From Nancy Grace on last night's "Dancing With The Stars" to that famed Janet Jackson "malfunction."
Let's talk about nipples — specifically celebrity nipples freeing themselves from the confines of celebrity wardrobes. It happens all time! Usually we ogle and move on but sometimes unfortunate combinations of wardrobe, setting, and nipple make us want to wash our eyes out with bleach.
Ryan Gosling? Anderson Cooper? CHARLIE SHEEN? Well, it would be hilarious. Good God, Lemon!
Perhaps this will be the season that Liz Lemon finds love? 30 Rock has put out a casting call for a new love interest, and it certainly has our mental gears turning. On the show, Tina Fey's character has been wooed (or tried to woo) Dean Winters, Jason Sudeikis, Matt Damon, and Jon Hamm. Who could possibly be next in that trajectory? The show is looking for an unknown between the ages of 36 and 40, who can embody "California-bred with liberal values and a youthful innocence."
Forget sexting! There's a new cell phone on the block -- one that responds to affection.
It was only a matter of time beside someone decided to take sexting to the next level. A dude by the name of Fabian Hemmert, a designer at the Berlin University of the Arts, is working on three prototypes for phones that can give you actual physical affection that corresponds to the actions of the person on the other end of the line.
The Frisky says that fruity drinks are a "highmay" sign. But who doesn't love appletinis?
Women who demand respect often get exactly that. And why shouldn't they? We not only deserve it, we should expect it. But there's a tipping point when a woman's demands jump the shark from self-respecting to totally high maintenance, or, as I like to call it, highmay.
Saying "spoon me" is one of them, according to The Frisky. Kind of sweet, if you ask us...
That night at Madison Square Garden, as my date changed into sneakers by standing on his work shoes rather than the floor because "he didn't want to soil his socks," my first thought was, Isn't everything about a Phish show dirty?
The View star explains what prompted her to finally get married.
Joy Behar explains why she and boyfriend Steve Janowitz decided to get married last month, after being together for 29 years without tying the knot. Funny. I so want to know if, after nearly three decades together, being newlyweds feels any different. Tell us, Joy.
Grindr, the iPhone app with "gaydar," is hoping to take its success to the mainstream dating scene.
If you have gay male friends, you've probably heard them mention Grindr at least once, if not a thousand times. For those of you not familiar with the app, it uses GPS technology to track other gay men in your vicinity available for "meetups." According to one of my single gay friends, this app has "revolutionized his dating life." Another calls it "a slutty hookup heaven." Soon, we'll be able to draw our own conclusions. This week, the company is launching a version of the app for heteros called Project Amicus.
Tiger Woods' former fling says her fiance "was meant to die because he was too good."
"I believe Andy was meant to die because he was too good ... I'm almost happy it ended the way it did because I've learned so many lessons from him. It would have been tragic if we got into fights and then divorced ... [If he had lived], I would be a fat housewife with three kids in Sands Point, Long Island."
How to deal when a sibling schedules his or her wedding within weeks of yours.
I'm getting married in August and have been planning the wedding for over a year, so the date has been set for a while now. My brother—my only sibling—got engaged last weekend. I love him and his fiancée, but I was very upset when I found out today that they are planning to get married a mere six weeks before I do.