Listen up, actors, musicians, models and TV “personalities.” If you have staffs of people devoted to your image, how on earth do you fail to come up with Halloween costumes better than the local teenagers who just throw on face paint and demand our candy? (Ahem, John Stamos) On the other hand, just because you have staffs of people devoted to keeping you in great shape does NOT mean we want to see your Miley Cyrus interpretations (lookin’ at you, Perez Hilton). Read more…
Jennifer Lawrence doesn’t seem to understand that she’s wayyy more famous that 99.9999999 percent of the humans on this planet. The fact that she still gets super pumped to meet people like Taylor Swift definitely adds to her insanely high levels of likability. She’s just like us, you guys! She totally doesn’t realize that most of these folks are probably even more excited to meet her, and sometimes the results are a little weird. Case in point: The time she fan-girled a little too hard over John Stamos and creeped him out.
Today Rebecca Romijn follows fellow MTV supermodel personality Jenny McCarthy into the “Holy S–t, They’re 40!?” club. The lovely Mrs. Jerry O’Connell has crammed a ton into those four decades, including parts on TV shows like Friends and Ugly Betty, a hosting gig on House Of Style, and the butt kicking role of Mystique in the X-Men franchise! Only she could make blue smokin’ hot! More recently she’s appeared in Tyler Perry’sGood Deeds, and can be see on the Adult Swim live-action police drama parody NTSF:SD:SUV::.
It’s hard to believe that one of the original Victoria’s Secret angel’s is hitting the big 4-o, and she’s had twins! But today she still has the same Sports Illustrated cover-girl body that she’s always had. To prove it we’ve assembled her 40 hottest looks through the years, so check it out in the gallery below! It’s enough to make ex John Stamos weep.
If you’ve been following our Tony Awards coverage, you’ll notice that it’s been all about the women at the event so far. Well, that stops here, right now. Because while some of the looks the ladies wore were lovely, the men, in their tuxedos and skinny ties far outshone them. The host of the evening, Neil Patrick Harris, was the spiffiest of them all in a charcoal tuxedo jacket and black tie from the Spring 2012 Calvin Klein Collection. Looking super in classic tuxedos were Nick Jonas, Ricky Martin, Hugh Jackman, David Burtka and James Marsden. This is not to say that the tie brigade was any less.Andrew Garfield, Josh Groban and Matthew Morrison looked pretty hot in their elegant suits. Eschewing any sort of neck piece completely was John Stamos who wore all-black and didn’t end up looking out of place at all. Anyone who has that sort of face will be welcome anywhere, in whatever they choose to wear. The fact that his ensemble was cut impeccably, was an added bonus. Have your fill in the gallery below. They’re all in there!
Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen canceled their court date today in hopes of a settlement, but we think the actor’s ex-wife shouldn’t budge. Whatever Mueller’s dependency issues may be, she didn’t wave a machete atop the Live Nation building yesterday before drinking from a bottle labeled “Tiger Blood”—two things any judge would look poorly upon from a violent former convict seeking unmonitored visits with his small children. We’re also guessing the judge won’t like last night’s episode of Charlie Sheen’s Korner, which had him smoking through his nose and complaining about the trolls in his phone. “If you own the home, in which you own the trashcan, you should never have to empty it,” announced Charlie for no apparent reason, suggesting he might need a monitor whether or not the kids are around.
Considering that Charlie Sheen is systematically turning against everyone in Hollywood (latest victim: Sheen’s publicist just quit), it was only a matter of time before the cast of Full House stumbled into his crosshairs. This time, however, Sheen might have a good reason for it, given the rumor that John Stamos met about Sheen’s Two And A Half Men role. According to E!, Stamos met with President of CBS Les Moonves at the Night Before benefit on Saturday. “They were at the bar talking and Les asked John if he’d be interested in replacing Charlie,” an insider reports. “It wouldn’t be to play Charlie’s character but they talked more about introducing a new character.” Of course, given the gruesome transformation he’s gone through in the last few weeks, the skinny, skittery Sheen would be playing a new character too if they start filming again: Golem.
Of course Stamos denied taking over for Sheen on Twitter on Friday, before his alleged meeting with Moonves. “Contrary to the rumors, I am not replacing Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men. however, Martin Sheen has asked me to be his son,” Stamos tweeted, a dismissal which could still be factually accurate if he’s not literally taking on Sheen’s character. We think a fresh new role would be great for everyone. If nothing else, at least Charlie won’t see Stamos in his role and get so delusional he starts waging war against himself.
