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This is just a sweet little story about a celebrity who don’t discuss enough. Kevin Spacey is on Twitter, did you know that? You can see his Twitter feed here – he’s not on there 24-7, which is nice, and he seems to use it mostly for his charity work and to promote his projects and his friends’ projects. The past few weeks he’s been tweeting a lot about Boston and he traveled to the city to thank first responders in person. Then late last week he tweeted the above photo – he rescued a puppy and named her Boston. SO CUTE.
Kevin Spacey found a very special – and, well, very adorable –
I really hope that this is the last gasp of Gwyneth Paltrow’s two-month-long domination of the media. She has been everywhere these past two months, promoting her book and Iron Man 3, being declared People’s “Most Beautiful” and doing smug, humble-bragging interviews like every day. But hopefully that’s all over now? Hopefully Gwyneth will go back to London and settle down for a little bit? Or has she gotten a taste for the Kardashian-level famewhoring and TMI-interviews? Is this what Gwyneth is going to be like from now on? Ugh. Anyway, Goop did a Q&A with Babble and in betweenMore >
First: OMG. OMG OMG OMG. How incredible is this magazine cover? Like, Alexander Skarsgard is good-looking, for sure, but I’ve gotten used to seeing him look kind of dirtbaggy in his ill-fitting pants and grungy shirts so when I see him with proper lighting and he’s making sweet love the camera… it’s incredible. Skarsgard has just made it back on my list!!! Anyway, this cover from Man of the World (more like VIKING DONG of the World) is all we have – no other photos from this editorial, and no interviews!
Alex is gearing up the ol’ press machine these days because of True Blood’s SeasonMore >
Tina Fey (Date Night, 30 Rock) and Paul Rudd (I Love You Man, Knocked Up) star in Admission, the new film directed by Academy Award nominee Paul Weitz (About a Boy), about the surprising detours we encounter on the road to happiness.
Straight-laced Princeton University admissions officer Portia Nathan (Fey) is caught off-guard when she makes a recruiting visit to an alternative high school overseen by her former college classmate, the free-wheeling John Pressman (Rudd). Pressman has surmised that Jeremiah (Nat Wolff), his gifted yet very unconventional student, might well be the son thatMore >
Many of you have mentioned the double standard when it comes to extreme age differences in celebrity couples. (Where, let’s face it, the older person is the famous/incredibly wealthy party.) Like it’s seen as somewhat acceptable for an older dude to date a much younger woman, but when a female celebrity does the same thing and gets herself a boy toy (see: Madonna, Ellen Barkin) we call them “Cougars” and make a bigger deal out of it. Personally I just think we do that because it’s rarer to see, and we hold women to a higher standard than men. We put ourselves in their shoes and think “noMore >
Did you see Argo? The Best Picture winner is well worth watching, although it’s clearly not historically accurate. (As is the case with several Best Picture nominees this year.) I’ve mentioned this before, but I started frantically taking notes during the movie because there were a lot of scenes that belied belief. It turns out that most of the plot points that seemed too dramatic to be true were made up and/or embellished for the movie. In actuality, the Canadian government did a ton of work behind the scenes to get the American diplomats out of Iran, it wasn’t all American heroism and aMore >
The Bachelor’s Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici are not only convinced they’ve found everlasting love on ABC, they’re planning on getting married fast!
They’re also planning on tying the knot Bachelor style. Televised.
“It’s just fitting,” Sean Lowe says of fast-tracking a TV wedding.
We’re sure it is, but that it’s also motivated by two factors:
- ABC paying them an ass ton of money to do so.
- His unwillingness to get it in before marriage.
That will light a fire under them for sure!
In any case, Catherine Giudici, 26, says she can’t wait to wed ASAP: “Everything in ourMore >
Judge Judy (remember her?) is being sued for scamming some woman out of some really expensive china. How’s that for random celebrity news?
Judy’s producer Randy Douthit was going through a nasty divorce from Patric Jones, and the duo had some very pricey Christofle tableware.
Jones has now filed a lawsuit against Judy, claiming the jurist and Douthit entered into a scam to screw her out of the goods … valued at $514,421.14!
Jones alleges Douthit sold Judy the goods for $50,000, without her knowledge or consent. Jones claims Judy knew full well the deal was revenge.