These are difficult times, guys. Each day another company announces massive layoffs (today's winner: Washington Mutual), sinking our economy into new unfathomable depths, forcing even former CEOs and successful bankers to think of new, enterprising ways to earn money.Dolphin hooking. Kidding! Mischa Barton, who hasn't been making money by acting for some time now, has the perfect solution to these economic trials. Head to Dubai, where you can get paid to swim with dolphins at a ridiculous...Read Full Story
After the disappointingly subdued costuming at the 42nd Annual Country Music Awards earlier this week, I had begun to worry that all the best awards shows had suddenly lost their flair. No diamond-studded bolero ties? No purposefully visible leopard-print undergarments? Quel horror!But the 9th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards, which took place last night in Houston, brought back my faith in bonafide red carpet no-nos. Some performers showed up in clown paint (see above and below), while others...Read Full Story
Oh Canada! Over the years you have given the world so many amazing things. A few come to mind: maple syrup, hockey, Pamela Anderson, the phrase "Eh!" and now, the 2008 Playboy Playmate of the year.Canadian born Jayde Nicole received the honors this year, she'll be featured in a 10-page spread in Playboy's June issue. She'll also receive $100,000 in prize money and 2008 Cadillac C-T-S.The Brunette from Port Perry, Ontario is the first Canadian Playmate of the Year, since Shannon Tweed was...Read Full Story
Five sort of relevant facts about Christina Ricci: 1) She was born in Santa Monica, California in 1980 to a former Ford model (the agency, not the car) mother and a psychiatrist father. 2) She’s most known for her role in awesome indie films like The Ice Storm, Monster and The Opposite Sex for which she received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. 3) Her breakout role was in The Addams Family where she played goth daughter Wednesday. 4) She has her own production company called...Read Full Story
It’s hard to argue with the statement that everything Tina Fey touches turns to comedy gold. You don’t become the first female head writer at SNL after just two years on staff by writing bad jokes. You could safely call her a genius and few people would protest. Her most recent contribution to popular culture is 30 Rock – a show loosely based on her days at SNL – and if you haven’t seen it, get thee to a the DVD store and rent season one. It’s irreverent, self-effacing, wickedly intelligent...Read Full Story
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