Posts tagged creepy
Ladies, I have a new crush. I mean, I’ve always thought Sweden’s Prince Carl Philip was an attractive guy, of course. I’ve noticed him for years now, even though he’s the most low-key of the young Swedish royals. He was at the London Olympics last year and I remember making a big deal of how handsome he looked. But the photos of Carl Philip at his sister’s wedding (at her pre-wedding gala dinner, more specifically) have taken me to another level. This boy is flat-out HANDSOME. Like, he looks like a cartoon prince. Sort of.
Okay, so it’s weird that he’s trying to make that creepyMore >
Here are some photos of LeAnn Rimes from her Twitter, of course. Note that she got Eddie to pose for some photos too. Anything in service of Spitfire! LeAnn performed on last night’s Tonight Show, because Spitfire is already out (?) and she’s got to promote that junk. Surprisingly, the reviews of Spitfire aren’t all bad. The Hollywood Reporter calls it “the best country record of the year” and THR also did a sit-down with LeAnn where she explains the background on many of the album’s songs – she sounds really self-absorbed in the piece, but whatever. Here’s LeAnn’s performance ofMore >
I finally understand why LeAnn Rimes has been posting so many creepy Vine videos to her Twitter! They were previews for her long-gestating reality show. We’ve been hearing rumors about this “reality show” for months now – apparently, Eddie and LeAnn were meeting with networks and producers, pitching a Curb Your Enthusiasm-type reality show. Like, it will be based on their real lives but it will be “scripted” and “they will be playing versions of themselves”. At least that’s how it was billed a few months ago. Well, LeAnn confirmed the project to People Magazine in her “exclusive”More >
The latest development in Kate Upton’s career is a very puzzling one indeed. According to a new story from Buzzfeed, Kate has appeared on the back cover of the latest Victoria’s Secret catalog. This makes sense if Victoria’s Secret is trying to move back to its late 1990s glory days. You know, back when the catalog was dominated by curvy supermodels like Stephanie Seymour, Tyra Banks, Heidi Klum, and the like. Of course, it was only a few years ago that Kate herself used to appear in VS catalogs, but she was never part of the VS holiday runway show … presumably because Kate’s not quiteMore >
Backstory: Back in late 2008, Jeremy Piven was supposed to star in a Broadway production of Speed-the-Plow. His costar was supposed to be Elisabeth Moss, otherwise known as Peggy Olsen of Mad Men. Jeremy Piven pulled out of the play at the last minute, claiming that he had mercury poisoning from eating too much sushi, an excuse that few people really believed.
So… Elisabeth was on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live last week and she played that “Plead the Fifth” game with Andy Cohen. Cohen asked her about the Piven situation all those years ago, asking, “What, besides eating too muchMore >
These are photos from the Cannes premiere of Roman Polanski’s Venus in Fur (which Kaiser already covered for the Nicole Kidman fashion); and of course, I was initially amused that Polanski was pointedly staring at the bust of his leading lady, Emmanuelle Seigner, before remembering that she is his real-life wife. Oh well. He’s still a creepy pervert.
As a movie, Venus is a comedy of sexual manners, and so Polanski has been answering interview questions about the battle of the sexes and whatnot. Considering that the dude is an admitted rapist who continues to evade punishment to this dayMore >
CB & I went to see Star Trek Into Darkness this weekend! It was really good. I think we both liked it a lot. I think CB disagreed when I started bitching about the politics and economics of the Star Fleet though. Like, I just can’t see how a League of Nations-type Star Fleet justifies its expenditures purely for peaceful exploration purposes (hippies in space!). I can only see a NATO-type organization spending that kind of money under the condition that space will be militarized, like the Star Fleet as Earth-defense. You’d be surprised how that argument relates to Star Trek IntoMore >