Without getting too dark here, there are horrible things going in this world on every single day. From natural disasters to missing planes, sometimes, it just feels like constant chaos. Being informed is of utmost importance, and luckily for us, we’re able to do it via some very beautiful faces. That’s right: Award- winning journalists and newscasters who bring us the news every day are also fairly easy on the eyes. Read more…
Posts By Kat George
We love finding out that some of our favorite celebrities are best buds. What we love even more, is learning they were best buds BEFORE they had paparazzi following them and Twitter followers hanging on their every character. From Gwyneth Paltrow and Maya Rudolph to Tyra Banks and Kimora Lee, you probably never would have guessed that some of these superstar best friends have been confiding in each other since before they were ever in the limelight.
Blue Ivy Carter has a solid gold rocking horse. North West has a wardrobe any adult woman would envy. That’s the life of a celebrity baby — a King’s ransom worth of expensive gifts come birthday time. Sitting in the lap of luxury, these tiny tots have it all. So as we wish a very happy first birthday to little Prince George of Cambridge, we’re speculating the treasure troves of gifts he might be receiving from his high-flying celebrity pals to celebrate his first year on planet Earth.
Generally, when we get a manicure, it’s at a local salon, costs less than $20, and will probably chip within, oh, one day after getting them done. But for celebrities who probably don’t have to do banal tasks like cleaning, opening bags of chips, or taking out the trash, getting a manicure is a much more decadent affair. From Zooey Deschanel‘s $300 nail art to Toni Braxton‘s $1 million diamond manicure, these women are not messing around when it comes to dressing their talons.
The ’90s were sort of weird. Everyone’s clothes were too big for them, and there was a lot of sincerity going around. It was also a time when some of today’s biggest stars weren’t such big stars yet, and randomly appeared on some of your favorite TV shows. Whether it was a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo or the dominating story arc of an entire episode, everyone from a young Ryan Reynolds to Yoko Ono made a guest appearance on shows as disparate as The X-Files and Mad About You.
It’s probably not surprising that rich celebrities spend a lot of money on frivolous stuff, but what’s always shocking is exactly HOW MUCH they’re willing to spend. Stars like Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, and Olivia Palermo seem to have no limit to how much they’ll drop in the name of accessorizing.
True Blood is back for its final season, and we are, yet again, hooked. It’s a gore fest we just can’t avert our eyes from — with all sorts of ghouls wreaking havoc and tearing humans to bloody shreds, True Blood definitely does not shy away from wanton violence. Vampires, werewolves, demigods and witches are all terrifying as can be in Bon Temps, Louisiana, so we’ve decided to find out what the scariest True Blood characters look like when they’re not being blood-suckingly villainous. You know, to help us (and you) sleep at night.
Even though we’ve finished binge-watching season two of Orange Is The New Black, our obsession has yet to wane. Last week we trawled through Instagram to follow all our favorite OITNB stars, and this week we’re discovering things about them we previously never even imagined possible. The cast, being so diverse, definitely has a few secrets between them, and we’ve got the juiciest ones for you.
As far as we can see, the most romantic place to kiss someone is in the rain. How can we not think that after seeing Noah and Allie’s epic, passionate kiss in The Notebook? Their timeless love, culminating in the drama of the pouring rain and a smooch that makes us weak at the knees to even think about, is a moment we can only ever dream of recreating in our own lives. With Ryan Gosling or Rachel McAdams, no less.
If you’re anything like us, you burned through season two of Orange Is The New Black at a pace you’re probably ashamed to admit. Although we’re firm believers that there’s 24 hours of prime OITNB viewing time in a day, and only 13 of those needed to watch the new season, we’re a little disappointed in our inability to stretch the show out over a longer period of time. What are we supposed to do now? In our overzealous excitement, we’ve left ourselves sadly OITNB-less for a full year, and all it took was one weekend.