These days, it seems like Gwyneth Paltrow will do just about anything to stay in the spotlight, from running the most pretentious website the world has ever seen to running her mouth almost constantly about her divorce to, apparently, joining an establishment dedicated solely to blow drying hair. Because that nightmare image you see up there, that terrifying illustration of Gwyneth peering into your soul and devouring all its contents, is a brand new ad for Blo, a blow dry bar. No, really, that's what it is.
Remember when Gwyneth actually did movies, when she spent her time entertaining us with her talent instead of annoying us with her incredibly overpriced clothes and jewelry and idiotic business ventures like this? Those were the days, huh?
Poor Courtney Stodden -- can't even go to the beach without suffering the stress of a near shark attack. Tsk, tsk, tsk.
The thing is, though, thankfully it was just a prank by one of her friends -- and while it's totally unfair that a "friend" would do this to her, it offers up a suggestion that Courtney herself can emote like crazy ... and there's no mistaking the fear in that poor face.
Hilarious, Courtney ... we feel for you, girl, because a shark -- fake or not -- disrupting your swim can really put a damper on your day. Looking as hot as ever though!
"Well, I'm not a normal person. I was reading an article and he said this really sad thing about how all his dreams were coming true but he didn't feel that he had a bed of his own, he was always traveling. I remember being really busy also and thinking that's so sad, to have all your dreams come true but not have a solid foundation. So for some reason, I though an aerobed would help that for him. In my head, I thought, 'He can travel with it, then it's always his safe place.' I didn't go over it with anyone, I should've been like, 'Hey, should I send this to Matt Damon?' and they would've been like, 'No you're crazy, don't do it!' But I didn't, so I got the information he was in Paris, filming something, so I sent it to Paris. ... I never got a ‘thank you'. It made me sad. I understand maybe his security never gave it to him, that's a possibility."
--Jennifer Love Hewitt on the "possibility" that Matt Damon never got an aerobed from one of the hottest actresses back in 1998 because his security never gave it to him, but apparently not considering that maybe Damon did get the aerobed, thought it was creepy as hell, and wrote ol' JLH off as a potential Stage 5 Clinger before she could even begin her cleave.
Good thing you never acknowledged that gift, Matt ... heaven knows where that could have gone.
Oh, and nice, uh, sentiment, though, Jennifer. Real sweet and thoughtful.
Man. So, Kylie Jenner shared this snap on her IG page, claiming that she's just, you know, so not ready for summer to be over, but here it is: summer's over. Autumn is here. Kylie Jenner is 17 years old, and no 17-year-old should be allowed to wear a bikini bottom that skimpy. Because what, is the modest and demure top supposed to make up for the fact that we probably know Kylie's intimate grooming habits now? Because it doesn't, and we shouldn't.
Good Lord, let it end. Please, let it end.
It's that time again: a time to speculate as to whether or not Selena Gomez got a boob job, and not because it's a big deal one way or the other, but because pure curiosity. If she did -- and the rounds look a little rounder than normal in these Justin Bieber vacation pics -- it surely was tastefully done. If not? Well. Maybe there's something to that old adage of getting lots and lots of hot ... sun doing something to naturally enhance hormones, thus augmenting vital body parts.
Here's Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi in all her post-baby glory, and not only is she looking fabulous and healthy and happy, she's returning to work. No matter what you think of this woman, and/or if you ignore her "Jersey Shore" roots, you have to admit: she's done a fine, fine job rising above, making a good, positive name for herself, and ... well, not ended up like The Situation. All the bonus points for that last one.
We love you, Snooks -- keep getting it, girl!
Unbelievable to say the least, George Clooney -- terminal bachelor no more -- is married; and not only that, his BFF and contemporary, Brad Pitt is married, too. It sure seems like getting hitched is the vogue A-list thing to do, and boy ... won't the Duggars be proud that all this shackin' up is ending and true, everlasting commitments will hopefully be honored for the rest time?
This is the handsome, dapper, humanitarian George Clooney and his equally gorgeous, intelligent, and worldly bride, Amal Alamuddin. It really goes without saying that they might be two of the most beautiful married people in -- or out -- of Hollywood, and it's pretty heartening to see two people -- one of which who was formerly adamant that he'd never find someone he could commit the rest of his life to -- doing what they want because it's their choice to do so.
Looking ... well, "breathtaking" seems to be the only word appropriate here, y'all -- and congratulations!
Lady Gaga, for all her obnoxiousness, is a seriously talented lady. She has such a beautiful voice, and it's been a shame that she's been using it all these years to sing songs like "Poker Face" and "Applause." It's so lovely that she took the time to make Cheek to Cheek, her new jazz album with Tony Bennett, and even if she did do it to revamp her image after her last album didn't do as well as expected, it's still lovely. She's finally showing her true talent, and, to go along with it, she's also finally showing some humility.
She did a couple of new interviews, and she was so strangely grounded and not annoying in both of them! Can you imagine? The old Lady Gaga would have been absolutely unbearable, but the new Lady Gaga says just the sweetest things. You're going to positively love it.
On the difference between Artpop and Cheek to Cheek:
"During ArtPop my mood was kind of a mess. It was erratic. I was shape shifting on a daily basis trying to find my happiness. With Cheek to Cheek, it’s totally different. I’m in a serene place. I feel I’m my peaceful, young musician self."
And this really sweet thing about fashion:
"I think that I am the most beautiful when I’m feeling happy. Keeping your heart peaceful. You should never wear anything you don’t want to wear. Whether you are a man or a woman you should dress and present yourself like the god or goddess that you are."
On how the new album helped "heal her soul":
"I used to lay sad listening to music, jazz and pop like Whitney Houston. I didn’t know why I was so sad. But I realized then that my life had become a money making machine, and I knew I had the talent within me to evolve more, show more of my abilities. I have studied many different genres of music for a very long time. My schedule was too hard, I became too tired, and then your talent suffers and you stop growing. Tony helped me to me make some important life decisions and so did the music."
On her old music:
"I love deeply all my previous albums, and don’t think they are unauthentic because they were auto-tuned and electronic. That was the point of them: to make art of artifice. I just didn’t like when I started to get treated like a brand, like there was nothing more I can do—when there is SO much more I can do. "
Then this mess:
"I don’t wear fashion, I am fashion. I don’t mean that to sound arrogant or rude or anything like that but you know when you just love something so much it just hurts. Like when the topstitching is just perfect. The beading is exquisite. It’s like a love affair. Those clothes are so special. I have another relationship with fashion that goes beyond just wearing clothes."
See? She's trying. She had to throw in just one piece of nonsense, but that's a vast improvement, isn't it? It's so refreshing that she's acknowledging the issues with her older music, and that she's working on changing it. If this is any indication, then hopefully we'll have some charming, graceful Gaga to last us for years to come.