Fashion Week is in New York, right? Then why exactly are all the stars on the other side of the country in Beverly Hills? That’s because Tom Ford called—and is as sexy as ever, BTW—and when he throws a ‘do, everyone shows up. Ford opened his flagship store in Beverly Hills yesterday, and it turned out to be a mini fashion week in it’s own right, as expected.
The love of our life, Colin Firth was there with the love of his life, wife Livia. Rosario Dawson teemed up her little black dress with a pair of leopard print pumps, while Eva Longoria went slinky in a pair of sequined black pants. Milla Jovovich was risque in a plunging sheer black blouson, hiding her modesty with a houndstooth suit. We were kinda disappointed by two men who normally make us drool every time we see them. Alexander Skarsgard and Bradley Cooper, to be precise. Skarsgard looked strangely parboiled with a weirdish, uneven tan — like he had sunglasses on while the rest of his face ended up getting sunburnt. Cooper had these creepy old man sunglasses on which were a little too Jack Nicholson for us. Adrien Brody, on the other hand, didn’t disappoint sticking to his usual lounge lizard style.
The most unusual outfit of the evening went to Ginnifer Goodwin. While her pant suit looked normal (and kinda boring, to be honest) from the front, turn around and bam… giraffes! For more mega celebrity action —including the always adorable Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson and a heavily preggers Rachel Zoe — check out the gallery below. [Photos: Getty Images]
Glee guys and glamazons kicked their second season started off right last night with a party at Paramount Studios in Hollywood. A room full of young, talented and beautiful people, all dressed in fab threads…How could the night get any better? With an appearance from John Stamos of course! That’s right, the artist formerly known as Uncle Jesse is just one of the several famous famous we can expect to see popping up in the halls of William McKinley High School this season.
The season premiere is set to air on September 21st, and Rolling Stone reports that the Gleeks will be taking on Jay-Z‘s “Empire State of Mind,” Lady Gaga‘s “Telephone,” Travie McCoy‘s “Billionaire,” Poison‘s “Every Rose Has Its Thorn,” and several classic show tunes. Sadly we don’t see any tracks from Jesse and the Rippers. This better be fixed, or else someone’s going to be in big trouble, Mister.
The announcements for next season’s Glee guest stars are coming fast and furious this summer, the latest being Cheyenne Jackson, recently known for snuggling up to co-worker Liz Lemon’s Tom Selleck-lush mustache on 30 Rock as Girlie Show actor Danny Baker. While it’s hard to know which rumors are real guest stars and which are the insane fantasies of our Glee-fevered mind, here are the peeps and whispers we’ve heard recently, complete with unsolicited opinions:
Uncle Jesse: Yes, we know John Stamos’s real name; we just do not care. Uncle John Jesse Stamos is reportedly starring as Emma Pillsbury’s inappropriately hot dentist boyfriend this coming season of Glee, and we just know she is going to blow it by trying to get with Schue again. Live in the now, Emma! We need someone to help us live out our early-nineties, Jesse and the Rippers, high-waisted pale wash jeans with white Reebok fantasies, and you are just the neurotic school guidance counselor to do it. Eyes on the prize, girl!
Javier Bardem: Does this choice seem hella out of left to anyone else? It’s easier to imagine Bardem kicking in our front door and taking us out with a bolt gun then doing a jazz square while belting one out to the cheap seats. That being said, any cameos that help people see him less as a serial killer and more as a charismatic dreamboat fine by us!
Charice: Don’t know her. Was she on an early nineties sit-com? O, a Filipino pop-star, you say? Who will be Rachel’s nemesis? Hmmm, well, then I guess we are on board! Anything that takes that Berry girl down a peg is fine by us…
Katy Perry: This isn’t technically slated to actually happen yet, but Katy is hoping someone at Glee wants to do a very Perry episode soon, tweeting “Please! I would love somebody to start that Facebook group and persuade them. I would absolutely love that.” We hope they tell her to put an actual shirt on in front of the children at least; whip cream-related eye injuries blind over one American high school students a year. If not, maybe save it for the Rocky Horror Picture Show ep?
Britney Spears: Do you remember when Britney appeared on the 2007 VMAs, and the whole world was silently rooting for her to blow us out of the water and reclaim her crown as princess of pop? And then suddenly we all realized she had forgotten how to LIP SYNCH and had to bury our head in our hands until now? Like that, but on TV.
We also look forward to seeing other guest stars like Lady Gaga, Charo and Mr. Snuffleupagus. Or did we just make those up? We can’t distinguish between our waking life and our fantasy episodes of Glee anymore! And we wouldn’t have it any other way.