Movie premieres, awards shows, benefit concerts, and plain old clubbin’ – even though most of us are at home, the beautiful peeps are living it up somewhere. About Last Night puts you in touch with all the action.
Audrina Partridge hosted the Hpnotiq Halloween Party, where she boogied on down in her Madonna costume alongside Christina Milian and Justin Guiarini.
Jessica Biel, Thandie Newton, and Hanson attended a screening of Darfur Now.
Angelina Jolie, Meg Ryan, and Maria Shriver were among the philanthropic ladies at the International Women’s Media Foundation’s Courage Awards.
Mary Alice Stephenson, co-host of America’s Most Smartest Model, is a fashion industry insider whose smart looks and smart tongue control her show’s pretty people. Each week we talk with her about issues on the show. This time the subjects are Jesse’s attitude, Rachel’s weight, and how you can never be too rich or too thin for style — unless, of course, you are.
Morgan Jordan’s ill-fated video for “Werewolf Bar Mitzvah” has had us chuckling since it aired on 30 Rock a few weeks ago. Then it was a 10-second snip. Now it’s a full-ass song, with lyrics about about brisket and circumcision and and fangs and claws. Would a real werewolf ever dance with his cousins?
Tell us: Who’s the most hirsute Jew in celebville?
Dressing as Brangelina, Britney Spears, Flavor Flav or Chris Crocker for Halloween? Think you have what it takes to best Paris Hilton‘s cracked out Alice in Wonderland get up?
Send the VH1 Blog a pic of your celebrity and pop culture inspired Halloween costumes and we’ll pick a winner – and post the best pics HERE. If you’re still clamoring for inspiration, check out the festive (and sexy) outfits Paris Hilton, Teri Hatcher, and Rumer Willis rocked this past weekend.
You’ve only got 24 hours left – time to start searching for that butt padding to pull off trick or treating as Kim Kardashian! Send your pics in jpeg format to firstname.lastname@example.org – the winner walks away with a VH1 Prize Pack! [Image: INF]
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Rock of Love look-alikes:
Paris Hilton receives a visitor in jail:
Dee Snider makes for a truly twisted costume:
Britney Spears loves a good zombie:
Britney Spears likes to party:
TomKat Ready to Give Suri a Sibling
- Or Katie just needs another friend to hang out with since her old ones are probably banned from their house now. [OK!]
Ashley Olsen Kisses Lance Armstrong
He may not be old enough to be her dad, but he’s tall enough to be her…climbing tree? Is that really sexy? [NYP]
J Lo’s New Flick Gets Panned
Everything Jennifer Lopez does these days is getting booed. She should just tell us that she’s pregnant so we can like something she’s created. [NYP]
Britney Refuses to Promote Album
Brit’s too lazy/crazy/tired/drunk/hungry/cold/spacey/stupid to promote her new album, and her label’s given up on trying to make her work. Psssst – tempt her with Taco Bell. [NYDN]
Reese and Jake’s Love: Real or Fake?
Check out this video of the pair cuddling on the beach and feeding each other. Who does that? People faking a relationship to create buzz for their failing film, perhaps? [TMZ]
Gotti’s Word is a new feature to the blog — instead of taking it upon ourselves to recap Gotti’s Way every week, we’re going to the titular man himself. Via a series of interviews with Irv, this space will expand and expound upon issues raised in every episode. We figure that Irv’s world view is so singular and his situations are so unique (ex. his relationship with his not-yet-ex-wife Deb) that he has a lot of explaining to do. And explain he does: no matter what you feel about Irv’s lifestyle or philosophies, one thing that you can’t deny is his honesty. Whether this is endearing or to a fault is up for you to decide.
After the jump, Irv talks about the state of the music industry, his goals as a mogul, what “manning up” means and why it’s good for kids to fear their parents. “My mother whipped the s*** out of me,” Irv explains. Things get really real after the jump…
Don’t search for new DVDs each week. Stop by and we’ll tell you about the titles – even if they smell funny.
The Webslinger‘s third outing makes the common threequel mistake of piling on too many super-villains (in this case the Sandman, another Green Goblin, and alien tar-baby Venom), too many superheroes and way, way too much soap opera. As an FX blow-out, S3 is hard to beat. But the drama creaks, particularly when Kirsten Dunst is throwing a hissy fit over Bryce Dallas Howard. With cast commentary.
This Hector Lavoe biopic was doomed from the moment the words “Jennifer” and “Lopez” were attached, but judiciously fast-forwarding to Marc Anthony‘s dynamic musical performances says everything worth knowing about the smack-addicted salsero. Skip the movie, get the soundtrack. Deleted scenes and docs. Don’t forget J. Lo’s other disastrous flicks.
My So-Called Life: The Complete Series
It only lasted 19 episodes, but this 1994-1995 series became intensely influential, thanks to the casting of unknowns Claire Danes and Jared Leto and an intelligent appreciation of teen lives. Buffy creator Joss Whedon tips his hat to Life in the accompanying book. Other extras include two Danes interviews and a 1995 roundtable discussion on the flop that’s become a TV landmark.
On this week’s episode of The Hills (by far the most boring one yet), it looked like Whitney wasn’t wearing a thing…and when she did finally put on clothes, you kinda wished you were seeing her nekkid. We’re pretty sure that b*tchy Teen Vogue editor Lisa Love agrees with us!
- Just when you thought Fergie‘s appearance couldn’t get more offensive, she busts out the crimper. She looks Ferg-a-tarded. [Dlisted]
- Keyshia Cole appears topless on the cover of Vibe. So how ’bout that singing career? [Crunk + Disorderly]
- Photoshop helps someone hypothesize what Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes would look like if their features were combined on one face. Awww! So much cuter than Suri. [CityRag]
- Dennis Rodman dresses up for as a woman for Halloween. As if he needed the excuse. [CONCRETELOOP]
- Meanwhile, Diana Ross turns up on a red carpet looking like a clown. No excuse given, no excuse needed. [Seriously? OMG! WTF?]
You can hear the high-vis tunes on the weekly CSI franchises, and marketing campaigns have used “I’m Free” and “Happy Jack” of late. But for the most part the Who‘s music isn’t around all that much – frustrating for fans who know there are lots of other tracks to blast at top volume. Many of them are heard or discussed in Amazing Journey, a portrait of the band and VH1′s latest Rock Doc (watch it this Saturday night). Of course there are lots explosive songs by the band that don’t get spun enough. Write back and call us liars if you’ve given “I Can’t Reach You” some love lately.
We made a list of hidden gems that you should check out. But what’s more important is getting a taste of the Roc Doc and submitting to the power of this video list.
Above is a nice clip regarding the quandary the guys had over choosing a band name. Make the jump if you want to find out why they were banned from Holiday Inns for life! And do make sure to tell us your fave Who song.