In the U.K., when something goes horribly, horribly wrong, the situation is often referred to as "going pear shaped." In women's style magazines, there are countless quick wardrobe fixes to camouflage an undesirable "pear shaped" bottom. Being pear shaped is not good. Apple bottomed, yes. Hour glass, oh yeah. Long-legged, why of course! As Jennifer Love Hewitt notes "It's not cute. It's not a cute fruit." And not something you want your boyfriend comparing your bottom to the first time he gets a good look at it, for sure!
It seems like twins Kristina and Karissa Shannon just moved into the Playboy mansion with Hugh Hefner and they're already on their way up. But don't worry, Crystal Harris is sticking around.
In a recent interview, Seal says that his union with Klum is strong. Find out why.
Since Jude Law and Sienna Miller became officially on-again, the two have tried to keep their relationship out of the spotlight to no avail. But just because they've been keeping a low profile doesn't mean that we gossip lovers aren't still talking about them. Everyone has been wondering aloud if Jude is really ready to be a one-woman man, and if Sienna's reputation post-Balthazar is salvageable. So, now comes more news that we can sink our teeth into—Jude and Sienna could be ready for marriage again.
Mark Wahlberg and his wife, Rhea Durham, greeted their fourth child yesterday.
Pre-2010, all we cared about was whether or not Russell Brand—long-time player—would propose to quasi-sapphic smoocher Katy Perry in the new year. Post-2010, engagement confirmed, we immediately began obsessing over whether or not Perry was secretly preggers. Talk about pressure! Suddenly, we're all a thousand times worse than our moms ("so...when are you going to make me a grandma?"). So where is all this speculation stemming from? It's all about cryptic tweets, oversized wardrobe choices, and a spontaneous stop into a children's apparel shop. But there are two sides to every story: 1. Katy Perry tweets that 2010 will be "BUMPIN!" What we've inferred: Bumpin' = Baby Bump!!! Obvs.
Last we heard from the British market research company OnePoll.com, women around the world had voted Spanish men to be the world's best lovers (and German men, the worst). Now, the attention has turned to the shorties. Who is the sexiest short man alive?, the company asked roughly 2000 women. Well, that's Tom Cruise, apparently. Rounding out the list are such sexy shorties as Jack Black, James McAvoy, Prince and Jason Priestly. All guys who are "regularly seen with stunning girls," says a representative from OnePoll.com, "which gives everyone struggling on the height side a bit of hope." Alright, alright. Yes, Tom Cruise is good looking and short, but is he sexy? Hmmm... And where on earth is Gael García Bernal? As previously discussed, he may be only 5'6" but we're still willing to have his genius, Latin indie babies. Whether it's in Y tu mamá también or The Science of Sleep, those eyes, those lips, the way he speaks, he makes us melt like butter.
Oh. My. Goodness. From Harry Reid's Negro comment to Bill Clinton's most recent sexual indiscretions, John Heilemann and Mark Halperin's Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime is proving to be one hot book. Most fascinating so far are the intimate, brutal details of Jon and Elizabeth Edwards' marriage on the campaign trail, excerpted in all its soap opera drama in New York magazine this week in an article entitled "Saint Elizabeth and the Ego Monster." Here are some of the juiciest details about the affair:
Let the airing of grievances begin! Jerry Seinfeld is returning to NBC in February with a new, unscripted series called The Marriage Ref, serving as co-producer along with Ellen Rakieten (rake it in?) of The Oprah Winfrey Show. Jerry explains that this is "not a therapy show, it's a comedy show," pointing out that some of the funniest TV programs throughout history have been about marriage.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that Tila Tequila is gross. But until now we haven't had the technology to quantify her grossness.