- Apparently, Mary J. Blige has turned to Sandy Duncan for hair inspiration. Put down the Wheat Thins, girl! They’re going to your head! [CONCRETELOOP]
- Keyshia Cole performs “The Star Spangled Banner” before the NFL opening kickoff. But there are so many runs, you’d swear it was a baseball game. [Crunk + Disorderly]
- Celine Dion‘s hair is as big as Beyoncé‘s on her upcoming album cover. If her butt is as also big as Beyoncé’s, she’s got a hit on her hands. [Dlisted]
- Fergie and Steven Tyler pose together for a picture. Surprisingly, it is not an ad for Botox. [CityRag]
- It’s New York Fashion Week: do you know where your best costume for today is? [Jezebel]
The celebs came out in full force to the Fashion Rocks Concert last night in NYC, and so did their disastrous outfit choices. Funny how they seem to think it’s okay to honor style without actually having any.
We know what Tyra is thinking in the above photo: “Grrrrrl, I look effing fierce right now. I could write the book on bein’ fierce. Wait – have I already done that? I don’t think so. I’m writing a book then. Fierce.” Really, the only thing fierce about this bow-style is that its wrapped so tightly on her head it’s actually pulling the corners of her mouth up into an almost-smile . She looks like she’s offering up her five-head as a present. It’s a shame, because her outfit is totally bangin’. It’s just that her hair style belongs wrapped around the new car some rich guy just bought his trophy wife and not on her pretty little alien head.
Meanwhile Mischa Barton showed up after accidentally getting tangled in her dog’s chain leash. But she really makes it work!
Check out some stars who did rock fashion last night:
Browse Tyra Banks Photos
Tyra Banks Gone Wild!
Flashback episodes are usually about as exciting as a box of Norah Jones’ hair . . . we’re sorry, we fell asleep there. Were we saying something? Anyway . . . yes, flashback episodes usually suck. But last night on I Hate My 30s, we were treated to some very special memories. When the company changes ownership, people get promoted left and right. It causes Kyle to recall his first day of work, when he was replacing a much-loved employee named Mikey. Everyone loved Mikey, especially Corey. At Mikey’s going away party, Kyle attempted to drown his insecurities in a bathtub’s worth of 120-proof. Instead, he wound up whipping out his penis and peeing all over the cake. We caught up with Kyle and Corey to discuss that fateful night.
In this episode, Linda goes over the edge.
Over the edge of the world, that is. Wyoming is seriously in the middle of nowhere!
Today we have two contestants duking it out for the title of Craziest Cat Lady!
In one corner is Pete Doherty, who while not an actual woman, has slimmed down to a ladylike figure thanks to years of crack, coke and smack consumption. How dainty! Pete is being accused by pals of fixing a tiny crack pipe out of a liquor bottle and forcing his cats to inhale the smoke from it. One cat now apparently thinks it can fly (can it also talk and relate this info to humans?) and Pete feels like it’s the only
person mammal that understands him.
In the other corner is a Russian woman who owns and lives with 130 rescued cats in her tiny two-room apartment. See the video above for a glimpse at what hell looks like for people with animal allergies, and then check out this full news report on her catscapades.
Who you got – Pete or the Cat Rescuer of Novosibirsk, Siberia?
Need a dose of Bret Michaels? We’ve got it right here – check out the exclusive, never-before-released track “Fallen” from Bret’s upcoming solo album Custom Built, as well as “Go To Far,” the Rock of Love theme song, and “Bittersweet,” which Bret will play to the ladies on Sunday night’s episode. We also got our boy to tell us which tune is about Rodeo, and discuss the show’s bittersweet ending… Interview after the jump.
Every week we round up selections from the funniest, most obscene and brutal film criticism out there so that you don’t waste your cash at the theaters and laugh a little at Hollywood’s expense. This week: The Brothers Solomon isn’t exactly the star-making vehicle we’d hoped Kristen Wiig would find for herself. Oh, well. Maybe Walk Hard will be different.
“A stillborn mashup of Dumb & Dumber and Knocked Up.” — The New York Post
“Nothing is harder to overcome as a performer than a comedy going south. Director Bob Odenkirk lets every other exchange dribble on, suffocating on its own dead air and diorama staging.” — The Chicago Tribune
Mary-Kate Frowns for a Reason
The tiny twin hates getting her photo taken, so she rarely smiles. Spoken like a true billionaire brat. [E Online]
Lily Allen Gets Drunk and Booted
The Brit singer got herself kicked out the GQ Men of the Year Awards after getting hammered and blabbing during the show. She sounds seriously fun. [A Socialite's Life]
Brad Claims He and Jen Are Friends
Brad says he and his ex still have a “deep friendship.” Who knew not speaking could make people that close? [People]
Lindsay and Dad Reunite at Rehab
The actress saw her dad for the first time in three years when he visited her at rehab in Utah. Their family therapy session must have been a blast! [X17]
Avril Lavigne Hates Her Haters
The pop-punk princess is still as sassy and annoying as her music, and calls people who hate her “losers.” That routine (and her outfits) is so 2002. [US Weekly]
Jonesing for music on your television set? You’ve come to the right place, rockers! Check out our shortlist below. For more extensive listings, read our Rock on TV schedule daily.
Fashion Rocks, 9 p.m. (EST), CBS: It doesn’t get much more fabulous than this, folks. Tonight, style leaders and fashion victims alike gather to celebrate the best crossovers between the worlds of clothing and music-making. Scheduled to perform are a whole host of people who embody rock and R&B, bottom-liners who are equally respected for their tough business noses. Expect to see Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, Usher and Maroon 5. Also expect to see Fergie. Also expect to see some very expensive clothing, and plenty of people aspiring to be Anna Wintour. We doubt they’ll succeed.
Trapped in the Closet, 9 p.m. (EST), IFC: Even R. Kelly couldn’t explain the continuing evolution of his R&B soap. At its premiere, he called the serial “an alien,” which seems appropriate, since aliens are also things that have been both much loved and also much maligned (not to mention terribly lampooned) since their introduction to pop culture. No mind! Here IFC plays the entire hip-hopera, chapters 1-22, so that you can get a handle on all the drama. If you can’t wait, IFC is screening selections from it now on their Web site, too.