you know, the Brange are half French unofficially because they own a chateau, Miraval. Full Story
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Oz: The Great And Powerful premiered last night in Hollywood. Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, and Michelle Williams, who play the three witches, were all making fashion statements. Least favourite: Mila Kunis. Whatever it was it looked like Marchesa. Ashton Kutcher showed up at the event too, only he tried to go undercover. Full Story