Everybody remembers flashy celebrity weddings (and the often times disastrous marriages that follow), but what about the flings that came before? What about the strange hookups and relationships that some celebs would rather leave buried? Well, we dug them up!
Sex And The City star Kim Cattrall recently went on a rant about Fifty Shades Of Grey star Jamie Dornan, saying he's just not man enough for her. Page Six reports the aging bombshell griped, "Maybe it's my age, but he doesn't look like a man to me. He looks like a young boy. I like men to look like men."
Listen, I really want to like Meghan Trainor. I love 60s-style pop, which is her forte, and I admit to occasionally bopping around to her songs in the car. Her aesthetic is cute most of the time when she's not infantilizing herself with creepy pigtails or something ("Lips Are Movin'"), or letting her foundation oxidize into an orange mess (see the "All About That Bass" video). She's pretty swell in a lot of ways.
Whitney Bischoff won on 'The Bachelor,' and it's not because of her brains or beauty.
There are few things in this world that are sexier than power. When you have more power than anyone else on the planet, you're automatically a little hotter than you were before, even if you look human adjacent, homeless or inbred. It doesn't matter. You're probably well educated or at least remotely intelligent (like Harry Truman) or at the very least have parents who can buy you into Ivy Leagues (like George W. Bush).
Our differences—we won't call them flaws!—are what makes us unique and totally awesome! Things like scars, which come from life experience, or out-of-the-ordinary physical traits or atypical body parts, which are usually genetic conditions that we are born with, are what make us special and distinct; they are also the things that give us character. You will find absolutely no body shaming here; we celebrate the very things which make people stand out from the crowd.
There have always been hot moms in movies. Jane Seymour's performance as the hot mom who tries to go after the younger men in Wedding Crashers or the classic high school loving "MILF" in American Pie also known as Stifler's mom have ruled the world for far too long. It's time to give someone else a chance to be the sexy ones. The women we are talking about are the amazing, ageless, sexy people who have gone far beyond being a hot mom.
People often refer to Congress and politics in general as Hollywood for ugly people. That's mostly true. Most politicians, at least on the inside, are hideous (and the ones who aren't will be soon enough once they get the hang of things). Additionally, many politicians have really bad, albeit expensive, haircuts. But in order to get elected, politicians have to be attractive somehow, even if they're faking it (which they probably are, and again, if they're not, they will be soon enough).
If there's one thing DC Comics likes to do, it's shake things up. Recently, they just revealed that Catwoman, one of their most famous characters, is bisexual. It was revealed in issue 39 of her current series (Vol 4). While it's not the most shocking reveal (it's been heavily hinted at for a long time), it's still a pretty big deal. Catwoman is a major character, so having her come out as bisexual is a big step. She's not the first character to belong to the LBGT community, but she's probably the most popular.
I had never seen House Of Cards, until this weekend. Starting Saturday morning I started with season 1 and pretty much didn't move off the couch the rest of the weekend. While some of you may judge me for that, I called it research. See, I pitched this article before ever seeing the show. Basically, I spent two solid days researching this article which takes a lot of commitment.