Evan Rachel Wood was once so normal, so “regular ol’ boring blond actress,” before she ventured into the darkness and started dating a man twice her age. Wood spoke out recently to GQ about her love affair with Marilyn Manson, and she sounds just like every other rebellious nineteen year old who’s crazy in love – just that she’s doing it with an creepy rocker dude in tight pants, lipstick and weird contact lenses.
On making the music video for Manson’s song “Heart-Shaped Glasses,” which features the couple knocking boots – or pretending really well: “We made it for each other. I just wanted to show that it?s okay to have different, weird ideas about romance. At the end of the video, we?re kissing and it?s raining blood?and for me, that was one of the most romantic moments of my entire life.”
On the choices she’s making in her life: “I?m really just being me and growing up. And I?m sorry if I have blond hair and blue eyes and my boyfriend looks like a vampire. What do you want me to do about it?” [Us Weekly. Image: Getty]
Errrr…We don’t want you to do anything. Sorry to bug you, Miss Sassy Pants. We’re just gonna go wander outside now and wait for it to start raining blood.
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After months of relative silence on her relationship with the man she refers to simply as "Manson," Evan Rachel Wood has finally revealed what caused the two to come together, ignore current relationships, multi-decade age differences and the court of public opinion: Eyeliner. While some women cite such fickle requirements as desiring their men to be gainfully employed or disease free, Wood explains in the August issue of British Elle that her men bring the kohl. "If you’ve ever dated me, then you would have ended up wearing eyeliner at some point. All my boyfriends have." Wood goes on to call Manson "crazy," the highest compliment the starlet could pay, and contrary to her being made into a doppelganger of Manson’s ex-wife Dita Von Teese, insists that she’s "finding herself."
News about American Idol wannabe Kelly Clarkson‘s feud with her label head, Clive Davis, continues to surface. The New York Post reports that the Grand Old Man of pop is furious that Clarkson isn’t listening to his suggestions about her music. We, on the other hand, have begun thinking that the lady doth protest too much. Frankly, if Clive Davis wanted to shut Kelly Clarkson down, he could. (To paraphrase Cliff Huxtable, he gave Kelly life . . . and he can take it away.) Since he hasn’t, we’re forced to assume that all this strife might all be a media stunt. In which case, it is you, dear public, who suffers.